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  • How to Remove Skin Tags

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    8 Jul 2015 | 7:49 am
    Chances are very high that sometime in your life you will find a skin tag on your body. But what is a skin tag? A skin tag is a very common and harmless small, soft skin growth. They occur on various parts of the body but love to grow in places with folds such as eyelids, neck and armpits. One person might have anywhere from one skin tag to over 100 skin tags at any stage of their life. Middle-ages, obese adults are more prone to having skin tags but newborn babies are also very likely to have one or two after birth. So now that we know what they are, let’s discuss what you really want to…
  • A Herd of Elephants Knock Over a Hidden GoPro Camera With Their Very Inquisitive Trunks

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    Lori Dorn
    3 Aug 2015 | 3:16 pm
    A herd of elephants who were grazing in a grassy field with their little babies in tow, came upon a hidden GoPro camera. The curious pachyderms checked out the camera with their inquisitive trunks and knocked it over, but not before it captured wonderful closeup views of their beautiful sniffers.
  • I Can Fill the Doggie Pool. You Don't Have to Lift a Finger, See?

    I Can Has Cheezburger?
    3 Aug 2015 | 1:00 pm
    Submitted by: (via Charlie Ogard) Tagged: dogs , cute , Video Share on Facebook
  • Children vs. Fashion

    The Art of the Prank
    Moderator
    1 Aug 2015 | 3:25 pm
    From the website of Yolanda Dominquez, visual artist and activist who, “through irony and contextualization as principal strategies, creates situations or scenarios in which the viewer is involved and can participate.” She recently asked young children to talk about images fashion brands use to promote their new collections. Watch the video: Photos: Read more here: Kids Point Out Dark Side Of Fashion Ads That We’ve All Been Ignoring, by Jamie Feldman, July 30, 2015, HuffPo. Related posts: Ai Weiwei, Chinese Artist & Activist, in Custody Urban Foxhunting Hoax Explained…
  • Karl Pilkington Travels The World Doing Dumb Shit In 'The Moaning Of Life 2' Trailer

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    3 Aug 2015 | 7:13 am
    For those already enamored with Karl's offbeat observations (e.g., asscheeks are not eyebrows) this is more of the wonderful same.
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  • How to Remove Skin Tags

    admin
    8 Jul 2015 | 7:49 am
    Chances are very high that sometime in your life you will find a skin tag on your body. But what is a skin tag? A skin tag is a very common and harmless small, soft skin growth. They occur on various parts of the body but love to grow in places with folds such as eyelids, neck and armpits. One person might have anywhere from one skin tag to over 100 skin tags at any stage of their life. Middle-ages, obese adults are more prone to having skin tags but newborn babies are also very likely to have one or two after birth. So now that we know what they are, let’s discuss what you really want to…
  • A Joke Is NOT Just A Joke, Man

    admin
    23 Jun 2015 | 4:44 am
    I took one of those tests last week. You know the ones–inventories, assessments, profiles, all of which claim to produce an accurate psychological snapshot of the human psyche (or at least to categorize our manner of learning, managing, socializing, etc.). The tests call these “styles,” as if to bestow an association with stretch limousines. As usual, the picture came out blurred. For instance, my cognitive preferences were “abstract concrete” (like a modern sculpture?). I disagree with this assessment, having found long ago that my preferred learning style…
  • Training With The Jokes Makes Winners

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    15 Jun 2015 | 3:54 am
    Five reasons you’re afraid of humor in training…and why they won’t wash. Traffic school is a sort of state-sponsored penance for speeders and stop-Sign cruisers–regular folks like you and me who opt to sit through lectures on stopping distances and decapitation in return for keeping their tickets off the record. It’s a little like hell: Lots of people attend but nobody wants to be there. At one point, some traffic schools in California started hiring comedians to teach. (Yes, only in California.) It so happens that I used to be a comic. That’s how I wound…
  • Snoring: A Raging Epidemic, And Some Solutions

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    11 Jun 2015 | 11:03 am
    Tons of anti snoring devices out there can help. Night has arrived, and so has the dreaded snoring. A massive 45% of Americans are snorers. This can be a significant problem to the one who has to sleep next to the person doing the snoring. In many cases, relationships and marriages can have problems that ultimately lead to someone having to sleep in a separate room. I am also fairly certain that this has a cascade of negative effects on a person’s life. From their self-esteem to a possible lack of attraction by their mate. Let’s face it, snoring isn’t sexy. However, with a number like…
  • Love Laughter, And Love Life

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    7 Jun 2015 | 3:44 am
    Humor yourself. It’s no joke that laughter is good for your mind and body. It’s been a rotten day for Kara. She’s soaking wet because the rain and wind thrashed her umbrella to shreds. She just finished taking a history test that took her by surprise. Then her friend Ellie comes along and asks, “Trying to win the stringy hair contest today?” Kara looks at Ellie’s shiny, blond, perfectly styled hair and is tempted to give an angry reply, but decides the day has already been dismal enough. Instead she answers, “I already won that contest–plus the…
 
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    Laughing Squid

  • A Herd of Elephants Knock Over a Hidden GoPro Camera With Their Very Inquisitive Trunks

    Lori Dorn
    3 Aug 2015 | 3:16 pm
    A herd of elephants who were grazing in a grassy field with their little babies in tow, came upon a hidden GoPro camera. The curious pachyderms checked out the camera with their inquisitive trunks and knocked it over, but not before it captured wonderful closeup views of their beautiful sniffers.
  • The MTA Explains Their Antiquated Subway Control System and the Ongoing Upgrade to Communications-Based Train Control

    Glen Tickle
    3 Aug 2015 | 2:25 pm
    In a recent video by the New York City Metro Transportation Authority, they explain their near century-old subway control system and also give the details of their ongoing upgrade to a Communications-Based Train Control (CBTC) system. Although the upgrade will cause delays and shutdowns, the MTA asks riders to be patient and promises that the new system will be safer and provide more trains per hour.
  • Jim Henson vs Stan Lee in Epic Rap Battles of History

    Scott Beale
    3 Aug 2015 | 2:14 pm
    Muppets creator Jim Henson takes on Marvel Comics legend Stan Lee in the latest installment of Epic Rap Battles of History. Here’s the behind-the-scenes video showing how it all came together.
  • ‘The Moaning of Life 2′, Karl Pilkington Sets Back Out Into the World to Answer Life’s Big Questions

    Glen Tickle
    3 Aug 2015 | 1:39 pm
    In The Moaning of Life 2, Karl Pilkington from An Idiot Abroad and The Ricky Gervais Show sets back out into the world to answer life’s big questions. The extended trailer for the series features Pilkington having a range of unique experiences from skydiving to creating extreme art, and reacting to them in his typical curmudgeonly style.
  • Planet Tails Cat Cafe in Naples, Florida Is Raising Funds to Keep Their Cat Adoption Center Open

    Lori Dorn
    3 Aug 2015 | 1:22 pm
    Planet Tails, a wonderful place that is part adoption shelter, retail store and of course, the second operational Cat Café in the United States, is currently raising funds to keep their adoption center open. Many of the cats that arrived at Planet Tails would have otherwise been euthanized by Domestic Animal Services (DAS) of Collier County for lack of homes. Planet Tails stepped in and have found forever homes for more than 30 of these cats. According to Planet Tails proprietor, Ericka Davis Basile this has been a wonderful labor of love, but it can’t be sustained over the long term.
 
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    The Art of the Prank

  • Children vs. Fashion

    Moderator
    1 Aug 2015 | 3:25 pm
    From the website of Yolanda Dominquez, visual artist and activist who, “through irony and contextualization as principal strategies, creates situations or scenarios in which the viewer is involved and can participate.” She recently asked young children to talk about images fashion brands use to promote their new collections. Watch the video: Photos: Read more here: Kids Point Out Dark Side Of Fashion Ads That We’ve All Been Ignoring, by Jamie Feldman, July 30, 2015, HuffPo. Related posts: Ai Weiwei, Chinese Artist & Activist, in Custody Urban Foxhunting Hoax Explained…
  • Billboard Artvertising

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    27 Jul 2015 | 2:36 pm
    From artist Brian Kane: Healing Tool is art designed for people in cars. A temporary public art installation using digital billboards on interstate freeways. June 28 June – July 26 , 2015 Read more about this at Huffington Post here. Related posts: Vagina Exhibition: Welcome to Our World Pittsburgh Yarn-Bombs A Bridge Art Moves — The Festival of Art on Billboards
  • Marching to the Beat of his Own Drum

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    27 Jul 2015 | 11:15 am
    This Heterosexual Pride Parade Could Not Have Failed Any Harder Than It Just Did by Cavan Sieczkowski The Huffington Post July 27, 2015 Heterosexuals apparently weren’t too prideful this weekend. Blogger Anthony Rebello was the organizer behind the Heterosexual Parade at Seattle’s Capitol Hill on Saturday. Over 2,000 people were invited on Facebook to attend the event created “in the name of equality [and] equal rights … to celebrate our right to be heterosexual, and to encourage younger heterosexuals that they should be proud of their heterosexuality.” While 169…
  • Tuba Libre

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    27 Jul 2015 | 11:09 am
    Meet the Man Who Beat the KKK With a Tuba Daily Beast by Ben Collins July 22, 2015 A video of Matt Buck humiliating the Klan with his tuba has gone viral. We talked to the American hero about the rally, his song selection, and ‘Tuba Libre’ social justice. Matt Buck walked alongside a Klan rally with his sousaphone on Saturday, farting out a low, slow version of Wagner’s “Ride of the Valkyries” as a plodding gaggle of KKK members slowly clopped toward the South Carolina State House. His mini-protest only lasted a couple of minutes, but most of it was on video. That 95-second clip,…
  • When Life Imitates Satire: Israeli Newspaper Spooked by The Onion’s Prescient Report

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    27 Jul 2015 | 10:59 am
    ‘Netanyahu cheered up by US missile offer': how the Onion scooped Haaretz by Jessica Elgot The Guardian July 21, 2015 Satirical site’s joke about the US offering missiles to the Israeli prime minister to appease him over the Iran nuclear deal turned out to be uncannily accurate ‘US Soothes Upset Netanyahu With Shipment of Ballistic Missiles’ sounds like a headline from the Onion. And it is – except that this time it’s true. International media organisations have regularly been caught out by the satirical news site, fooled into thinking that Kim Jong-un really was voted the…
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    Digg: offbeat Stories

  • Karl Pilkington Travels The World Doing Dumb Shit In 'The Moaning Of Life 2' Trailer

    3 Aug 2015 | 7:13 am
    For those already enamored with Karl's offbeat observations (e.g., asscheeks are not eyebrows) this is more of the wonderful same.
  • The Offbeat History Of Our Species

    26 May 2015 | 9:34 am
    Revolutionary developments in the study of the DNA of our fossil ancestors are forcing a major rewrite of the human evolutionary story. And, they again highlight the weird sex lives of our Paleolithic ancestors.
  • Study Confirms That Men Are Dumb

    12 Dec 2014 | 6:45 am
    Every year, the British Medical Journal releases a Christmas edition with some offbeat and silly research. This year, there's a rather morbidly humorous study about which gender is more likely to die as a result of doing something really, really dumb. Spoiler alert: It's men.
  • The Story Behind David Bowie And Bing Crosby's Offbeat Christmas Classic

    30 Nov 2014 | 2:58 pm
    At the time, it was about the most unlikely pairing imaginable: gender-bending glam rocker David Bowie and stodgy crooner Bing Crosby. And yet, when the two got together to sing a duet on the 1977 TV special "Bing Crosby's Merrie Olde Christmas," they made holiday magic.
  • What Comes After Matthew McConaughey’s Comeback? The Stillback

    25 Sep 2014 | 3:09 am
    The stillback is what happens once the comeback is complete. The stillback happens when you stop making quirky, offbeat , attention-grabbing choices and start making cautious, predictable, attention-maintaining choices.
 
