Thursday, February 28, 2013

Biggest lie

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Mika Brzezinski MSNBC anchor refuses to air Paris Hilton junk





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Making Dad Proud

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Reading Test






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Helpful Advice

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How low can you go?

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Monday, February 25, 2013

A man got locked out of his hotel room. Naked.




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Pro and cons of co-habitation

























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An open letter to the dustpan

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Where will you be?

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Random Trivia

  • The brain of a roach is located inside its body. If it loses its head, it can live up to nine days.
  • The cesium atom in an atomic clock pulses 9,192,631,770 -- just over 9 billion -- times a second.
  • The custom of shaking hands with strangers was meant to show both the parties that neither was holding a gun.
  • The earliest known same-sex ceremony was in 65 A.D. and Nero himself married the couple.
  • The Earth is traveling around the sun at 67,000 miles per hour or about 18.6 miles per second.
  • The Euthanasia Coaster, a rollercoaster conceived by a Lithuanian student, produces enough force to kill a person - 10 Gs .
  • The farthest point from the center of the Earth is on the top of Chimborazo volcano in Ecuador at 20,561 feet.
  • The fastest car on the planet in 1898 broke the land-speed record with a blistering 39.24 miles per hour.
  • The fastest known mammal muscles belong to bats, which use the muscles to send out echolocation calls.
  • The fastest motion of any joint in any athlete is the shoulder rotation in baseball pitching.
  • The fastest shark is the Shortfin Mako, which can swim up to 60 miles per hour.
  • The fastest spacecraft ever launched reached a breakneck speed of 44 miles per second! They were the 1974/76 Helios solar probes.
  • The first drug law in America was in San Francisco and meant to prohibit "Chinese opium dens."
  • The first novel ever written on a typewriter was “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer.”
  • The first rover to land on Mars only transmitted 15 seconds of data before a storm blew it over.
  • The first synthetic dye was the color mauve, created when chemist William Perkin, trying to find a cure for malaria, instead created a massive mauve mess.
  • The great great grandfather of Barack Obama came from Moneygall, County Offaly in Ireland.
  • The heart of a blue whale weighs about 1,300 pounds and is the size of a small car.
  • The human brain operates on 10 watts of power, about the same as an old-fashioned Christmas tree light.
  • The humanoid robot I-Fairy married Tomohiro Shibata and Satoko Inoue in Tokyo on May 16, 2010 in the first-ever robot-led wedding ceremony.
  • The hummingbird flaps its wings 40 to 90 times per second.
  • The koala does not need to drink liquids. The majority of their water comes from the leaves they eat.
  • The largest "killer" solar flare ever observed had the energy of 50 million trillion atomic bombs. It was unleashed by the star II Pegasi.
  • The largest desert in the world is in Antarctica.
  • The largest recorded tsunami was a wave 1,720 feet tall – over a quarter mile high. It struck Lituya Bay, Alaska, in 1958.
  • The largest solar storm in recorded history - the "Carrington Event" in 1859 - was so powerful it caused telegraph cables to spark, electrocuting operators.
  • The London transportation system called "the tube" is the first and the largest underground system in the world.
  • The Mayan "Long Count" Calendar never foretold doomsday. The modern marathon was modeled on a run by a Greek soldier in 490 BCE from Marathon to Athens (about 25 miles) to inform the Athenians the outcome of the battle with invading Persians.
  • The moon smells (and tastes) like burnt gunpowder. No one is quite sure why.
  • The Netherlands has more tornadoes by area than any other country in the world.
  • The number of people who were ever born in the world totals more than 100 billion.
  • The periodic table was engraved onto a single hair from the head of chemist Martyn Poliakoff as a birthday present to him from colleagues.
  • The pistol shrimp makes such a loud noise that it can kill fish.
  • The slowest mammal on earth is the tree sloth. It moves at 6 feet per minute.
  • The snowbound Donner Party, before perishing in the Sierra Nevada, ate pets, bones, twigs, glue, strings and finally each other.
  • Three continents – Africa, South America, and Antarctica – have never hosted an Olympics.
  • To find a hidden triple rainbow after a storm, look towards the sun.
  • To take an oath, ancient Romans had to put a hand on their testicles.
  • Triton, Neptune's largest moon, is the only moon in the solar system that orbits in the opposite direction.
  • Triton, Neptune's largest moon, was probably once a dwarf planet, stolen from the Kuiper Belt.
  • Uranus is the only planet in the solar system that orbits the sun on its side.
  • Vice-President Andrew Johnson took his presidential oath while completely drunk. According to the New York Times, he was “glassy-eyed and smelling of whiskey.”
  • Weighing in at 980 pounds, Paul Mason is currently the world’s heaviest man.
  • Whale milk is 50 percent fat - around 10 times the fat content of human milk.
  • What became Coca-Cola was intended to be a cure for headaches when Atlanta pharmacist John Pemberton concocted it.
  • You can determine the temperature outside by counting cricket chirps.
  • Your mobile phone could be more than 400 times more powerful than the computers that helped NASA astronauts land on the moon in 1969.
  • The first moon colonists will likely live in lunar caves.
  • A pinhead-sized amount of neutron star material would weigh a million tons.
  • A pulsar is a rapidly spinning neutron star that blasts radiation from its poles.
  • Methane exists in Mars' atmosphere, but scientists aren't sure where it comes from -- living things or volcanoes.
  • Solar storms can knock out satellites, turning them into satellites that are dead but still move: "zombiesats."
  • Space station astronauts see 16 sunrises and 16 sunsets every day.
  • The Hubble Space Telescope has carried out over a million scientific observations and adds more all the time.
  • The Milky Way is thought to contain up to 400 billion stars.
  • Our galaxy may contain over 50 billion alien worlds, according to calculations.
  • It takes light 100,000 years to travel from one end of the Milky Way galaxy to the other.
  • The oldest star discovered in our galaxy is 13.2 billion years old.
  • There's enough water on the moon to fulfill Seattle's water needs for three years.
  • The POOP SCOOP Robot walks your dog and picks up its poop for the low cost of $400,000.
  • 123456 is the most common password hacked. Change your password.
  • Steve Jobs's biological half-sister is Mona Simpson, the author.
  • Giant amoebas called xenophyophores live in the ocean 6.6 miles down, in the crushing depths of the Mariana Trench.
  • A Roman-era couple, buried together, has been holding hands for 1,500 years.
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart may have died from a lack of Vitamin D.
  • High-flying fleas get airborne by pushing off with their toes rather than with their knees.
  • More than 200 million tons of human waste goes untreated every year.
  • In developing nations, up to 20% of girls drop out of school because they have no place to go to the bathroom.
  • There is 25 times more solar energy available every year than the Earth's total coal reserves.
  • The 62 trillion SPAM emails sent each year produce as many CO2 emissions as 1.6 million cars.
  • Nearly 80 percent of land-dwelling species disappeared 252 million years ago. Of all animals, only humans blush, and we begin to blush at about three years old.
  • Our hair and nails do not continue to grow after we die. They just appear to as our other body parts dry out and contract.
  • A healthy human hair is almost as strong as copper wire of the same diameter.
  • Round hair follicles produce straight hair, oval follicles curly hair.
  • Rigor mortis begins within six hours of death, starting with the eyelids.
  • The spider has more than 3,000 sensors embedded in its exoskeleton – the better to track you.
  • Women sprinters are more likely to get away with false starts because of their lighter weight.
  • Bacteria in your gut can affect your weight and even your behavior.
  • There has been only one documented case since 1974 of a deadly Halloween treat killing a child. His father did it.


