Dinosaur + Origami = Dinogami!


All the following models were folded from the book Dinogami by Mari Ono and Hiroaki Takai, using the supplied printed papers. The book was a gift from a fellow Redditor, Max Gourley from Canada.

Tyrannosaurus Rex

Tyrannosaurus Rex is by far the most popular and famous of all the dinosaurs. It was strong and ferocious, feared by every other dinosaur, but I’ve folded this charming T. Rex that looks like it wouldn’t hurt a fly.

Dinosaur + Origami = Dinogami!

Triceratops

Triceratops usually had a docile nature but – as its name, meaning “face with three horns”, suggests – it was happy to use its size and fight predators if it was needed.

Dinosaur + Origami = Dinogami!

Stegosaurus

Stegosaurus means “covered lizard”, from the large plates that stick up from the dinosaur’s back that helped with self-defence and regulating the animal’s temperature.

Dinosaur + Origami = Dinogami!

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Firemen at Work


At burnt down Fortune Garments in Jigatola, Dhaka.

Firemen at Work

Firemen at Work

Firemen at Work

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Morning Walks, Instagrammed


Morning Walks, Instagrammed  Morning Walks, Instagrammed
Morning Walks, Instagrammed  Morning Walks, Instagrammed
Morning Walks, Instagrammed  Morning Walks, Instagrammed
Morning Walks, Instagrammed  Morning Walks, Instagrammed

My First Android Phone


My First Android Phone

I never needed a smartphone, but as my Nokia 5530 started acting funny, I thought of getting a new one. My budget was 20K and Samsung Galaxy Core was what I got for it. My friends suggested me to get a Sony instead, but I didn’t like it’s design. Anyway this phone has got dual-core 1.2 GHz processor, 1 GB RAM, 4.5 GB of usable ROM, 5 MP back camera and VGA quality front camera, 4.3″ screen, as well as dual SIM capability and comes with Android OS 4.1.2 aka Jelly Bean. Good enough for me, all I hope is that it lasts for 2-3 years.

The Pink Palace in Monochrome


The Pink Palace in Monochrome

The Pink Palace in Monochrome

The Pink Palace in Monochrome

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Satanic Verses and Muslims


Satanic Verses and Muslims

Writer of The Satanic Verses, Salman Rushdie escaped direct physical harm, but others associated with the book have suffered violent attacks. Hitoshi Igarashi, its Japanese translator, was stabbed to death on 11 July 1991. Ettore Capriolo, the Italian translator, was seriously injured in a stabbing in Milan on 3 July 1991. William Nygaard, the publisher in Norway, was shot three times in an attempted assassination in Oslo in October 1993, but survived. Aziz Nesin, the Turkish translator, was the intended target in the events that led to the Sivas massacre on 2 July 1993 in Sivas, Turkey, which resulted in the deaths of 37 people.

Not to mention the $3.3 million cash bounty offered by Islamic spiritual leader Ayatollah Khomeini on Rushdie’s assassination which is still valid till this day.

And yet, Muslims say Islam is a religion of peace!

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