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  • Monday Morning Memories

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    Pony
    24 Nov 2014 | 9:00 am
    These are some dangerous curves…travel safely! The post Monday Morning Memories appeared first on Funtasticus.com.
  • Tooshie Tuesday

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    Pony
    25 Nov 2014 | 9:00 am
    Can’t decide what to look at…impossible choice.  Oh you can look at both sides at the same time using a mirror? The post Tooshie Tuesday appeared first on Funtasticus.com.
  • 10 Coolest Airbnb Accommodations

    Oddee.com
    24 Nov 2014 | 4:00 pm
    From a cube house in Rotterdam to a caboose in Malibu check out these 10 unique accommodations for the discerning traveller.
  • Ifrane, The Switzerland of Morocco

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    Kaushik
    25 Nov 2014 | 7:25 am
    If the name Morocco conjures up images of a place with narrow, maze like streets lined with old earth-colored buildings, you are not alone. Ifrane, however, is unlike any other town in Morocco. Located at an altitude of 5,460 feet above sea level in the Middle Atlas region, this small hill town has a Swiss alpine feel to it. With neat red-roofed houses, blooming flower beds, lake-studded parks and snowbound winters, this remarkable European styled town is often referred to as “Morocco’s Switzerland.” The lush greenery, cedar forests, and pastureland that comes to life in spring and…
  • Marvelous Stone Stacking by Michael Grab

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    weirdo
    31 Oct 2014 | 3:08 am
    The Boulder, Colorado-based artist spends long and lonely meditative hours in the woods, finding stones large and small, and placing them at seemingly impossible rest atop their pointed end. The result is utterly amazing balance between stillness and motion. According to Michael, “Alongside the art, setting rocks into balance has also become a way of showing appreciation, offering thanksgiving, and inducing meditation.” Check out his website and Facebook for more incredible pictures. – via visualnews.com, Part 2.
 
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    New Urban Legends

  • Don't Spare the Horses

    25 Nov 2014 | 7:00 am
    Is Budweiser getting rid of its Clydesdales in ads?
  • Jury's Doubt

    25 Nov 2014 | 7:00 am
    Did President Obama file federal charges against Ferguson policeman Darren Wilson?
  • Jury's Doubt

    25 Nov 2014 | 7:00 am
    Did President Obama file federal charges against Ferguson policeman Darren Wilson?
  • Socket Error

    25 Nov 2014 | 7:00 am
    Are circulating images of Officer Darren Wilson's injuries accurate?
  • Pledge of Allah-giance

    25 Nov 2014 | 7:00 am
    Did a Colorado school change the Pledge of Allegiance to include "one nation under Allah?"
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  • I Quit!

    Monty McMahon
    21 Nov 2014 | 7:00 am
    This has been a long time coming. I just can’t do […]
  • Nut Shot!

    Monty McMahon
    13 Nov 2014 | 4:20 pm
    There’s absolutely nothing funny about being kick […]
  • Movie Posters for Sequels that Never Happened

    Monty McMahon
    12 Nov 2014 | 11:10 am
    These movies sequels never happened. They were never de […]
  • Presto Flo Gets Blown Out to Sea

    Monty McMahon
    4 Nov 2014 | 2:41 pm
    Presto Flo is a rapper. At least that’s what I […]
  • Fish: 1, Dog: 0

    Monty McMahon
    3 Nov 2014 | 12:04 pm
    You know it’s coming. That dog certainly doesn […]
 
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  • “YMCA” by The Bottle Boys

    Miss Cellania
    25 Nov 2014 | 3:00 pm
    (YouTube link)The Copenhagen musical group The Bottle Boys play us a tune we all know and love, and let us in on one of their secrets to making bottle music look so easy -when we all know it’s not. From the YouTube page:Sometimes people say, that it’s impossible to play that fast on bottles when they see our videos, because they are looking at just one persons head movements. But if you look closer you will see, that we share all the melodies by two persons. So if Philipp plays one part of the lead melody, Kaspar plays the other half, which combined gives you the complete melodic…
  • Here's What Non-Human Cartoon Characters Would Look Like As Humans

    Zeon Santos
    25 Nov 2014 | 3:00 pm
    (Image Link)Animation fans often wonder what their favorite non-human cartoon characters would look like as humans, and artists who grew up loving cartoons can't help but give the transformation a try, just to see what happens.(Image Link)People present them in all kinds of styles, from realistic human to totally toonified, and yet I don’t think I’ve ever seen a collection as large, or diverse, as this list of 25 Non-Human Cartoon Characters As Humans, presented by the staff at Dorkly.You get to see classic toons like Bugs Bunny, new school toons like Mordecai and Rigby from…
  • Celery and Olives Dominated Thanksgiving for Nearly 100 Years—Until They Didn’t

    Miss Cellania
    25 Nov 2014 | 2:00 pm
    I just bought celery and olives yesterday. I always buy them for Thanksgiving, but rarely any other time of the year. Olives are a special treat, and the adults in my family love them. I use celery in my cornbread dressing, and the rest of the stalk is served alone or stuffed. However, I did not know that the two were traditional on everyone’s Thanksgiving tables for almost a century, and then faded out in the 1970s. It all started when fresh produce began to be transported across the country to be enjoyed whatever the season.The pairing of the two was both a result of the fact that…
  • Puppy Swims With Dolphins in Chance Encounter

    Lisa Marcus
    25 Nov 2014 | 1:00 pm
    YouTube LinkThis remarkable footage shot by Arriane Christie captured her ten-month-old puppy Jackie enthusiastically joining several dolphins for a swim off the coast of Wellington's Bay in Whangarei, New Zealand. In her video description, Arriane said she thought the dolphins swam up to meet the pup. She said in an interview,"I think she just wanted to know what they were. I think they were just wanting to play. Jackie was in the shallows and they came right up to her. I was a little bit nervous to start with because I thought one whack of their tails and she (Jackie) could be knocked…
  • Why People Keep Trying to Erase the Hollywood Sign From Google Maps

    Miss Cellania
    25 Nov 2014 | 12:00 pm
    For decades, visitors to Los Angeles have tried their best to go see the famous Hollywood sign up close. It’s not easy to get to, involves quite a bit of walking, and the view isn’t great when you get there. But they keep coming, and the people who live there keep trying to stop them.By 2011 the anti-tourist rhetoric reached a fever pitch, with homeowners mounting a vicious campaign threatening visitors, who, unsurprisingly, just kept coming. Some neighbors painted their curbs red (illegally) to discourage parking and tacked up more signs (illegally) warning against trespassing.
 
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  • Applicant Denied Job Due to “Irish Alcoholism Nature”

    V Saxena
    12 Nov 2014 | 7:00 am
    We have witnessed it many times throughout the years: a job applicant gets denied because of ethnicity, because of gender, because of sexual preference, because of religion, etc. Well, it appears a new contender has joined the list of discriminatory items. Enter Katie Mulrenna, 26, a resident of the Republican of Ireland who just got denied […]The post Applicant Denied Job Due to “Irish Alcoholism Nature” appeared first on Weird Asia News. Related posts:Quadruplet Sisters All Work in Same Job Magnificence in Nature: Chinese Leaf Art Mother Nature: Bringing Sexy Back
  • South Korean Kids and Their Inappropriate Shirts

    Sonny Go
    10 Nov 2014 | 7:00 am
    It’s well known that South Korea takes its English as a Foreign Language (EFL) programs seriously enough to have English teachers come over from overseas. Some of them see things that may be a bit questionable during their tenure, and they range from the somewhat serious to the seemingly mundane. Seems strange that a kid […]The post South Korean Kids and Their Inappropriate Shirts appeared first on Weird Asia News. Related posts:Fart Flamethrower in South Korean Subway South Korean Students Take Yearbook Shots Up a Notch South Korean Oreo Appeals to the Breast Lover in All of Us
  • Prank by Chinese Bride Makes Groom Cancel Wedding

    Sonny Go
    5 Nov 2014 | 7:00 am
    If you need some drama in your life right now, then this could be what you’re looking for. Just about everyone with a significant other would want to know just how much he or she is loved, which was what this bride in Shenzhen, China was thinking when she decided to age herself with makeup […]The post Prank by Chinese Bride Makes Groom Cancel Wedding appeared first on Weird Asia News. Related posts:Armless Chinese Man Makes His Own Prosthetics Firecrackers and Chinese Sewers Not a Good Mix Fake Walnuts Hit the Chinese Market
  • Hitting Students Still the Norm in Japan Classrooms

    Sonny Go
    2 Nov 2014 | 7:00 am
    For those who are familiar with Japan’s education system, it’s obvious that they don’t mess around when it comes to the youth learning what they need to learn. In fact, they take it so seriously that things can get way too hardcore in the classroom. Capital punishment for disciplinary purposes is still prevalent in Asian […]The post Hitting Students Still the Norm in Japan Classrooms appeared first on Weird Asia News. Related posts:Korean Students Mock Teacher, Get Busted Free Sex for Chinese Students in Japan!? For China’s Students, a Wrong Answer Could Mean…
  • Fart Flamethrower in South Korean Subway

    Sonny Go
    27 Oct 2014 | 7:00 am
    Just about everyone likes to rag on about how weird and quirky Japan is, but South Korea isn’t very far behind in that department at all. The two nations do have quite a number of similarities, and perhaps you can add really unusual advertisements into the mix. This ad was found in the subway, showing […]The post Fart Flamethrower in South Korean Subway appeared first on Weird Asia News. Related posts:South Korean Oreo Appeals to the Breast Lover in All of Us South Korean Students Take Yearbook Shots Up a Notch South Korean Pets Given Royal Treatment
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  • Munchin the Shih Tzu Walks on a Treadmill While Wearing Her Walking Teddy Bear Costume

    Lori Dorn
    25 Nov 2014 | 3:29 pm
    Munchkin the Shih Tzu, the tiny dog who wore a walking teddy bear costume this past Halloween, has donned the plush suit again for her rigorous workout on the treadmill. Yes, that’s definitely an incredibly adorable walking teddy bear. Later on, Munchkin hung out with some protective look-alike friends. image via Munchkin the Shih Tzu
  • Adam Savage Looks Back on the Animations His Father Created for ‘Sesame Street’

    Glen Tickle
    25 Nov 2014 | 3:22 pm
    Adam Savage, known for his work on the popular television show Mythbusters, recently wrote an article for The A.V. Club about the series of animations his father, Whitney Lee Savage, created for Sesame Street during the 1970s. Savage included examples like “Harry Works High in the Sky,” “Guitar Drawing,” and a hand drawing a train and tracks. As a young child, Savage even voiced characters in some of the animations, including the part of “He” in the “He, She, and It” series. Savage has also discussed his father’s animation work…
  • Collection Appareils, An Incredibly Vast Online Archive of More Than 10,000 Analog Cameras

