Which country has the most beautiful women?

It’s going to depend on your preference isn’t it?
For me I’m going to talk about from the preference of an Asian-American since that’s what I am. For me, I’m attracted to Asian girls and from my experience traveling around Asia (I’ve been to Japan, Korea, China, Taiwan, Thailand, Phillipines, Malaysia) – I’m going to say **South Korea **has the highest proportion of beautiful women on average.

Walking around Seoul:

Waterbomb Festival:

Walkerhill Bikini Pool party:

Ultra music festival:

You can easily see how many beautiful girls are in plain sight just walking around. Most people think this is because Korean girls do a lot of plastic surgery, and they’d be wrong. A lot of the Chinese tourists come to Korea to do plastic surgery thinking they can be as pretty as Korean girls but they completely miss the point.
**What makes Korean women the most beautiful imo is their attention to makeup, fashion style and their feminine personality. **Focusing on whether or not they did plastic surgery completely misses the point; most of them are beautiful on the inside and outside regardless.


Top 10 coolest/most innovative mobile computers (2020 edition)

Here are my top 10 most innovative/coolest mobile computers. Note: I define mobile computers as anything that is portable or can fit in a luggage bag – and runs on a desktop OS. No iPads or mobile phones here.

10. GPD Win Max (2020) – (last year’s spot was the Dell Adamo XPS)

GPD introduces the Win Max, the 'world's smallest handheld gaming ...

Replacing last year’s Dell Adamo XPS at the #10 spot is the GPD Win Max. With a shoutout to the Alienware UFO Concept (Which would probably make it on here if it was in production) – the GPD Win Max is actually in production so thus makes it on this list. It is the mostly powerful UMPC available so far and can play AAA titles on a machine with only an 8″ screen and fits in the palm of your hand. That’s just amazing.

9a. Asus G700VO (2016) – (last year’s spot was the Dell XPS M2010 and Acer Predator 21X) Laptops: ASUS ROG GX700VO-VS74K 17.3" FHD G-SYNC Liquid ...

I mean just look at it! I think this supersedes even the Acer Predator 21X I put on this spot last year as the laptop that is really pushing the boundaries of what it means to be a laptop. I mean can anybody really use this thing on their lap? It comes with a water cooler that looks like a car engine. Talk about an unwieldy design, although I don’t doubt that it had a lot of power underneath its hood.

9b. Acer Helios 700 (2019)

Acer's new Predator gaming laptops feature fast Intel and Nvidia ...

This gaming laptop has a cool sliding keyboard mechanism that exposes the air flow above so that it’s able to cool down the laptop more for better gaming performance. And the sliding keyboard also doubles as a wrist rest for more ergonomic placement. Pretty cool!

8. Asus ROG Mothership (2019)

One of the coolest laptops unveiled at this year’s CES, the Asus ROG mothership is basically a battery powered all-in-one PC with high end specs. Core i9, 144hz display, RTX 2080, its all there – and the keyboard is detachable so that gamers can use their own keyboard/mouse without the built in one taking up space like in most gaming laptops.

7. Porsche Design Book One (2017)

Yes its similar to the Microsoft SurfaceBook – but it has one key difference which is a 360 degree Yoga hinge. This means the Book One combines the Lenovo Yoga’s convertible form factor with the Surface Book’s detachable hinge. It’s the only computer with this design.

6. Acer Concept D7 Ezel (2020) – (last year’s spot was the Acer Aspire R7)

Acer's ConceptD 7 Ezel is a smaller transforming laptop designed ...

A fitting replacement for the Acer Aspire R7 that I put on this spot last year, this laptop has a similar party trick – the hinge angles forward to give the user better access to the screen, which is very useful for use as an artistic drawing pad – or an Ezel as you might call it!

5. Lenovo X1 Fold (2020) – (last year’s spot was the Toshiba Libretto W700 / Acer Iconia 6120)

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold Hands-On: The World's First Foldable 5G ...

First a shoutout to Microsoft’s Surface Neo (we don’t know if it will make it to market this year), this “laptop” is my pick for the #5 spot. I think it’s an apt replacement for the laptops I had in this spot last year which was the Acer Iconia 6120 and the Toshiba Libretto W700 both of which were dual touch screen laptops. You know what’s better than a dual touch screen laptop? A laptop that has a folding display that can become either one or two screens! This is the first such device of its kind and thus makes it onto this list.

4. Sony Vaio UX (2006)

The ultimate UMPC, the Vaio UX is still a marvel of design and engineering. It ran Windows XP (can be upgraded all the way to Windows 10) and can fit in your pocket! It was the first computer to have an SSD and had a fingerprint scanner over a decade before it was commonplace on notebooks. Truly an amazing piece of tech.

3. Razer Edge Pro (2013)

Razer Edge Pro was a gaming tablet that ran a Core i7 with a GTX 640LE and paired it with a console grade gaming controller. This idea was very unique and allowed users to play Windows games on the go in a form factor much smaller than gaming laptops – and way before the Nintendo Switch as well.

2. Asus Zephyrus Duo 15 (2020) – (last year’s spot was the Asus Zenbook Pro Duo)

The Amazing ASUS ROG Zephyrus Duo 15 Has a Flip-up Second Screen

Asus follows up the dual screen Zenbook Pro Duo of last year with an even cooler device that replaces it on the same spot on my list – the Asus Zephyrus Duo 15 is similar to the Pro Duo but the second screen actually tilts up when the laptop is opened and is more geared towards gaming than artistic abilities.

  1. Onkyo DX (2010)

Technically this would belong to Razer’s Project Valerie if they ever made that laptop, but since they didn’t – this netbook gets it. It has a dual display – one display slides out from under the other – and its also a convertible display on top of that! I have no idea why this design idea was not adopted by other makers but out of all PC makers – Onkyo – an audio equipment maker was the one to come up with this. Surprising.


Magic the Gathering: top 10 most played competitive creatures ever

For ‘Spike’ players.. these creatures get *very* expensive because they were the most played creatures in their heyday.. the reason why I choose creatures here and not just all cards is because 90% of the competitive Vintage cards that are banned/restricted are actually lands, artifacts and non creatures (like the Power Nine), and that wouldn’t be interesting.

  1. Tarmogoyf – hey the most expensive creature you can find! this guy is ridiculous because he’s basically 2 mana for at least a 3/4 in the early game and a 6/7 or 7/8 in the late game which is absolutely insane
  2. Psychatog – a absolutely dominant card in its heyday.. one often had a lot to fear staring down this measly 1/2 with a full hand and graveyard and a force of will in hand…
  3. Dark Confidant – New players didnt like this card because you lose life.. but once you become more competitive you realize just how good card advantage is. Still a great tempo card to use, great in the early game and quite an aggro body as well!
  4. Snapcaster Mage – Again, an extremely high power level card in competitive play. Nothing better than being able to use the same card twice.. played as an instant!
  5. Noble Hierarch – A Birds of Paradise for Bant decks that is almost strictly better. And hence why, its an auto include in every blue, green and white deck.
  6. Blightsteel Colossus – the ultimate finisher card. basically one hit from him and you are dead, thanks to the 11 infect counters you get.
  7. Academy Rector – the central card of the Rector decks, basically sac him and your enchantment combos are all there for you
  8. Metalworker – It’s basically Tolarian Academy as a creature… nuff said
  9. Emrakul, the Aeons Torn – pretty much the most powerful creature ever printed when it came out.. and still might be to this day.
  10. Arcbound Ravager – the central card of the Affinity decks when it came out.. still a beast in modern day Affinity decks, though not quite as powerful as when it came out.