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    Make: DIY Projects, How-Tos, Electronics, Crafts and Ideas for Makers

  • Baked Breadboards, Interactive Beds, and More from Maker Faire Tokyo

    Dale Dougherty
    3 Aug 2015 | 1:48 pm
    Join Make: founder Dale Dougherty on a tour of the highlights from Maker Faire Tokyo, where he discovered some brilliantly made projects. Read more on MAKE The post Baked Breadboards, Interactive Beds, and More from Maker Faire Tokyo appeared first on Make: DIY Projects, How-Tos, Electronics, Crafts and Ideas for Makers.
  • BoardCraft Promises a New Way of Playing/Creating Tabletop Games

    Gareth Branwyn
    3 Aug 2015 | 1:30 pm
    We’ve been seeing a tremendous amount of movement in the tabletop gaming space of late, as crowdfunding, 3D printing, laser cutting, new casting technologies, and high-quality on-demand printing have significantly lowered the barriers of entry for even the smallest game concerns. Now, a scrappy start-up with a great idea can […] Read more on MAKE The post BoardCraft Promises a New Way of Playing/Creating Tabletop Games appeared first on Make: DIY Projects, How-Tos, Electronics, Crafts and Ideas for Makers.
  • New Project: LED Matrix Dessert Tray

    Jason Poel Smith
    3 Aug 2015 | 11:00 am
    Everyone loves dessert, but what if they could light up and play animations? I'll show you how to make a dessert tray with a built-in LED matrix. Read more on MAKE The post LED Matrix Dessert Tray appeared first on Make: DIY Projects, How-Tos, Electronics, Crafts and Ideas for Makers.
  • 6 Life Lessons from Robot Combat

    Rafe Needleman
    3 Aug 2015 | 7:00 am
    You can learn a lot about life by watching combat robots destroy each other. Read more on MAKE The post 6 Life Lessons from Robot Combat appeared first on Make: DIY Projects, How-Tos, Electronics, Crafts and Ideas for Makers.
  • Check Out This Icosahedron Shop Lamp

    Jeremy Cook
    3 Aug 2015 | 6:30 am
    A truncated icosahedron is a 20-sided polyhedron, and there's a good chance you haven't realized its potential as a shop lighting fixture. Read more on MAKE The post Check Out This Icosahedron Shop Lamp appeared first on Make: DIY Projects, How-Tos, Electronics, Crafts and Ideas for Makers.
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  • Ant-Man Is Now available!

    Cubeecraft
    22 Jul 2015 | 6:15 am
    Marvel’s Ant-Man is now available! Grab him here. (I saw the movie this past weekend, honestly one of Marvel’s best.)
  • Tribute to Satoru Iwata

    Cubeecraft
    14 Jul 2015 | 3:23 pm
    A tribute to Satoru Iwata, the fourth president of Nintendo. Download here.
  • Kung Fury is now available!

    Cubeecraft
    2 Jul 2015 | 9:29 am
    Kung Fury is now available! Grab him here. Watch the short film below!
  • “There has been an awakening, can you feel it?”

    Cubeecraft
    19 Apr 2015 | 2:50 pm
    The Stormtroopers of the First Order are now available! There are only 8 months before it comes out so start building your army now! Download here.
  • PAX East Panel – Geek Crafters Unite

    Cubeecraft
    28 Feb 2015 | 1:04 pm
      I’ll be part of a panel Sunday March 8th at the Cuttlefish theater at PAX East: Knit 1 Purl 1 to Save the Princess: Geek Crafters Unite Have your crafting and gaming overlapped?  It’s a common situation.  Whether you want to make your own cosplay, paint minis, design maps and scenery, or emblazon an item with geeky imagery, your favorite fandom can be an excellent reason to explore the crafting world.  Panelists experienced in working with yarn, paper, and textiles talk about their love of geekery, crafting, and how those intersect. Come chat with us, get inspired, and…
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    Funny or Die | Funny Videos, Funny Video Clips, Funny Pictures

  • Cecil The Lion's Killer Left Clues In His Dentistry Commercial

    Funny Or Die, Darryl Gudmundson, and Darren Miller
    30 Jul 2015 | 11:02 am
    Cecil The Lion's Killer Left Clues I... 1:35 Walter Palmer, the dentist who illegally hunted and killed Cecil the Lion outside of Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe, had a very interesting ad for his business, River Bluff Dental, in Bloomington, Minnesota. Submitted by: Funny Or Die Worthy Keywords: Walter Palmer ad Walter Palmer Commercial Cecil The Lion commercial Cecil The Lion parody Views: 23,501
  • We Found The Lion-Killer Dentist

    Funny Or Die, Andy Bush, Yesel Manrique, Aaron Ulrich, and mattmazany
    30 Jul 2015 | 1:02 am
    We Found The Lion-Killer Dentist 2:04 Lion-killing dentist Walter Palmer has been in hiding, but we found him! Submitted by: Funny Or Die Worthy Keywords: We Found The Lion-Killer Dentist cecil the lion killer dentist ceil the lion walter palmer dentist Views: 27,186
  • Three People Eating Food For Two Hours

    Dan Abramson, Funny Or Die, Zack Poitras, John Harris, and Matt Mayer
    28 Jul 2015 | 11:45 pm
    Three People Eating Food For Two Hours 122:07 Funny Or Die Science People presents, three people eating food for two hours. Submitted by: Funny Or Die Regular Keywords: Three People Eating Food for Two Hours asmr eating silent eating mealtime videos food science food porn Views: 47,501
  • Hulk Hogan Defends His Racist Rant

    Funny Or Die, Matt Sweeney, Fran Gillespie, mattmazany, and Alex Scordelis
    28 Jul 2015 | 2:40 pm
    Hulk Hogan Defends His Racist Rant 2:36 After getting banned from the WWE for making racist statements, Hulk Hogan crashed WWE RAW to defend himself. Submitted by: Funny Or Die Regular Keywords: Hulk Hogan Responds to Rascist Rant hulk hogan racist hulk hogan rant hulk hogan transcript Views: 44,379
  • Rockapella Sings "Where In The World Is El Chapo?"

    seanaltman, Funny Or Die, Ben Sheehan, Amos Vernon, Jeff Thacher, Rob Hatch-Miller, lindsay kerns, Alex Scordelis, Matt Mayer, Shawn James, and Marty Cramer
    27 Jul 2015 | 11:50 pm
    Rockapella Sings "Where In The World ... 1:16 Members of Rockapella, from the kids show 'Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego?,' perform an inspired take on their classic hit. Submitted by: Funny Or Die Worthy Keywords: El Chapo Rockapella a cappella Mexico Mexican drug cartel cartels brutal escape prison tunnel motorcycle head carmen san diego carmen sandiego geography world PBS public access public broadcasting chief gumshoe most wanted kingpin beat box beatbox coke marijuana drugs jail colombia cocaine guyana tijuana oaxaca bogota bullets guts rio caracas bounty hunter stoop joaquin…
 
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  • Painting the town red, and all sorts of other colours as well

    John Lampard
    3 Aug 2015 | 5:32 pm
    The Palmitas district, of the Mexican city of Pachuca, has been transformed into something rather spectacular, thanks to the efforts of a number of organisations working together as the German Crew. Some two hundred homes are now part of what must surely be one of the largest murals in the world.
  • To work from home, or not. As if you need an excuse

    John Lampard
    3 Aug 2015 | 4:56 pm
    More of a resource for those looking for a reason not to present at the office, as opposed to anyone who actually needs a reason to in fact work from home, rather than traipse into the workplace. The Work From Home Ninja may then be good for an excuse to do so. Work from home without actually working, that is. If you’re going to be working from home in my home though, trust me, you’ll be working. Just to be clear.
  • What do machines sing of? The desire for a human personality?

    John Lampard
    3 Aug 2015 | 4:34 pm
    A machine that so much desires to be possessed of a human personality, it continuously sings number-one ballads that were written in the 1990s. Work on those vocals, and it may yet pass the Turing test…
  • Your website looks the same as all the others, but so what?

    John Lampard
    3 Aug 2015 | 4:01 pm
    Websites all look the same, it’s a comment I hear bandied about from time to time. But then again, everything looks the same, cars, phones, computers, aircraft, cities. Or they can, if viewed in a certain way. Singapore based web developer Yugene Lee suggests though that not too many people are worried. It’s not what a website looks like, the main concern is what the website (or car, or phone, or computer, or aircraft) does. People are complaining that the web looks the same, every website looks like each other. And there is no value in web design anymore. But, the problem is it…
  • Japan, as seen with 8-bit animated GIFs

    John Lampard
    2 Aug 2015 | 5:29 pm
    Day to day life in Japan, as depicted through a series of intricately fashioned animated GIFs. Mind. Blowing. Via Design Made in Japan.
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    The Coaster Critic

  • How Will SeaWorld’s Mako Roller Coaster Measure Up?

    Joel
    2 Aug 2015 | 1:27 pm
    Earlier this year, SeaWorld announced Mako, a new roller coaster that’ll open in 2016. It’ll be a 200-foot tall hyper coaster, reaching speeds of 75 mph. Mako’s stature and size will make it Orlando’s tallest, longest and fastest roller coaster. Here’s a POV video of Mako at SeaWorld: For me, there’s no question that this will be a solid roller coaster. Bolliger & Mabillard’s track records is impeccable. And, they’ve worked with SeaWorld on a number of roller coasters including the popular Kraken and Manta roller coasters. How Will Mako Be…
  • The Story Behind Holiday World’s Thunderbird | From Idea to Opening Day

    Joel
    29 Jul 2015 | 3:06 am
    Lauren Crosby (left) and Leah Koch (right) Holiday World’s Thunderbird was my top pick for the best-looking New Roller Coasters of 2015. So, I thought that it would be interesting to get a behind-the-scenes look at how this launched winged coaster moved from idea to opening day. Thanks to Holiday World, I was able to interview two people who helped bring the ride to life. Here’s my interview with Park Directors and 4th generation amusement park owners, Lauren Crosby and Leah Koch. In the Works for Many Years Joel – Holiday World’s last new roller coaster was The…
  • What Are Your Theme Park Traditions?