    EDW Lynch
    25 Nov 2014 | 3:06 pm
    Irwin Lark ‘sardine can’, 1940 Collection Appareils is an incredibly vast online archive of more than 10,000 cameras spanning the history of analog photography. Each camera in the archive is accompanied by a photograph, as well as technical and historical data. The archive is the work of a French camera collector, Sylvain Halgand, who personally owns around 1,800 cameras and has been running the site since 1999. Halgand discusses Collection Appareils in this (French language) Reportages Photos interview. The project can be followed on Facebook. The Argus C3 Matchmatic (1939-1966) Haneel…
  • ‘The Book of Hugs’ by Attaboy Now Available for Purchase Through Last Gasp Publishing

    Lori Dorn
    25 Nov 2014 | 2:54 pm
    The Book of Hugs by artist and designer Attaboy, which features illustrated animals giving each other all sorts of hugs for all sorts of reasons, is now available for purchase through Last Gasp Publishing. Know someone who needs a hug? The Book of Hugs by Attaboy is a perfect guide to awkwardly squeezing someone with affection. Featuring way too many pages of hilariously illustrated uncomfortable embraces, The Book of Hugs is stupid fun with ridiculous heart. Have you been hugging wrong the entire time? Are you a mismatched hugger? Have you ever done a “Lean and Pat Hug?” Or perhaps you…
  • ‘Eye Catcher’, A Picture Frame That Tracks the Viewer by Moving Around on a Wall As If by Magic

    EDW Lynch
    25 Nov 2014 | 2:25 pm
    In the interactive installation Eye Catcher, a picture frame tracks the viewer by moving around on a wall as if by magic. Within the frame, eyes of black ferrofluid follow the viewer’s face, and mirror the person’s facial expressions. The effect is achieved through powerful magnets, which tether the frame to an industrial robot behind the wall (magnets control the eyes as well.) Computer vision tracks the viewer’s movements and facial expressions. The installation was created by Lin Zhang, Ran Xie, and fellow researchers of the Interactive Architecture Lab at Bartlett School…
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  • You can lead a horse to water…and it might have the best time ever [video]

    Josh Urich
    25 Nov 2014 | 4:00 pm
    You know that old saying: you can lead a horse to water but you can't make it drink. And at first, that's exactly what plays out in this clip. This horse sees water for the first time and does not trust it one bit. But once it sees that water is alright, the horse has a blast! The post You can lead a horse to water…and it might have the best time ever [video] appeared first on Holy Kaw!.
  • What it looks like to be on a battleship under attack [video]

    Josh Urich
    25 Nov 2014 | 3:00 pm
    The Norwegian navy had an extra ship. So what did they do with it? Use it for target practice. But before blowing that sucker up, they outfitted it with some cameras. It's rather terrifying to watch as a ship you're on (in a way) gets bombarded with missiles. The post What it looks like to be on a battleship under attack [video] appeared first on Holy Kaw!.
  • Stretchy-pants science: what happens when you eat too much [video]

    Kate Rinsema
    25 Nov 2014 | 2:00 pm
    It won't be long until your groaning with regret thanks to eating too many goodies, unless you heed the advice of this episode of Reactions. The post Stretchy-pants science: what happens when you eat too much [video] appeared first on Holy Kaw!.
  • A primer on Port Wine [video]

    Josh Urich
    25 Nov 2014 | 2:00 pm
    You've seen Port on restaurant menus, at liquor store, etc., but do you know what it is? It's a flippin' delicious fortified wine, that's what! Wait, what's a fortified wine? Watch this video to learn more. The post A primer on Port Wine [video] appeared first on Holy Kaw!.
  • What road rage looks like in Korea [video]

    Josh Urich
    25 Nov 2014 | 1:00 pm
    First, if you've never seen a South Korean comedy film, you need to understand that this video is totally in the style of a comedy film. It's strangely serious, but simultaneously slapstick and goofy. If only road rage in the States were like this, your commute would be much more fun. The post What road rage looks like in Korea [video] appeared first on Holy Kaw!.
 
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  • Groundhog attacks man, animal control officer

    mintbbb (/wtf/member/mintbbb)
    25 Nov 2014 | 10:14 am
    Rabies?? --- YT: A New Hampshire man says he was forced into his home by a groundhog that went on the attack.
  • GTA 5 - Fire Fighters (Literally): Don't f*ck with Los Santo

    ant (/wtf/member/ant)
    24 Nov 2014 | 8:48 am
    From http://www.dorkly.com/post/70795/gta-v-firefighters-will-straight-up-beat-you-to-death ...
  • I'm Just A Bill vs Executive Order - SNL

    Grimm (/wtf/member/Grimm)
    24 Nov 2014 | 8:48 am
    A bill (Kenan Thompson) and an executive order (Bobby Moynihan) explain how government really works with a little help from President Obama (Jay Pharaoh).
  • Random GTA V NPC Saved This Guy's Life Like An Action Hero

    simonm (/wtf/member/simonm)
    24 Nov 2014 | 2:35 am
  • Gamestop training video teaches employees to deal with Women

    sometimes (/wtf/member/sometimes)
    23 Nov 2014 | 11:50 am
    Talking to women may not be your typical GameStop employee's strong point. GameStop corporate realizes this. That's why they've put together this helpful instructional video for their "Sharpen The Mind, Shape The Body" promotion. Poor GameStop staffers were subjected to "Understanding And Selling To Our Expanded Audience" in advance of the "Sharpen The Mind, Shape The Body" campaign—which has since expired—the sales effort that would give buyers of Wii Fit or My Fitness Coach a free subscription to Cosmo or Good Housekeeping.
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  • Floating Farm: River-Based Greenhouse is a Model of Self-Sufficiency

    Steph
    25 Nov 2014 | 2:00 pm
    A single jellyfish-inspired floating modular greenhouse can provide enough food for two families, or join together with additional modular platforms to create a ‘stronger organism.’ Italian architecture firm StudioMobile created Jellyfish Barge as a floating farm that requires no land, fresh water or energy from conventional sources. Plus, it’s made using low-cost and recycled materials. “The […] The post Floating Farm: River-Based Greenhouse is a Model of Self-Sufficiency appeared first on WebEcoist.
  • IKEA Doll Beds Are Going To The Dogs & Cats

    Steve
    25 Nov 2014 | 10:00 am
    Pet owners have discovered IKEA's DUKTIG wooden doll bed & linens sets make adorable dog & cat beds, turning a niche product into a viral hit in the process! The post IKEA Doll Beds Are Going To The Dogs & Cats appeared first on WebEcoist.
  • Jet Set: Reclaimed Aircraft Renovated into 2-Bedroom Apartment

    Steph
    21 Nov 2014 | 12:13 pm
    Sleeping on an airplane isn’t typically an attractive prospect, conjuring visions of crammed limbs and the potential for a stranger to end up drooling on your shoulder. But one bright blue jet in Amsterdam offers far more comfortable accommodations – in the form of a two-bedroom apartment that you can rent on AirBNB. KLM renovated […] The post Jet Set: Reclaimed Aircraft Renovated into 2-Bedroom Apartment appeared first on WebEcoist.
  • Electronics Plant Ditches Disks, Pitches Lettuce

    Steve
    18 Nov 2014 | 10:00 am
    Be-leaf it or not, a mothballed Japanese electronics plant reinvented itself as a hydroponic vegetable farm while putting a healthy spin on greenwashing. The post Electronics Plant Ditches Disks, Pitches Lettuce appeared first on WebEcoist.
  • Trashy Hotel: 22 Temporary Rooms Made of Junk

    Steph
    14 Nov 2014 | 12:13 pm
    If someone told you a hotel is trashy, that would most likely turn you off with visions of unsanitary conditions and scratchy bedsheets. But in this case, ‘trashy’ is a literal descriptor, indicating that the 22 rooms spread across the city of Mannheim are actually made of garbage – and that’s a surprisingly good thing, […] The post Trashy Hotel: 22 Temporary Rooms Made of Junk appeared first on WebEcoist.
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  • For the Fallen – We Will Remember Them

    Phil Hollows
    11 Nov 2014 | 4:15 am
    They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old: Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning We will remember them. From “For the Fallen” by Robert Laurence Binyon For the benefit of my mostly US audience, in the UK and many other countries we buy paper poppies around the 11th to commemorate those who served and those who fell during the World Wars. The poppies specifically memorialize the killing fields in France and Belgium during WWI where the “lions led by donkeys” on both sides killed each other in…
  • Resolved: Overnight click-through issues

    Phil Hollows
    2 Nov 2014 | 4:57 am
    Although feeds were being served and email sent OK, some publishers experienced click-through issues overnight; the problem has now been resolved. We’re sorry for any inconvenience. Any subscribers seeing an error message now need to simply refresh the page. Today, job 1 is to update our monitors to better detect this kind of issue, which unfortunately went undetected by our automated system health tracking.        Related StoriesFeeds, Clicks and DNS ProblemsSome Metrics May Be Missing TemporarilyFalse Alarms and Click Through Issues Aug 1 
  • The One Easy Gmail Tip for Tracking and Testing

    Phil Hollows
    1 Oct 2014 | 7:48 am
    We recently sponsored the slightly-awkwardly-named-but-totally-worthwhile Type-A Parent Conference in Atlanta, and so naturally the topic of email came up (surprise!), especially in relation to testing email forms with different email accounts. It can be a real pain to create yet another email address for your site, and so we all have only a few addresses to go around. Right? Wrong! If you have a gmail account – and who doesn’t? – you effectively have an infinite number of email addresses. And I was surprised how few of the experienced bloggers and content marketers I met…
  • Feeds, Clicks and DNS Problems

    Phil Hollows
    29 Sep 2014 | 7:32 am
    If you or your subscribers have been frustrated trying to get to a FeedBlitz feed (or click through to a link in a FeedBlitz feed) in the last 24 hours or so, the reason is because some third party DNS servers have been returning the wrong results for feeds.feedblitz.com. The net effect is that although FeedBlitz is up and your feeds are being served, some subscribers are being sent to the wrong servers, and getting errors as a result. Update: We’ve routed traffic from the “wrong” server to one of the “right” ones, so even folks affected by this should now get…
  • Today I Learned: How to Enable Flash Developers

    Phil Hollows
    15 Aug 2014 | 9:39 am
    Not having Flash development experience in-house, we were puzzled recently when we received a support request from a Flash guy wondering why a file we’d never heard of (crossdomain.xml) was giving a 404 file not found error when he requested it. Because it wasn’t there, obviously. Thankfully, the developer in question was kind enough to throw us a link about why that file was needed for Flash, and a few minutes later we had everything we needed to know. Thanks, Chad! So if you’re a Flash developer, crossdomain.xml is now available on our servers to permit you to use…
 
 
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  • A Guide to Selecting the best Dental Hygiene College

