Friday, October 28, 2016
Wednesday, October 26, 2016
* Money doesn't bring you happiness, but it enables you to look for it in more places.
* Your conscience may not keep you from doing wrong, but it sure keeps you from enjoying it.
* Middle age is when your broad mind and narrow waist change places.
* Misers aren't much fun to live with, but they make great ancestors.
* Be careful what rut you choose. You may be in it the rest of your life.
* When you see the handwriting on the wall, you can bet you're in a men's restroom.
* Opportunities always look bigger going than coming.
* The real reason you can't take it with you is that it goes before you do.
* Junk is something you throw away three weeks before you need it.
* Hospitality is making your guests feel at home, even if you wish they were.
* A closed mouth gathers no feet.
* A person who can smile when things go wrong has found someone to blame it on.
* A modern pioneer is a woman who can get through a rainy Saturday with four kids and a television on the blink.
* The world is full of willing people: some willing to work and some willing to let them.
* Money isn't everything. There's credit cards, debit cards, PayPal, Apple Pay and Bitcoin.
Tuesday, October 25, 2016
The next time you and your buddies make jokes about armed women in combat, take a poll to see which of you successfully aim at the toilet rim.
We don't mind if you look in the mirror to check your appearance – in fact, please do!
If you must grunt in reply, please develop a system to indicate a positive vs. A negative grunt.
Don't insist that we "get off the stupid phone" and then not talk to us.
Cleaning the house is not necessarily "women's work"; besides, most of the "dirt" and clutter is yours anyway.
Yes, we know most of the great chefs are men, why is it then you never want to cook?
We go to the Ladies Room in groups to talk about you.
No, Thank You
A well-dressed gentleman entered an upscale restaurant in the East End of Manhattan, and took a seat at the bar. The bartender came over and asked, "What can I get you to drink, sir"?
The gentleman responded, "Nothing, thank you. I tried alcohol once, didn't like it, and never tried it again."
The bartender was a bit perplexed, but being a friendly, outgoing sort, he pulled out a pack of cigarettes and offered the gentleman a cigarette.
The gentleman refused, saying, "I tried smoking once, didn't like it, and never did it again. The point is, I wouldn't be in here at all, except that I'm waiting for my son."
The bartender retorted, "Your only child, I presume?"
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
Even more of a little sad face than Grumpy cat's not interested face.
Meet Luhu, an adorable tabby cat from China who has been described as "the world's saddest cat."
It's true to say that cats, just like their humans, are capable of going through an array of emotions, but they don't necessarily show them in the same way. But we know for sure that there is at least one cat in the world showing an emotion that's just not there, his name is Luhu and he's managed to gain a staggering 130,000 following on Instagram.
Luhu's large, weepy-looking eyes are actually a side effect of an early eye infection. His owner Maggie explains: "He had a pretty major operation on his eyes, so Luhu always opens his eyes pretty hard when he needs look at something." Despite his sad appearance we have been assured that he's a very contented kitty and lives a very happy life with his two siblings.
Tuesday, October 4, 2016
This Is How Sand Looks Magnified Up To 300 Times
Comparing something to a grain of sand is usually supposed to mean that it's small or insignificant,
but Dr. Gary Greenberg's microscopic photography aims to turn this stereotype on its head.
His photographs of miniscule grains of sands magnified up to 300 times reveal that each grain of sand can be beautiful and unique.
Greenberg's story is a fascinating one.
First of all, he invented the high-definition 3D microscopes that he takes his pictures on, resulting in 18 U.S. patents under his name.
He was a photographer and filmmaker until age 33, when he moved from LA to London and earned a Ph. D. in biomedical research.
This seems to have given him a unique appreciation for biological and scientific curiosities and for the optical technologies he would need to document them.
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