    Joel
    26 Jul 2015 | 3:00 am
    It seems like most people have a theme park tradition of some sort. Each visit would be incomplete if they didn’t keep their ritual or streak involving a certain activity or ride or food. For me, no trip would be complete without grabbing some cotton candy for my wife. As I’ve said in the past, I’m expected to have cotton candy in hand when I return from my theme park trips. So, if I’m on a solo trip somewhere on the other side of the country, my long trip home begins with a quest to find cotton candy. Then, it’s to the rental car, airport, etc. And of course…
  • Fury 325 vs Intimidator 305 | Giga Coaster Showdown

    Joel
    25 Jul 2015 | 4:39 am
    With the opening of Fury 325 this year, comparisons to other giga coasters were going to be inevitable. This showdown might have even more interest than most as Carowinds and Kings Dominion are in bordering states (North Carolina and Virginia). So, there’s a better chance that more people have ridden both or plan to. First, let’s define a giga coaster as many have been asking due to Carowinds promotion of its record-setting ride. A giga coaster is a roller coaster that’s between 300 and 399 feet tall and completes a full circuit. For more, including a list of giga…
  • Kentucky Kingdom Announces Storm Chaser, New RMC Roller Coaster

    Joel
    22 Jul 2015 | 1:44 am
    Kentucky Kingdom’s rebirth rolls on with yesterday’s announcement of their 2016 roller coaster, Storm Chaser. The Rocky Mountain Construction roller coaster will use the steel supports left by the defunct Twisted Twins dueling woodie. It’ll be just a bit on the small side for an RMC coaster (2,744 feet long, 100 feet tall), but will have a lineup of exciting elements. The most notable may be the barrel roll during the first drop. Here’s a look at Kentucky Kingdom’s Storm Chaser: Interested in more? Coaster Studios has an excellent analysis of Storm Chaser. His…
 
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    Inside SeaWorld

  • What Does Your Favorite Beach Look Like After a Busy Holiday?

    Jennicca Taylor
    31 Jul 2015 | 12:42 pm
    Earlier this month, on the Fourth of July, I was lucky enough to enjoy a day with friends, and about 10,000 other people on Mission Bay’s Crown Point Park in San Diego. In between crowds of people with their tents, tables and chairs, were large cardboard boxes meant for people to dump their trash. During the day, people seemed to be taking care of the park by filling up their individual trash bags as well as filling up the oversized trashcans placed around the park. Some trash didn't make it in the overflowing bins Sunday morning, the aftermath of a successful holiday celebration was…
  • SeaWorld San Diego Tips from Instagram Fans

    Kat Marin
    30 Jul 2015 | 10:31 am
    We asked our Fans on our Instagram (@seaworldsandiego) to share their guide for a fun SeaWorld San Diego day. Check out their insider tips below! “Getting the pass for an All-Day Dining Deal. Saves on money and food is great lots of varieties :)” - Mary, Arizona “I plan the shows I want to see first. That’s a must. In between show breaks, depending on where the show is, I will often see other exhibits in the same area as the show before, or the upcoming show.” - Emily, Canada “Being able to feed the sea lions and bat rays, going on all the fun rides and…
  • Animal Adaptations I Wish I Had

    Kat Marin
    28 Jul 2015 | 9:09 am
    Most marine animals are able to live in and out of water because of their adaptations. Those are all the things that have changed over time to help them survive. It would be really cool if I had some of their adaptations too. Being able to swim fast, breathe under water and even hide would be awesome. Walruses can hold their breath to stay under water for about 10 minutes. I really like to go snorkeling with a mask so I can see under water longer while taking breaths through the snorkel. If I could hold my breath as long as a walrus I wouldn’t need to use a snorkel to breathe. I could…
  • National Zookeeper Week: Suzanne

    Jennicca Taylor
    25 Jul 2015 | 12:45 pm
    We are all passionate about animals here at SeaWorld San Diego, but no one more so than the team members who care for them every single day. Zoos and aquariums are made up of individuals striving to make a difference in the world we all share. Each one of our keepers at SeaWorld builds strong connections between guests and our Animal Ambassadors. It is our hope that, with this connection, our guests will leave with a sense of urgency to care for the natural world around them. This week, we’d like to celebrate the many passionate people who make SeaWorld what it is today. Many of our…
  • National Zookeeper Week: Kortney

    Jennicca Taylor
    24 Jul 2015 | 5:06 pm
    We are all passionate about animals here at SeaWorld San Diego, but no one more so than the team members who care for them every single day. Zoos and aquariums are made up of individuals striving to make a difference in the world we all share. Each one of our keepers at SeaWorld builds strong connections between guests and our Animal Ambassadors. It is our hope that, with this connection, our guests will leave with a sense of urgency to care for the natural world around them. This week, we’d like to celebrate the many passionate people who make SeaWorld what it is today. Many of our…
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    Theme Park Tourist

  • The 18 New Attractions, Shops and Restaurants Coming to Walt Disney World by 2018 (August 2015 Edition)

    Amanda
    2 Aug 2015 | 1:56 pm
    Walt Disney World has been accused of lagging behind Universal Orlando when it comes to spending on new additions in recent years. However, there are now a number of major projects underway at the resort, most of which are due to be completed by 2018. August's update includes more information about the attractions set to replace One Man's Dream and Voyage of the Little Mermaid at Disney's Hollywood Studios, plus construction updates from inside Disney's Animal Kingdom, Epcot and more!  18. NBA Experience restaurant Status: Confirmed  Opening in: 2016 or 2017 Last month it was confirmed that…
  • DisneyQuest: How Disney Tried to Reinvent the Theme Park (and Where it Went HORRIBLY Wrong)

    dakota.gardner426
    2 Aug 2015 | 4:06 am
    What if you could take Walt Disney World – with all its magic, thrills, and adventure – and pack it up into a box? What if you could take that box anywhere? What if you could experience those unique attractions in Chicago? Or Philadelphia? Or Atlanta? Or Seattle? What if you could visit Walt Disney World without actually having to visit Walt Disney World? That was the dream of DisneyQuest. DisneyQuest was unlike anything that had been built before. It housed dozens of virtual reality games, a restaurant, retro arcade games and more – all under one roof. In many ways, it represented the…
  • The 9 BIG Updates From Walt Disney World (and Beyond) This Week (July 26-August 1, 2015)

    Amanda
    1 Aug 2015 | 10:00 pm
    This week at Walt Disney World, the Magic Kingdom switches up its character lineup, a rumor about closing attractions picks up steam at Disney’s Hollywood Studios and yet another Fantasmic! test designed to help cut crowds will be taking place in the very near future.  Outside Walt Disney World, Universal Studios Florida announces the return of a fan favorite haunted house for this year's Halloween Horror Nights, SeaWorld reveals a free ticket offer that lasts though the end of the summer, plus Busch Gardens opens a new dining location.  1. More character changes at the Magic Kingdom…
  • 5 Mystery Projects at Walt Disney World We Have Questions About

    Amanda
    31 Jul 2015 | 12:02 am
    Walt Disney World has been going through an unprecedented period of change over the past several years and will continue to expand and evolve in some interesting ways as we hurtle towards the resort's 50th anniversary in 2021. However, in an interesting development, Disney has chosen not to formally announce many of their latest projects, and we've had to rely on an increasing amount of insider tips and rumors in order to get a real look at what's next for Walt Disney World While we know definitively that the following attractions are in development, Disney's lack of official announcement for…
  • Disney's Ongoing Struggle to Eliminate Theme Park Queues

    mumpower
    30 Jul 2015 | 3:12 am
    You see the throngs of people standing between you and the ride. You aren’t worried, though. You have an advantage that they don’t. You confidently approach the line, but you veer at the last moment. The regular entrance is for the ordinary people. You’re one of the chosen few. You even enjoy your own park attendant. You walk up to a Cast Member, and they look at you expectantly. Authoritatively, you raise your arm to show that you belong. With a nod of recognition, the employee confirms that you are a member of the elite. The theme park’s version of the velvet rope lifts, and you…
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    Dream catcher. A nightly journey

  • Caravan

    Max Walsh
    3 Aug 2015 | 6:26 am
    I was looking at a caravan that was parked up in a lay by near a city centre. I kept on looking at it, and looking at it. I did nothing else other than stare at the caravan. I was waiting for something to happen, I don't know what, but I didn't take my eyes from the caravan. Nothing happened. I woke before a conclusion was reached.  
  • The story of the cream cheese monster

    Max Walsh
    1 Aug 2015 | 11:42 pm
    As I fell into my sleep last night I had a vision of a tub of cream cheese. I had been baking earlier in the day using cream cheese. As I had the vision, it transformed into a snarling monster, lifting up out of the tub and becoming an ugly looking beast. The shock of it made me open my eyes and pull me out of my slumber. Other than that, I don't have any other visual memory from the rest of the night other than waking with a song in my head. The song is 'The story of the blues' by Wah. A hit in 1982.  
  • Nothing to declare

    Max Walsh
    1 Aug 2015 | 12:22 pm
     
  • Belly ache

    Max Walsh
    31 Jul 2015 | 12:54 am
    Having recently recovered from a few issues with my stomach, I was upset to be woken in the night with a belly ache. I was in that half sleep/waking state and thinking I really should get up and do something. As I lay there worried that I was becoming ill again, the pain shifted from my stomach to my right upper leg. This was very strange as it moved as quickly as if I'd picked it up from my stomach and placed it in my leg. I lay there contemplating this for a while and then opened my eyes. As soon as I woke up I was pain free. I then lay in bed wondering if that was all a dream or…
  • Gun man

    Max Walsh
    30 Jul 2015 | 10:25 am
    I almost forgot to post my dream today! It was brief and continues with my American theme this week. I saw another large gas glusler American car sat stationary in a car park. I was walking towards it and could see there was a single occupant in the drivers seat. I approached the drivers side and was happy to see it was work collouege Stu. I walked faster towards the open drivers window to talk to him. When I got level with him I saw that he was holding a pistol. He waved it at me and motioned with it for me to keep walking. He looked menicing and I didn't argue.  
 