    Beggers
    25 Nov 2014 | 11:25 am
    As the economic state of the United States begins to crumble, there are a few industries still left standing in the wake. These industries include: entertainment, health, and law enforcement. The Dental Industry is constantly looking for fresh new faces to help care for their patients. The beautiful thing about the Dental industry is there are so many different aspects of it that you can be apart of. From Dental Assistance to Front Office work you can contribute your skills to this growing field of medicine. The Schools: Knowledge and Experience There are tons of trade schools around that…
  • Why Study for an MBA

    Beggers
    25 Nov 2014 | 10:51 am
    The most common reason that people decide to get into any employment situation would be their desire to begin earning money and taking care of the responsibilities that they are facing on a daily basis. There is nothing wrong with deciding that you would like to work in order to afford the things that you would like to have in your life. In fact, this is something that you should take great pride in. Any person that is happy with their current job may consider themselves lucky, but this typically has to do with coming to a place where they have decided to accept their circumstances. It is…
  • Students and Distance learning

    Beggers
    25 Nov 2014 | 10:47 am
    More and more prospective students are turning to distance learning as a viable alternative to conventional colleges and universities to avoid being saddled with debt, paying off tuition fees for years after their studies are over. Distance learning offers students the flexibility to study whilst working, or bringing up a young family, and is the choice of more and more students. Studying in your own time towards a qualification can be a rewarding experience, but it is not for everyone. Having the ability to work through a programme of study on your own, and disciplining yourself to stay on…
  • The Best Home Schooling Tips

    Beggers
    25 Nov 2014 | 10:43 am
    For most parents, home schooling can be such a daunting task due to the intricacies involved in coming up with the right curriculum for the children. For it to be successful there are a number of factors that need to be considered which include the following, FIND OUT MORE ABOUT YOUR STATE LAWS Laws about home schooling often varies in each state therefore it is important to not only know the laws governing homeschooling in your state but also the requirements needed. You can do this by simply checking out your homeschooling support website in your area where you will get all the requirements…
  • Looking for a Career in teaching?

    Beggers
    25 Nov 2014 | 10:11 am
    If you’re trying to get work in schools but not succeeding, you may want to consider applying to teaching assistant courses. While you don’t technically need a qualification like this to work as a teaching assistant, working with kids is a difficult job, and being able to show that you’ve got the skills to do the job well is always going to boost your chances of being employed. Working as a teaching assistant may not be as well-paid as working as a teacher, but it entails many of the same skills. You will be expected to work with pupils, some of whom may have learning…
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  • Tooshie Tuesday

    Pony
    25 Nov 2014 | 9:00 am
    Can’t decide what to look at…impossible choice.  Oh you can look at both sides at the same time using a mirror? The post Tooshie Tuesday appeared first on Funtasticus.com.
  • Daily Cool Pics

    Pony
    25 Nov 2014 | 8:11 am
    Should my sandwich give off a tearing sound?   The post Daily Cool Pics appeared first on Funtasticus.com.
  • Sofija Milosevic

    Pony
    25 Nov 2014 | 7:00 am
    Sofija Milosevic looking quite lovely in some bikinis.   The post Sofija Milosevic appeared first on Funtasticus.com.
  • Capture the Moment

    Pony
    25 Nov 2014 | 6:00 am
    Some photos capture a special moment…other photos truly capture a moment.   The post Capture the Moment appeared first on Funtasticus.com.
  • Monday Morning Memories

    Pony
    24 Nov 2014 | 9:00 am
    These are some dangerous curves…travel safely! The post Monday Morning Memories appeared first on Funtasticus.com.
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  • What to Do When Your Team Isn't Working Together

    6 Nov 2014 | 12:18 pm
    PickyDomains - Risk free domain naming serviceOverseeing a team can be tough work at any time, because it involves moving multiple people toward a common goal. Personality clashes, work styles, varying ideas, and everyday stress can make forward movement difficult. What do you do when your people can't mesh and make progress toward the goal? A Healthy Team Has Conflict Conflicts happen when you have a difference of opinion, but they're not a bad sign. It's simply a sign that a lot of opinions and ideas are being discussed, which is exactly what you want in a team. If you have zero conflicts…
  • 10 Best Free CRM

    6 Oct 2014 | 10:07 am
    There’s no such thing as a free lunch. It’s one of the saddest facts in my life, right up there with my insane student debt and the realization that Taylor Swift will probably never talk to me.But there’s good news! I just saved a bunch of money by switching to… no, I’m kidding.The real good news is that, while lunch may not be free, Customer Relationship Management software can be!Free stuff is exciting!Free CRM comes in two categories – free, but limited (also known as freemium), and open source.So the free, but limited versions offset caps on the amount of free users,…
  • Free Trello and other alternatives

    30 Aug 2014 | 9:02 am
    Social NetworkFree IBM Connections alternativeFree Jive Software alternativeFree Salesforce Chatter alternativeFree SocialCast alternativeFree SocialEngine alternativeFree Yammer alternativeFree Zyncro alternativeTelephony/PBXFree CallFire alternativeFree RingCentral alternativeFree RingDNA alternativeFree TalkDesk alternativeOnline DocumentsFree Google Apps alternativeFree Office 365 alternativeIntranetFree Claromentis alternativeFree Communifire alternativeFree Confluence alternativeFree HyperOffice alternativeFree Liferay alternativeFree MangoApps alternativeFree Podio alternativeFree…
  • Online Calendars Tips And Tricks

    9 Aug 2014 | 3:17 am
    Calendar management is an essential skill for productive teams. Are your team members using their calendars effectively? Create a Single Access Point Multiple calendars make it easy to overlook events and deadlines. A single access point helps you to see everything you have ahead. Seeing all of your responsibilities, events, projects, due dates, and scheduled activities in one place enables you to avoid the dangerous practice of overbooking yourself. If you have multiple calendars for family, personal life, team projects, and your work schedule, do what it takes to get them all…
  • Bitrix24 alternatives

    9 Aug 2014 | 2:46 am
    Here's a list of the tools you can replace with Bitrix24 (full price and feature chart).How to use Bitrix24 as1. Free Sharepoint alternative 2. Free Yammer alternative3. Free Ringcentral alternative4. Free SugarCRM alternative5. Free Podio alternative6. Free Basecamp alternative7. Free Trello alternative8. Free Asana alternative9. Free Slack alternativeLots more comparison charts are coming
 
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  • Hospice of the Foothills Opens Third Gift &Thrift Store

    25 Nov 2014 | 2:57 pm
    ospice of the Foothills’ third Gift & Thrift store is now open! After a very busy opening day on Thursday, November 20th, Hospice of the Foothills hosted a Chamber Mixer and Ribbon Cutting at its new Grass Valley location, 762 Freeman Lane, in the Pine Creek shopping center. The mixer was very well attended by members of the Greater Grass Valley Chamber of Commerce, Nevada City Chamber of Commerce, and local dignitaries. Jack Pascoe, a new member of Hospice of the Foothills’ board of directors did the Ribbon Cutting honors. Jack spoke of the specialized kind of care hospice provides for…
  • Comments sought on proposed Truckee River restoration

    25 Nov 2014 | 2:50 pm
    The U.S. Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit (LTBMU) is accepting comments on a proposal to restore up to nine sections of the Truckee River near Tahoe City. The Forest Service, the Truckee River Watershed Council (TRWC) and Placer County are working together to address and repair erosion and degraded water quality caused by users accessing the river and the adjacent paved trail from roadside pull-outs on Highway 89.
  • Fundraising Dinner Night for Local Teen Suicide Prevention Program on Dec. 1 at Matteo's Public

    25 Nov 2014 | 2:29 pm
    Matteo’s Public will be hosting a dinner fundraising night on Monday, December 1st from 5-9pm, with 15% of all dine in and take out proceeds going to the local program What’s Up? Wellness Checkups.
  • Ferguson Grand Jury

    25 Nov 2014 | 12:55 pm
    Ferguson Grand Jury - cartoon by Mike Keefe
  • Immigration piñata

    25 Nov 2014 | 12:52 pm
    Immigration piñata - cartoon by John Cole
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    Skull-A-Day

  • [BONUS] 428. Coffee Skull

    19 Nov 2014 | 12:13 pm
    When the Skull-A-Day Facebook page recently hit 50,000 followers I asked the fans to suggest a new material for me to work with. The most popular suggestion (that I hadn't worked with previously) was coffee and the kind folks at Death Wish Coffee Co. offered to send me a couple of pounds! My studio smells great now.
  • Skull-A-Day at The Mütter Museum

    18 Nov 2014 | 9:49 am
    I had the great honor to return to Philadelphia's fantastic Mütter Museum recently to do an event for my new Skull-A-Day book!photo by Anna Dhodyphoto by Evi NumenThe museum's curator Anna Dhody, who wrote the foreword for the book, filmed an interview with me for their No Bones About It web show while I was there... I also got to spend some time behind the scenes of the museum and captured a few images of their amazing collection that's not currently on display...Signed copies of Skull-A-Day the book are available at the Mütter Museum and I highly recommend a visit anytime you're in…
  • Skull-A-Day at The Evolution Store

    30 Oct 2014 | 11:22 am
    I had a fantastic time visiting The Evolution Store in NYC to celebrate the release of my new Skull-A-Day book! A limited number of signed copies are now available at the store so don't miss out.  Photos by Ben Warner.Want me to do a talk/book signing in your town? Get in touch!
  • [BONUS] 427. Pumpkin Anatomy IV

    22 Oct 2014 | 1:28 pm
    What really lies beneath a pumpkin's orange skin?My mother-in-law gave my family an enormous white pumpkin and it inspired me to do something a bit different in my Pumpkin Anatomy series this year and focus in on just part of a skull.And it looks even better after sitting outside for a week...See my previous anatomical pumpkins HERE, HERE, and HERE.My original pumpkin skull can be found in my new Skull-A-Day book, available HERE.
  • [BONUS] 426. Book Display Skull

    13 Oct 2014 | 2:03 pm
    As part of the release of my new Skull-A-Day book I created a special display in the window of Chop Suey Books, the folks that published it!
 
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    PassiveAggressiveNotes.com

  • Is this a tanning booth or a barnyard stall?

    Kerry
    20 Nov 2014 | 4:36 pm
    Writes Joanna in Pennsylvania: “Following (apparently) more than one incident in which a customer “relieved” themselves in the stand up tanning booths in my town, this signage was posted in every tanning booth. Because, ya know, people need to be reminded to not just randomly crap themselves every time they get naked.” Adds Joanna: ” Yes, I asked an employee and the incidents in question involved #2!” If it makes you feel any better, Joanna, it turns out your problem is far from unique to south central PA.   related: On preparing a hide for tanning
  • So that’s what they mean by “makes mouths happy”

    Kerry
    16 Nov 2014 | 2:25 pm
    Karen in Council Bluffs, Iowa spotted this unsigned note taped to the vending machine in the office breakroom. It sounds like somebody certainly got their 75 cents worth, no? related: Raging against the (vending) machine
  • High Street high jinks

    Kerry
    9 Nov 2014 | 2:40 pm
    Writes our submitter from London: “I can only imagine the local politics that brought about this pre-Christmas gem of a note in the historic town if Lewes, England.” Any Lewes locals out there who could shed some light on this light-box snub? related: Fish fingers and custard then, yeah?
  • This kind of attitude is what’s really scary.

