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Wednesday, May 23, 2012

ShahzaiB SaeeD Random VideO :)

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Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Shahzaib Saeed

Shahzaib Saeed Slideshow: SHAHZAIB’s trip from Hyderabad, Pakistan to 2 cities Islamabad and Murree was created by TripAdvisor. See another Pakistan slideshow. Take your travel photos and make a slideshow for free.

By:- Shahzaib Saeed

Thursday, April 8, 2010


School: A place where Papa pays and Son plays.

Life Insurance: A contract that keeps you poor all your life so that you can die Rich.

Nurse: A person who wakes u up to give you sleeping pills.

Tears: The hydraulic force by which masculine willpower is defeated by feminine waterpower.

Lecture: An art of transferring information from the notes of the Lecturer to the notes of the students without passing through "the minds of either"

Conference: The confusion of one man multiplied by the number present.

Compromise: The art of dividing a cake in such a way that everybody believes he got the biggest piece.

Dictionary: A place where success comes before work.

Conference Room: A place where everybody talks, nobody listens and everybody disagrees later on.

Father: A banker provided by nature.

Boss: Someone who is early when you are late and late when you are early.

Politician: One who shakes your hand before elections and your Confidence after.

Doctor: A person who kills your ills by pills, and kills you by bills.

Classic: Books, which people praise, but do not read.

Smile: A curve that can set a lot of things straight.

Office: A place where you can relax after your strenuous home life.

Yawn: The only time some married men ever get to open their mouth.

Etc.: A sign to make others believe that you know more than you actually do.

Committee: Individuals who can do nothing individually and sit to decide that nothing can be done together.

Experience: The name men give to their mistakes.

Atom Bomb: An invention to end all inventions.

Philosopher: A fool who torments himself during life, to be wise after death.

Wednesday, September 2, 2009


1:Why does water not calm the tongue after eating hot spicy food?
The spices in most of the hot foods that we eat are oily, and, like your elementary school science teacher taught you, oil and water don't mix. In this case, the water just rolls over the oily spices.
What can you do to calm your aching tongue? Eat bread. The bread will absorb the oily spices. A second solution is to drink milk. Milk contains a substance called "casein" which will bind to the spices and carry them away. Alcohol also dissolves oily spices.

2:If blood is red, why are veins blue?
Blood is bright red in its oxygenated form and a dark red in deoxygenated form. In simpler terms, it is bright red when it leaves the lungs full of oxygen and dark red when it returns to the lungs for a refill. Veins appear blue because light penetrating the skin is absorbed and reflected in high energy wavelengths back to the eye. Higher energy wavelengths are blue.

3:Why is the sky blue?
When sunlight travels through the atmosphere, it collides with gas molecules. These molecules scatter the light. The shorter the wavelength of light, the more it is scattered by the atmosphere. Because it has a shorter wavelength than the other colours, blue light is scattered more, ten times more than red light, for instance. That is why the sky is blue.
Why does the setting sun look reddish orange? When the sun is on the horizon, its light takes a longer path through the atmosphere to reach your eyes than when the sun is directly overhead. By the time the light of the setting sun reaches your eyes, most of the blue light has been scattered out. The light you finally see is reddish orange, the colour of white light minus blue.

4:Why do onions make you cry?
Onions, like other plants, are made of cells. The cells are divided into two sections separated by a membrane. One side of the membrane contains an enzyme which helps chemical processes occur in your body. The other side of the membrane contains molecules that contain sulfur. When you cut an onion, the contents on each side of the membrane mix and cause a chemical reaction. This reaction produces molecules such as ethylsufine which make your eyes water.
To prevent crying when you cut an onion, cut it under a running tap of cold water. The sulfur compounds dissolve in water and are rinsed down the sink before they reach your eyes. You can also put the onion in the freezer for ten minutes before you cut it. Cold temperatures slow down the reaction between the enzyme and the sulfur compounds so fewer of the burning molecules will reach your eyes.

5:Why are camels called "ships of the desert"?
Camels are called "ships of the desert" because of the way they move, not because of their transport capabilities. Camels sway from side to side because they move both legs on one side at the same time, elevating that side. This is called pacing, a ship-like motion which can make the rider feel sick.

6:Why you shouldn't smoke?
If you smoke, you're also inhaling arsenic, benzene, cadmium, hydrogen cyanide, lead, mercury and phonol. In all, 4 000 harmful chemicals, including 44 types of poison, of which 43 are proven cancer-causing substances.