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    DoYouRemember?

  • NAIR

    doyouremember
    31 Jul 2015 | 9:44 am
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  • Rediscovering Music from the 1990’s….

    Alexis Velez
    3 Jul 2015 | 10:51 am
    Take a walk down memory lane and Indulge in this musical hits we all loved and enjoyed in our youth and beyond. If you have a song you’d like to recommend for the our next 1990’s playlist please email us a info@doyouremember.com. Click to Vote Now!See Also: You Grew Up In the 90’s If… The post Rediscovering Music from the 1990’s…. appeared first on DoYouRemember?.
  • Rediscovering Music from the 1980’s….

    Alexis Velez
    3 Jul 2015 | 10:47 am
    Take a walk down memory lane and Indulge in this musical hits we all loved and enjoyed in our youth and beyond. If you have a song you’d like to recommend for the our next 1980’s playlist please email us a info@doyouremember.com. Click to Vote!See Also: You Grew Up in the 80’s If… The post Rediscovering Music from the 1980’s…. appeared first on DoYouRemember?.
  • Rediscovering Music from the 1970’s….

    Alexis Velez
    3 Jul 2015 | 10:44 am
    Take a walk down memory lane and Indulge in this musical hits we all loved and enjoyed in our youth and beyond. If you have a song you’d like to recommend for the our next 1970’s playlist please email us a info@doyouremember.com. Click to Vote Now!See Also: You Grew Up in the 70’s If… The post Rediscovering Music from the 1970’s…. appeared first on DoYouRemember?.
  • Rediscovering Music from the 1960’s….

    Alexis Velez
    3 Jul 2015 | 10:42 am
    Take a walk down memory lane and Indulge in this musical hits we all loved and enjoyed in our youth and beyond. If you have a song you’d like to recommend for the our next 1960’s playlist please email us a info@doyouremember.com. Click to Vote Now!See Also: You Grew Up in the 60’s If… The post Rediscovering Music from the 1960’s…. appeared first on DoYouRemember?.
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    The Awesome Daily - Your daily dose of awesome

  • Breathtaking Images Of Rain As Seen From a Plane – Wow

    Awesome Daily Staff
    3 Aug 2015 | 10:15 am
    We always see rain only when it comes near the ground, these images show the rain from above The post Breathtaking Images Of Rain As Seen From a Plane – Wow appeared first on The Awesome Daily - Your daily dose of awesome.
  • 24 Flags Of The World And The Stories Behind Them

    Awesome Daily Staff
    3 Aug 2015 | 6:00 am
    It's common knowledge that every country has its own flag, but no one actually knows what is the meaning behind the world's flags and what they represent. The post 24 Flags Of The World And The Stories Behind Them appeared first on The Awesome Daily - Your daily dose of awesome.
  • This Teeny Tiny Adorable Puppy Has a Big Surprise For You

    Awesome Daily Staff
    2 Aug 2015 | 11:29 am
    What this tiny adorable puppy has planned for you will make you laugh out loud The post This Teeny Tiny Adorable Puppy Has a Big Surprise For You appeared first on The Awesome Daily - Your daily dose of awesome.
  • Couples: You Know That You Are Madly In Love When You…

    Gracie Jane
    2 Aug 2015 | 9:09 am
    How do you know when you're deeply in love with your partner? That's a very good question, in this article we show 10 things that deeply in love couples do The post Couples: You Know That You Are Madly In Love When You… appeared first on The Awesome Daily - Your daily dose of awesome.
  • By The Time You Finish Reading This Headline, Ronda Rousey Already Won Another Fight

    Awesome Daily Staff
    2 Aug 2015 | 5:22 am
    So that made us think of how many other things did Ronda could do in 34 seconds or less other than beating the crap out of everyone. here are a few The post By The Time You Finish Reading This Headline, Ronda Rousey Already Won Another Fight appeared first on The Awesome Daily - Your daily dose of awesome.
 
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    Dummies of the Year

  • 29 Funny Pictures for Today

    Dave
    2 Aug 2015 | 4:05 pm
    Dummies of the Year | Content for Smart People Like You source The post 29 Funny Pictures for Today appeared on Dummies of the Year.
  • 29 Funny Pictures for Today

    Dave
    30 Jul 2015 | 12:37 pm
    Dummies of the Year | Content for Smart People Like You source The post 29 Funny Pictures for Today appeared on Dummies of the Year.
  • 125,000 Babies vs 1 Lion

    Dave
    29 Jul 2015 | 2:19 pm
    Dummies of the Year | Content for Smart People Like You Don’t get me wrong, I don’t agree with what Walter James Palmer did.  That’s if he had knowledge of killing this particular lion.  I’m not into hunting for sport.  I think hunting for food is fine.  Anyway. What I find baffling is how everyone freaked out about 1 lion more than they do about other, more important topics. For example, abortion war s*x trafficking My opinion may not be popular but it is my opinion on my site, so I can have it. The post 125,000 Babies vs 1 Lion appeared on Dummies of the Year.
  • Tom Cruise Hanging From a Plane While it’s Taking Off!

    Dave
    29 Jul 2015 | 8:56 am
    Dummies of the Year | Content for Smart People Like You Why Tom Cruise chooses to do these stunts I don’t know.  But I have to say that I respect his movies all the more when he takes risks like this. The post Tom Cruise Hanging From a Plane While it’s Taking Off! appeared on Dummies of the Year.
  • The Horrible Truth of How Peanut Butter is Really Made

    Dave
    25 Jul 2015 | 5:47 am
    Dummies of the Year | Content for Smart People Like You source The post The Horrible Truth of How Peanut Butter is Really Made appeared on Dummies of the Year.
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    8 Bit Nerds

  • How Many European Countries Colonized?

    Nathaniel
    2 Aug 2015 | 5:27 am
    Here is the number of colonies each European 1)Complete List of Eurovision Song Contest Winners 1956 to Today Country had in the past. It would seem with the exception of Russia, 2)Super Mario as Joseph Stalin in the Communist Russian Plot to Take Over the World! Western and Northern Europe had by far the most colonies, while Eastern Europe hardly had any colonies. Maybe this is because the Western European countries were closer to the ocean…..who knows. source 3)Jakub Marian — Language learning, science & art United Kingdom = 115 4)Tag Archives: United Kingdom France = 53 5)Tag…
  • Monthly Power Up Vol. 3 Issue 6

    Dave
    1 Aug 2015 | 7:07 am
    Well look at that! Binky earned this months trophy. At first glance it looks like Yoda, 1)Yoda Candy Bowl Perfect for any Holiday but on closer inspection one can clearer see that it is a chocolate filled Easter 2)10 Galactically Awesome Star Wars Easter Eggs Yoda. Enjoy Binky. Thank you to every one who participated in the community of 8 Bit Nerds in the month of July! Top July Commenters Binky (52) Nathaniel7 (36) Tony McGurk (15) Bill Murphy (11) Kit Karidoo (4) Gruhn (2) Jason (2) Brad Arnold (1) Top 10 July Posts 1. Game of Thrones: The Major Houses and Their Members 559 views 2. 7…
  • Rowdy Roddy Piper 1954 – 2015

    Dave
    31 Jul 2015 | 10:40 pm
    I’m saddened to hear that one of my favorite childhood wrestlers passed away on July 30, 2015.  Roddy Piper died of cardiac arrest in his sleep.  You will be missed Roderick George Toombs. If you’re reading this in an email, click here to watch the video.
  • Cute Piggy Taking a Cool Refreshing Shower

    Dave
    31 Jul 2015 | 1:27 pm
    It’s time for another cute piggy picture. 1)Cute Piggy Nerding Out on Ice Cream  This pig 2)A piglet taking a shower … You’re welcome! is taking a refreshing, cool shower.  Seriously, this pig has no shame doing this in the public and all. Post Links   [ + ] 1. ↑ Cute Piggy Nerding Out on Ice Cream 2. ↑ A piglet taking a shower … You’re welcome!
  • British is the Most Romantic Language in the World?

    Dave
    31 Jul 2015 | 10:02 am
    Gee Golly, I’m a bit embarrassed to give you the latest video 1)Dating Talk in the U.K. – Anglophenia Ep 34 from Anglophenia. 2)Your Complete Guide to the Latest British Slang  Kate Arnell 3)Kate Arnell on Twitter takes the time to inform us of all the different Brit lingo that is involved in bedroom topics.  Here are some of them: Fit Bang Tidy Fancy Snogging Pulling Copping Off Shagging If you’re reading this in an email, click here to watch the video. Post Links   [ + ] 1. ↑ Dating Talk in the U.K. – Anglophenia Ep 34 2. ↑ Your Complete Guide to the…
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    Bored be gone.

  • Weekly Prize: The sexiest babes [16 Pics]

    Bustaflash
    31 Jul 2015 | 6:10 am
    These super sexy woman are just what you need to end your week on an up. The post Weekly Prize: The sexiest babes [16 Pics] appeared first on Bored be gone..
  • AmazonPrime the home of the new Top Gear [News]

    Bustaflash
    30 Jul 2015 | 5:44 am
    The 3 amigos are coming back to your subscription screens in 2016 after signing with AmazonPrime. Any guesses what they are going to name the new show? Click through to read the full story. Source: mirror.co.ukThe post AmazonPrime the home of the new Top Gear [News] appeared first on Bored be gone..
  • Jackass dentist pays $55k to kill beloved protected Lion [News]

    Bustaflash
    30 Jul 2015 | 3:32 am
    American dentist decides to spend $55k to hunt and kill Cecil the protected Lion in Zimbabwe. The reaction of the world is exactly as expected. Click through to read the full story. Source: distractify.comThe post Jackass dentist pays $55k to kill beloved protected Lion [News] appeared first on Bored be gone..
  • Dog carrying the shopping [Video]

    Bustaflash
    25 Jul 2015 | 11:57 pm
    This dog is more useful than your lazy children when it comes to bringing in the shopping.Source:Youtube.comThe post Dog carrying the shopping [Video] appeared first on Bored be gone..
  • Fallout 4 Exploration Gameplay [Video]

    Bustaflash
    18 Jul 2015 | 7:34 pm
    November cannot come around fast enough for Fallout 4.Source:Youtube.comThe post Fallout 4 Exploration Gameplay [Video] appeared first on Bored be gone..
 
