Saturday, May 24, 2008
Thursday, May 22, 2008
copyrights owned by varman........
Actally i was trying to figure out Akon but unfortunately it turned out as Curtis:)
Its really very hard to do it in pc-paint where highly precised mouse handling is required.I tried my best.Glad to receive comments:)
Monday, May 19, 2008
Monday, May 12, 2008
The survey conducted over 7000 boys and girls between 10 years and 17 years and 600 teenagers from 14 to 17 from NSW and Victoria showed that youngsters were increasingly plagued by adult worries, such as how to afford a house.
The study led by Dolly Youth Monitor revealed that teenagers today were earning more than twice as much as they did 15 years ago with 76.55 dollars a week in 2007 as compared to 31.60 dollars a week in 1992.
And the biggest worries were personal safety and being able to buy their own home.
For 38 per cent of the respondents 'home affordability' was a major concern, 43 per cent worried about 'getting a job', 44 per cent 'being successful' and 48 per cent worried about 'making money'.
Three in four girls admitted not feeling safe in their own neighbourhoods, while one in three felt unsafe in their own homes at night. The project also found that the teenagers are more stressed.
"Despite financial and material wealth, traditionally 'adult' worries are filtering down to today's teens, with career, finance and housing as paramount concerns," Sydney Morning Herald quoted Dolly editor Gemma Crisp, as saying.
The teenagers, who think drug use is acceptable has also saw a significant drop from 39 per cent in 2003 to 31 per cent in 2007
Though 85 per cent of teenagers believed it is acceptable to regularly use alcohol.
The survey also found that one in three respondents lost their virginity between 13 and 15 years, with 36per cent aged 16 or 17 and 2.5 per cent aged younger than 13.
Almost one in six teenagers had kissed someone of the same sex, while 7 per cent had participated in cyber sex.
More than half believed they were overweight, with 43 per cent hoping that their family ate healthier food and 39 per cent wanting their parents to stop smoking.
More than half of girls aged 14 to 17 used social networking sites MySpace, Bebo or Facebook.
Researchers said the changes could be attributed to a change in the family context over the past two decades, with fewer traditional families, higher divorce rates, more women working, smaller families and older parents.
Sunday, May 11, 2008
My Pc-paint work of a begging woman.
This is the typical Indian style of begging.Though India has attained growth in several field,this pitiful situation still exists in India.Whether it is metros or villages,beggers are well spread.
Who is responsible?.Offcourse each and every citizen is responsible.Can India overcome this problem?.Yup,it is possible if and only if the present dirty political condition changes.Its in the hands of youngsters.Think!
Everybody's always down to be the painter but no one's wants to be in the picture....I'd rather be the painter left stroke, right stroke, paintin' the picture ...Ouu baby so soft I will be your painter...Paint that picture for you girl what's the business?