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Chart: Should You Have Kids? momlogic's Momstrosity: To procreate or not to procreate -- that is the question. Here is the answer. ( Click on image to enlarge) Humorous Egg Art [20 Pics] The egg is probably the most versatile and economical ingredient one has on hand to make some wonderful dishes. But in this post you will see the real emotion of eggs when you go to make a dish with egg. Photo credit: 1 to 4: XxdrummerxX Photo credit: lilineko Photo credit: razorscarred Photo credit: Ive-got-soul Photo credit: faerie191 Photo credit: RiouMegumi Photo credit: MaryElizabethMcClain Photo credit: ainekatt Photo credit: Magic-Fox Photo credit: ~xMimi-Madnessx Photo credit: Vegasbride Photo credit: darklanternssee Photo credit: one-slip Photo credit: Trousy Photo credit: MarioMastr Photo credit: pop-the-bubbles Photo credit: Al-Maaida-Arts inShare3 598

125-piece metal puzzle can be put together to form a working gun This might look like a relatively straightforward 3D metal puzzle, but it holds a secret: if you put some of its pieces together in the right way, it'll turn into a functioning gun. Yes, if you take about 20 of the pieces in this 125-piece puzzle and put them together properly, you'll have a fully-functional single-shot .45 caliber handgun. Uh, cool? Luckily, the whole thing requires a special key to begin disassembling it, so the chances of some kid stumbling upon it at a toy store and ending up with a deadly weapon are slim to none. Maxton via Neatorama

Our First Lawsuit - Office of Strategic Influence is accused of plagiarism by a gold digger Our response. It's been about a month and we have not heard back from them. I have consulted with my brother in regards to your letter. He shared your letter with his law firm. Four corporate lawyers spent eight hours reviewing it. While they were over, they advised me to respond to you, and tell you to go fuck yourself. They told me to post your letter on our website.

Only in Russia… | “Only in Russia” is a surprisingly popular topic. But what is it people want that’s only available in Russia? Based on internet search data, bizarre answers are revealed. (top weird phrases people enter into search engines with “Russia”; # per year) “from russia with love” – over 140,000 searches per year 1963, Sean Connery, 007, and a story that still thrills… It’s a dated version of Russia that people still love: “is tide laundry detergent sold in russia” – over 50,000 Why on Earth do so many people want to know? “opera in russia salaries” – over 50,000 You know global unemployment figures are bad when… “russia bikini” – over 100,000 searches Possible proof that western men dislike the body types produced by their own western diet? Andrey via Compfight “amber room russia” – over 80,000 Now this is an interesting story. “women saratov russia” – over 80,000 searches According to the online search data, the Russian city of Saratov is a clear #1 destination for people seeking Russian women.

25 Funny Vandalized Signs Sign vandalism is such a popular American passtime that it annually costs more than $270 million to the taxpayer. Some vandals however do manage to rearrange, draw, spay or rub some genuine hilarities. Here, we have dug up 25 such works of art. Spotted on the way to Mordor (Tongariro National Park, NZ) Durham, Great Place to Grow Pot In the memory of Ronnie James Dio. The many pleasures of Constance Bay Never leave empty space on a billboard! Graffiti Removal Hotline Inevitable! M. Many twists and turns but predictable end. Clearly asking to be vandalized. Desperate adulteration in Central Markets, Adelaide. Carved out at Golden Ear, British Colombia. “Share a Snow” Starbucks Ad improved at Union Square, New York. Public Service Vandalism Located in National Cougar Reserve. DiCrapios Shitter Island Yet another “Drive Carefully” sign abused. Public awareness message spotted in Seattle. Rate :

Are you artistic or logic – Maybe both… Posted on Monday, September 10th, 2007 by Roy Pessis Look at the dancer below. What do you see? If you see her turning clockwise (right) then your left side of the brain is doing most of the work, which means you are more of a logic/analyzing person. If you see the dancer turning counter-clockwise (left) then your right side of the brain is in charge, this means you are the artistic/intuition person. You control the way the dancer turns. photos, weekly faves « Top 50 Sites for Kids – The Amusement Park of the Web | Weekly Faves – September 17 » Error Message Gallery Atom Smasher's Error Message Gallery Make your own error messages

