The women and men debate-part one

Women that don’t need men

We can’t live without men or we can’t live without women. This is the club of realistic people. Most of the people are in this category. Then something goes wrong and you jump into the skeptic group: we CAN live without men and we CAN live without women.

Because I’m a man I’d like to look at what the women has to say about living without men.

Women without men become quickly depressed. This is not something they like to admit up front. Usually they play cool: my Dear, I’ve got more time for myself for my carrier and for getting the car out of the garage. More time to water the plants and more time to brush my teeth. How pathetic is that? Women like these are craving men. The more they deny the deepest the depression become.

Women that don’t need men are having a problem. Their problem can be named with different names but most common are: selfish, noisy, untruthful, etc. Make a note: etc can be another one thousand things. Why do I say they are having a problem? Because is in the woman’s nature to need a man by her side. A man is good not only in bed but everywhere.  Man is good to wash the car and to fix the door. A man is good to carry the shopping bags and most important: a man is good to give his opinion when the woman has gone shopping. A man can mend a fuse and fix the toilet seat. A man is a treasure in the house.

A woman that doesn’t need men admits that she can fix the toilet seat, mend the fuse, carry the shopping bags and fix the door. This is not true. The truth is the door is going to be left broken, the toilet seat wobbling and the light not working.

And for the ladies who say that they don’t need a men because there are vibrators out there let me tell you something: the vibrators don’t cut the grass!

To be continued…

Top 10 natural disasters in the modern world

The Japan Earthquake and tsunami disaster in March 2011 brought Japan to its knees but the brave people of this country emerged from the wreckage and started to rebuild their country. Almost 26000 victims (so far) and significant economical damage made this natural disaster one of the most expensive natural disaster in the world. But let’s have a look at some other very costly and deadly natural disasters in the World.

10 – Izmit earthquake – Turkey 1999 – cost $ 26bn


This 7.6 magnitude earthquake tore through the country in just 37 seconds, claiming the lives of more than 17000 people and injuring 44000

09 – Hurricane Ike – US  2008 – cost $ 30bn

Hurricane Ike was so powerful that after destroying much of the Caribbean and making landfall in Texas its effects could be felt as far north as London, Ontario, which saw downed power lines and uprooted trees.

08 – Chuetsu earthquake – Japan 2004 – cost $ 32bn

The Chuetsu earthquake actually proved to be several major tremors that rocked Japan minutes apart from each other. During the first 66 hours of the disaster, a total of 15 significant quakes hammered the region, injuring more than 3,000 people and killing 40

07 – China 1998 – Yangtze River floods – cost approx. $ 40bn


Continuous rains during the spring of 1998 resulted in three straight months of flooding in China’s northern provinces. As many as 4000 people were killed by the floods, which also drove 14m Chinese from their homes, and 18.3m acres of the country were evacuated.

06 – USA  1992 – Hurricane Andrew

This is the most powerful hurricane to hit the US in the 20th century, Andrew touched down in August of 1992. The Category 5 storm’s gusts reached 272 km/h, demolishing southern Florida and much of Louisiana’s coastline

05 – USA 1994 – Northridge earthquake – $ 43bn


Almost 9,000 people were injured in California, and the Santa Monica Freeway – often reffered to as the busiest highway in the US – was so damaged that it took three months of repairs before it was fully reopened

04 – Italy 1980 – Irpinia earthquake – cost $ 52bn


03 – Japan 1995 – Great Hanshin Earthquake – $ 144bn

Japan’s most devastating modern earthquake before the recent disaster lasted just 20 seconds but ruined much of the nation. Kobe, the city that suffered the worst of the tremors, lost 4,600 people alone, about two-thirds of the 6,434 final death toll

02 – China 2008 – Sichuan Earthquake – estimated $ 147bn

The 2008 earthquake in China’s Sichuan claimed the lives of nearly 70,000 people. The quake left as many as 11 millions Chinese homeless, many in remote, mountainous areas of the region not accessible by emergency crews.

This natural disaster in China was the most deadly in the World until…

01 – Japan, March 2011 – Earthquake and Tsunami disaster – cost over $ 300bn to date

The Japan Earthquake and Tsunami March 2011 is the deadliest and the costliest natural disaster of our times. A 8.9 on Richter scale magnitude earthquake brought the destruction to thousands of Japanese people.

Romanian Food in Europe and in the UK

Romanian Food in UK online store in Birmingham and London

There is a large amount of Romanian Food online nowadays and there are some nice Romanian Food stores in the UK. Fresh traditional food from the Eastern Europe such us  mititei, sarmale or salami, all these products come here in the UK under the European Union label.

Romanian Food in UK online store in Birmingham and LondonTraditional Romanian Food in Europe

Romanian food is renewed in the Western Europe for its unbelievable taste, savour and . Most of the traditional food recipes are based on the ancient Romanian cuisine and some East European flavours were added later on and also some Russian influences. If you want to buy Romanian Food online there are plenty of Romanian Food stores but we would recommend the one in West Midlands whose area of coverage is Birmingham, Manchester and Coventry. It is called Romanian Food UK and is based in Cannock, Birmingham.

Romanian Food in London and West Midlands

Visit Romanian Food UK online at http://romanianfood.co.uk and if you are within 70 miles or less of their area of coverage you can have your order delivered to your door in couple of days.

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Vincent Tabak the Dutch neighbour charged with Jo Yeates murder

Police are said to be working on the theory that Miss Yeates, 25, was killed inside the flat, put inside the bag then transported into a vehicle where she might have been left for several days.

Avon and Somerset Police said 32-year-old Dutch national Vincent Tabak, who was arrested on Thursday, will appear at Bristol Magistrates Court on Monday.

A source told the Sun newspaper: „Information has come to light which is set to take the inquiry into a significant, and different, direction.

„The investigation team believe they have made a very important breakthrough.”

Miss Yeates, 25, was found dead on Christmas Day, eight days after going missing from her home in the Clifton area of Bristol.

Her body was found next to a country road in Failand, three miles from where she lived.

A post-mortem examination revealed she had been strangled.

Miss Yeates, who was originally from Ampfield in Hampshire, was reported missing by her 27-year-old boyfriend Greg Reardon on 19 December when he returned to their home after a weekend away visiting family in Sheffield.

via BBC News – Police charge Vincent Tabak with Jo Yeates murder.