Wednesday, September 30, 2020

The Celebrities Who Are Cleaning Their Own Homes In Lockdown

During the current coronavirus crisis, sales of cleaning products have doubled as we become more stringent about cleaning. It’s not just the everyday public who have been scrubbing their homes though - lockdown has meant that celebrities all over the world have been doing their own cleaning. Nicole Sherzinger posted pictures of herself mopping the floor, Victoria Beckham has become obsessed with the dishwasher, and even Joan Collins appeared in Hello! polishing the windows. This may not have been out of choice, but we do appreciate seeing them on social media, sharing their cleaning struggles.

Green Your Ride: Should You Buy An Electric Vehicle?

Photo by Andrew Roberts on Unsplash By Lucy Yardley If you worry about the effect of...

Celebrities Utilizing Psychics In All Aspects Of Their Lives

22% of Americans have consulted a psychic or medium, according to You Gov. While they might not be overly popular with the general public, there’s one group of individuals that turn to psychics in their droves: celebrities. George Clooney, Khloe Kardashian, Brad Pitt and Jenny McCarthy are just a few famous faces who have confessed to seeing a psychic. But just how do celebrities benefit from psychics in a way that others don’t?

Meditation vs Panic Attacks: Guess Which One Wins?

Photo by Mitchell Griest on Unsplash By Lucy Yardley Anxiety and depression are officially...

Misc

Weird Collections of the Rich and Famous.

We’ll start with Imelda herself, just as a refresher. When Ferdinand Marcos and Imelda hastily fled the Philippines and Malacañan Palace when Ferdinand’s regime was overthrown, they left behind nearly all of their possessions, which were quite numerous. Imelda was first thought to own more than 6,000 individual shoes, a number which was later downgraded to a mere 1,060 pairs. She also abandoned 65 parasols, 15 mink coats, 888 purses, 508 floor-length dresses and 71 pairs of sunglasses. This seems like a lot, I know, but I bet if you raid the closet of certain Hollywood dwellers you’ll find that this amount of greed pales in comparison.

Promotion is Bad For Your Health.

After putting long hours at work and navigating the treacherous waters of office politics, you’ve finally landed that promotion you’ve been after - but is it good for you?

How does ice cause a plane to crash?

Continental Express flight 3407 crashed into a home outside of Buffalo, possibly due to ice buildup on the plane's wings and/or tail.

-By Brendan Borrell Last Thursday, Continental Express flight 3407 was just five miles (eight kilometers) short of the runway in Buffalo, N.Y., when it suddenly pitched, rolled, and plunged into a house outside of town, killing all 48 passengers and crew and one man inside the house.

10 Uncanny Ultramodern Homes

10 Uncanny Ultramodern Homes

Many designers must content themselves with imagining and drawing things that may never be built - very few can realize ultramodern home visions in the real world. Like a blast from the future, these ten architects have brought to life incredible houses that most of us could not even dream of - let alone afford.

Insulting Words You Should Know.

Insulting Words You Should Know

1. FRENCHIFY (v)

Definition: 1) To make French in quality or trait 2) To make somewhat effeminate, and 3) To contract a veneral disease (a 19th century slang). Analysis: We have the English to thank for this word. Most people implicitly understand that it means to become more like the French, but not a lot know the second or the third meaning. We're still not sure which is more insulting.

Science

A train journey and two names to remember

A train journey and two names to remember By Leena Sarma Of two co-travellers...

A Thrilling Robbery Near Kakori.

A Thrilling Robbery Near Kakory Image by HindustanTimes These words inspired the revolutionaries.And they...

THE SCIENCE BEHIND TEMPLE BELLS.

Why  to  be  Ringed? Most of  the old Temples  have  large  bell at  the entrance  of  the Temple & ...

If you are a vegetarian

If you are a vegetarian Reduced Risk of Cancer - According to The Physicians Committee for Responsible...

Happy Birthday, WWW! Here are 25 things the Internet made obsolete.

The World Wide Web as we know it turns 25 today and has pervaded, infiltrated and dominated billions of lives around the...

Misc

Facts About History You Thought Were True, But Definitely Aren’t.

'Facts' About History You Thought Were True, But Definitely Aren't. It's almost as if you should relearn everything you know...

10 Uncanny Ultramodern Homes

10 Uncanny Ultramodern Homes

Many designers must content themselves with imagining and drawing things that may never be built - very few can realize ultramodern home visions in the real world. Like a blast from the future, these ten architects have brought to life incredible houses that most of us could not even dream of - let alone afford.

India fourth largest illegal downloader.

India is the fourth largest illegal downloader of online content, according to two reports released on Tuesday by the...

Connection between culture and education

Nearly a hundred years ago Swami Vivekananda showed the close connection between culture and education. Wherever there is a great culture, you will find behind it, a highly developed system of education. Ancient India could produce a great culture because it developed a wonderful system of education. In those days, people took education seriously. In the Taittiriya Upanishad, we find a discussion on what true tapas is. The opinion of the Vedic Rishi is: "swadhyaya pravacana eva-eti" - "study and teaching alone" constitute true tapas. Education itself is the best tapas, that is, the best form of human effort.