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    Fun71 - Home of Fun and Entertainment » Fun71 - Home of Fun and Entertainment

  • Bheega Ye Badan Tera Song Sunny Leon

    Admin
    3 Aug 2015 | 7:46 am
    Bheega ye badan tera is a famous song of bollywood film industry. It is picturised on Ram kapoor and sunny leon. Sunny is very famous in her unfear acting. In this video she is also do wonderful acting and she expressed her full emotion. We hope you will watch this video. Bheega Ye Badan Tera song from movie( Kuch Kuch… by faisalsyed091 The post Bheega Ye Badan Tera Song Sunny Leon appeared first on Fun71 - Home of Fun and Entertainment.
  • Saanson Ko Jeene Ka Ishara Song Video

    Admin
    3 Aug 2015 | 12:42 am
    It is very interesting video song. We hope you will share this song. Sanson Ko Jeene Ka Ishara Mil Gaya Full Song HD… by aamirkha The post Saanson Ko Jeene Ka Ishara Song Video appeared first on Fun71 - Home of Fun and Entertainment.
  • Indian Beauty

    Admin
    2 Aug 2015 | 10:18 pm
    In this picture, you can see the indian beauty. The girl is looking very innocent and she is too much attractive. It is real beauty which people likes. The post Indian Beauty appeared first on Fun71 - Home of Fun and Entertainment.
  • Shahid Afridi Jay Na War Khali Funny Song

    Admin
    2 Aug 2015 | 11:52 am
    It is very funny and interesting song on cricket. This song is special gift for cricket lovers. Jay na war khali is the best entertainment cricket song. We hope you will share this video song. Tum Ko Kasam Hai Meri Na Jaye War Khali… by muhammadayazkhursheed The post Shahid Afridi Jay Na War Khali Funny Song appeared first on Fun71 - Home of Fun and Entertainment.
  • Lover Wallpaper Hd

    Admin
    2 Aug 2015 | 8:43 am
    It is very beautiful wallpaper of love. People likes those wallpaper which are beautiful and excellent and also good looking. The present wallpaper is one of those wallpapers. We hope you will share this wallpaper. The post Lover Wallpaper Hd appeared first on Fun71 - Home of Fun and Entertainment.
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    Newfie Blog

  • Welcome Back!

    tcard
    28 Jul 2015 | 11:44 am
    Well howdy all! It’s been a long time since I wrote in my blog so we got a lot to cover. The only tricky part will be trying to figure out where to start. Firstly, I’d like to send out my sincere condolences to all Newfoundland residents including my family, friends and the like. I know you are all really saddened at this time. I am very sorry for your loss. I never thought it were possible, but I have been proven wrong once again. Summer has completely skipped Newfoundland this year. I can’t believe it. Usually I would say something like that as a joke. This year the jokes…
  • Barrel of Oil is at an All Time Low

    tcard
    24 Jan 2015 | 5:56 pm
    I can’t be the only person out there who is loving the gas prices these days. Two weeks ago I went out and filled my gas tank for 76.9 cents/litre. Now prices are in the mid 80 cent range. I thought I’d never see prices this low ever again. Actually, not too long ago I was thinking I’d never see prices below a dollar again. Boy was I ever wrong.   So any theories as to why prices have fallen so rock bottom within weeks? Very odd isn’t it? How could this be? Personally, I don’t believe the reasons we’re being spoon fed for one minute.  If there’s…
  • Welcome to the 21st Century!

    tcard
    26 Oct 2014 | 7:01 pm
    It’s been a sad week here in Ottawa after a gunman shot and killed a military officer and then made his way to Parliament Hill and inside the building where he opened fire on people there. Luckily no one else was injured, largely due to the efforts of sergeant-at-arms Kevin Vickers, who shot the gunman before he could do more harm. The gunman has now been identified, whose name I will not mention. I can’t believe that after 13 years, Parliament Hill wasn’t better prepared for such an incident. It doesn’t say much about our elected representatives if since 9/11 no one…
  • Oh Canada! Say it isn’t so!

    tcard
    23 Sep 2014 | 8:31 pm
    I have to apologize before I even start writing tonight, because I really feel like ranting. It’s been over a week after all since I last wrote an article. I knew it would only be a matter of time before I blew my top.   I was watching the evening news a couple of days ago and heard them talking about our National Anthem. Apparently “Oh Canada” is not gender neutral enough, and they want to change the words to make it more inclusive. What a pile of monkey crap.   I would think there are more pressing issues in this country right now than picking on the Anthem. What…
  • Need Some Extra Cash? Look no Further

    tcard
    9 Sep 2014 | 7:58 pm
    Need some extra cash? Look no further than your garage or basement! Yes, you heard me right. I don’t have some lame product I’m trying to shove down your throat, or some tear jerking success story. I just have facts. Over the past 16 years my wife Carole and I have been together, I’ve learnt that most of us accumulate a lot of “stuff”. Notice I used the word “stuff” and not “junk”. That’s key here, because what you might think is junk, actually is worth something to someone. If you’re real lucky, some people may be prepared…
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    Izzy Laif - video review, tutorial, testimonial

  • Windows was unable to locate required install file boot.wim

    izzylaif
    31 Jul 2015 | 6:45 pm
    Windows was unable to locate required install file boot.wim Error code 0x80070002 You get this error while trying to update your Windows 7 or 8 to Windows 10 via Windows Update. Well, obviously it is not working for you. Give up. Give up and use the Media Creation Tool. It will download Windows 10 and create a bootable media to both update your existing setup and more importantly – perform a clean install, while retaining your existing Windows Licence to get that free Windows 10 activation! Finally you don’t need to use Windows Update to get your free Windows 10 key.
  • Old volume control style in Windows 10

    izzylaif
    25 Jul 2015 | 2:28 am
    So you updated to Windows 10, and the volume control is dreadful. How to get the old volume control back? Well, just open your registry editor and add this parameter EnableMtcUvc=0 to the following location. HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\MTCUVC Reboot, and you’ll get the old mixer back. If you don’t like to mess with the registry manually, download this zip archive with the required reg file. Unzip it and run to add the line to the registry. Then reboot your PC or simply restart explorer.exe to get the old volume control back. To revert the change, just delete…
  • Engine Error Error Loading swf file

    izzylaif
    24 Jul 2015 | 1:23 pm
    CS:GO opens with an Engine Error Error Loading swf file! This means that the integrity of the game is broken, perhaps some files are missing or damaged, and you need to redownload the game. But if you have downloaded the game several times and it still doesn’t work, check your antivirus. Perhaps there is a quarantined or blocked file. So add the whole game folder to exceptions, or uninstall the antivirus. Please note that even if you think you don’t have antivirus software installed that doesn’t mean you don’t. Starting with Windows 7 it comes with default Windows…
  • Card declined by issuing bank

    izzylaif
    21 Jul 2015 | 12:10 pm
    If you get an error Card declined by issuing bank. Please try your credit card using the PayPal option above. while trying to pay for your purchase online, this error may be caused by two things. If you see the transaction in the card issuer bank transaction report in red declined status, that means you probably entered some of the card information wrong, like the valid through date. So enter everything correctly and the transaction should complete. If you do enter everything correctly but still get this error, the online shop may be using a card processing service that declines your card.
  • Remove Windows 10 update notification from tray

    izzylaif
    2 Jun 2015 | 2:57 am
    So you agreed to get Windows 10 update, but the Updater icon is still in your Windows tray and keeps nagging you with ads? Even if you haven’t opted for the update, is still annoys you from the tray? Well, this icon came to you with this Windows Update KB3035583 back in April 2015. It enables ads on your desktop. So remove this update either in Control Panel or by issuing this command in elevated administrator command prompt wusa.exe /uninstall /kb:3035583 You will also have to hide this particular update in Windows Update Center to block it, or it will be fetched again with the next…
 
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    HOURDOSE

  • Rudrasimhasanam : Throne of Pain

    Aswin Bharadwaj
    3 Aug 2015 | 5:43 am
    After the disastrous Praise The Lord, director Shibu Gangadharan teams up with Ananthabhadram screen writer Sunil Parameshwaran for a Thanthric Thriller titled Rudrasimhasanam. Well the movie is nothing short of torture and by the end of almost three hours inside the cinema hall, you might end up hating everything that is thanthric. Lets look why Rudrasimhasanam is a difficult one to sit through. The direction is poor. The format seems to be heavily dramatic where everyone is so keen to be sophisticated about everything they talk about. The amateur drama feel Shibu Gangadharan creates never…
  • Ayaal Njanalla: Fahadh Faasil Show

    Aswin Bharadwaj
    3 Aug 2015 | 1:14 am
    Fahadh Faasil who has taken a short break from the movies for a while has returned to the silver screen with the movie Ayaal Njanalla. It marks the directorial debut of actor Vineeth Kumar and the story is written by Ranjith. With the basic plot having this believability issue, Ayaal Njanalla manages to be an engaging one time watch with the help of performances. Lets look at the ups and downs. UPS: Just like most of his movies, Fahadh Faasil and his performance is the best part of the movie. He is playing the role of a lower middle class guy who is forced to play a con man. The actor…
  • Sakalakala Vallavan Appatakkar : Too Much To Tolerate

    Aswin Bharadwaj
    2 Aug 2015 | 12:14 pm
    Director Suraj well known for making mass masala movies has come with his new movie titled Sakalakala Vallavan Appatakkar starring Jayam Ravi. With an outdated formula getting presented with all stupidity, the supposed to be comical Sakalakala Vallavan is really a painful experience. Lets look at the reasons why the movie fails terribly. The direction is old school stuff. Exaggerations and illogical plot deviations are abundant and it has been treated like a stage skit. The modern day trend of blaming relationships over a bottle of Alcohol is also there in the movie and Suraj has no intention…
  • Pixels : Pixelated Script

    Aswin Bharadwaj
    2 Aug 2015 | 9:36 am
    It was there in the news for a while because of its peculiar content that sounded interesting. But when you watch the movie you will realize that all the peculiarity has been wasted by the makers by presenting a dull entertainer with clichés and a few counter dialog jokes. Lets look at the reasons why Pixels doesn’t work for a mature audience. The basic stuff is of course the script and here we don’t have anything novel about the script. The absurdity in writing is evident and we can’t call that as spoof entertainment. The Americans should have given some respect to the American…
  • Drishyam : Cop Vs Culprit

    Aswin Bharadwaj
    2 Aug 2015 | 8:29 am
    So finally the Hindi version of Drishyam has released and Nishikant Kamat has done a fair enough job to make it as exciting as the original one. With visible directorial differences from the original one, Drishyam is an exciting remake that could have been wonderful if the acting part was superb. Lets have a look at the ups and downs of the movie in comparison to the original. Positives: Even though he has given a different kind of perspective, Nishikant Kamat succeeds in making this Drishyam exciting. The partitioning of family bonding in the original one had more of jolly mood and Kamat in…
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    Kellys Reality: Fashion, Fitness and Funny Stories from the Dr.s Wife

  • He's Here!

