Sci-Fi Lists - Top 100 Sci-Fi Books. Today's date. Astro.unl.edu/naap/motion3/animations/sunmotions.swf. Alt Codes - How to make those Smiley Faces. For those who would like to know how to do the copyright symbol © or the Registered Trademark symbol ® or other things like funny faces etc.
For all of these you press the ALT key and while the ALT key is pressed down you put in the numbers from your NUMBER PAD on your keyboard- (it won't work using the numbers at the top of the keyboard) make sure your NUM LOCK is ON. There are all different kinds of codes, from those drivers use in a truckers report forum to Alt codes like those found here. Of course when truckers report in on a truckers report forum their codes are very different from those found below, they don't comment on copyright codes but rather codes of the road...even still codes are extremely important in various occupations. Below you'll find a comprehensive list to help you learn more about Alt Codes. ¤ - Alt 15 ¶ - Alt 20 § - Alt 21 | - Alt 124 Ç - Alt 128.
Geek T-Shirts. SnorgTees is a small company specialized in pop-culture inspired, random, and all around funny t-shirt designs.
Snorg got its start back in May 2004 when small group of friends decided that they weren’t meant for a real job. They got their options narrowed down to international jewel thieves or internet t-shirt tycoons. Luckily, they decided to pick the second option. Fast forward a few years and they’ve grown to the point where people mistake them for an actual business. They’ve even shipped a shirt to NASA. Star Wars on Earth. Design Art Cartoons Cars About Follow RSS Advertise Search Star Wars on Earth - /by @42concepts .
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