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  • Dead End! Fresh Start!
    on Apr 30, 2010 in How To Personal
    I thought making a blog is easy. The template was easy to design because I have some experience in Photoshop but the content is hard to obtain. It's easy to copy articles from www but you don't get any visitors this way. So I decided to write an arti...
  • What Is That Sniffing Noise Boxers Make When Throwing Punches?
    on Apr 25, 2010 in Food For Thought sports Boxing
    Listen carefully to any boxing match, or to any boxer shadowboxing, and you will hear a sniffing sound every time a punch is thrown. This sound is known to many in the boxing trade as the “snort”.A “snort” is nothing more than an exhalation o...
  • Civil rights groups fight Arizona Immigration Law
    on Apr 25, 2010 in News Arizona Immigration Law
    Civil rights groups were preparing to fight controversial anti-immigration laws introduced in Arizona. Gov. Jan Brewer ignored criticism from President Barack Obama and signed into law a bill on Friday that supporters said would take handcuffs off po...
  • Tornado Strikes Yazoo City Mississippi
    on Apr 24, 2010 in News Mississippi Tornado Yazoo City
             A large tornado hit Yazoo City in west-central Mississippi Saturday, according to the National Weather Service. Numerous buildings in the twister's path were destroyed. A NWS spokesman says the tornado was 3/4 of a mile wide. It hit the...
  • 2010 NFL Draft Prospects
    on Apr 24, 2010 in NFL News Draft 2010
    Quarterback Ranking: Sam Bradford, Oklahoma | Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame | Tim Tebow, Florida | Colt McCoy, Texas | Dan LeFevour, Central Michigan | Tony Pike, Cincinnati  |John Skelton, Fordham |Jarrett Brown, West Virginia | Jevan Snead, Ole Miss |...
  • Franck Ribery Prostitution Scandal About To End
    on Apr 24, 2010 in Ribery Scandal News
    Zaharia Dehar, the prostitute who allegedly slept with Bayern Munich and France star Franck Ribery and two other international footballers when she was 17, has broken her silence.The now 18-year-old claims that Ribery, along with the other two player...
  • Why Do Dogs Walk Around in Circles Before Lying Down?
    on Apr 23, 2010 in Food For Thought Dogs
          The most common and logical explanation for the phenomenon is that in the wild, circling was a method of preparing a sleeping area or bed, particularly when it was necessary to flatten down an area among tall grass, leaves, and rocks. Some e...
  • 10 Tips To Help You Find Lost Things
    on Apr 23, 2010 in Tips and Tricks lost n found lost
    1. One of the most common recovery areas for lost objects is the automobile. Your object may simply be lying on the car seat, where you left it. Or it may have become wedged between cushions, or have fallen on the floor. If you were traveling in an a...
  • Why Is the Scoring System in Tennis So Weird?
    on Apr 23, 2010 in Food For Thought sports tennis
    Tennis as we know it today is barely over a hundred years old. A Welshman, Major Walter Clopton Wingfield, devised the game as a diversion for his guests to play on his lawn before the real purposefor the get-together—a pheasant shoot. Very quickly...
  • Why Does American Electricity Run on A.C. Rather Than D.C.?
    on Apr 23, 2010 in Food For Thought U.S.A electricity
    Direct current flows only in one direction. Alternating current flows back and forth continuously. Thomas Edison was a proponent of direct current (he had a financial stake in it), which worked fine in the early days of electric light, because the ge...
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