    2 Aug 2015 | 6:20 pm
    Well he has actually been here for 6 weeks now. I'm finally coming out of the zombie sleep deprived mode and wanted to share a couple pictures. I have a fantastically talented friend who took some newborn shots for us and I am thrilled at how they turned out.We were able to use his dads stethoscope and reflex hammer and incorporate it in these shots-so fun!I found the cutest little scrub set when I first found out I was pregnant and seeing him in them was just the cutest thing ever :) Being a mom is by far the best thing I have ever done, every exhausting minute. The love you can have for…
  • Baby Boy Nursery Tour

    26 May 2015 | 9:38 am
    We finally got our nursery finished this weekend! I will be 36 weeks pregnant tomorrow and its so nice to have this crossed off the list. Now all it needs is a little boy to complete the look :)Even before we found out we were having a boy I knew I wanted to do a classy, more mature neutral nursery. I loved the look of restoration hardware baby rooms and set out to replicate that but in my own way.I went with a pallet of neural colors. The paint color is coventry grey by Benjamin Moore and I am so pleased with it. I could have paired really any colors with it, such a fabulous neutral. In fact…
  • Picture Perfect

    23 Apr 2015 | 2:35 pm
    Checking in at 31 weeks pregnant today. I have felt phenomenal throughout the whole pregnancy and am so lucky to really be able to enjoy this time fully. Still wearing heels and have probably felt more confident with a baby belly than I ever have pre-pregnancy. I can't wrap my head around the fact that we will be meeting our son in the single digit weeks now!A friend of mine who is a photographer shot some maternity pictures this past weekend I have to share. She is so talented and I love how they turned out. We shot at a nature preserve and the rain held off just long enough to get some…
  • Bahamas Babymoon

    24 Mar 2015 | 1:46 pm
    Ive been majorly neglecting the blog. I swear I feel like it's been pretty boring over here and didn't really have too much to post. Then next thing ya know it's 3 months later. So here goes nothing...My husband and I recently returned from our babymoon (aka our last vacation as a family of two). I'm almost 27 weeks pregnant now (how did that happen!!??) and this was really a glorious trip we had such a nice time. I've been feeling fantastic thoughout my pregnancy and this was a perfect time to travel. We stayed at the Sandals Royal Bahamian in Nassau. The resort was all inclusive and…
  • Oh baby!

    28 Dec 2014 | 7:25 am
    I haven't blogged in forever, I am such a slacker! But I wanted to pop on here and share the good news with everyone. After trying for over a year and just beginning the process of fertility testing and treatments I am thrilled to announce that I am pregnant and expecting a baby in June!!Here was our announcement photo. We had an incredible photographer (who we are using to shoot our maternity and newborn pics) snap a few trial runs to use an announcement/facebook pictures. We are so happy with how they turned out!We wanted a unique reveal because my husband is a surgeon so we went with a…
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    Famous Clowns

  • International Clown Hall of Fame inductees

    Tom Raymond
    24 Jul 2015 | 9:56 am
    The International Clown Hall of Fame honors individuals who have made a significant contribution to the art of clowning. There are three categories that a clown can be inducted into: Active Inactive Historical A minimum of 25 years of clown experience is required to be eligible for the Active and Inactive categories. Clowns who had a […] The post International Clown Hall of Fame inductees appeared first on Famous Clowns.
  • George Carl

    Tom Raymond
    23 Jul 2015 | 8:52 am
    George Carl (May 7, 1916 – January 1, 2000) was a gifted pantomime slapstick artist and vaudevillian style clown. George Carl was born in Ohio, and started his comedy career traveling with a variety of circuses during his teenage years. In time, Carl would later become internationally famous as a clown and pantomime artist. The […] The post George Carl appeared first on Famous Clowns.
  • Grandma’s Boy

    Tom Raymond
    12 Jul 2015 | 10:05 pm
    Grandma’s Boy (1922) starring Harold Lloyd, Mildred Davis Grandma’s Boy is the story of a quiet, shy, and yes, cowardly young man played by Harold Lloyd. His childhood is shown in flashback, humorously showing his cowardly nature — which gets him in further trouble as he’s courting his girlfriend (Mildred Davis) only to be intimidated […] The post Grandma’s Boy appeared first on Famous Clowns.
  • Welcome to Famous Clowns

    Tom Raymond
    5 Jul 2015 | 6:18 pm
    Welcome to FamousClowns.org, a web site dedicated to the history and performance of clowning. Famous Clowns is run by Tom Raymond, who performs at a professional clown as Raynbow the Clown in Madison, Wisconsin, U.S.A. What can you do here? There’s a free tutorial on starting clowning, articles on topics such as the Clown Commandments, […] The post Welcome to Famous Clowns appeared first on Famous Clowns.
  • Bob “Hambone” Hamilton (1929-1998)

    Tom Raymond
    11 Jun 2015 | 1:09 pm
    Bob Hamilton entered the clowning work in 1974 after becoming a Shriner. He maintained a strong association with the Shriners, but also became an influential role model in the Clowns of America organization and the Midwest Clown Association. His forte was in the crafting of clever parade props which won him many trophies and awards. […] The post Bob “Hambone” Hamilton (1929-1998) appeared first on Famous Clowns.
 
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  • Believe It Or Not, There Is A Man Who Lives Without Money!

    Shashank Shekhar Bhatt
    3 Aug 2015 | 12:27 pm
    Yes, you heard that right, there’s a man who lives without money. We are talking about Irishman Mark Boyle, who is famous as The Moneyless Man. Born in 1979, Mark was all over the web and social media. Well known for his online Freeconomy Community, Mark is living without a single penny since 2008. This man is unique in a sense that since the year 2008, he hasn’t made any transaction; neither he earned nor he spent. Well, there is something for which we Indians should be proud of, and the reason behind it is the person who influenced him to leave a lucrative and flamboyant job and…
  • Teenager Solves Rubik’s Cube With Eyes Closed In Just 24.86 Seconds!!

    Smriti Puri
    3 Aug 2015 | 12:01 pm
    Indian people are really talented, be it in science, technology, games or academics. Most of the talent we see around the world is from India itself. We have recently read about the golf player of Haryana and here another child prodigy has shot to fame because of his talent. Meet the teenager boy from Guwahati, Kabyanil Talukdar, who has won the Rubik’s Cube World Championship in Sao Paulo, Brazil, by solving the Rubik’s cube with eyes closed. What an awesome whiz-kid! Have you ever tried walking with your eyes closed or maybe writing with closed eyes?? Well, you will be surprised…
  • The New Law Approves Two Years Child Care Leave For Working Women In Jammu And Kashmir

    Reshmi Nair
    3 Aug 2015 | 4:55 am
    There are many women who quit their jobs because they feel they won’t be able to do justice to their role as a mother. Working mothers find it difficult to get a leave to take care of their child’s studies, health and other needs. The step of providing 2 years child care leave for working women in Jammu and Kashmir by the Government is sure to encourage women to work. The law approving the two-year child care leave for working women in Jammu and Kashmir was approved by the Government on 23 July, 2015. The Finance Department sought the approval from the Chief Minister of J&K Mufti…
  • The Story Of Captain Neikezhakuo Kenguruse – An Unsung Kargil War Hero.

    Rohana Jeyaraj
    2 Aug 2015 | 12:53 pm
    The Kargil War, a major occupant and chapter in India’s recent history, was an armed conflict between India and Pakistan that took place in the year 1999, from May to June in the Kargil city of the Kargil district and other nearby places. The cause for this war was the infiltration of Pakistani militants into the Indian side of the border. Some common names you might have heard of include Grenadier Yogendra Singh Yadav, Lieutenant Manoj Kumar Pandey, Captain Vikram Batra etc. They were honoured with Vir Chakra awards, Param or Mahavir based on the service rendered. Out of the many who…
  • Love Coke? Then You Must Check Out These Major Health Issues Caused By Coke

    Isha Polson
    2 Aug 2015 | 12:30 pm
    A chilled can of coke sounds so good in a hot summer day, but that good feeling won’t last long once you learn about the health issues caused by coke. Read on to know about the ‘alarming facts’ about this fizzy drink we all love. Niraj Naik, an Indian scientist explained the bad effects of Coca-Cola in his blog, Truth Theory. So what happens after this colored water goes down your throat?? In the first ten minutes, ten teaspoons of sugar has entered your system. Yes, TEN teaspoons of SUGAR!! Normally, a person would vomit, but the phosphoric acid in the drink cuts that too-much-sugar…
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  • Bubble Soccer Good Morning America

    Good Morning America
    22 Jul 2015 | 7:25 am
    In case you missed it this morning, bubble soccer (also known as knocker ball) and the National Association of Bubble Soccer was featured on Good Morning America. In case you've never heard of it before, bubble soccer | knocker ball has taken the nation by storm with the National Association of Bubble Soccer.   Check out the video from Good Morning America below!     If you're looking to play bubble soccer | knockerball, you find a provider in your city on the Find A Provider page!   If you're
  • Head Soccer Organization For Bubble Soccer

    Head Soccer Unblocked
    7 Jul 2015 | 7:15 am
    Head soccer organizations are all around the country, ranging from youth soccer to futsal. These head soccer administrations both regulate and organize the facilitation of both exhibitions and tournaments among member teams and divisions. Recently, FIFA the governing organization of the World Cup and deserving title of head soccer unblocked their private documents pertaining to the recent scandal surrounding the organization and submitted them to the FBI for review. While this is an extreme
  • Talking Soccer ? We're Talking Bubble Soccer!

    Talking Soccer
    30 Jun 2015 | 6:04 pm
    Talking soccer ? We're talking bubble soccer! Bubble ball soccer has got the world and the United States talking and bumping into a frenzy, and in case you've never seen it before, check it out!   Bubble ball soccer is the newest form of soccer and is growing exponentially, especially in the talking soccer forum. Seems like the news and media just can't seem to get enough of the latest story about how concussions in soccer are at an all time high. In fact, bubble ball soccer has gotten an
  • Bubble Ball Soccer Success - From The Commissioner

    John Anthony Radosta
    26 Jun 2015 | 3:20 pm
    Whether we're talking about bubble ball soccer or any other business, I wanted to take some time to do a quick post for all our future league administrators and rental providers out there on the potential within this sport and on what it takes to be great at running a succesful bubble soccer operation. As an organization we're now approaching our 40th North American affiliate launch next week and over the course of the last year, we have grown as an organization and learned I would say equally
  • National Association of Bubble Soccer Hits Madison Hard!

    Bubble Soccer Madison
    28 May 2015 | 6:41 am
    Everybody knows that big hits are part of bubble soccer, so its no surprise that the National Association of Bubble Soccer hit Madison, Wisconsin so hard, that it made headlines. Check out our Madison league administrator, Christie Low, serving up some bubbleball mayhem and making a big splash in her community.   To register for league play or contact Christie for a group rental, you can register on the Madison Bubble Ball league page below.    Bubble Soccer Madison Wi  
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  • What Happens One Hour After An Englishman Drinks A Can Of Irn-Bru?

