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Adjust Your Car Mirrors Properly To Avoid Accidents. Kinja is in read-only mode. We are working to restore service. The problem with figure 1 is that you can't see behind you when you open your door. In an increasing number of US states, there are specific laws against dooring a cyclist, and it's not just a mere inconvenience or boo-boo to the cyclist; picture your hand pinched between the handlebars and the edge of your door. Or picture taking the nice pointy corner of the door frame to the chest. Now. Situational awareness (ie, knowing what cars are around you) is not rocket science. You're piloting 2 tons of metal at speeds faster than we were ever intended by nature to travel. Flagged. Angry Birds: Crows Never Forget Your Face.

E-cards · Vladstudio. R. Gary Patterson. Bookmans Does Book Dominoes - YouTube. Nine Stubborn Brain Myths That Just Won't Die, Debunked by Science. Hard Rock Memorabilia. Tribes-of-indian-nations-map.jpg. Kaleidoscope Painter. Meowmania. Drawing Board. Tonfall-sequencer.swf. - Can you name the U.S. States? SimplytheBest. 18 Great Sites To Learn A New Language. Advertisement In Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy, interstellar travelers had a little fish, called a Babelfish, that they could slip into their ear and make them instantly literate in any language. We normal, boring humans, however, do not have this luxury, which is why we must rely on the internet. Although there are endless resources to learn languages on the web, it is often difficult to find quality websites that offer structured lesson plans for free.

I, however, have scrounged the murky depths of the web to bring you the following, resource-packed sites; may they be the Babelfish for your future forays. BBC Languages BBC Languages’ site is very aesthetically pleasing, even though the organization is a bit confusing. However, for those inclined to pursue either French, Spanish, German, or Italian further, BBC Languages offers a total of six 12-week courses in those languages. LiveMocha Check out Saikat’s review of LiveMocha here. Babbel Foreign Services Institute Spanish Chinese French.

123 Greetings - free ecards. The Alphabetizer puts just about any list in alphabetical order. Mathway | Math Problem Solver. Anagram Solver. Sorry also about breaking the ? Blank tile function. Carolyn reported the issue and it's fixed We added a new feature on the Scrabble page that allows ENDS with and STARTS with Anagrams Solved - Solutions to single word anagrams and its sub-word combinations Anagrams are words that contain the same letters. Add to Delicious As of today, the Scrabble word score is now being calculated! If you're logged in, the Auto-typer has been fixed to work for Spelling Bee and Word Slugger Use a different dictionary How to use this site General Help Most of the solutions above require a clue that is typed in a search box.

Play Games Other Sites Message Board Design Contest Other Tools User Options. 10 Hilariously Outdated Instructional FIlms - Listverse. Pop Culture The 1950s and 1960s—it was a simpler time in America, when the men brought home the bacon and the women knew their place. That doesn’t mean there were no dangers lurking . . . dangers like not knowing how to properly stir a cake, how to help your hardworking husband relax, or how to deal with those pesky women who thought they belonged out in the workplace.

Fortunately, these informational short films were made to teach young people everything they needed to know in order to navigate the high-demand world of the ’50s and ’60s. 10The Relaxed Wife1957 If this doesn’t illustrate the difference between the hardworking, stressed man with the weight of the world on his shoulders and the relaxed housewife with not a care in the world, nothing does. She has all sorts of stressful things to deal with, too, like children and doing laundry, but she knows how to let the world’s problems take care of themselves. 9Boys Beware1961 By then, it was almost too late for Jimmy. 6Snap Out Of It!

//NULLTHING// 4 C's - Diamonds. NEW YORK (AP) — Buying a diamond ring can be intimidating. What do you look for? How much should you pay? Should you buy online or in a store? Demystify the process by learning about the four C's: carat, color, clarity and cut. This system of grading diamonds was developed 60 years ago by the Gemological Institute of America. Then do some research online or visit jewelers. You'll soon understand your options. THE FOUR C's —Carat is a weight measurement. Small diamonds are cheaper than large diamonds. —Color is graded by letter, starting with D for rare, colorless diamonds. Farther down the scale, you'll notice differences. View gallery FILE - This Sept. 1, 2011 file photo shows "The Elizabeth Taylor Diamond," a 33.19 carat a gift to t … —Clarity measures diamond flaws, called inclusions, which might appear as tiny spots, clouds or cavities in the stone.

—Cut measures workmanship, rather than a diamond's inherent qualities. What should you look for in each of the C's? Linda and Walter Salsa Dancing.