    Kerry
    4 Nov 2014 | 5:51 pm
    Writes Derek from Ohio: “I found this on an anthropological blog I follow and thought it would fit great on your site.” I agree, Derek, I agree! related: No candy go away! extra credit: Do I have to give candy to poor kids? [slate.com]
  • Neighbors too loud? The Police can handle it.

    Kerry
    27 Oct 2014 | 2:19 pm
    This one speaks for itself, no? (Thanks to our submitter, Bonnie in Edinburgh.) related: A review of last night’s performance
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    Kitschy Kitschy Coo

  • Celebrity Bingo, Anyone?

    Deanna aka Pop Tart
    25 Nov 2014 | 10:02 am
    Need a way to keep the family’s interest this holiday weekend? Make some celebrity bingo cards! You can adapt this easily to include characters that might be seen the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, use the names & jersey numbers of football players to keep non-football fans interested during game time, etc.. My favorite way to […]
  • This Black Cat Is A Bat?

    Deanna aka Pop Tart
    23 Oct 2014 | 7:41 am
    This antique composition cat sits upon a wooden bat. Germany, circa 1905. Find more ye olde Hallowe’en here.
  • Hedda Get Bedda

    Deanna aka Pop Tart
    19 Sep 2014 | 12:04 am
    For one of my eBay Guides – click here to find out more!
  • The Best Selling Door & Wall Decor In The Country!! 1978

    Deanna aka Pop Tart
    5 Sep 2014 | 6:18 am
    Brooms! Brooms! Brooms! New & exciting — and the best selling. Wowza.
  • Hay Wingo

    Deanna aka Pop Tart
    2 Sep 2014 | 8:01 am
    Part of our back to school display is this teacher’s edition of Hay Wingo. (Clowns are terrifying by themselves; mix them with phonics and doh!) Our price is waaaaay lower than either Ebay or Amazon. So contact us directly or the shop at (218) 998-3088 (between 10 am & 5 pm everyday, Central Time) to […]
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    Oddee.com

  • 10 Coolest Airbnb Accommodations

    24 Nov 2014 | 4:00 pm
    From a cube house in Rotterdam to a caboose in Malibu check out these 10 unique accommodations for the discerning traveller.
  • 10 Strangest Licks

    23 Nov 2014 | 4:00 pm
    A few weeks ago, we compiled a list of unusual kisses. Ah, but with every great blockbuster comes a sequel – where does one go from kisses? How about licks? Ladies and gentlemen, may we present to you Oddee's 10 Strangest Licks!
  • 10 Coolest Thanksgiving Turkey Replacements

    22 Nov 2014 | 4:00 pm
    Take a look at some "clever" ideas for having a turkey on your table, even if you don't actually want eat one.
  • 8 Very Early UFO Photos Taken Before Photoshop

    21 Nov 2014 | 4:00 pm
    Whether these old UFO photographs represent alien visitors or not, they're still fascinating documents from a cosmic blip in time on the planet Earth, somewhere in the Milky Way galaxy…
  • 10 Hilarious Misconceptions People Actually Believe

    20 Nov 2014 | 4:00 pm
    We are surrounded by science and technology. Thanks to the intricate complexities of both, we sometimes have some hilarious misconceptions.
 
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    chinaSMACK

  • Korean Girl Wins China’s Miss Campus Pageant, Netizen Reactions

    Joe
    25 Nov 2014 | 3:16 pm
    From NetEase: Korean Girl wins China Miss Campus Competition The 6th annual China Miss Campus ended, Korean Li Xuanzhen “ice cream girl” from the Communication University of China won China’s Miss Campus. June of this year, she became popular online after pictures of her eating ice cream was posted online, because of this, she was called the “ice cream girl”. Comments on NetEase: How is this China’s Miss Campus, why does it have to be a bangzi? If she didn’t get cosmetic surgery, she really would be beautiful. China’s Miss Campus, and Korea won? This is a joke right? South…
  • Modern China Reimagined in Famous 12th Century Chinese Painting

    Joe
    22 Nov 2014 | 4:00 pm
    Chinese artist and photographer Dai Xiang recently exhibited at the 2014 Lianzhoufoto Festival, his reinterpretations of the famous Song Dynasty painting “Along the River During the Qingming Festival”(清明上河图). By inserting modern scenes into an ancient backdrop, Dai Xiang cleverly depicted numerous “incidents” in recent years across China, including popular topics such as chengguan, forced demolition, prostitution, gutter oil, among many others. Netizens praised his work as an embodiment of modern Chinese society. Click to enlarge: Click to enlarge: Artist description of his…
  • Beloved “Scholar” Dog Killed and Dumped in Trash, Reactions

    Joe
    21 Nov 2014 | 4:06 pm
    From QQ: Northwest A&F University “Scholar Dog” Beaten to Death According to a 11/20 Dahe.com Weibo report, at the Northwest A&F University there was a “scholar dog”, he loved to attend calculus and English classes. After class, he often goes to the cafeteria to eat, during activities he would run ahead of the track team, and was beloved by the students. But recently, during a clean-up of stray dogs on campus, “scholar dog” was beaten to death and thrown in the trash. The school claimed, there were more than 30 stray dogs on campus and they posed a threat to the students…
  • Chinese Athlete Defected to the US in the 80s Returns to China

    Joe
    20 Nov 2014 | 5:36 pm
    Hu Na was one of the first Chinese athletes to defect to the US after the normalization of Sino-American relations. A professional tennis player on the National Team, Hu Na defected to the US in 1982 when she sought for political asylum. The subsequent “Hu Na Incident” caused a major diplomatic row between US and China. Netizens react to her recent return to China to hold an art exhibition, many condemned her for being a traitor. From Sina Weibo: @时代报: “Hu Na: you bring shame to the country, you must deeply repent”. For traitors, there are no reasons to forgive her. The…
  • List of Funny and Unusual Chinese Names, Netizen Reactions

    Joe
    20 Nov 2014 | 7:04 am
    From Sina: Such ridiculous names, have you seen them? 元芳 – Fang Yuan (Online meme based on the ancient detective drama Di Renjie) 财付通 – Cai Futong (Chinese name for Tenpay, Tencent’s online payment system similar to Paypal) 高富帅 – Gao Fushuai (“Tall, rich, handsome”) 黑木耳 – Hei Muer (Black fungus, derogatory term for women’s vagina) 毛泽西 – Mao Zexi (Play on the name Mao Zedong, dong meaning East and Xi meaning West) 包爽 – Bao Shuang (“Guaranteed satisfaction”, usually in the context of sex) 曹尼玛 – Cao Nima…
 
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    Weird News FilesWeird News Files » | The Weirdest News Ever

  • This is how pollution spreads across the world in a year

    Editor
    24 Nov 2014 | 5:24 am
    As if completely engulfed in flames. We know that carbon dioxide is in the air, but what we had not seen before was that presence al around the world. NASA has released these images in which they show CO2’s passage through the atmosphere for twelve months. Specifically  in the whole 2006. And one thing they make clear: that most of the pollution comes from the northern hemisphere, densely populated and industrialized Here’s how the northern hemisphere looks in a new animation by NASA in which they summarize in a few minutes the cycle of greenhouse gases over a year.
  • What You Ought to Know About the Power of Poop

    Author
    22 Nov 2014 | 5:41 am
    Hail to poop! You probably never thought the day will come when you pay homage to fecal matter, but it did. In certain parts of the world and certainly in the field of science, human waste has been on the spotlight for years. Urine is used to power a generator, while poop is turned into compost. But because you won’t normally think of doing anything with poop except to flush it down the toilet, you might not think much of it. Well, the time has come for you to consider the vital role it plays in sustainability. Enter the Bio-Bus. This bus that is used to ferry people from the airport to the…
  • The kid who designed a Lego prosthesis for his arm

    Editor
    19 Nov 2014 | 12:48 pm
    Aidan Robinson was born with a left arm that ends at the elbow. This made him since he was little carry prosthesis to perform daily activities. Although he learned to work seamlessly with both arms there was a difficulty: the design of the pieces used often did not conform to the necessities he had. A new little hero Tired of carrying rigid systems that did not move at all, he decided to install a myoelectric implant that allowsed him to transform his muscle movements into electrical responses to control a prosthesis. The idea was good but something was failing: it was hard to find models…
  • Canadian Lakes Polluted By Plankton That Turns Water Into Jelly

    Author
    18 Nov 2014 | 7:20 pm
    Several Canadian lakes are now suffering serious damage from the takeover of a jelly-like organism. The cause? Shortage of an important element that is considered a blight in water supply: Calcium. Too much calcium plus dissolved minerals produce hard water, which is often a curse for a lot of cities. This is because, aside from preventing soap suds from forming and damaging boilers, magnesium ions and calcium give water a rather unpleasant taste. Today, however, Canadian Lakes are being studied for exhibiting the opposite problem: lake waters being too low in calcium. The Holopedium…
  • At last the answer to why we hate our voice in a video

    Editor
    17 Nov 2014 | 12:07 pm
    Our voice is unique. The tones, feelings, gravity… usually we don’t pay much attention to how it sounds when speaking. But it’s very common for people that listen to their recorded voices, unless they’re some kind of baritone or soprano, tend to be disgusted and think, ‘Is that my voice?, how can it sound like this?’ That can’t be my voice! The explanation’s scientific and follows a process surprising to many. In short, science’s responsible to answer the question of why the sounds of the voice we perceive as own sound much more…
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    Mighty Optical Illusions

  • Lady and Hidden Animals Optical Illusion

    James Dean
    25 Nov 2014 | 7:31 am
    Good Tuesday morning, hope you all are up and enjoying a nice hot cup of coffee while you are doing things like reading the news or getting ready to head out to work.  Now, to help make your day a little bright, we have found a really cool optical illusion for you all that is really going to make you think! Today’s optical illusion is all about a beautiful picture of the woods, but there are hidden things all over this gorgeous picture. What do you all see?  Believe it or not, there are hidden animals in this picture too along with a lady! Do you all see her or any of those animals? Look…
  • Native American Spirit Optical Illusion