    Gerald
    3 Aug 2015 | 9:26 am
    First 10 Minutes… You will start to feel a little stronger, braver, and self assured. Your own accent suddenly annoys you. 15 Minutes… You notice an interview with David Cameron on the news and feel compelled to throw your shoe at the TV. You don’t know why. 20 Minutes… You look in the mirror and notice that you are a little more handsome and muscular than before. Your voice starts to deepen. 30 Minutes… You have a sudden craving for a full Scottish fry up – complete with black pudding, haggis and tattie scones. Your voice continues to deepen and you start to…
  • 11 (Mostly) Vegan Goodies

    Stess
    21 Jul 2015 | 9:30 am
      1. Chocolate Mousse (Vegan) iquitsugar This decadent mousse takes only 10 minutes to whip up. Make ahead and keep in the fridge for those days you need a quick fix. 2. No Churn Vegan Chocolate Ice Cream minimalistbaker This creamy ice cream is so quick and easy to make…now if you can just wait for it to freeze. 3. Crispy Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies beckybakes Who would have thought it was possible to bake yummy cookies without eggs and butter? 4. No-Bake Double Chocolate Peanut Butter Granola Bars averiecooks This is a gem. Making this ahead of time makes it convenient for…
  • This Graphic Shows How Men’s Suits Have Changed Over The Last 100 Years

    Emma
    9 Jul 2015 | 2:41 pm
    This cool graphic from UK fashion site Mr Style shows how the men’s suit has evolved over the last 100 years. It’s really interesting looking at how much things have changed over the years, but also at how styles tend to come back round into fashion (for example the 90s suits are quite similar to the 60s ones). Oh, and each 20 year period includes 4 different style icons – can you name them all? Check it out below! What’s your favourite era? Personally I just love that classic 60s style! The post This Graphic Shows How Men’s Suits Have Changed Over The Last 100…
  • Top 10 Streaming Apps for Phones and Tablets.

    Stess
    7 Jul 2015 | 2:07 pm
    10. Popcornflix This app requires a login but offers a selection of free movies that don’t need any login. The picture quality is good, nothing HD or 1020, but still good. We’ve found this app a total pain in the butt to cast from (using Chromecast). Popcornflix is good on the small screen but loses quality when cast to a tv. We found that this app offers some classics and good tv shows. 9. Popcorn time We have found this app a little slow at times and that it buffers frequently, it does however have good update. If you can deal with shaky camera quality and…
  • Are These The World’s Most Unusual Best Friends? They Are Certainly The Cutest!

    Gerald
    6 Jul 2015 | 1:04 pm
    Bob, a Golden Retriever from São Paulo, Brazil, has some rather unusual friends. For this pooch likes nothing more than to cuddle up with his chums – who just happen to be 8 birds and a hamster! Check out the amazing pics of Bob, the dog, and his friends cuddling in, playing and climbing all over him below. via Bored Panda The post Are These The World’s Most Unusual Best Friends? They Are Certainly The Cutest! appeared first on favrify.
 
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  • Photos That You Really Need To Look At TWICE To Understand

    Junior W
    22 Jul 2015 | 5:40 am
    Sometimes a photo comes along that catches you completely off guard. You think you know what you saw, but did you really? Sometimes, it looks like you’re seeing something extremely NSFW. Take a seemingly risky closer look though, and you’ll realize that your own mind provided the eye-popping observation; it’s simply a tricky angle or hilariously timed photo! Some of these are a result of sheer luck, whilst others are intended to twist your brain and manipulate it , or let’s just say give it a bit of a work out to shake off any rustiness. Some are just intended to…
  • These Epic Tattoo Fails Will Make you Cringe, Then Smile, Then CRINGE AGAIN !

    Junior W
    22 Jul 2015 | 5:15 am
    Sometimes, inspiration strikes and no amount of careful consideration or friendly advice can stop the YOLO train – you’re getting a wild tattoo! Right on the face? Probably! While we’re not big fans of making fun of others’ lifestyle choices, indulging in a bit of schadenfraude now and again can’t hurt. We gathered some of the most spectacular and hilarious tattoo fails from around the web, and we’re sharing them with you. Enjoy the delicious weirdness! 1. No Ragrets We had to begin with this classic image from the film We’re The Millers. This young…
  • 20 Deep Thoughts That Will Drown Your Brain

    Junior W
    15 Jul 2015 | 3:47 am
    Sometimes, whether you’re on the internet or hanging with friends, a certain thought will be expressed. This thought might be profound or pure nonsense, straddling a fine line that leads straight into the depths of mental immobility. What we’re trying to say is: sometimes people say things that makes your brain take a swan dive into the deep end of the pool, waving goodbye as it sinks to the bottom. These are the kind of thoughts that evoke facepalms and genuine curiosity in equal measure. They might be dangerous, but we think they’re worth it for the fun alone. Prepare your…
  • Beauty From Around The Globe

    Junior W
    15 Jul 2015 | 3:46 am
    What makes a person beautiful? The answer often depends on where you’re at. One of the most wonderful aspects of the wild diversity of culture we humans share on this planet is our incredibly diverse standards of beauty. From nation to nation, coast to coast, we humans tend to hold extremely different values when it comes to attraction, even beyond our distinctively different styles of dress. That being said, we think that a case can be made for universally appreciable beauty. We believe that, with a little cultural understanding and an open mind, anyone can stand in awe of the apex of…
  • Celebrities Who Swing Both Ways

    Junior W
    7 Jul 2015 | 2:48 am
    While tabloid pages are often filled to the brim with questions over celebrities’ sexuality, shouting about who’s gay and who isn’t, we don’t often hear about those who swing both ways. We decided to correct this oversight and celebrate the brave world of bisexuality. These people find something attractive on both ends of the gender spectrum and have no shame in doing so. Why should they? These folks get to experience the best of both worlds when it comes to sex and relationships, and we’re proud to give them a shout out. 1. Megan Fox The former Transformers…
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  • How to Start a Coloring Club in Your Community

    Staff
    1 Aug 2015 | 7:36 am
     Adult coloring books are a stress-busting fad that is taking the world by storm, as I pointed out in my last post with some of my favorite coloring books for adults. More recently, coloring clubs are rising to prominence as a social activity meant to relieve stress with some fellow colorists. These coloring clubs are getting more common but that doesn’t mean there is one nearby. If there isn’t, it’s not that hard to start one! Organizing Your First Event First, you’ll want to gauge the interest in your community. Do you already have a few friends who would join…
  • 75+ Best Coloring Books for Adults

    Staff
    5 Jul 2015 | 12:33 pm
     It’s time to relive your childhood – coloring books are back! Recently, sales of coloring books for grown-ups have skyrocketed, and bookstores are having more trouble keeping certain coloring books on the shelves than even popular titles like 50 Shades of Grey. These bestselling coloring books are billed as “color therapy” or cheap stress relief, a time for adults to unplug from the rush of the digital world and just sit down with a few coloring pages and a nice set of colored pencils. What more could you ask for? A community of “colorists” is growing…
  • Ivy Reclaims an Abandoned Village, and It’s Beautiful

    Staff
    16 Jun 2015 | 4:04 pm
     In the subtropical islands of the Shengsi Archipelago in China, a fishing village lies abandoned, nestled between green mountains and the Yangtze River. Nobody knows how long the village has been in decay, but year after year the ivy has marched on, covering every building in peaceful green. Recently, the photographer Zhou Jie (known on Weibo and elsewhere online as Jane Green) discovered the serene overtaken village and shot these beautiful photos of what she saw. She chose to keep the location of the village a secret so, for now, it will remain undisturbed. Like us on Facebook for…
  • Man Recruits Fake Reality TV Crew to Teach Wife a Lesson

    Staff
    7 Jun 2015 | 1:52 am
     In relationships, there are disagreements and there are disagreements. While some couples argue over the right way to load the dishwasher, some arguments are more serious… and potentially life-threatening. At least, that’s what one San Francisco man thought about his wife’s habits in the kitchen. According to the man, who posted on Craigslist in exasperation, his wife constantly cross-contaminated food and cooking equipment, pulled dirty utensils back out of the sink to prepare food for their children, and didn’t believe in covering food that went into the…
  • Watch This Girl’s Hair Magically Change from Purple to Pink & Back Again

    Staff
    30 May 2015 | 4:00 pm
     First we had The Dress; now, we have Sabrina Abu-Obeid’s magical color-changing hair. When she showed off her new look to her boyfriend DJ, he was amazed to watch it change colors as she moved from room to room. He shared his astonishment and Sabrina didn’t believe him — so he whipped out his iPhone and shot a video to prove it! As Sabrina moves from room to room, her hair magically goes from one shade to another. Meanwhile, DJ is still in awe of the transformation. “Whoa! … WHOA!” Is her hair purple? Blue? Lavender? Pink? Violet? With a chameleon…
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  • Wanna To Get a Tattoo? Stop Right Now and Look at These People First!

    Sekkhaar
    31 Jul 2015 | 8:39 pm
    When someone decides to get a tattoo they get set and fixated on it. Some people don’t even think that there is still a huge chunk of life leftover. Ok, my point is fist stop and take some time to really evaluate your decision to...
  • 7 Scientific Reasons Why You Should Stop Drinking Coke Right Now

    Sekkhaar
    31 Jul 2015 | 2:45 am
    Steve Jobs once called it sugar water. Some science labs across the globe found these cool drinks have pesticides in it though allegedly in permissible levels. Many people across the world are still getting obese even though they stopped eating foods with high-fat content. A...
  • I Thought Becoming an Artist Is Very Difficult Until I Saw These!

    Sekkhaar
    30 Jul 2015 | 10:29 pm
    Do you want to become an artist and be remembered for your creations yet think it’s impossible? If you are that kind of a person who wants to become an artist but don’t know where to start then this article is for you. Clearly, anyone...
  • Men Out There… Few Important Survival Tips For You. Thank Us Later!

    Dosed Staff
    29 Jul 2015 | 9:37 pm
    Life is unpredictable. Events, good and bad happen without our control. We have to accept the fact. That doesn’t mean we need not prepare ourselves as best as we can. If you are a man and have a family then guarding your family is one...
  • 21 Horse Breeds You Never Knew Existed. One With Dalmatian Spots? OMG!

    Dosed Staff
    28 Jul 2015 | 8:19 pm
    Name 3 horse breeds you are familiar with? Or do you know the breed of the most popular horse in your local horse races? Horses alone are such regal and majestic animals. But, these particular breeds of horses are simply put, magical. They look like...
 
