Sunday, July 11, 2010

Keputusan 3 & 4 World Cup.. GERMANY menang!

yeah.. akhirnya sedikit senyuman mampu terukir di bibir nipis ku ini.. ahaha.. penentuan tempat ketiga dan keempat.. SAH mejadi milik mutlak pasukan paling hotz.. GERMANY.. yeahhh.. dengan sahihnya... sotong giler tu pun dapat meramal dengan tepat.. arggg aku masih anti degan sotong2 ni.. huh.. yeahhh.. GERMANY telah mengalahkan URUGUAY dengan jaringan 3 berbalas 2.. huhuuh...

Permainan aku rasa tak ar agresif mana.. best lgi germany lawan argentina ari tu.. memang terbaik.. ni slow aje... tp memang mueller membantu sgt ar wei.. ocil pun bagus... kalau la mueller ade time lawan spain giler ari tu.. masak kepala spain tu.. memang pengadil yang bg mueller kad kuning tu sah2 dah makan sup SOTONG..!! huh..!!!!

well.. great la.. germany still dpt top 3.. kan3.. dr takde... hah btw gol telah di sumbat oleh mueller, jansen dan khedira... ok la.. tp opening gol tu menawan gak.. di pihak uruguay.. gol oleh cavani dan forlan.. hehehe.. ok now dah leh tido ngan aman..!!!

ni gol mueller.. best gak yg ni

Photographs that shook the world: omayra sanchez

Many see this photo from 1985 as the beginning of what we nowadays call "media globalization", because Omayra Sanchez's agony was followed by television cameras from all over the world. Despite all the footage that was recorded by those tv cameras, it was this photograph, of a shocking reality and humanity, that went down in history as the first broadcast of the pain and death of a human being.

Omayra Sanchez, 13 years old, was the victim of volcano Nevado del Ruiz's eruption in 1985, that devasted the Armero village, in Colombia. Omayra was trapped for three days under the mud, clay and water that was left from her own house. When the paramedics, with scarce resources, tried to help her, they sadly realized there was nothing they could do, since to remove her from the deadly trap they would have to amputate her legs and the lack of a speacilist on the scene would result in her death.

According to the paramedics and the journalists that surrounded her, Omayra was strong until the last minute of her life. For the three days her agony lasted she thought only about going back to school, her studies and her friends. Photographer Frank Fournier took this photo of Omayra that travelled the world and generated a worldwide controversy about the indifference of the Colombian government before the victims of natural disasters such as this.

The photograph was published months after the girl's death and Frank Fournier was awarded the 1986 World Press Photo Premier Award for this picture

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