Mark Twain Gives Nine Tips for Living an Extraordinary Life by Henrik Edberg Is truth stranger than fiction? Perhaps. “Let us live so that when we come to die even the undertaker will be sorry.” “When your friends begin to flatter you on how young you look, it’s a sure sign you’re getting old.” You may know Mark Twain for some of his very popular books like Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. Twain is known for his many – and often funny – quotes. 1. “A man cannot be comfortable without his own approval.” If you don’t approve of yourself, of your behaviour and actions then you’ll probably walk around most of the day with a sort of uncomfortable feeling. This can, in a related way, be a big obstacle in personal growth. What you may be bumping into there are success barriers. Or if you make some headway in the direction you want to go you may start to sabotage for yourself. So you need give yourself approval and allow yourself to be who you want to be. 2. “Age is an issue of mind over matter. 4. 5. 6. And that’s OK. 8.

Mental Math Tricks to Impress Your Friends One thing that fascinates me is performing mental math. Being able to quickly perform additions, subtraction, multiplications etc is a good way to impress your friends. The problem is, I’m not a math genius, and I don’t know much behind simple arithmetic. If you’re anything like me, but you’d still like to learn some basic math tricks, I hope you’ll find this list useful. Simple tricks How to multiply any two digits number by 11 Let’s say that you want to find the product of 36 and 11. Example: What happens if the sum of the two numbers is bigger than 9? Square any two digits number that ends with 5 Calculating the square of a number below 100 is extremely simple. Multiply any two digits numbers with the same first digit and the second digit that sums up to 10 Let’s say that you want to multiply 42 and 48 together. Note that if the product of the second digits is below ten, you have to add a 0 in front of it. Multiply by 9 Quickly find percentages Addition Left to right approach Subtraction ie.

Martin Fowler FFSJ: The Fastest File Splitter and Joiner Features FFSJ is... Very fast: FFSJ can optimize disk-cache and memory usage, this makes FFSJ 3-5 times faster than HJ-Split, WinSplit, MasterSplitter in both splitting and joining tasks. Of course, it is much faster than any compression program. Simple: FFSJ works well on all Windows platforms. FFSJ-Lite doesn't need any requirement of installations or complicated DLLs. Small: Both FFSJ-Lite and FFSJ-Standard editions are small enough to fit on a floppy disk. Easy to use: FFSJ has a friendly user-interface, it can be used to split any file. Easy to be integrated: Since v3.0, FFSJ published its command-line interface. Secure: FFSJ uses an advanced encryption algorithm to make your data much more secure from unauthorized access. Compatible: FFSJ can join parts produced by HJ-Split. Free and Safe: FFSJ-Lite and FFSJ-Standard are free and clean, both editions do not contain any form of adwares, spywares, viruses, trojans and backdoors. Download User Manuals FFSJ-Lite vs. How to split a file? 1.

On TermKit I've been administering Unix machines for many years now, and frankly, it kinda sucks. It makes me wonder, when sitting in front of a crisp, 2.3 million pixel display (i.e. a laptop) why I'm telling those pixels to draw me a computer terminal from the 80s. And yet, that's what us tech nerds do every day. The Unix philosophy talks about software as a toolset, about tiny programs that can be composed seamlessly. In the meantime, we've gotten a lot better at displaying information. And yet the world of Unix is rife with jargon, invisible processes, traps and legacy bits. So while I agree that having a flexible toolbox is great, in my opinion, those pieces could be built a lot better. I see TermKit as an extension of what Apple did with OS X, in particular the system tools like Disk Utility and Activity Monitor. Rich Display It's 2011, and monospace text just doesn't cut it anymore. So instead, I opted for a front-end built in WebKit. Pipes So how do we fix this? Synchronous interaction