    James Dean
    24 Nov 2014 | 6:22 am
    Good morning everyone, and welcome to another marvelous Monday! Hope you had a great weekend, but don’t worry, this is a short week for all of us because of the Thanksgiving holiday.  Back in the 1600s, the pilgrims landed on Plymouth Rock, and they feasted together with the local tribe of Native Americans.  Ever since then, we celebrate Thanksgiving, and we also honor the Native Americans because if not for their help, those first settlers would not had survived their first year in the New World. Speaking of Native Americans, take a look at today’s optical illusion. The Native American…
  • Mystery Animal in the Rocks Optical Illusion

    James Dean
    23 Nov 2014 | 3:00 am
    Happy Sunday to all of you, and hope you all have plans for this last day of the weekend. What do you all do on Sundays? Do you all go to church, go to breakfast, and then go out for some fun? Well, we all have our own weekend traditions, but some people love to go outside even if the weather is not the most cooperative. The great outdoors is great even if it is cover with ice and snow. Speaking of the great outdoors, check out today’s optical illusion! There is a hidden animal in this field, but we are not going to tell you anything about it! If you look closely among the rocks, you may…
  • Hidden Monkeys Optical Illusion

    James Dean
    22 Nov 2014 | 3:00 am
    Saturday is here, which means a lot of resting, and possibly planning for the big holiday coming up, which is Thanksgiving! Now, not every country in the world celebrates Thanksgiving, but some do, and it’s a chance for everyone to enjoy a nice meal together. Thanksgiving is also a lot of fun because people love to cook, and cooking for families and friends is a dream come true every year. Ready to see a really cool optical illusion involving monkeys?  Check out this image of some hidden monkeys, and they really do blend in well to the background because of the combination of snow, the…
  • Rocky Face Optical Illusion

    James Dean
    21 Nov 2014 | 8:22 am
    The last day of the week is finally here, and after today, there are two whole days of rest and relaxation coming for all of us.  The holidays are also coming up fast, and hopefully, you all are working on getting all you need for Thanksgiving, and then Christmas will be right after it!  Are you all ready for the start of the holiday season?  Today’s optical illusion is all about something hidden, and take a close look at these rocks. Do you all see something hidden among these rocks? We don’t want to give anything away, but these is a very special hidden image looking back at all of…
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    Dark Roasted Blend

  • DRB Feel-Good Issue #23

    Avi Abrams
    24 Nov 2014 | 8:15 pm
    "FEEL-GOOD ISSUE" #23Link - by Avi AbramsSome joyful stuff to brighten up your dayMixed images flow: cars, girls, etc.Welcome to the new issue of Dark Roasted Blend's "Feel-Good" series: mostly bright and sweet collection of images designed to propel you along your day with a smile on your face and a spring in your gait.ChronodeVFD: A Cyberpunk Wristwatch (William Gibson and Reddit approved), build around the Soviet-surplus IVL2-7/5 VFD display tube by J. M. De Cristofaro, aka "johngineer" - more info(image credit: J. M. De Cristofaro)------------STUNNING ART"Arms Outstretched", by Hanyijie -…
  • Colorful South American Buses, Part 2

    Avi Abrams
    21 Nov 2014 | 11:42 pm
    "QUANTUM SHOT" #887 Link - article by Avi Abrams If you are braving some of the riskiest roads, you might as well have a colorful ride!DRB Time-Slice: 1969 Vehicles: Latin America BusesContinuing with our theme from the previous 1966 Time-Slice, here is a smorgasbord of various interesting buses and truck-conversions from different countries in South America, most of them using standard production models from the 1960s and 1970s - just wildly embellished and decorated. Ornate Venezuelan Buses from the 1960s"While an inexpensive bus service is available to most destinations throughout the…
  • DRB Time-Slice: 1966 Vehicles: Latin America Buses

    Avi Abrams
    20 Nov 2014 | 1:32 pm
    "QUANTUM SHOT" #886 Link - article by Avi Abrams Time-Slices: Random Delectable Pieces of Art, Style and Technology - Year-by-Year, from 1900 to NowToday we're launching a new exciting feature of Dark Roasted Blend that we've been meaning to develop for quite some time. In line with our motto and policy "Addictive Exploration", we decided to add some delectable randomness and a better focus to our pictorials and overview articles. Today we present Time-Slices: totally addictive and delicious "Best of the Best" pickings of country-specific art, culture, technology and fashion, which should go…
  • Archive: Sept-Oct 2014

    Avi Abrams
    2 Nov 2014 | 6:12 pm
    Knock Three Times: Esoteric Door Knockers & Door HandlesMost intricate, bizarre, fascinating designsThe Majesty of Orion NebulaFerocious stellar winds, causing gravitational collapseJust Horsing Around (Funny Pics)Solarium for Horses, and moreJapanese Umbrellas: Rainbow VariationsJapanese sky melts down... in color"Pale Memory" Traumatic ExplosionStunning Photo-Realistic (and Wildly Surreal) Paintings by Jeremy GeddesCreative (and Weird) Basketball HoopsExercise Anywhere! Make your hoop out of anything!Fascinating Maps: Origins of Important Historical Figures in EuropeEurope Seen Through a…
  • Link Latte 224

    Avi Abrams
    27 Oct 2014 | 2:18 pm
    #224 - Week of October 26, 2014Halloween Special: The Scariest Story of 2014 - [don't worry, it's fiction]1920s Soviet Mechs by Jakub Rozalski - [scifi gallery]8 Years of Sleep. Yes, 8 Years of Sleep - [totally absurd]Mind-Boggling Photos: Fog in Dubai - [travel, photo]The Comet Has Sand Dunes (like on Earth) - [wow space]When Art Rocked: San Francisco Music Posters 1966-1971 - [pics]Insane Record Collections & the People Who Own Them - [geek, pics]The Science of Breaking the Wheel of Cheese - [art, video]Miniature Pig plus a Giant Rabbit - [cute, aww]Very useful app for solving higher math -…
 
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    Bored Panda

  • Mother Of 4 Wakes Up Early To Make Creative Breakfasts For Her Kids

    Anne Widya
    25 Nov 2014 | 6:37 am
    My name is Anne Widya and, since my kids were little, I’ve loved trying new recipes, and making fruit carvings and other cute things out of food for my kids since they were little. I get inspiration from my 4 children, friends and everything around me. If I see a cute toy, or pictures from newspaper, magazines, books or the internet I will take a picture of it and think about how to recreate that using fruits, meat or vegetables. For breakfast, my art usually takes around 45 – 60 minutes for 3 plates. The more details I put on the plates, the earlier I have to wake up in the…
  • My Dog Bruma Is A Very Special Protagonist In My Photography

    Dani de los Muros
    25 Nov 2014 | 5:20 am
    My name is Dani de los Muros and I’m a photographer from Spain. Two years ago, I introduced a very special protagonist in my photography – my dog Bruma. Bruma is a weimaraner that was born on December 2009. Since then, I’ve been taking her with me everywhere I go. I hope you have as much fun looking at my pictures as we did taking them! More info: Instagram
  • Cat Owners In Japan Are Giving Their Cats Funny Anime Eyes

    Dovas
    25 Nov 2014 | 4:30 am
    There’s a brilliant new trend in Japan that has cat owners placing strips of paper with cartoon or anime eyes in front of their cats to give them goofy expressions. It’s called the “cat montage” (neko montaaju) and it’s hilarious. Unfortunately for my cat, I know I’m going to try this as soon as I get home. If you decide to give your cat (or dog or guinea pig) some silly cartoon or anime eyes, we’d love to see you add them to this list and vote for your favorites! (h/t: kotaku)
  • 2,000-Year-Old Mosaics Uncovered In Turkey Before Being Lost To Flooding

    Dovas
    25 Nov 2014 | 1:51 am
    We usually write about new contemporary artists at Bored Panda, but these fascinating discoveries recently made by a team of archeologists in the Turkish city of Zeugma has given us the opportunity to witness the unveiling of Greek and Roman art that hasn’t been seen in thousands of years. The site caught the attention of the international archaeological community when it was threatened by flooding due to the construction of a nearby dam in southern Turkey in 2000. When a team of archaeologists led by Professor Kutalmış Görkay of Ankara University began excavating, they found…
  • 65,000 Watch Base-Plates Create A Magical Rain Installation In Tokyo

    Dovas
    24 Nov 2014 | 7:54 am
    The DGT Architects firm, together with Japanese watchmaker CITIZEN, has created an amazing piece of installation art that breathes magic and life into an otherwise mundane object. Their installation, called “LIGHT is TIME,” features 65,000 watch baseplates hung on black thread in a black room, making them look like shimmering golden raindrops. The installation was initially presented in Milan with 80,000 plates but is now located at SPIRAL in Tokyo, so if you can make it there before November 28th, it’s worth taking a look! More info: dgtarchitects.com | spiral.co.jp |…
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    LOL Zombie

  • May your stuffing be tasty and your turkey plump.

    LOL Zombie
    24 Nov 2014 | 6:06 am
    May your stuffing be tasty. May your turkey be plump. May your potatoes and gravy have nary a lump. May your yams be delicious and your pies take the prize, and may your Thanksgiving dinner stay off your thighs! The post May your stuffing be tasty and your turkey plump. appeared first on LOL Zombie.
  • Thanksgiving is a lot like Christmas without the presents.

    LOL Zombie
    21 Nov 2014 | 5:31 am
    Thanksgiving is a lot like Christmas except you don’t get presents for holding in your family rage. It’s just a lot of food, family, and drama. The post Thanksgiving is a lot like Christmas without the presents. appeared first on LOL Zombie.
  • Thanksgiving vs Christmas – The War Is On

    LOL Zombie
    19 Nov 2014 | 7:25 pm
    Christmas can try to takeover Thanksgiving, but you’ll never take our turkey, pie, and football! The post Thanksgiving vs Christmas – The War Is On appeared first on LOL Zombie.
  • What If the Pilgrims Gave the Indians a Donkey Instead of Turkey?

    LOL Zombie
    17 Nov 2014 | 5:53 pm
    Just think… If the Indians had given the Pilgrims a donkey instead of a turkey,  we’d all be getting a piece of ass this Thanksgiving! The post What If the Pilgrims Gave the Indians a Donkey Instead of Turkey? appeared first on LOL Zombie.
  • Let the turkey chill; with TV and beer.