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Suitcase Scooter

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Seasons when you live in the North

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Case of the Mondays














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Saturday, February 23, 2013

True Facts About The Chameleon




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Double Back Flip

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Train

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Speeding Ticket

He got his brand new Corvette convertible out of the dealership. Taking off down the road, he floored it to 80 mph, enjoying the wind blowing through what little hair he had left. "Amazing," he thought as he flew down I-75, pushing the pedal even more. Looking in his rear view mirror, he saw the highway patrol behind him, blue lights flashing and siren blaring.

He floored it to 100mph, then 110, then 120. Suddenly he thought, "What am I doing? I'm too old for this," and pulled over to await the Trooper's arrival.

Pulling in behind him, the Trooper walked up to the Corvette, looked at his watch and said, "Sir, my shift ends in 30 minutes. Today is Friday.

If you can give me a reason for speeding that I've never heard before, I'll let you go."

The old gentleman paused. Then said, "Years ago, my wife ran off with a Florida State Trooper. I thought you were bringing her back."

"Have a good day, Sir," replied the Trooper.

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True love is hard to find...

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9 Movie Posters that Almost Happened

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Some movies are so iconic (or at least permanently ingrained in our brains thanks to TBS) that it’s impossible to imagine them any other way than the way they are. Of course, that doesn’t mean that’s the only way they could ever have been. Here are posters for some of your favorite movies, if they had been made with their original casting choices. (Photoshops by Kristy Puchko. Text by Emerald Catron.)

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Breaking News

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Snowstorm In Chicago Delays Hundreds Of Morning Murders: Full Report




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Pistorius Escapes





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Run! Run away





This is Steven Jacobs, the Australian Today show's weatherman.

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I got you





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Chair Jumping FAIL Video




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foot in ass

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Extra door security





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McLovin





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Meatball Bubble Gum






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Shipping Ships

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