Inflatables

Everyone likes to bounce. That’s why we put bouncer type floors in all of our inflatable interactive run, jump, climb and slide games. From the inflatable bungee run, stadium bouncer and inflatable slide to the gauntlet, goal to go and red zone, interactive inflatable bouncer games are second to none at packing in participants and generating loads of fun.

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Entries from 11月 2012

New York has spent a day entirely without violent crime

11月 29th, 2012 · No Comments

The city police department’s chief spokesman said that Monday was the most bloodshed-free 24-hour period in recent history.
Not a single murder, shooting, stabbing or other incident of violent crime was reported for a whole day.
Despite a July spike in homicides, the city’s murder rate is on target to hit its lowest point since 1960.
Just a [...]

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Dr Joseph Murray, the surgeon who performed the world’s first successful human organ transplant, has died.

11月 27th, 2012 · No Comments

The Nobel prize winner passed away at the same Boston Hospital where, almost six decades ago, he performed the surgery that would transform medicine.
In December 1954, Dr Murray made history when he transplanted a kidney between identical twins.
He learned his craft during World War II, treating badly burned soldiers Inflatable Sports.
By performing skin grafts on [...]

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Most beautiful woman in China

11月 26th, 2012 · No Comments

July 13 - Chinese mainland actress Chen Hao has been chosen as the most beautiful woman in China in an online poll featuring more than one million voters, reports CRI.  
The actress shot to fame for her role in TV series “Pink Ladies”, which was adapted from Taiwan cartoonist Zhu Deyong’s comic book. Chen Hao [...]

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Elderly people living in areas of high air pollution have brains that are ‘three years older’ as cognitive function is affected by air quality

11月 26th, 2012 · No Comments

Researchers found that elderly people did worse on thinking tests if they lived in areas with high levels of air pollution, compared to those in areas with relatively clean air.
The team from University of southern California presented their findings at the Gerontological Society of America’s annual scientific meeting, in San Diego,Inflatable Cartoons.
Postgraduate doctoral fellow Jennifer [...]

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Mexican President Felipe Calderon has sent a bill to congress to change the official name of the country.

11月 23rd, 2012 · No Comments

The current name, the United States of Mexico, was adopted in 1824 and was intended to emulate its northern neighbour.
President Calderon wants to change it to just Mexico, as the country is known the world over.
Mr Calderon, who leaves office on 1 December, said Mexico no longer needed to copy any foreign power.
“The name of [...]

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Computer-maker Dell has seen its quarterly profit fall by 47%

11月 22nd, 2012 · No Comments

The US group made a net profit of $475m in July to September, compared with $893m a year earlier.
Dell’s consumer revenues fell 23% to $2.5bn, while those from sales to big corporations declined by 8% to $4.2bn.
The company, the world’s third-largest maker of personal computers, saw overall revenues dip 11%.
Despite the poor results, Dell said [...]

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Greenhouse gases in the atmosphere hit a new record high in 2011

11月 22nd, 2012 · No Comments

In its annual Greenhouse Gas Bulletin released on Tuesday, the organisation said that carbon dioxide levels reached 391 parts per million in 2011.
The report estimates that carbon dioxide accounts for 85% of the “radiative forcing” that leads to global temperature rises.
Other potent greenhouse gases such as methane also reached record highs, Inflatable Bouncers.
The carbon dioxide [...]

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Australia has created the world’s largest network of marine reserves

11月 20th, 2012 · No Comments

Over 2.3 million sq km (0.9 million sq miles) of sea, Inflatable Water Games made up of five zones, have been formally protected by law from over-fishing and oil exploration.
Environment Minister Tony Burke called it a historic moment for ocean conservation.
However fishing lobby groups opposed the move, saying it will damage the multi-million dollar industry.
The [...]

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Senegal have been disqualified from the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations

11月 19th, 2012 · No Comments

Senegal have been disqualified from the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations after a riot forced the abandonment of Saturday’s home tie with Ivory Coast.
It is not yet clear whether the Confederation of African Football will take further action against Senegal.
The match in Dakar was called off after 74 minutes, Inflatable Sports with Ivory Coast [...]

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A pay rise only leads to short-term satisfaction

11月 15th, 2012 · No Comments

However workers who are happy with their pay are less likely to have work and family conflicts, according to researchers.
Scientists say how much a worker actually earns is just as important as how satisfied they are with their pay in determining their happiness,Inflatable Balloons.
Professor Amit Kramer, of the University of Illinois, said: ‘Pay, as you [...]

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