Wednesday, August 12, 2009


Pakistan's independence day (also known as Yom-e-Istiqlal (Urdu: يوم استقلال )) is observed on 14 August, the day on which Pakistan became independent from British rule within then what was known as the British Raj in 1947. The day is a national holiday in Pakistan. The day is celebrated all over the country with flag raising ceremonies, tributes to the national heroes and fireworks taking place in the capital, Islamabad. The main celebrations takes place in Islamabad, where the President and Prime Minister raise the national flag at the Presidential and Parliament buildings and deliver speeches that are televised live. In the speech, the leaders highlight the achievements of the government, goals set for the future and in the words of the father of the nation, Quaid-e-Azam, bring "Unity, Faith and Discipline" to its people.

Thursday, July 9, 2009

Tuesday, June 30, 2009


"Every library should be complete on something, if it were only the history of pinheads." --- Oliver Wendall Holmes

"To arrange a library is to practice- in a quiet and modest way - the art of criticism." --- Jorge Luis Borges

"Personally, I'm always ready to learn, although I do not always like being taught." --- Winston Churchill 1874-1965

"Getting things done is not always what is most important. There is value in allowing others to learn, even if the task is not accomplished as quickly, efficiently or effectively." --- R. D. Clyde

"Sometimes it is more important to discover what one cannot do, than what one can do." --- Lin Yu-t'ang (1895-1976) Chinese writer

"Dad taught me everything I know. Unfortunately, he didn't teach me everything he knows." --- Al Unser, Jr., U.S. Auto Racer

"What the caterpillar calls the end of the world, the master calls a butterfly." --- Richard Bach

"Is it a really good acid, or just a half-acid?" --- R. Friesen (Chemistry 124)

"The 21st century invention should be teleportation. And for the 20th century Time Capsule we should just include the entire Frank Zappa catalog." --- Jewell

"The computer will become the hub of a vast network of remote data stations and information banks feeding into the machine at a transmission rate of a billion or more bits of information a second. Laser channels will vastly increase both data capacity and the speeds with which it will be transmitted. Eventually, a global communications network handling voice, data and facsimile will instantly link man to machine--or machine to machine--by land, air, underwater, and space circuits. [The computer] will affect man's ways of thinking, his means of education, his relationship to his physical and social environment, and it will alter his ways of living... These forces] will coalesce into what unquestionably will become the greatest adventure of the human mind." --- David Sarnoff, President of RCA, **1964**

"I read a book twice as fast as anybody else. First, I read the beginning, and then I read the ending, and then I start in the middle and read toward whatever end I like best." --- Gracie Allen (1906-1964) US comedienne

"It's never too late -- never too late to start over, never too late to be happy." --- Jane Fonda
"If a dog will not come to you after he has looked you in the face, you should go home and examine your conscience." --- Woodrow Wilson

"Dogs do not dislike poor families." --- Chinese Proverb

"No pressure, no diamonds." --- Mary Case

"The beginning is the most important part of the work. --- Plato (427-347 B. C.), The Republic
The quality of an organization can never exceed the quality of the minds that make it up --- Harold R. McAlindon

"Advice is like snow; the softer it falls the longer it dwells upon, and the deeper it sinks into the mind." --- Samuel T. Coleridge

"Concern for man and his fate must always form the chief interest of all technical endeavors.... Never forget this in the midst of your diagrams and equations." --- Albert Einstein

"Having served on various committees, I have drawn up a list of rules: Never arrive on time; this stamps you as a beginner. Don't say anything until the meeting is half over; this stamps you as wise. Be as vague as possible; this avoids irritating the others. When in doubt, suggest a subcommittee be appointed. Be the first to move for adjournment; this will make you popular; it's what everyone is waiting for." --- Harry Chapman

No man's knowledge here can go beyond his experience. --- John Locke

"The life you have led doesn't need to be the only life you have." --- Anna Quindlien

"Each friend represents a world in us, a world not born until they arrive, and it is only by this meeting that a new world is born." --- Anais Nin

"Am I not destroying my enemies when I make friends of them? --- Abraham Lincoln

"Don't compromise yourself. You are all you've got." --- Janis Joplin

"Don't tell your friends their social problems: they will cure the fault and never forgive you" --- Logan Pearsall Smith

"When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro" --- Hunter S. Thompson

"My life has a superb cast but I can't figure out the plot" --- Ashleigh Brilliant

"Glory is fleeting, but obscurity is forever." --- Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821)

"People only see what they are prepared to see" --- Ralph Waldo Emerson

"What we imagine is order is merely the prevailing form of chaos". --- Kerry Thornley, Principia Discordia, 5th edition

"Somewhere between obsession and compulsion is impulse." --- Alex Pushkin (submitted by Erwin. Thanks!)

