Saturday, April 2, 2011

Tips From Grandma

Does it work? I dont know, ask grandma.

Eliminate ear mites. All it takes is a few drops of Wesson Corn Oil in your cat's ear. Massage it in, then clean with a cotton ball. Repeat daily for 3 days. The oil soothes the cat's skin, smothers the mites, and accelerates healing.

Computers Had Changed Our Life

How is that?


How creative people can be? Some are seen through the shape of his tombstone, others through the epitaph written. Yet for some, its the name that caught the attention. Lets take a look...

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Thursday, March 31, 2011

World's Dumbest Pilots

Most pilots are pros, but even experienced captains can slip up.

By Alexander Zaitchik

“The traveling public likes to think of its pilots as somewhat superhuman,” says Patrick Smith, “which has never been fair to pilots as people.” A flyboy himself, Smith has written Salon’s “Ask the Pilot” column since 2002. He also hosts the highly informative website of the same name. “Like any professionals, we are liable to make mistakes. Fortunately the vast majority of these mistakes, however inevitable, are minor.”

Some Secrets To Happiness

A Birth Certificate shows that we were born
A Death Certificate shows that we died
Pictures show that we live!

Have a seat.
 Relax . . .
And read this slowly.

Wash Them First

Lets spread this on! Same applies to beer.

This is Serious!

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Genes' 'On/Off' Switches Yield Clues to Breast Cancer

'Epigenetics' research suggests ways to predict which tumors will likely spread, study says
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Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Prenatal Alcohol Exposure Linked to Behavior Problems in Teens

Moms' daily consumption in first trimester associated with tripled risk, study finds
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By Robert Preidt
Friday, March 25, 2011 HealthDay Logo

Strange Sardine Phenomena

Incredible swarms of fish form off coast of Acapulco: But was surge caused by tsunami thousands of miles away?
Last updated at 8:31 PM on 12th March 2011

The shores of Acapulco's beaches were this weekend teeming with masses of fish packed so tightly they looked like an oil slick from above. Thousands of sardines, anchovies, stripped bass and mackerel surged along the coast of the Mexican resort in an event believed to be linked to the devastating Japanese tsunami. Delighted fishermen rushed out in wooden motor boats, abandoning their rods and nets and simply scooping the fish up with buckets.

A man photographs a shoal of sardines off the shore of Acapulco
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