The saddest thing is these cars are bad as the picture shows ...

Vicar in Sweden has figured out how to attract young Christians to religious services - by making them into a party.
Ole Idestrom from All Saints Church in Stockholm has asked local producers to come up with special techno track that plays in between worship.
Vicar's reading quotes from the Bible and singing of traditional hymns is replaced with these techno songs, and his church became a hit in Stockholm.
"Rarely you can see young Christians who literally dancing in the seats in the church, but it's important to come into God's house," "techno-priest" said modestly.

Super hero, but with different powers. Robot in India that much resembles the Iron Man, foretells your future.

Sadhu, or holy man, listen the prophecy of his destiny in the Mumbai market, on a robot who resemble a lot on a cartoon and film hero Iron Man.

In some schools, teachers in Macedonia received a prohibition on work wear jeans, shorts, see-through clothes, shirts and blouses with a deep neckline, t-shirts with the tregere bare back, and thongs underwear.

I wonder how they will be checked...? ;)

What clothes should be worn in schools is decided by the presidents of some municipalities. A ban was due to improper and indecent clothes educational workers. In some schools, educators are prohibited from carrying plastic bags, and snack, handy tools and notebooks must carry in their bags.

Teachers are not penalized, but have been criticized by the head. They have given them advice that for the job does not dress like the disco.
Before this prohibition some teachers were coming to class dressed as a schoolgirl, and then they had to order working coats in some schools.

The Wikipedia founder announced on Twitter today that starting at midnight on Wednesday, January 18, the English language version of the world’s encyclopedia will go dark for 24 hours in protest of SOPA and PIPA. With their commitment confirmed, Wikipedia will be joining a slew of websites and companies that will suspend their operations for one day in an effort raise awareness around the two bills.

Wikipedia will go offline in opposition to the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA), a bill that would allow the U.S. government to cut off funding sources to foreign websites accused of piracy by rights holders. PIPA, the Protect IP Act in the Senate, and SOPA, the Stop Online Piracy Act, have been presented as a way to protect movie studios, record labels and others. Supporters range from the Country Music Association to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

Websites found to offer pirated content, along with the services that they use, could be hidden from US internet users by being delisted on search engines and potentially on DNS servers themselves.

The Internet giants say the bills could require your Internet provider to block websites that are involved in digital file sharing. And search engines such as Google, Yahoo and Bing could be stopped from linking to them -- antithetical, they say, to the ideal of an open Internet.

The whole explanation you can find on Wikipedia, or just click here.