Friday, November 26, 2010

I made some

I love Fruit Shake. Papaya, paw-paw or tree melon. I really love papaya. Did you know that papaya juice have benefits.

The papaya is an amazingly rich source of the proteolytic enzymes. These are the chemicals that enable the digestion of protein. Papain, which is the most important of these enzymes in the papaya, is extracted and dried as a powder for use to aid the digestion, and it is often used as a meat tenderizer, the enzyme partially breaking down the meat fibres - digesting them in fact. 
Many experts, such as Dr Lytton-Bernard, have claimed rejuvenating properties for papaya, especially for the control of premature ageing. It may be that it works simply because a poor digestion leaves the body without the correct nutrients. Those who find it almost impossible to digest anything frequently find that papaya used regularly, either in tablet or juice form, marks the turning point in the climb back to vitality and good health.

As a cleanser you can take a quarter pint (150ml) of papaya juice alternated each hour for twelve hours by the same amount of cucumber or green bean juice. Papaya loses some of the enzymes as it ripens, so if you have the choice select them green. They are easy to obtain in most parts of America but are not found in British greengrocers very often. Fortunately there has been a rapid expansion in the numbers of specialist shops providing for the needs of the Indian and West Indian communities where papayas can be bought.

Papaya contains arginine which is known to be essential for male fertility and also carpain, an enzyme thought to be good for the heart. Fibrin also occurs and this substance is not commonly found in the plant kingdom; in man it forms part of the blood clotting process. The papaya is an excellent source of vitamin C, with 82mg per 100g (4oz), and is rich in carotene. After treatment with antibiotics the use of papaya juice will quickly assist the restoration of the normal bacteria in the gut which will have been destroyed by the treatment. Papaya is good for many digestive disorders and is excellent for improving poor digestion. It has also been recommended as part of the treatment for cancer. Therapeutically it can often be combined with pineapple juice in which there is another important enzyme. bromelain.

The skin of the papaya is a first class external treatment for skin wounds and places that do not heal quickly. The pulp from the juicer can be used for this and as a poultice.

Saturday, November 13, 2010

I Just Made one!

Late in September I started a journey. I didn’t know what kind of road I’d hit. It might have been bumpy and lots of pot holes, but thankfully a wonderful fanbase made sure that it was smooth sailing all the way.Today marks the end of the Ian Somerhalder Birthday Project. No more birthday messages will be accepted at this point, nor will donations. Our contact formm and donation buttons are disabled until further notice.
I would have extended the deadline for donations later but we have an opportunity to share the final total with Ian during the “Unleashed: Bash on the Bayou” event this Saturday, November 13th.My dear friend, Ruthie, will be giving Ian the total amount raised during the event, as well as presenting Ian a letter from myself explaining how the project came to be.We will have photos and videos from this special event so please watch the site on Sunday for updates.I want to thank each and every one of you for being so thoughtful and so generous.

Mission: create a design for #iansomerhalderbdayproject bday book cover
1. Design must be saved as .jpg, .png file only
2. Must be exactly 800×800 px in size
3. Must read: Happy 32nd Birthday Ian Somerhalder. With love from your fans!
4. Use recent images of Ian (no cast members or other people in the pics, please) found at
5. Please include dogs & cats in image
6. Deadline: November 14th
7. Submit entries to:
8. 1 entry per person
9. Tell me your name, email address, Twitter name or site url and where you are from.
Winner gets logo used as cover for birthday book & special mention in it.

And because I'm over to Ian Somerhalder, I Just made one! though i made it quickly.. coz, I don't have enough time, Rush :(

Monday, November 1, 2010

Scary or Not??

Paranormal Activity 2,
My friend posted on facebook a trailer of it, and i thought it was the same movie I already watched.. but i made some research and found out that Paranormal Activity 2 is different from Paranormal Entity..

Paranormal Entity is a horror film produced by The Asylum in 2009. It is one of many films dubbed as a "mockbuster", a movie designed to capitalize on the success of a higher budget film. Paranormal Entity is a mockbuster of the successful low-budget horror film Paranormal Activity.


The film's premise is that of a series of allegedly factual surveillance videos documenting the downward spiral and eventual supernatural rape and murder of a woman named Samantha Finley. 

Paranormal Activity 2 is a 2010 psychological horror film directed by Tod Williams and written by Michael R. Perry. It is a prequel/sequel to Paranormal Activity. It was released in theaters at midnight on October 22, 2010, in the United States, Mexico, Poland, Ireland, United Kingdom and Canada.
The events of this film occur before and along side of those depicted in "Paranormal Activity", thus rendering PN2 a sort of prequel/counterpart. This time, the action centers on the family of the ill-fated PN1-heroine Katie's sister. There's an affable if irritable husband, his teenage daughter, a toddler, and a German shepherd in the mix. Early in the film, their home is vandalized; prompting the installation of a multi-camera security system all over the house, the footage of which serves for the filmmakers as default material in those inevitable moments when it is implausible that the characters priority would be rolling video on the Handycam. While this device serves to ease that irksome bit of necessity we've come to expect in camcorder/"found-footage" movies, I do have to wonder - do these kind of multi-camera home security systems also include directional microphones? 

John Candy (Barf):... it's not that we are afraid, we just have this thing about death, it's not us ...
From Spaceballs