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Daily Archives: 11 May 11, 2006
Twelve Simple Questions to Reveal a Couple’s Ideal Sleeping Position
On September 14, 2002, Kurt Steiner of Emporium, PA, took first place at the Pennsylvania Qualifying Stone Skipping Tournament in Franklin. Not only did he outskip all other competitors, but no one had previously seen a skip in competition with … Continue reading
Eternal Sunset endeavors to ensure you can enjoy the sunset live from any location, at any time. As the sunset moves westward, Eternal Sunset continuously tunes into different webcams, chasing the sunset around the globeThis post is dedicated to my … Continue reading
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Yahoo Maps and the popular iPod portable MP3 player are used together to bring you an exciting online service called iPod-Directions. What is it? iPod-Directions is a powerful step-by-step directions saving tool that will export online driving directions from results … Continue reading
Hell Pizza is a cleverly marketed chain of pizza restaurants around New Zealand. The specialty pizzas are named after the seven deadly sins (I ate Envy for lunch). When calling them up you are greeted with a “welcome to hell.” … Continue reading
The inner core rotates 180 degrees and is equipped with all the conveniences of a conventional kitchen, including a stainless steel sink with chrome single lever mixer, a waste bin and drawers. The upper circular shelf rotates through 360 degrees … Continue reading
Introducing the solar powered LightCapâ„¢, the water bottle with a light in the lid. The LightCap is the brightest idea youâ€™ve ever seen. The LightCap is not only an unbreakable one-liter water bottle, itâ€™s also the coolest solar powered LED … Continue reading
If you ever have eaten at a place like PF Changs, then you know all about lettuce wraps.Â Mmmmmm mmmmmmÂ good.Â But if you have ever tried to make them at home with luttuce you buy at the store, it’s harder … Continue reading
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IQALUIT, Nunavut – Northern hunters, scientists and people with vivid imaginations have discussed the possibility for years. But Roger Kuptana, an Inuvialuit guide from Sachs Harbour, North West Territories, was the first to suspect it had actually happened when he … Continue reading