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Thursday, October 28, 2010

Wallpapers Ever Seen Very Cool

Wallpapers are very cool and abstract.These black wallpapers will help you and your eyes.
These will protect from the resolution and brightness from your computer.
These are the Amazing and very Cool and Animated Wallpapers for your Computer and as well as for your desktop and laptop.

Install Windows Media Player 11 without Validate your Operating System

Go to Google type ‘Download Media Player 11′ and download it.

Download Winrar

- during the install make sure you tick the ‘Intergrate Winrar into shell’ box.

Extract the Windows Media Player 11 Installation file ‘wmp11-windowsxp-x86-enu.exe’ to a folder of your choice. You can do this easily by right clicking on the file and click ‘Extract To …’

Go to the folder you just extracted everything to
Run ‘wmfdist11.exe’ Do Not Restart if it asks.
Run ‘wmp11.exe’ and restart the computer.

Now goto
C:\Program Files\Windows Media Player
Look for the file named ‘LegitLibM.dll’
Right click and re-name it to ‘LegitLib.dll’.

Open Windows Media Player 11 and click the ‘Validate’ button.
Click the ‘Finish’ button.
Click the ‘Accept’ button
Chose the install type etc etc

Thankyou so much everyone. I spent hours googling ways to do this. This is the only method that worked for me.

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Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Doberman Kisses a Fireman Who Rescued It

This photograph shows a red Doberman kissing an exhausted fireman. He had just saved her from a fire in her house, rescuing her by carrying her out of the house into her front yard, while he continued to fight the fire. She is pregnant. The firefighter was afraid of her at first, because he had never been around a Doberman before. When he finally got done putting the fire out, he sat down to catch his breath and rest. A photographer from the Charlotte, North Carolina newspaper, "The Observer," noticed this red Doberman in the distance looking at the fireman. He saw her walking straight toward the fireman and wondered what she was going to do. As he raised his camera, she came up to the tired man who had saved her life and the lives of her babies, and kissed him, when the photographer snapped this shot.

Amazing Friendship of Cat and Mouse

Although it is a little difficult to believe but there are actually a cat and a mouse, who live together and are ‘friends’. A resident of Chang Chun in China was afraid of a big mouse, which had intruded in his house. He brought a neighbor’s cat to terrify and hunt the mouse but to his amazement, he saw that the cat and the mouse grew friends. Instead of hunting the mouse down, the cat let the mouse rest in its bosom.

This amazing friendship has defied the very nature of the cat, which is known to hunt mice. The owner of the cat lists the cat’s dejection because of his habit of eating chicken liver, leaving it too spoilt to eat the mouse.

Bear, Lion and Tiger Form An Unusual Friendship

One American animal shelter has got three friends it fondly refers to as "BLT." The bear, lion and tiger were rescued when they were all about two months old eight years ago.

Georgia - The trio is now inseparable, as they were raised together. Named Baloo (the bear), Leo (the lion), and Shere Khan (the tiger), they were found together when police raided a drug dealer's premises in 2002. The three have lived at Noah's Ark Animal Rehabilitation Center and Children's Care Home ever since. The trio have a Facebook fan page. Staffer Diane Smith told the Mirror:

“It is magical to see a giant American Black Bear put his arm around a Bengal tiger and then to see the tiger nuzzle up like a domestic cat.”

People can visit the animal sanctuary, although it is advised one should call ahead to ensure they are open. Noah's Ark does have some dogs it will adopt out. Not only home to unique animals in need of caring homes, Noah's Ark also runs a group home for up to 24 children, from birth to 18 years of age. The animal facility is home for up to 1,000 animals.

Dog is a Man's Best Friend.

There can be few animals that engender in us such an active sense of love, trust and companionship as dogs. Known as man's best friend, they're always pleased to see us and happy just to be with us, whether it's in the car, by the fireside or simply having a stroll.

Amazingly then, to think that these lovely tame animals are, according to DNA research and fossil evidence, descended from wolves and domesticated as little as 15,000 years ago somewhere in East Asia before being taken with the first peoples into North America.