GUINNESS BOOK OF WORLD RECORDS.

GUINNESS BOOK OF WORLD RECORDS ENGINEERING FEATS                                                

Culture

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The 5 toughest questions for men

The 5 toughest questions for men are: 1. What are you thinking about? 2. Do you love me? 3. Do I look fat? 4. Do you think she...

The Coolest Apartment Block on Earth.

Viennese artist, Friedensreich Hundertwasser, has designed what has become one of the more unique and visually stimulating buildings in the world. With over 1000 unique windows, individualized handles on windows and doors, a living roof, café, parking garage, restaurant, bar, playground, and a running stream, the Waldspirale in Darmstadt, Germany is an architectural wonder. Upon first glance, second and third, one is simply enchanted and astonished.

The Three Toughest Interview Questions

It's incredibly hard to land an interview these days, so making the most of every opportunity is critical. In this email I'm going to give you advice on handling the three toughest interview questions that trip up the majority of job seekers. With a little practice you can turn these three questions into opportunities. Below are the three questions that job seekers often have difficulty answering:
  1. Why should I choose you?
  2. What's your greatest weakness?
  3. What are your salary expectations?
Part of the problem is that there is confusion about why the employer is asking these questions, and that people don't like talking about themselves.
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Positive Reflections – Overcoming Frustration In Relationships

Overcoming Frustration In Relationships There are two things in life that we can never change: * the past and * other people This often brings us one frustration...

The Truth About Pearl Harbor.

The following is reprinted from Uncle John's Legendary Lost Bathroom Reader.

Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor was one of the most dramatic incidents in U.S. history - and the source of persistent questions. Did President Roosevelt know the attack was coming? If so, why didn't he defend against it? Here's some insight from It's a Conspiracy!

The Mysterious Thing Called LOVE.

If you find yourself in love with someone who does not love you, be gentle with yourself. There is nothing wrong with you. Love just didn't choose to rest in the other person's heart.

Meet Bo, The Obamas’ New Dog

The country’s faltering economy? Piracy at high seas? Concerns about terrorism? Nay, the biggest story in Washington DC these past couple of days revolve around a dog. But not just any dog: he’s Bo, the cute Obama dog!

Why Men Like Wet Kisses

When you share a kiss with your man, you reveal a lot more than just passion.
Researchers have finally concluded as to why men like wet kisses. According to the study men are looking for more than just passion when kissing. US scientists have found that modern man uses smooch to look out for the level of estrogen in women and to pick up traces of estrogen in a woman`s saliva thus, to judge their fertility.

TODAY IS FULL OF LOVE

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How Successful People Stay Calm.

How Successful People Stay Calm The ability to manage your emotions and remain calm under pressure has a direct link to your performance. TalentSmart has...

Dumb blonde joke

A guy walked into a bar with a pet alligator by his side. He put the alligator up on the bar and turned to the astonished patrons. "I'll make you a deal. I'll open this alligator's mouth and place my genitals inside.Then the gator will close his mouth for one minute. He'll then open his mouth and I'll remove my unit unscathed. In return for witnessing this spectacle, each of you will buy me a drink." The crowd murmured their approval. The man stood up on the bar, dropped his trousers, and placed his privates in the alligator's open mouth. The gator closed his mouth as the crowd gasped. After a minute, the man grabbed a beer bottle and rapped the alligator hard on the top of it's head. The gator opened his mouth and the man removed his genital, unscathed as promised.

The Truth About Pearl Harbor.

The following is reprinted from Uncle John's Legendary Lost Bathroom Reader.

Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor was one of the most dramatic incidents in U.S. history - and the source of persistent questions. Did President Roosevelt know the attack was coming? If so, why didn't he defend against it? Here's some insight from It's a Conspiracy!
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Birds Read Human Eyes

A smaller cousin of crows and ravens, the jackdaw, has eyes not unlike those of humans, with a dark pupil and whitish-colored iris. Credit: Auguste Bayern

15 Most Common Causes of Death in the World.

You never just how you're gonna go, but odds are it's one of these 15 causes of death. According to the World Health Organization's World Health Report, these 15 causes of death make up about 58 percent of all deaths.

In Venezuela, This Is How You Convert $1 Into $175,000………..

Submitted by Francisco Toro Say you come into Venezuela with just $1 and an eye for business. Just...

The 5 Sides of Intimacy.

Intimacy, a vital factor in the success of a marriage, isn't just about getting physical.

Here’s what a man had to say in the first year of his relationship."I'll never understand women," he told me after the meeting. "My wife thinks we need more intimacy. She says we aren't as close as we used to be. I don't know what she's talking about. I thought we had a good marriage."

13 Habits That May Be Sabotaging Your Career

13 Habits That May Be Sabotaging your Career:

Everyone has bad habits. Smoking, driving too fast, overeating, giving in to stress; no matter what the habit is, we all know that we need to break them, if only we could find the motivation. How’s this for motivation? Some of your bad habits may actually be sabotaging your career. Whether it’s office gossip or playing around on Facebook, it’s time to kick these bad habits to the curb. Read on, and discover which bad work habits may be getting in the way of your next promotion.