    LOL Zombie
    13 Nov 2014 | 6:09 pm
    This Thanksgiving, when the directions say to let the bird chill, just prop it up and give it a beer. It’ll be happy before you toss it in sauna. The post Let the turkey chill; with TV and beer. appeared first on LOL Zombie.
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    Oddity Central - Collecting Oddities

  • Portuguese Man Buys Tiny Island, Successfully Establishes His Own Kingdom

    Sumitra
    25 Nov 2014 | 8:54 am
    While this American searched the entire African continent for a piece of land to call his Kingdom, Renato Barros managed to establish his own country much closer to home. The 56-year-old Portuguese citizen purchased a small island on Funchal harbor, in Maderia, Portugal. He named it the Principality of the Pontinha, and anointed himself Prince Renato II. Pontinha is actually just the size of a one-bedroom house, and has only four citizens – Barros, his wife, and his son and daughter. In addition to his Portuguese passport, Barros holds a passport for Pontinha with the number 0001. An…
  • Sticky Art – A Giant Human Head Covered in Thousands of Pieces of Used Chewing Gum

    Sumitra
    25 Nov 2014 | 7:59 am
    Canadian novelist and artist Douglas Coupland organised a colorful, albeit sticky, art project in May this year – he invited people to stick chewed up wads of gum on a seven-foot fiberglass statue of his own head. Located on Howe Street outside Vancouver Art Gallery, the aptly named ‘Gumhead’ statue was a part of Coupland’s ‘everywhere is anywhere and anything is everything’ exhibition. By the time it was taken down on September 1, the statue was covered in gum to the last inch. And it had all melted thanks to the summer heat, resulting in a sweet sticky mess that attracted…
  • Real-Life Truman Show: Finnish Man Broadcasts Every Minute of His Life via Webcam

    Sumitra
    25 Nov 2014 | 6:21 am
    48-year-old Ari Kivikangas is into life-casting, which basically means he’s constantly broadcasting his day-to-day life webcam. But unlike other vloggers who try to come up with entertaining things to do and say on camera, Ari makes no effort to seem interesting. Surprisingly, that’s what draws more people to his UStream channel, because it makes him look authentic. Ari, or ‘Cyberman’, as he has come to be known online, claims to be online 24/7, except for a few rare breaks when he’s out picking up his epilepsy medicine or spending time with a female friend. Apart from that, he…
  • 8-Year-Old ‘Human Calendar’ Can Accurately Calculate Any Day-Date Configuration until 2068

    Sumitra
    24 Nov 2014 | 5:02 am
    At first glance, Aryan Parab looks like a regular eight-year-old kid; he likes going to school and playing football with his mates. But ask him a few questions about future dates and you’ll realize that he’s actually a mathematical genius with superhuman computational skills. The boy can work out the day on which any date falls, up to the year 2068, within seconds – faster than his friends can open their iPhone calendars! Aryan lives in Mumbai, India, with his parents who work as software engineers. He discovered his unique skill earlier this year when he was talking about…
  • Artist Creates Amazingly Realistic Food Hats

    Sumitra
    24 Nov 2014 | 4:47 am
    Israeli artist Maor Zabar’s creations look deceptively delicious, but they are meant to be worn not devoured. He uses felt, plastic and wire to create incredibly realistic models of delicious dishes and incorporates them into fashionable headgear. Some of his clever designs include a berry pie beret, an outdoor picnic fascinator, and even a salad sombrero. 36-year-old Zabar began designing the hats a couple of years ago, when he was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease. “When I discovered I had Crohn’s disease, I was forced to start a special diet and was unable to eat many of the foods I…
 
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    The Daily Weird: A New Weird Picture Every Day

  • Tasteless JFK tattoo

    Admin
    24 Nov 2014 | 9:59 pm
    The post Tasteless JFK tattoo appeared first on The Daily Weird: A New Weird Picture Every Day.
  • Disturbing coffee mug

    Admin
    23 Nov 2014 | 11:12 pm
    The post Disturbing coffee mug appeared first on The Daily Weird: A New Weird Picture Every Day.
  • Lightning inside a rainbow

    Admin
    22 Nov 2014 | 10:58 pm
    The post Lightning inside a rainbow appeared first on The Daily Weird: A New Weird Picture Every Day.
  • Really huge nose ring

    Admin
    22 Nov 2014 | 9:14 am
    The post Really huge nose ring appeared first on The Daily Weird: A New Weird Picture Every Day.
  • Guy with deformed eyes

    Admin
    20 Nov 2014 | 10:13 pm
    The post Guy with deformed eyes appeared first on The Daily Weird: A New Weird Picture Every Day.
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    Odd Stuff Magazine

  • It’s Hard to Believe these Celebrities are of Same Age

    Jaspal
    25 Nov 2014 | 8:44 am
    Sometimes age of a person can deceive you, but celebrities can’t be left as they are all culprits of beauty solutions. Hehe .. don’t take me seriously, i am about to give you some wonderful treat that will show how same age people (celebrities) look together in one frame.
  • Best Gif’s of the Day – November 25, 2014

    Jaspal
    25 Nov 2014 | 6:30 am
    If you haven’t laughed today, you probably be waiting for our gif dump, here are some really funny and interesting gif files for November 25, 2014 I need a new phone cover. Quick, blow up a balloon! http://i.imgur.com/nI3ZU9O.gif He looks so proud. http://i.imgur.com/9mFHZ4b.gif Michael Jordan was just unreal http://i.imgur.com/YQz77ko.gif Care for a drink? http://i.imgur.com/j5V01xY.gif cannonballing […]
  • Funny Pictures – November 25, 2014

    Jaspal
    25 Nov 2014 | 6:00 am
    Funny moments of the day that made us laugh today on november 25, 2014 Fighting the good fight.✊ http://i.imgur.com/eohZwLa.jpg A True Giant http://i.imgur.com/ZCeWhms.jpg My school’s 3D printer just finished this beauty http://imgur.com/LDok9do President Clinton didn’t realize my friend was taking a selfie with him http://i.imgur.com/YhGQeHl.jpg Hide your shame! http://i.imgur.com/KE6Uh38.jpg Nailed it. http://i.imgur.com/bbI8Xc5.jpg Seems legit http://i.imgur.com/5h09ynF.jpg […]
  • Beautiful Aerial View of New York City

    Jaspal
    25 Nov 2014 | 4:30 am
    Have you ever flown over New York? Would like to? We invite you to the fascinating virtual helicopter flight over the Big Apple with Slava Stepanov, checkout his profile at 500px. 1. New York is Often Called the “Capital of the World”: A “City for everyone” has the features Incorporated of Different Cultures, Which is […]
  • Animals in the City, a series by Jason McGroarty

    Jaspal
    25 Nov 2014 | 2:30 am
    Irish freelance photographer Jason McGroarty took an interesting series called Totem, consisting of photos of the desert cities in which there were only animals.
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    The Curious Diary of Mr Jam

  • 23 Nov 2014 | 5:44 pm

    Mr Jam
    23 Nov 2014 | 5:44 pm
    A woman is committing robberies by confronting cashiers and squirting breast milk at them from what we might prudishly call her “upper chestal region”.  She twice approached shop counters in Darmstadt, Germany, lifted her upper garment and started shooting. While the cashier was distracted by the sight, she grabbed the money and ran. This brilliant new crime technique should win her a place in history, as it leaves male shopkeepers totally stunned but does them no physical harm.  They may even quite like it, to be honest. “The tricky thing is to decide whether we should now classify…
  • SHE WROTE HER FIRST BESTSELLER AT 76

    Mr Jam
    16 Nov 2014 | 5:02 pm
    My teachers always told my parents: “Er, he’s probably a late developer.” Years later, I’m beginning to ask how late is late, exactly?             Could it kindly be THIS side of the after-life, please? Don’t you just hate people who seem destined for early success?             Reader Anita Chau sent me a report about pregnant UK woman Amanda Collins who entered an ultrasound scan of HER FETUS into a baby beauty contest.             Contest officials accepted the entry, although waited until after birth to give the baby her prize certificate.  …
  • THE SECRET OF BEING A HAPPY INTROVERT

    Mr Jam
    9 Nov 2014 | 6:01 pm
    I HAD A teacher who used to wake us up by shouting: “The early bird gets the worm.”                   Let him have the worm.                   I hate food that doesn’t stay still on your plate.                   Besides, I stopped eating worms at the age of three, switching to regular breakfasts of frosted cereal, to which I would add extra sugar until it was really just a bowl of white granules.                   Once I just poured milk into the sugar bowl.                   My parents were horrified,…
  • 10 dangerous myths about the Hong Kong protests

    Mr Jam
    2 Nov 2014 | 6:16 pm
    Myth 1: Business has ground to a halt. “I don't think organizing something that shuts down business is positive for Hong Kong,” lamented John Slosar, multi-millionaire chairman of Swire. Not true. More than 1,255,896 registered companies operate in Hong Kong. Only a handful have closed down. More new ones have opened than have closed. Myth 2: “The Occupy Central protests are illegal,” thunders China official Li Yuanchao. Not true. In free, economically growing societies, non-violent protests, even if they are disruptive, are a protected form of criticism.  Only in controlled,…
  • Proof that exercise is bad for your health

    Mr Jam
    26 Oct 2014 | 8:58 pm
    Your narrator met an old friend while practicing for a triathlon the other day. That is, he was practicing for a triathlon. I'd just taken a taxi to the shop for a second box of doughnuts. Now that doesn't mean I'm unhealthy, oh no. I once managed to separate two supermarket trolleys WITH MY BARE HANDS, and as everyone knows, staff weld those things together every night to torment shoppers.  Exercise is bad for your health. Proof comes in the shape of a news report a reader forwarded to me about the recent New Delhi marathon. Organizers forgot to put signs at the point where…
 
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    Amusing Planet

  • Ifrane, The Switzerland of Morocco

    Kaushik
    25 Nov 2014 | 7:25 am
    If the name Morocco conjures up images of a place with narrow, maze like streets lined with old earth-colored buildings, you are not alone. Ifrane, however, is unlike any other town in Morocco. Located at an altitude of 5,460 feet above sea level in the Middle Atlas region, this small hill town has a Swiss alpine feel to it. With neat red-roofed houses, blooming flower beds, lake-studded parks and snowbound winters, this remarkable European styled town is often referred to as “Morocco’s Switzerland.” The lush greenery, cedar forests, and pastureland that comes to life in spring and…
  • The Trans-Amazonian Highway: An Ecological Disaster

    Kaushik
    24 Nov 2014 | 1:34 am
    The Trans-Amazonian highway is a 5,000 kilometre road which cuts across the heart of the Amazon forest, spanning Brazil from the coastal city of João Pessoa in the northeast to the border with Peru. It was one of the most ambitious resettlement and economic development programs ever devised, and one of the greatest failures. The project developed in the 1970s after General Medici, military ruler of Brazil, visited the impoverished north-east of the country, which at that time was suffering under one of its periodic droughts. What he saw shocked and upset the General deeply. Land reform, the…
  • Hay-on-Wye: The Town of Books

    Kaushik
    24 Nov 2014 | 1:30 am
    Hay-on-Wye is a small market town and community on the banks of the river Wye in Powys, Wales, adjacent to the English border. Often described as "the town of books", Hay-on-Wye draws a large number of book lovers looking for bargain across more than 40 bookstores selling mostly second-hand books. The town is also home to the Hay Literature Festival which brings some 80,000 writers, publishers and literature fans from all across the world at end of May each year. It all started in 1961 when Richard Booth opened his first second-hand bookshop in Hay, in an old fire station. He hired…
  • Survival Condo Project: A Luxurious Underground Doomsday Bunker