Dogs are social animals

Dogs are social animals able to adapt and fit into almost any social situations we put them into, and this position makes them unique among pets. They are playful, sensitive to our moods and can be trained for a number of specialised roles, such as guide dogs for the blind, hearing dogs, sniffer dogs at airports and hunting dogs.

Dogs are pack animals

One thing that hasn't been bred out of dogs is the pack mentality or pack instinct. This is often interpreted by us to reflect their qualities of devotion and friendship and loyalty, which is also why so many owners see their dogs as family members and why dogs see their owners as human companions and leaders of their pack.

Dogs are intelligent animals

Depending on the breed, dogs can be very intelligent, particularly breeds such as German shepherds, poodles, labradors and retrievers. This quality is often much valued by their owners. As mentioned earlier, their intelligence has led to some breeds being trained to assist society in specialised roles such as avoiding dangerous situations, search and rescue, as guards for sheep and other livestock and law enforcement.

This intelligence, though, isn't always shown in ways we might expect, such as obeying our orders and commands. In some breeds and some dogs, their intelligence is reflected rather mischievously — such as working out how to open doors to get out, how to steal food from the table or how to slip their collars or leads and escape from the back garden. No wonder these animals enjoy a special relationship with us and are loved the world over.

The Breed Categories of Dogs

There are more than 8080 breeds of dogs recognized by kennel clubs around the world. The American Kennel Club (AKC) has assigned all breeds of dogs to one of several main categories:

  1. Sporting Dogs
    The sporting dogs include setters, pointers, spaniels, and retrievers, among others. Sporting dogs are those bred to hunt, particularly game birds.
  2. Hounds
    Hounds come in 2 basic types: Scent hounds, who track prey by following scents, and sight hounds, such as the grehound, who chase prey visually.

    Scent hounds include basset hounds, beagles, dachshunds, bloodhounds, foxhounds, elkhounds, black and tan coonhounds, and others. Scent hounds frequently have short legs (to keep their nose closer to the ground) and long droopy ears, which help focus the scent toward their noses.

    Sight hounds include the greyhound, borzoi (or Russian wolfhound), whippet, afghan, and Irish wolfhound. Most sight hounds are tall and thin, with long legs, slender torsos, and long noses.
  3. Working Breeds
    Working dogs are bred for specific tasks, such as hauling sleds or pulling carts, driving cattle, and as guard dogs. The working breeds include the Newfoundland, bred as a rescue dog, rottweiler, doberman, Alaskan malamute, Great Dane, and schnauzer. Working dogs tend to be large and muscular, with thick undercoats and heavy topcoats that provide protection in all weather.
  4. Herding Dogs
    As might be expected, herding dogs were bred for herding. Herding dogs, which were originally included in the AKC's working dog group, include German shepherds, border collies, Shetland sheepdogs, and Australian shepherds.
  5. Terriers
    Terriers were also originally hunting dogs, but they were used on farms to ferret out and exterminate pest animals, such as rats, mice, and weasels. Terriers come in a variety of sizes, but even the smallest terriers tend to be fierce warriers. Terriers include airedales, staffordshires, border terriers, irish terriers, Australian terriers, and fox terriers.
  6. Toys
    Toy breeds were bred to serve as companion dogs, particularly for those of the upper classes. They were bred to be small, so that they could sit in laps and be carried easily. Toys have no job except to be friendly and affectionate to their owners. Toys include many small versions of larger working or hunting dogs, such Italian greyhounds and miniature pinschers. Other toy breeds include the chihuahua, shih tzu, yorkshire terrier, pomeranian, toy poodle, and pekingese.
  7. Non-Sporting Dogs
    The non-sporting category of breeds can seem like a catch-all group. This group includes the English bulldog, dalmation, chow, lhasa apso, schipperke, and standard poodle.

Really i love very much dogs.I am planning to get a dog.This is very friendly with man.