Is this not the weirdest ad you’ve ever seen? It was on foxnews.com on a story about a Kentucky woman who was bit by a snake and dies during a church service.
How did I learn before there was an Internet?
Here’s a great reciepe for baking your own organic bread using dough from a chef you’ve created. I want one though using wild yeast.
Apparently this is old news, but I hadn’t heard:
Uh? The “face on mars” only looks like a face on the 1976 Viking’s photographs. There has been numerous pictures of this region at higher resolution ever since :
I remember the 1998 Mars Surveyor pictures. I wasn’t a surprise, but who can say honestly that he was not a bit disapointed ? 😉
I can honestly say that I’m disappointed.
Neat article on why kids should collect things. In short, it helps them understand value and manage wealth later in life.
Having a collection of something — baseball cards, coins, comic books or, yes, even rocks or stickers — helps children and teens learn important math and money skills. In a time when the financial literacy of children is dangerously low, collecting is a hobby worth encouraging.
Bryan Lee, a Certified Financial Planner in Plano, Texas, says that going from collecting to understanding financial matters is natural. “Things that were complicated to some people came easier to me because of my experience collecting baseball cards,” says Lee.
The most disproportionate are California, Washington, Michigan, Wisconsin (huh?), Hawaii and DC. The map is a little bogus because it skews the states by area vs. population and it stands to reason that number of websites would be more closely ties to population and area. But some of the most populous states aren’t huge (NY, TX and IL). It’s still a neat map though.