"Necessity never made a good bargain." --- Benjamin Franklin

"The tourist may complain of other tourists, but he would be lost without them." --- Agnes Repplier

"In dwelling, live close to the ground. In thinking, keep to the simple. In conflict, be fair and generous. In governing, don't try to control. In work, do what you enjoy. In family life, be completely present." --- Tao Te Ching

"Not all those who wonder are lost." --- J. R. R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings

"God is a comedian playing to an audience too afraid to laugh --- Voltaire

" There's a bit of magic in everything, and some loss to even things out" --- Lou Reed

"Before the beginning of great brilliance, there must be chaos. Before a brilliant person begins something great, they must look foolish in the crowd" --- From the I Ching

"If it weren't for caffeine I'd have no personality whatsoever!" --- Anonymous

"One of the symptoms of an approaching nervous breakdown is the belief that one's work is terribly important." --- Bertrand Russell

"It has been my experience that folks who have no vices have very few virtues." --- Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865)

"How to get a job: Speak up and show some life about you. Almost anyone who can give you a decent job these days is half deaf." --- Liz Carpenter

"If you value the world simply for what you can get out of it, be assured that the world will in turn estimate your value to it by what it can get out of you...If you pursue truth, people will be true to you." --- Arthur Twining Hadley, President of Yale University, 1903

"Life is rough for everyone....Life isn't always fair. Whatever it is that hits the fan, its never evenly distributed - some always tend to get more of it than others." --- Ann Landers

"If you ever think you're too small to be effective, you've never been in bed with a mosquito." --- Anita Roddick (founder of The Body Shop)

"The way I see it, if you want the rainbow, you gotta put up with the rain" --- Dolly Parton
"Right now I'm having amnesia and deja vu at the same time. I think I've forgotten this before" --- Stephen Wright

"Things are always darkest just before they go pitch black" --- Marlene Dietrich

"Perpetual devotion to what a man calls his business is only to be sustained by neglect of many other things" --- Robert Lewis Stevenson

"Nothing is as real as a dream. The world can change about you, but your dream will not. It will always be your link with the person, young and full of hope. If you hold on to it you may grow old but you will never be old. And that is the ultimate success" --- Tom Clancy

"An eye for an eye only ends up making the whole world blind" --- Gandhi

"Money often costs too much." --- Ralph Waldo Emerson

"There are always a lot of people so afraid of rocking the boat that they stop rowing. We can never get ahead that way" --- Harry S. Truman, 1952

"Education's purpose is to replace an empty mind with an open one" --- Malcolm S. Forbes

"Since one never knows what will be the line of advance, it is always most rash to condemn what is not quite in the fashion of the moment." --- Paul Martin (1906)

"Everyone has talent. What is rare is the courage to follow the talent to the dark place where it leads." --- Erica Jong

"Some minds are eager for change, and some are angry at any" --- M. Woolsey Stryker, 1894

"Thomas Jefferson spoke of certain truths as self-evident. He did not say that these truths were self-explanatory or that they were self-operating." --- J. Martin Klotsche, 1952

"The two hardest things to handle in life are failure and success. --- Unknown

"Nobody objects to a woman being a good writer, or a good sculptor, or geneticist, if at the same time she manages to be a good wife, a mother, good-looking, good-tempered, well-dressed, well-groomed, and un-aggressive. --- Elizabeth Dole

"Without deviation from the norm, progress is not possible" --- Frank Zappa

"When I was a boy I was told that anybody could become President. Now I'm beginning to believe it." --- Clarence Darrow

"There are two kinds of people, those who finish what they start and so on." --- Robert Byrne

"Be more concerned with your character than with your reputation. Your character is what you really are while your reputation is merely what others think you are." --- John Wooden, UCLA Basketball coach

"Forget injuries; never forget kindnesses --- Chinese Proverb

"Never, for the sake of peace and quiet, deny your own experience or convictions." - -- Dag Hammerskjold

"The only things that evolve by themselves in an organization are disorder, friction, and malperformance." --- Peter Drucker

"If we had no defects ourselves, we should not take so much pleasure in noting those of others." --- La Rochefoucauld