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Greg Rutter's Second Definitive List of The 99 Things You Should Have Already Experienced On The Internet Unless You're a Loser or Old or Something

Greg Rutter's Second Definitive List of The 99 Things You Should Have Already Experienced On The Internet Unless You're a Loser or Old or Something

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Funny Free Translation Tool Bad Translator Machine translations are useful for getting a general idea about what text written in a foreign language means. However, "general idea" isn't always exactly accurate; the translator literally translates (word for word) the text which often results in grammatically incorrect, if not completely incoherent, text. We've developed Bad Translator to show just how funny things can get. Enter any text in English then click "Translate!" Durak Durak (Дурак) is the Russian word for fool and is the name of a group of related games. All these games are played no to find a winner, but to find a loser - the fool - who will be subject to various mockery, jokers, forfeits, etc. The game consists of a series of attacks in which one player leads one or more cards and another player (the defender) may try to beat them, in which case they are discarded from the game. If unable or unwilling to beat the attacking cards, the defender has to pick them up. The aim is to get rid of all one's cards, and the last player left holding cards is the fool.

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Euchre Origins[edit] Euchre appears to have been introduced into the United States by the early German settlers of the state of Wisconsin,[3] and from that state gradually to have been disseminated throughout the nation. It has been more recently theorized that the game and its name derives from an eighteenth-century Alsatian card game named Juckerspiel,[4] a derivative of Triomphe. Also, it may have been introduced by immigrants from Cornwall, England, where it remains a popular game. Bird's eye view: Nature's way of imitating art as flamingos create remarkable image By Daily Mail Reporter Updated: 08:14 GMT, 23 November 2010 Now here's a clear case of life imitating art. This remarkable image shows a colony of Caribbean flamingos spontaneously arranging themselves into the shape of one giant flamingo. A colony of Caribbean flamingos spontaneously arrange themselves into the shape of one giant flamingo in Yucatan, Mexico Photographer Bobby Haas had been taking hundreds of pictures of the birds from a helicopter

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