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RALEIGH, N.C. -- With their elderly parents seated across the octagonal oak table, Donna and Jim Parker were back in the kitchen they knew so well – the hutch along one wall crammed with plates, bells and salt-and-pepper shakers picked up during family trips; at the table's corner, the spindly wooden high chair where a 7-year-old Jim had tearfully confessed to setting a neighbor's woods ablaze.
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by Robert Greene and Joost Elffers Law 1 Never Outshine the Master Always make those above you feel comfortably superior. In your desire to please or impress them, do not go too far in displaying your talents or you might accomplish the opposite – inspire fear and insecurity. Make your masters appear more brilliant than they are and you will attain the heights of power.
One thing that every geek can do is quote their favorite geek-culture media, whether it’s movies, books, television, theater or music. The GeekDads have tried to compile a list of such quotes for your enjoyment. This list is certainly not definitive. Indeed, it’s only the beginning! Feel free to add your own (clean) ones in the comments below.
Ever held a finger monkey before?
Do you have a New Year’s resolution you wish more people would make?
Robot For President YouTube - Hitler Banned From iSketch! Content Aware Image Resizing (found by J-Roen) SeaDragon @ TED The Bad Signage Pool Dice Stacking Fantoche (2 times) RENT - online auditions Polo without the horse 3d motion portrait Fruit Vessel Monkey Loves Pigeon Jessica the Pet Hippo (found by Julia ) Treadmill Madness Bending Light Sleeping Concert In Spain Partial Face Transplants Cop riding Segway runs down suspect color matching coffee cup SÃ£o Paulo No Logo super fun happy slide Daft Hands Crowd Farm zZz Babies Eating Lemons Type the Sky Screaming Beans Visible Only Through a Digital Camera Walk it Out (found by Lauren) Inmate Thriller The Moment the Tallest Man Met the Shortest Man David Shrigley Music Video Brain Cloud Pictures at Right Angles (found by Doodles ) The New Internet Hero Laughing Yoga 2 Jed Movie The Wind Apnee Typography Toys Letter of the Day (found by Paul Drew) Origins of Punctuation Marks
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Watching pornography would seem to be a vision-intensive task. But new research finds that looking at erotic movies can actually quiet the part of the brain that processes visual stimuli .
By Nora , on December 17, 2011 Shay Aaron is a brilliant artist from Israel who makes the most astonishing miniature food jewelry.
Top 100 April Fool's Day Hoaxes of All Time As judged by notoriety, creativity, and number of people duped. Note from the Curator: I created the first version of this list in the late 1990s. Back then, there was hardly any information collected about April Fool's Day pranks, so I had to do a lot of research in newspaper archives to put this together. Luckily I was in grad school, so I had a lot of spare time on my hands ;-). Over the years I've tweaked the list, rearranging it slightly and adding new entries based on reader feedback and ongoing research, but my top choices have remained pretty much the same.
Find featured recipes and food history articles by periods in history. Food History Articles. Food History in Britain and Ireland is a very interesting story, almost biographical of the nations themselves.
Small Goblets Of Buttered Beere From A 1588 Tudor Recipe This is an authentic Tudor Buttered Beere (Butter Beer) recipe from 1588 and a rich, creamy ale (beer) is called for – but don’t get an ale which is too sweet, as we are adding in sugar as well as egg yolks. The best ales (beer) to buy are traditional ‘real-ales’ (or cask conditioned ales) from a British brewery with a good reputation (see the end of the post for recommendations).
In the advertising world, producing a commercial that runs during the Super Bowl is like, well, winning the Super Bowl.
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