Tuesday, December 31, 2013

"Dekh Le" -- Issued in Public Interest by Whistling Woods International

In a world full of sexual violence, unequal pay between genders and domestic abuse, I hardly feel "glaring" is women's largest concern.

Monday, December 9, 2013

Sunday, December 1, 2013

Beautiful Dance Moves -- Math Style

Beautiful Dance Moves -- Math Style

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Saturday, November 23, 2013

Lucifer Meme: Offering Food to Jesus

Lucifer Meme: Offering Food to Jesus:

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An Argument Between Sheldon Cooper and Dr. House: Priceless

An Argument Between Sheldon Cooper and House: Priceless

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Funny Healthcare.gov Picture

This about sums up the healthcare.gov reality vs. perception.

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Thursday, November 21, 2013

Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Interesting Video about Wealth Distribution in the United States

Interesting Video about Wealth Distribution in the United States:

I found this video earlier today, and I wanted to share it with my readers. Leave your thoughts, and let me know what you think of this video.

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Saturday, November 16, 2013

Sunday, November 3, 2013

Which Bug Scares You Most?

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of The Orkin Ecologist for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

I was recently reading a blog post from about some of the scariest bugs out there, and it got me thinking about the bug of which I'm the most scared. As a starting point for the conversation, I've posted the link below.

world’s scariest bugs

(I learned a lot about different types of bugs from the post, especially some deadly bugs like the Japanese Hornet. I always find learning interesting.)

While I could give a flip answer that involves something about the NSA, I think that I would rank the bug as scariest in order of their ability to kill me or cause me great bodily harm.

Now, don't get me wrong. I am not a fan of bugs in general. If they're outside in nature, that's one thing. However, if they're in my house, they go squish. Still, even if I was on a show like Fear Factor, buried and covered in a bug like cock roaches, the worst thing that would happen (probably) is that I'd be freaked/grossed out for a while before it stopped.

However, with deadly bugs, it's a different story. I believe that the prospect of being killed trumps any sort of other consideration in comparing scary to scary. It's the same reason why Darth Vader is scarier than Jabba the Hut -- Darth can cut your arse with his light saber. It's the same thing in the world of bugs.

With that in mind, I would have to pick something like a Black Widow Spider or a Japanese Hornet as the scariest bug out there. Those things can kill you! Roaches, worms, centipedes -- they're all gross and creepy, but you're probably not going to die if you cross one.

Here is a picture of a black widow spider, courtesy of Wikipedia

I do like turtles though. :-P

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Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Prayer Flowchart

This simple flowchart explains the basics of prayer.

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Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Bloggers -- What I Really Do

I haven't forgotten you!!!!

Dear blog: I haven't forgotten you!

I am going to give you some TLC soon. I promise. I've just been busy and lazy.

Blogging is a waste of time anyway. :(

See below. 

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Thursday, June 27, 2013

Fun Gardening Projects for You to Know and Share

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Miracle-Gro for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Readers! You thought that you would escape this blog without having a lecture about proper gardening, didn't you? Well, you were wrong. I firmly believe that everyone should grow a garden, and you are about to be my lucky (or unlucky) guinea pigs for a post about fun garden projects.

To get you inspired, let me describe a project that I've been working on over the summer with the help of Miracle-Gro fertilizers. You see, I like tomatoes -- a lot. Unfortunately, the tomatoes at the grocery store just aren't as good as the ones that are grown in a local garden. So, I have been working to grow my own ... tomato plants (of course). You could even say that I'm a part of The Gro Project from Miracle-Gro. I find that Miracle-Gro makes a whole host of products that can help me with my gardening needs, including LiquaFeed All Purpose Plant Food Advance Starter Kit to feed my tomato plants with liquid, Shake’n Feed All Purpose Plant Food to feed my plants with feed that gets shaken into their pots, and Moisture Control Potting Mix to make sure that the plants get just enough moisture to be the best they can be.