    Kaushik
    22 Nov 2014 | 12:37 am
    The Survival Condo Project is a luxury condo complex housed in a former underground missile silo near Concordia, in Kansas, in the US. Located 15 stories below ground, it was designed to comfortably survive any apocalypse such as global health pandemics, cataclysmic weather, and terror attack, including a nuclear one. The missile silo was originally built by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in the 1960’s for the Atlas “F” missile, and there were 72 of them around the country. The walls of the silo, constructed out of epoxy-hardened concrete, are 9 feet thick and designed to survive a…
  • The Stone Towers Of Svaneti, Georgia

    Kaushik
    21 Nov 2014 | 10:36 pm
    The ancient province of Svaneti in Georgia, is located on the southern slopes of the Caucasus mountain range, on the north-western part of the country. Surrounded by the gigantic, snow-capped peaks of the high Caucasus and deep gorges, Svaneti is home to some of the highest and most isolated villages in the Caucasus. The region is so remote that it remained unconquered until the Russians exerted control in the mid-19th century. But marauding armies from foreign lands used to trouble the Svans during the Middle Ages leading to the construction of watchtowers and fortified homes. When powerful…
 
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    Unusual Places

  • Dungeness – United Kingdom’s Desert

    Curator
    5 Nov 2014 | 6:48 am
    Dungeness lies at the southernmost point of Kent and is a veritable desert of gravel and shell debris. A strange atmosphere can be found nowadays: two lighthouses are visible from afar, narrow streets, little fishing houses and a steam-powered narrow gauge railway. The surreal environment is dominated by telephone and power lines. A nuclear power […]
  • Hill of Crosses – Lithuania

    Curator
    28 Oct 2014 | 10:47 am
    The Hill of Crosses is located 12 km north of the small county town Šiauliai. The town was established in 1236 and was occupied by teutonic knights in the fourth century. The Hill of Crosses is one of the most renowned pilgrimage places in all the country and it’s a symbol of desire for freedom, […]
  • The Stampede Trail and the 142 Magic Bus

    Curator
    6 Oct 2014 | 10:49 am
    The Stampede Trail is a road located in the U.S. state of Alaska. A portion of it it’s paved but the remainder of the route consists of a primitive and dangerous hiking trail that follows the original path. In 1961 Yutan Construction began upgrading the trail so it would be used by trucks to transport […]
  • Al Naslaa Rock Formation

    Curator
    7 Sep 2014 | 6:28 am
    There are many natural occurrences that might puzzle a traveler. One of them is Al Naslaa Rock Formation, located in Tayma oasis, Saudi Arabia. Recent archaeological discoveries show that Tayma has been inhabited since the ancient times. Al Naslaa is one of the most photogenic petroglyphs in the area. The perfect slit between the two […]
  • The Most Famous Tree in Hawaii

    Curator
    6 Sep 2014 | 12:56 am
    The Banyan Tree (Ficus Benghalensis) of Lahaina, Maui is probably the most famous Banyan Tree of the Hawaiian Islands. The tree is located on the Front Street between Hotel Street and Canal Street. The banyan fig is originally from India and was planted in April, 1873 to commemorate the founding of the first Christian mission […]
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    Fact of the Day

  • A rare deep-sea anglerfish is caught on video for the first time

    Fact of the Day
    25 Nov 2014 | 6:19 am
    A rare black seadevil was captured for the first time on video in Monterey Canyon, and it’s a weird creature. The canyon plunges to a depth of nearly 3 miles — or 14,763 feet. The creature was caught alive on camera at about 1,900 feet. The fish, also known as a deep-sea anglerfish, is about […]
  • The Happiness Scale

    Fact of the Day
    24 Nov 2014 | 12:14 pm
    Are you happy? Happiness is measured throughout the world. – via visual.ly
  • World’s Deadliest Animals

    Fact of the Day
    9 Aug 2014 | 1:24 am
    Mosquitos have collectively killed more human beings throughout history than any other factor, including war.
  • 13 Interesting Facts about Animals

    Fact of the Day
    27 Jul 2014 | 2:47 am
  • The most touching Father’s Day present you’ll ever see

    Fact of the Day
    10 Jun 2014 | 6:13 am
    When he was eight years old, this son promised his dad a ’57 Chevy on his fifty-seventh birthday. Many years later, after a few months of working overtime in the factory, the kid made good and bought his dad the truck.
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    Unusual Deaths

  • Another example of “great” parenting

    Azrael
    25 Nov 2014 | 6:39 am
    Takuya Nagaya, 23, from Japan, started to slither on the floor and talk about becoming a snake. His mother took this to mean that he had been possessed by a snake demon and called for her husband, 53-year-old Katsumi Nagaya, who spent the next two days physically beating his son in an attempt to exorcise the demon. This killed Takuya.
  • Another Selfie Death

    Azrael
    25 Nov 2014 | 6:31 am
    Oscar Otero Aguilar Oscar Otero Aguilar, 21, of Mexico City, Mexico, accidentally shot himself in the head while posing for a “selfie” with a loaded gun.
  • Final Act of Revenge

    Azrael
    24 Aug 2014 | 5:08 am
    A chef, named Peng Fan, died after he was bitten by a venomous snake 20 minutes after he had cut its head off, while preparing snake soup at a restaurant in Foshan, China. Submission by Rik van Doorne. Thank you.
  • Texas newlyweds driving in separate cars died after head-on crash

    Azrael
    15 Aug 2014 | 8:55 am
    A husband (31) and his wife (26), driving in separate cars, collided head-on with each other and both died, in Texas, USA. Submission by Rik van Doorne. Thank you.
  • A Muscovite killed by iPad

    Azrael
    4 Aug 2014 | 7:31 am
    A 17-year-old girl from Moscow died of electric shock in a bathtub when she dropped her iPad connected to the power outlet.
 
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    Assez-vu

  • Il Cinebox, ovvero i videoclip prima dei videoclip

    assez-vu
    25 Nov 2014 | 2:30 am
    A fine anni 50 in Italia venne ideato, e prodotto, un magico scatolone simile al jukebox che prendeva il nome di Cinebox. La differenza fondamentale dal jukebox era che il Cinebox, come suggeriva il nome stesso, poteva trasmettere anche delle immagini e non si limitava perciò a riprodurre la sola musica. Così, nel giro di poco, si sviluppò un vero e proprio mercato di video delle canzoni destinati a essere proiettati nei Cinebox, in 16 mm e a colori: nasceva, così, l’arte del videoclip. Una trasmissione Rai di qualche anno fa, dal titolo Cinebox – I 60 a colori, ha…
  • 74/33 Playlist > Danse Macabre

    assez-vu
    20 Nov 2014 | 4:42 am
    La mia playlist di novembre per 74/33 s’intitola “Danse Macabre”, come le raffigurazioni medievali di danze fra uomini e scheletri, ma anche come il nome del componimento di Camille Saint-Saëns che chiude questa selezione. Brani di ogni genere e epoca e un unico filo conduttore: un po’ di sano humor nero.   Dimmi, vuoi essere la mia compagna di gioco? Vuoi sempre, sempre giocare? Andare insieme nel buio, con cuore infantile sembrare importante, prendere posto con serietà a capotavola, versare vino e acqua con sapienza, lanciare perle, gioire per niente, e…
  • Libri matti dal passato

    assez-vu
    13 Nov 2014 | 4:35 am
    Una raccolta di libri troppo incredibili per essere veri… Di vario genere e provenienza, questi libri sono accomunati dal fatto di avere titoli o copertine un po’ fuori dagli schemi. E, in alcuni casi, entrambe le cose. “Sii felice di essere nevrotico” “Divertiti assieme ai tuoi piccioni” “I segreti della cucina per gatti” “Amici gay” “La tua Volkswagen è un simbolo sessuale?” “Il cavallo è morto” “Mangiare la gente è sbagliato” “Giochi che puoi fare con il tuo gatto” (ehm, pussy…
  • Kenneth Anger: Il signor Rabbia, un musicista misterioso e un Impermeabile

    assez-vu
    12 Nov 2014 | 6:49 am
    Questa è la storia del signor Kenneth Wilbur Anglemeyer – meglio noto come Kenneth Anger (sì proprio “anger”, come “rabbia”) – di Jonathan Halper, misterioso musicista pressoché sconosciuto e degli A Raincoat (in italiano “Un Impermeabile”), band dal nome piuttosto bizzaro tanto in lingua madre quanto in traduzione…Nel corso degli anni Sessanta e Settanta, il destino di questi tre elementi si incrocia grazie a due cortometraggi opera del signor Rabbia (d’ora in avanti lo chiameremo così). Sì perché il signor Rabbia, in più di…
  • McCall’s Knitting Adverts (1955)

    assez-vu
    11 Nov 2014 | 6:00 am
    Direttamente dagli anni 50, le pubblicità matte della McCall’s… “Una piccola parte di te finisce in tutto quello che fai (a maglia)”. Letteralmente. L'articolo McCall’s Knitting Adverts (1955) sembra essere il primo su Assez-vu.
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    DIVERjENCY

  • Funniest soccer shootout ever.

    NS
    25 Nov 2014 | 10:28 am
    We’ll say it right up front: this is sick in a Road Runner cartoon kind of way, but it’s also very funny. A soccer goalkeeper goes down in history for five of the most gruesome saves of all time. Reminded us of Wile E. Coyote falling off the high cliff again and again. Stuff like that never gets old. The post Funniest soccer shootout ever. appeared first on Diverjency.
  • Giant semi-truck jumps over speeding F1 race car.

    NS
    24 Nov 2014 | 12:30 pm
    This amazing stunt seems like it must be bogus, but it’s legit. The huge truck sets a new world record for jump distance when it thunders down a controlled track and soars off a heavy duty ramp. It sails clear over a race car driven by a fearless pilot who has only a split second to swerve under the truck and pop out into safe space on the other side. Watch the ‘making of’ behind the scenes video here. The post Giant semi-truck jumps over speeding F1 race car. appeared first on Diverjency.
  • What to do when your friend leaves his phone unguarded while he goes to the restroom.

    NS
    19 Nov 2014 | 11:08 am
    Funny video from Tripp and Tyler that’s full of advice about how to use your phone. We’re not saying it’s good advice, because most of it definitely isn’t. But it made us laugh anyway. We especially liked the tips about pranks you can play on your buddy when he innocently leaves his phone on the table with you while he goes to the restroom. And why it’s a good idea to end a phone conversation with just one closing remark. The post What to do when your friend leaves his phone unguarded while he goes to the restroom. appeared first on Diverjency.
  • Machine chews up fridge, sofa and huge truck tire.