THE SCIENCE BEHIND TEMPLE BELLS.

Why  to  be  Ringed? Most of  the old Temples  have  large  bell at  the entrance  of  the Temple & ...
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Amazing

Waking up on the Socotra Island.

It is like being on a different planet... These pictures and information are excellent viewing and reading. Socotra Island: You have to see it to believe it. This island simply blows away any notion about what is considered "normal" for a landscape on Earth

Are You There – God?

There once was an older, destitute man. He had lost his family, his dignity, his work, and all his worldly possessions. The only thing he had left was his faith in God. One day, he walked along the city sidewalks; homeless as he was. Peering around the city buildings, the passing cars, and sidewalk shoppers - he remembered a time when had the love of his wife, the comfort of home, and the camaraderie of his many friends and successful business partners. Just for one moment, he could feel the love and passion he once used to enjoy. But then he looked up into the sky, and he could see the graying clouds rolling overhead; and the wind began to fly past his ragged shirt sleeves.

POEMS FOUND IN TOILETS.

Excellent poems by not so famous poets... Found on toilet doors and walls... A budding poet trying his best... Here I lie in stinky vapour, Because some bastard stole the toilet paper, Shall I lie, or shall I linger, Or shall I be forced to use my finger.

George Carlin – comedian – could write something so very eloquent.

This is a masterpiece. If you have not read it, take the time to read it now. GEORGE CARLIN (His wife died a short time ago .....and George followed her, dying July 2008) Isn't it amazing that George Carlin - comedian of the 70's and 80's - could write something so very eloquent...and so very appropriate. A Message by George Carlin: The paradox of our time in history is that we have taller buildings but shorter tempers, wider Freeways , but narrower viewpoints.

Misc.

Divinely Designed Churches.

Jesus Christ didn't need fancy churches, but thank goodness that some people didn't listen too well and built magnificent buildings to glorify God. Today, there are thousands of churches: some small and simple, whereas others are humongous and ornately decorated.

India fourth largest illegal downloader.

India is the fourth largest illegal downloader of online content, according to two reports released on Tuesday by the Motion Picture Distributors Association (MPDA). The reports...

Needle Can Save The Life Of A Stroke Patient.

From a Chinese Professor.

Keep a syringe or needle in your home to do this... It's amazing and an unconventional way of recovering from stroke, read it through it can help somebody one day. This is amazing. Please keep this very handy. Excellent tips. Do take a minute to read this. You'll never know, ones life may depend on you.
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India: By Dr Farrukh Saleem.. a pakistani journalist.

Here's what is happening in India: -By Dr Farrukh Saleem The two Ambani brothers can buy 100 percent of every company listed on the Karachi Stock...

Divinely Designed Churches.

Jesus Christ didn't need fancy churches, but thank goodness that some people didn't listen too well and built magnificent buildings to glorify God. Today, there are thousands of churches: some small and simple, whereas others are humongous and ornately decorated.

TODAY IS FULL OF LOVE

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Roots of Jinnah – A AMAZING HISTORICAL FACT, PROBABLY KNOWN TO VERY FEW.

Here are some interesting facts on the Lohana roots of Mohammad Ali Jinnah the founding father of Pakistan: He was the grandson of Premjibhai Thakkar (Gondal), who, to support his family, entered into the trading of fish within the coastal town of Veraval.

5 Most Popular Honeymoon Spots in the World.

Your vows were exchanged, the bouquet was tossed, the wedding cake was shoved into your mouth and the eco-friendly bubbles were blown in place of the traditional rice throwing. Weddings are a whirlwind experience, and just making it through the whole experience in one piece is an accomplishment. Planning the big event typically starts a year out, but many brides have ideas in mind before "the question" is even popped. After dealing with testy wedding planners, unreliable caterers, family members in town and trying to fit into that dress or tuxedo, a honeymoon is a welcome getaway from what's bound to be one of the most stressful events in your life. There's really no such thing as a typical honeymoon these days. Honeymooners come in all stripes, and just because it's your first trip as a married couple doesn't mean you have to be secluded on a tropical beach with a heart-shaped bed in your suite and champagne bubble baths every night. The modern traveler craves adventure and excitement as well, so it's no surprise that 72 percent of honeymooners pay for extras like helicopter rides, scuba diving and other thrilling excursions, according to the popular wedding Web site, Theknot.com. Honeymoons aren't cheap either. After plunking down an average of $28,000 for the big day, new couples spent an average of $3,400 in 2006 for a one-week trip [source: Forbes]. Modern Brides magazine polls 6,000 travel agents each year to compile their list of most popular honeymoon destinations. We'll run down the top five of 2008 on the following pages.

Compact Amusement Park.

Japan is, of course, famous for its efficient use of space, but it never ceases to amaze me how much entertainment the tiny Tokyo Dome City Attractions (formerly Korakuen) manages to crowd into such a tiny plot of land. It's got a roller coaster, Ferris wheel, drop tower, water ride, and much, much more. Admission is free.

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