Good Stuff II

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Tuesday, February 28, 2006


Fat Tuesday!!! Learn what it is about!


Tricks for your Mind

WEIRDEST TEST EVER! Take a really quick test, and you'll be amazed!!


Chinese Acrobats

Monday, February 27, 2006

Famous People

Charlie Chaplin This post is dedicated to my grandfather! He loved Charlie Chaplin!

Sunday, February 26, 2006


The Human Mind:

It reads: "THE PHENOMENAL POWER OF THE HUMAN MIND. According to research at Cambridge University, it doesn't matter in what order the letters in a word are, the only important thing is that the first and last letter be in the right place. The rest can be a total mess and you can still read it without problem. This is because the human mind does not read every letter by itself, but the word as a whole."



Nature and Animals

Click on any state in the U.S. on the map to see a dog park in that area, and more info! dog park map


The rebirth of New Orleans- MARDI GRAS '06 Info
Let the good times roll...again!

Travel- You do not want to miss this!

Ever been to Washington, D.C.?? The Smithsonian is great for tourists who wish to learn! Take this special virtual tour of the building, and see what it is actually like. Who knows, you might find an interest in what the popular museum has in store for its visitors.

Current News

2006 Olympics: Canadian Men's Curling Canadian Women's Curling
What really is curling? It is known to be a precision sport, usually played in Canada, that is somewhat similar to bowling accept the sport in played on ice with heavy stones weighing about 40 - 44 lbs (18 - 20 kg). Curling is also referred to as "Chess on Ice".


My cousin, Nomi Silverman, has her art show today on February 26th. Here are some of her latest pieces: Nomi Silverman's Art Gallery


Bicycles from BMW


"I saw this on the street in Wicker Park, Chicago and couldn't figure out what it meant. I took a photo so I could get some assistance online. Any ideas?" -KDern on Flickr

Do you know what this puzzle means? E-mail: Miranda2288 at
No, sorry
No, but I know someone who might know


The ♪♫International Whistlers Convention♫♪ (IWC), is held annually the third or fourth week of April in the historic town of Louisburg, North Carolina, USA, the world's whistling capital. The Convention, Music Festival, International School for Whistlers, and International Whistlers Museum are all sponsored by the Franklin County Arts Council, an honored member of the State of North Carolina Arts Council System, and officially supported by the County of Franklin, the town of Louisburg, and Louisburg College (founded in 1779). Governor Mike Easley has declared a "Happy Whistlers Week" for citizens and visitors to honor the art of whistling by participating in the scheduled events.
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Animals and Humans

Albinism is the lack of pigmentation (color) in the eyes, skin, and hair. This condition is known to affect mammals, fish, birds, reptiles, and amphibians. -Wikipedia

The picture is of two African siblings, with their parents in the back.


Nazi Postcards

Famous People and History

Oscar Schindler


New Zealand music: Have you ever heard of Split Enz?

Famous People

Child Author
At age seven Adora Svitak can type 70 words a minute. Her stories and essays are creative, funny, and well-informed. In the last year alone she has written over 330,000 words. How is this possible? Although Adora obviously has immense natural talent, this talent has been fostered by encouragement, love, technology, and a series of exercises designed to encourage and inspire, while simultaneously guiding a child towards a better grasp of syntax, vocabulary, descriptive writing, and plot. Although Adora was initially only interested in historical fiction, once her passion for writing was ignited, her interests have broadened to include other genres of fiction, journalism, and academic writing. Her grasp of grammar, structure and syntax would be considered advanced in most high school classrooms, and her complex and intriguing plots lead readers to wonder what else Adora has up her sleeve.

Saturday, February 25, 2006

Famous People

Manga is the Japanese word for comics and print cartoons; outside of Japan, it usually refers specifically to Japanese comics. This new type of manga, Edu-Manga, teaches readers about the life of Anne Frank: Anne Frank


Pictures of nazis

Thursday, February 23, 2006

I will not be here

I am sorry to say that I will not be posting on February 24 and 25. I will be in NY. Thanks for visitng my site! Check it out on Sunday! ♥♥♥

Animals and Marine Science

Can fish really fly? Find out: Flying fish

Have a question about ocean life or any animal living down there? Ask a marine scientist!


How People Learn

Science and Mathematics

Click Here! Use your mind to experience fun games with science and geometric technology!

Science for Kids

ScienceU Science U is filled with interactive exhibits, animated explanations and science graphics. Store and download images you make at Science U in your own personal Studio!


Gallery of Art The Web Gallery of Art is a virtual museum and searchable database of European painting and sculpture from 12th to mid-19th centuries.


Different pieces over periods of time
You can also read artists' biographies- Really interesting

Cassone (1461-65)
Death of the Virign (1605-06)


NY Times Travel Show (I'm going to see this on Saturday!!)
Click here to view video
More about the show

Wednesday, February 22, 2006

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Avian Flu
Many people believe that because of the olympics, many people taking part in the olympics this year will catch it, and go back to their home, and the illnes will spread!


This video shows the first appearance of McDonalds on Television: Watch video You've got the magical wonderland that attracts kids but is built on a crass ulterior motive, pop music, free junk food, and, of course, Ronald's ever-changing appearance. Two children marvel as Ronald McDonald guides them through McDonaldland, showing off the characters and geographic features. The trip ends at a McDonald's restaurant. An unseen light rock band, sounding something like the Byrds, performs the gently psychedelic jingle.

Lyrics: Get yourself ready for a trip through McDonaldland / Take along a friend, and grab ahold of Ronald's hand / Follow Ronald McDonald through the land of apple pie trees / And don't be surprised if you meet Big Mac and Big Cheese / There's a thick shake volcano, you'll even find a French fry plant / Now just turn around, and see if you won't find a hamburger patch / As you're heading fooooor . . . A McDonald's . . . in McDonaldland, a McDonald's . . .



Digital Art


Move your cursor along squares and see what happens:

More Art:

Do you see the colors moving?


Have you even heard of Hypertrichosis? That medical name is referring to a condition of a human's excessive body hair. Hair can spread around entire face, covering eyelids, lips, cheeks, torso, and limbs. It is basically unwanted hair covering body. Hypertrichosis means Human Werewolf Syndrome.