    NS
    19 Nov 2014 | 10:52 am
    This hungry machine will eat anything. Here it is in action, devouring a full-size refrigerator, large sofa and big truck tire. Not even a burp afterward. Let’s just say you don’t want to fall into this massive metal muncher. The post Machine chews up fridge, sofa and huge truck tire. appeared first on Diverjency.
  • Man loses weight and now has way too much skin.

    NS
    13 Nov 2014 | 5:48 am
    There are lots of advantages to losing weight if you’re obese. But this isn’t one of them. This guy dropped so many pounds his skin couldn’t adjust to his new smaller body. Kudos for his efforts to get fit and for sharing his story with us. The post Man loses weight and now has way too much skin. appeared first on Diverjency.
 
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    Unusual

  • Marvelous Stone Stacking by Michael Grab

    weirdo
    31 Oct 2014 | 3:08 am
    The Boulder, Colorado-based artist spends long and lonely meditative hours in the woods, finding stones large and small, and placing them at seemingly impossible rest atop their pointed end. The result is utterly amazing balance between stillness and motion. According to Michael, “Alongside the art, setting rocks into balance has also become a way of showing appreciation, offering thanksgiving, and inducing meditation.” Check out his website and Facebook for more incredible pictures. – via visualnews.com, Part 2.
  • Being an amputee makes for some cool photoshoots

    weirdo
    27 Oct 2014 | 6:12 am
    Reddit user ChutneyRain has lost her leg 12 years ago after her foot was crushed by a 400+ lbs boulder. Her family is pretty morbid. They crack really awful jokes about missing a leg all the time. One day ChutneyRain and her mom were at the Spirit store and found a fake leg, and well.. came up with this creepy photoshoot. Why sit around an wallow when you can disturb the normal folk to no end?
  • Insane Stock Photography Images

    weirdo
    3 Oct 2014 | 1:15 am
    Thailand is AWEsome! Stock photography is the supply of images, which are often licensed for specific uses. And then there are these, which are too weird to even imagine them being used in any actual project. However, they exist. Comfortable and delicious Easy goal Martial Sausage Arts Crime against the caveman Snack time Futuristic corn Chicken doll A fish in the hands… Gas guzzler Right to bear watermelons Delicious computer Working ergonomically Happy thumb Shocking feet Box ride Lunch hour Santa punk Canned brain Gas mask Intense chicken wing Soccer fan Family of Tourists – via…
  • Keira Rathbone – Typewriter Artist

    weirdo
    18 Aug 2014 | 10:55 am
    Queen Elizabeth II Keira Rathbone is a West London-based fine artist. She grew up in Dorset and studied Fine Art at UWE in Bristol. Over the past ten years Keira has developed a far-reaching reputation for her experiments into typewriter art. Hammersmith Bridge Keira sees her vintage manual typewriter’s characters purely as marks, stripped of their conventional purpose. She is interested in the collective effects of these marks in her ‘typictions’ as she literally sketches -tapping the marks with varying intensity, whilst directing the paper around the platen to capture her chosen…
  • Street Art by JPS

    weirdo
    11 Aug 2014 | 9:58 am
    UK street artist JPS creates amazing paintings and installations in urban areas. Back in 2012, he received Bizarre magazine award. You can see more over on his Facebook page and Instagram. – via Collosal.
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    Mix Top Ten Lists

  • Top 10 Most Annoying People at the Gym

    admin
    24 Nov 2014 | 1:31 pm
    I’m sure we’ve all all run into a few of these annoying people at the gym and elsewhere. Whether they give you a good chuckle or pushing your every button, here is my top ten list of the most annoying people typically found at the gym.   10. The Juice Monkey: Juice Monkeys are a staple of most weight rooms, although they will never be spotted near any cardio equipment. Juice Monkeys are characterized by an obvious abuse of steroids and associated extreme anger and hostility (roid rage). They often grunt and scream, but more often than not they yell obscenities. Then can be found…
  • Top 10 Pathetic Politicians

    admin
    23 Nov 2014 | 10:49 am
    Here is a list of ten politicians who will go down as the most pathetic leaders in world history. The leaders all held some type of office in the 21st century. If we go any further, we feel the list may be too short for the subject.   10. Rod Tam: Rod Tam is a former state legislator as well as Honolulu city councilman. He got the nickname the “hungry councilman” for using his council money to enjoy going out to local eateries with family, friends, and constituents. He was found guilty for 26 counts of third and fourth degree theft.   9. Ernest Koroma: This is the president of…
  • Top 10 Most Overrated Bands

    admin
    21 Nov 2014 | 6:49 am
    Here are ten of the most overrated bands of all time. Many of them were successful many decades ago. But as time passes by, they’re getting old and are losing their fame and appeal.   10. Red Hot Chili Peppers Red Hot Chili Peppers is an American funk band that was founded in 1983. In their music they combine the styles of funk with punk rock as well as psychedelic rock. For over 30 years this band stayed true to their terse formula. This formula for success sometimes worked for them, while at other times it grew boring for their critics and fans alike. Surprisingly enough, their…
  • Top Ten Mysterious Natural Phenomena

    admin
    16 Nov 2014 | 9:04 pm
    Although humans have made great strides in unearthing the laws that govern this universe we live in, there are certain areas of our experience that remain unexplained or mysterious. The following represent the most baffling ten of these mysterious phenomena.   10. Crop Circles Crop circles are organized harmonic forms that mysteriously appear all across the world, the result of an energy interacting with the physical world – in this instance it is plants. This energy is comprised of light, sound and magnetism. To date, crop circles have been seen in just under 30  countries,…
  • Top 10 Most Awesome Female Artists Ever

    admin
    16 Nov 2014 | 7:43 pm
    Here is a list of the ten most awesome female artists ever. They’ve left a large impact on the musical industry with their work, the talents, and their legacy. All artists are living and are active in the 21st century.   10. Joni Mitchell Joni Mitchell is Canadian born musician, singer songwriter as well as painter. Many of her songs, such as “Urge for Going”, “Big Yellow Taxi”, and “Chelsea Morning”, were covered by some of the most notable folk singers. She has also influenced musicians of various genres with her music and the Rolling Stones…
 
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    RedShed

  • A Video Guide To Palawan – Voted Most Exotic Island On Earth

    Dale De Leon
    21 Nov 2014 | 3:12 am
    RedShed blogger Dale took his GoPro with him on his recent trip to Palawan Island, the Philippines, which has just been voted the most exotic island on earth. In this travel guide, Dale takes us through what the amazing undiscovered islands have to offer. The post A Video Guide To Palawan – Voted Most Exotic Island On Earth appeared first on RedShed.
  • Pet Fact Files

    Shaun Wheatcroft
    19 Nov 2014 | 8:54 am
    Pet Fact Files - Find out facts about your favourite pet with RedShed's new pet fact files. From cats and dogs to mice, budgies, hamsters and goldfish, they've all got their own little slice of history and they're waiting to share it with you. The post Pet Fact Files appeared first on RedShed.
  • How To Make A Snowman Olaf Pizza For Christmas

    Emily Chapman
    14 Nov 2014 | 8:55 am
    Get the kids in the kitchen this Christmas holidays and joining in on the cooking with this recipe for a snowman pizza that is a lot more healthy than you might think. The post How To Make A Snowman Olaf Pizza For Christmas appeared first on RedShed.
  • Green Gyms: The Best Things In Life Are Free

    Judith Miguel
    13 Nov 2014 | 8:49 am
    There's a new and cheap way to keep fit that costs nothing - Green Gyms! The craze is sweeping the nation, getting more people outdoors and helping save the environment. The post Green Gyms: The Best Things In Life Are Free appeared first on RedShed.
  • Clever and Affordable Storage for Home & Office

    Dale De Leon
    13 Nov 2014 | 4:20 am
    Whether you need home and office storage help, moving and organisation tips, or are just looking for some inspiration, we can help with these cheap and affordable ideas for storage. The post Clever and Affordable Storage for Home & Office appeared first on RedShed.
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    Utmost Array

  • Top 5 Reasons How Dell Storage SC4020 Can Help Your Business?

    Jyotsna Ramani
    25 Nov 2014 | 3:01 am
    Data is important to any business today and for that you need the best storage devices and equipment that can help you do more than just store the data. While there are many storage devices you have to focus on storage devices that offer you plenty of options and reasons to buy it. Dell Storage SC4020 has recently been awarded the title of the Most Valuable Product by ISMB and it is based on the enterprise-class storage solution to offer the best storage solution to small and medium size businesses. However, here we take a quick look at the top 5 reasons how Dell Storage SC4020 can help your…
  • Top 4 Reasons Why You Should Watch Worst Cooks in America Season 6

    Sheikh Zeeshan
    24 Nov 2014 | 2:28 am
    Are you tired of the same old scripted shows? Well, there are certainly some interesting shows happening that not just have the same old boring scripted conversations, but something new to eat. Food Network has always come up with some interesting food related shows that offer the right kind of action, drama and comedy as well. Worst Cooks in America has been quite popular with many people across North America and the sixth season is soon going to be launched early next year from January 4th at 9 pm ET/PT on a Sunday. While it certainly has the same format, we take a look at top 4 reasons why…
  • 8 Dying Technologies that We No Longer Need in 2015

    Jyotsna Ramani
    21 Nov 2014 | 5:02 am
    We live in a technological world and we are practically surrounded by many technologies that help us simplify our life and the things we do. However, technology today is changing at the speed of light and every day we witness new technological gadgets being invented that help us to do things in a better way. As many new technologies are invented there are many old ones that gradually disappear from our life. Many gadgets and gizmos that were once indispensable part of our life are now gone and some are on the verge to disappear. Here we focus on 8 obsolete technologies that are about to…
  • Ken Block Reappears with the Gymkhana SEVEN

    Suhail Ajmal
    20 Nov 2014 | 9:38 am
    The professional rally driver, Ken Block has returned with the seventh episode of his spine-chilling video series called Gymkhana. This time, the crazy racer has taken a 1965 Mustang and transformed it into a road beast. The modified Mustang is said to be powered by a 845 horsepower engine, coupled with a six-speed transmission. The car boasts an all-wheel drive system, dropped down bodywork and funky black paint. In Gymkhana 7, the revamped Mustang shows some crazy driving moves in the streets, freeways and assorted landmarks across Los Angeles. The video features lots of sliding, spinning,…
  • Save Precious Time: 10 Best Android Applications for Accepting Payment

    Christopher Cuna
    19 Nov 2014 | 2:51 am
    A smartphone has become one of the important tools that we use for our daily lives. It’s used for your credit cards, banks, images, records, and more than what you could imagine! It can even be used for easy to access transactions. There are applications available that will allow you to pay for an item through your phone or by swiping your card through a mobile phone card reader. If you’re a business looking to do transactions through mobile credit card processing systems, most of the companies that develop these applications will provide you with a free card reader. Some of the…
 
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