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  • Strongman Literally Picks Up And Moves Car Parked In Bike Lane

    Sam Adetoyinbo
    29 Jul 2015 | 3:00 am
    In America, biking is really more of a recreational sport for exercise or enjoyment. For travelling, we mostly use cars. But in much of the world, biking is a simple, healthy, and affordable way to get around town. As a results, many large international cities have bike lanes on the roads. In São Paulo, Brazil, someone parked their car right in the way of the bike lane. One strongman decided to take things into his own hands and literally picked the car up and moved it out of the way to the cheers of other bikers. This clip, appropriately titled ‘The strongest man in
  • 100 Years Of German Beauty

    Sam Adetoyinbo
    29 Jul 2015 | 2:57 am
    Cut Video with another gorgeous episode in their 100 years of beauty series. This time, the cover the makeup and fashion trends in Germany over the past century, covering both East Germany and West Germany after the country was split post-World War II. As usual, their work is simply stunning.
  • Hero Lifeguard Saves Drowning Little Girl At The Beach Just In Time

    Sam Adetoyinbo
    27 Jul 2015 | 3:02 am
    Most people go swimming at the beach without thinking about the lifeguards. But the lifeguards have the very difficult job of keeping countless people safe in a very large area. Australian reality TV show Bondi Rescue features the day-to-day work of the lifeguards at one of the busiest beaches in the world. In this intense scene, a lifeguard notices a little girl begin to drown in the water. He knew he only had 30 seconds to save her and thankfully grabbed her just in time.
  • News Anchor Has A Very Dirty Theory Why Amazon Is More Successful Than Walmart

    Sam Adetoyinbo
    27 Jul 2015 | 2:59 am
    The financial world has been buzzing since Internet retail behemoth Amazon has been assessed as more valuable than Walmart last week. Countless financial talking heads have come up with their own theories why Amazon is so successful and why Walmart is struggling in comparison, but this Channel 2 News anchor seems to think he knows why. And it’s not very appropriate. You can just see his co-anchor cringing. “They’re trying to eat breakfast!”
  • Youtube Complaints 2015

    Sam Adetoyinbo
    27 Jul 2015 | 2:57 am
    There’s no doubt that one of the most popular websites in the entire world is YouTube. You can find nearly everything on the largest video streaming site, from hilarious comedy sketches, to news, to educational videos. But now that YouTube has become so prevent, viewers and content creators are finding more and more things to complain about. After covering it before, Barely Productions is back with another hilarious episode of their annual YouTube complaints in real life.
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  • Drake Vs. Meek Mill: A Battle of Public Image

    Blessing
    30 Jul 2015 | 10:03 pm
    Guys, I’m charged up. Question: What do you get when you have a rapper that talks too much, another rapper  who apparently has a ghostwriter, a handful of “diss” songs, and the internet? You get the best week that Twitter could ask for. Over the past week, professional tweeter Meek Mill has been taking multiple L’s because of a situation that he put himself in. If you’re unfamiliar with the whole debacle, basically Meek Mill decided that he was going to be salty for some reason and tweet some unfavorable things about famous childhood actor Aubrey…
  • Rocket League is Your New Favorite Game

    Blessing
    21 Jul 2015 | 11:22 am
    For the last two weeks, I’ve been preoccupied by what can only be described as “genius” in video game form. Rocket League is a beautiful idea that someone should have pulled off a long time ago. It combines two of the world’s favorite things: Soccer and RC cars. The game is free this month on PlayStation Plus for PlayStation 4 and is highly recommended. It features two teams of cars duking it out in a World Cup like setting. The game is complete with nitro, a giant ball, explosions, and sound effects that will turn any regular match into a hyped-filled, competitive…
  • WATCH! Rey King Grudges Video

    Daramola
    15 Jul 2015 | 10:30 am
    Miami native Rey King has been making his rounds in the South Florida music scene for little over a while now but after taking a break for a few years he is back with a vengeance and he has just the right sound to go with it. The Grammy nominated producer and singer/songwriter bares his heart and soul on Grudges which also serves as the title track for his EP. Rey King is also a recipient of a couple of ASCAP awards for his work with Sony Music Latin artist Leslie Grace. With a pretty impressive resume, King has  a lot up his sleeves and Grudges is simply just a tip of the iceberg. In…
  • Assassin’s Creed in Real Life Is The Coolest Thing Ever

    Daramola
    13 Jul 2015 | 9:02 pm
    If you’re a fan of the Assassin’s Creed video game series, the one thing I’m sure a lot of you will appreciate is a real life live action version of the video game. Just like me, many people have been requesting these for a minute and while there’s no official version of what could possibly be a movie, fans around the world have put out their own live action version of the video game series on YouTube. However, this one might just be the best one out. Watch the video above and let me know what you think. From the looks of it, it seems like there’s a lot to be…
  • MEXICAN DRUG LORD El Chapo Escapes Prison For The Second Time

    Daramola
    12 Jul 2015 | 5:28 pm
    We put up an article a while back on the arrest of Mexican drug Lord, El Chapo Guzman and how his home was raided. Well word is he just escaped from prison for the second time and the Mexican government mounted an all the way in manhunt on Sunday. According to reports, he escaped from the maximum security prison through a 1 mile tunnel from an opening in the shower area of his cell. © AP Photo/Marco Ugarte Federal police inspect a drainage pipe outside the Altiplano maximum security prison in Almoloya, west of Mexico City, Sunday, July 12, 2015. Mexico’s most powerful drug lord,…
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  • The mystery of the serial pooper

    Somethin' Decent
    30 Jul 2015 | 12:33 pm
    Do you enjoy playing golf? Have you ever gone to get your ball out of the hole, just to realise there is some brown, stinking goo all over your hand and it? Well, if you play golf in south-west Norway’s Stavanger golf course there is a strong possibility that you may well have been struck by the mythical ‘serial pooper’. The bare arsed intruder has been making a rather controversial use of the golf courses holes for the past ten years, opting to use them as his preferred place to take a peaceful dump. That’s right, there is a fella who, one day, decided to start taking…
  • Photobomb makes a reporter jump

    Somethin' Decent
    30 Jul 2015 | 9:54 am
    We’ve all seen videos of people photobombing news reporters and whatnot, right? Well this guy seems to have managed to scare the life out of an American news reporter, while she was recording for a show. Quite funny. The post Photobomb makes a reporter jump appeared first on Somethin' Decent.
  • Top Gear crew to join Amazon

    Somethin' Decent
    30 Jul 2015 | 9:48 am
    Since Jeremy Clarksons highly publicised bust up with then Top Gear producer Tymond Oisin, which lead to his sacking and the resignation of co-hosts Hammond & May, there has been a lot of debate as to what was going to happen with the BBCs most popular TV show. Months after the announcement, former Big Breakfast host Chris Evans – a known car enthusiast – was touted to become the new face of Top Gear on BBC and the rumours regarding the futures of Hammond, Clarkdson & May started flying around. Today it seems those rumours have been put to bed with the trio, along with…
  • 1000 people play ‘Learn To Fly’ by Foo Fighters

    Somethin' Decent
    30 Jul 2015 | 8:50 am
    A group of 1000 musicians has teamed up to ask Dave Grohl to go to Italy and play a gig for them. They did so in an extremely creative way, by joining forces and playing the song, LEarn To Fly, by the Foo Fighters. Check it out and enjoy. The post 1000 people play ‘Learn To Fly’ by Foo Fighters appeared first on Somethin' Decent.
  • Cat fail

    Somethin' Decent
    28 Jul 2015 | 7:55 am
    We all love cats, right? Well, we all also love to see fails, right? Here is a combination of the two very much loved topics from the internet. Its a short video of a cat failing to run through a glass patio door, spoiler, the door is actually open. The post Cat fail appeared first on Somethin' Decent.
 
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  • Brief History of Manhattan

    ShakeThat!
    29 Jul 2015 | 10:27 am
    Manhattan is a hugely popular cocktail made out of concocting whiskey, bitters, and sweet vermouth. Presently, one can use whiskey of his choice but traditionally, rye was used. Manhattan is listed as one of the 6 basic drinks in “The Fine Art of Mixing Drinks”, a hugely popular classic by David Embury. Most of the historians believed for the longest time that Manhattan originated from the famous Manhattan Club in New York in the late 19th Century. As per the accounts, Dr. Iain Marshall is credited with being the inventor of this drink. It was served for the first time in a banquet hosted…
  • Cocktail Glasses – A Beginners Guide

    ShakeThat!
    27 Jul 2015 | 9:11 am
    Any cocktail can be served in a jelly jar but using the right cocktail glass is certainly important as it makes them elegant and can make a good impression on the drinker. Most of the cocktails are traditionally served chilled and contain an aromatic element. A rule to remember, stronger the drink, smaller the glass. A standard cocktail glass contains 13 centilitres (4.5 US fl oz), whereas large glass of 18-35 centilitres or more are also available. A number of cocktail glasses are available for various cocktails to better suit the drinks and taste. Martini Glasses These are icon for…
  • Brief History of Classic Mojito

    ShakeThat!
    27 Jul 2015 | 6:08 am
    Mojito is a traditional Cuban highball made up of five ingredients and having rum as alcoholic base. Mojito is very popular among alcohol starters due to it having relatively low alcoholic content. In today’s time there are hundreds of variations of Mojito and especially its mocktail counterparts are quite popular among teetotalers. Havana, the capital city of Cuba, is attributed with being the birth place of classic mojito. The most commonly accepted story goes like this – In late 16th century, after successfully raiding at Cartagena da Indias, when Sir Francis Drake sailed towards…
  • Getting Started with Basic Barware

    ShakeThat!
    24 Jul 2015 | 4:34 am
    Once you’ve decided that you want a home bar, one of the hardest decisions you’ve got to make is how to stock it. Alcohol aside, you need to have a good selection of barware if you want to be able to mix up your favorite drinks. From jiggers to collins glasses, we’re going to show you what you need to get started with a set of basic barware. Shot Glasses It almost doesn’t even bear mentioning, but make sure you have a set of shot glasses. If you like to throw back whiskey, then any old shot glass will do. But if you’re going to make mixed or layered shots, you’ll want to find a…
  • Brief History of Martini

    ShakeThat!
    24 Jul 2015 | 4:20 am
    Today we will talk about the history and origins of the world famous cocktail “Martini”. Who doesn’t know Martini!! Martini along with mojito and margarita are considered to be the face of classical cocktails. As per IBA, martini should be made with 6 parts of gin and 1 part of dry vermouth, stirred well, and served in a chilled martini cocktail glass, garnished with olive. And martini is a drink which hasn’t undergone any stark transitions over these many years, unlike margarita or mojito. There are many prevalent theories surrounding the origins of Martini. Martini recipes similar…
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