If you liked my blog post, you should check out this educational video about how Miracle-Gro is revolutionizing gardeing techniques. You should also leave your thoughts in the commment section below. Also, please "Like" the Miracle-Gro Facebook page. Miracle-Gro likes you. Shouldn't you like them in return?

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Monday, June 10, 2013

Sunday, June 9, 2013

Aruba -- I'm Coming to You!

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Aruba Tourism Authority for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Not so long ago, I realized that I haven't taken a vacation in ages. All of the reports on the subject I've ever read suggest that vacationing and taking the occassional break are essential for human health. Then, I read a cool article that talks about the pleasures of a tucked away Carribean island named Aruba. Although you may have heard little about Aruba in the past, you should make Aruba your future!

Lying among the turquoise waters and marshmallow beaches of the waters of the Gulf of Mexico, Aruba travel truly is one of the gems of the of the vacationing world. I have read about and talked to several people about the fine jewelry stores on the island -- which typically have prices 10-35% lower than stores in the United States! Every single thing I've ever read about Aruba gives the resort destination a glowing review.

I have also read about the unmatched weekly cocktail parties and happy hours on the island -- something that I am particularly excited about! Some of the local martini bars are themed exclusively for tourists, with themes ranging from deep sea fishing to Las Vegas casinos.

Down closer to the interior of the island, there are several miles of hiking trails in Arikok National Park. Each facet of the island offers new and exciting adventures for tourist and locals alike. Aruba offers wonders beyond what I am able to describe in a short blog post. Do a little research, and you'll see what I mean.

Please leave your thoughts about my upcoming Aruba adventures in the comments section below. Also, please check out aruba.com today!

Also, check out this bonus video below.

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Friday, May 10, 2013

The Diary of a Sad Cat -- Video

I found this video on Youtube, and I thought that I would share it. It's the video diaries of several very sad kitty cats. They are picked on and abused by their cruel human masters, and they want the world to know it.

Actually, there is no abuse of cats here. The video is cute and well made. Enjoy, and please leave your thoughts in the comments section.

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Shame on the Audubon Withdraw your Support Now!!!

            On March 14 The Orlando Sentinel published a column by Ted Williams a regular columnist for Audubon Magazine.  In the article, Williams a supposed “wildlife expert” and wannabe cat killer gives tips to readers on how to deal with stray and feral cats.  He suggests to readers that they kill these sweet beautiful animals with Tylenol.  He does not apparently see the irony of stopping one wildlife killing by committing a different act of murder.  Williams after pressure from cat lovers everywhere and only grudgingly The National Audubon Society itself somewhat retracted his statement, but clearly was only paying lip service and only regretted getting in trouble for his earlier comments, not making the comments themselves.  The National Audubon Society immediately felt that this half-hearted mea-culpa was sufficient in their eyes and reinstated Williams as a regular columnist after only 11 days of suspension.  This sends a message to all worthless, arrogant, reckless journalists everywhere that they can spout any indefensible nonsense, hide behind their “enthusiasm” for the topic and get away with only a miniscule slap on the wrist.  I love my feral cat colony; most to this point have been trapped, neutered and released.  I encourage cat lovers everywhere that have also to this point been Audubon members to withdraw their support.  Cats are not the problem with bird deaths.  Human encroachment has pushed birds and cats into the same small areas and it is proving to have consequences.  Birds and cats have coexisted for thousands of years; do we now punish cats for only doing what is instinctual behavior?  I strongly believe that Williams meant every word that was published and that some idiots out there will try his preferred method of cat murder and slay innocent animals guilty of nothing but existing.  Animals do not have to be pets to be loved and appreciated.  Many people in this world feed and care, to the best of their abilities, all kinds of animals.  My family has been feeding, caring and giving homes to stray cats and dogs for many years.  We also feed a tiding of Magpies.  No one animal should be held responsible for the decimation of bird life unless it is humans.  Please send a message to The National Audubon Society and withdraw your support now and in the future.  Let them know that sponsorship of animal killing is not acceptable and will not be tolerated!
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Sunday, March 31, 2013


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