23.2.15

Funny wild animal memes

by Melinda Copp

I don’t know why this one makes me laugh so hard.

Indifferent hunger.

That will do it.

Doggie door hazards.

We need to talk…

The honest raccoon.

Otters in ‘Nam.

I needed this…

The Shakespeare bear.

Sinister bear.

Hippopotamus girlfriends.

Squirrel interruption.

Silly kitty.

The concerned shark.

The happiest alligator in the swamp.

Penguin drama.

This guy should go back inside and call it a day.

Things aren’t going as planned.

Koala word play.

Run!

19.2.15

5 Tragedies Weirdly Predicted By Adam Sandler

source: CLICKHOLE


We love Adam Sandler’s ‘SNL’ characters and his movies ‘Billy Madison,’ ‘The Wedding Singer,’ and ‘Big Daddy,’ but did you know that the Sandman has also bizarrely predicted some of the most devastating events in recent history? Here are just a handful of the tragedies foreseen by the world-famous comedian.

1. Waco Siege

 


In the wake of the 1993 tragedy, which involved Branch Davidian leader David Koresh and 75 other people perishing during an FBI raid on the cult’s compound, few knew that a young Adam Sandler had predicted the incident in his stand-up act. Tapes now reveal Sandler would often spend several minutes on stage repeatedly uttering the phrase, “Something’s coming to Waco. Something dark.” 

2. The Death Of Princess Diana 

 

 

The infamous 1997 car crash that claimed the life of Diana, Princess of Wales shocked the world, but hardcore Sandler fans immediately made the connection to one seemingly out-of-place scene from 1996’s Happy Gilmore, in which Sandler looks directly into the camera and says, “Our Queen’s eldest, the beautiful flower, will wilt under a Parisian bridge.”

 

3. BP Oil Spill

 

 

In 2010, a massive oil rig explosion resulted in the discharge of nearly 5 million barrels of petroleum into the Gulf of Mexico, as was strangely foretold on a 2005 episode of Late Night With Conan O’Brien, when guest Adam Sandler’s T-shirt simply read, “BP OIL SPILL IN FIVE YEARS.”

 

5. Malaysia Airlines Flight 370

 

 

Most recently, the case of the missing Malaysian passenger flight on March 8, 2014 almost too perfectly echoed the lines from a 1993 Saturday Night Live “Opera Man” sketch: “A missing plane-ah / It’s from Malaysia / Make me insane-ah / This will all make sense in due time.” 

 

Clearly, Adam has a knack for divining when bad things will happen! We can’t wait to see which of his predictions will occur next. Until then, we’re left with his chilling words from ‘You Don’t Mess With The Zohan’: “Water shall overtake the eastern seaboard. Man, woman, child, and animal. All will drown.”

 

 


17.2.15

People Share The Shortest, Funniest Joke They Know

Found on askreddit


VildereKlovn
Somebody stole my mood ring and I’m not quite sure how I feel about that.
– Tracy Jordan

ChrisLikesSoda
So this guy with a premature ejaculation problem comes out of nowhere…

azembala
I just read a book about Stockholm Syndrome. It was pretty bad at first, but by the end I kinda liked it.

VinciFox
A blind man walks into a bar. And a table. And a chair.

FidelCastrator
How many Freudian psychologists does it take to screw in a penis – I mean light-bulb!

McDoogleSnatch
The stationary store moved.

bathswithdad
Have you heard about the corduroy pillow?
I hear it’s making headlines.

Minnow-
Life without women would be a pain in the ass.

william_f_murray
Did you hear about the psychic midget that robbed a bank? Now there’s a small medium at large.

JLipari
Why are NYers so depressed?
Because the light at the end of the tunnel is just New Jersey.

ForSakeOfArgument
It’s always hard to explain puns to kleptomaniacs because they’re always taking things literally.

I_FUCKED_GRANDMA
What did the ocean say to the beach? Nothing, it just waved.

lolalodge
What did the agnostic, dyslexic, insomniac do?
He stayed up all night wondering if there was a dog.

g1344304
What’s E.T. short for?
He’s got little legs.

FeralMuse
What do you call a blonde with two brain cells? Pregnant.
Also, did you hear about the dyslexic satanist? He sold his soul to Santa.

Trumpstah
Job interview:
“What’s your greatest weakness?”
“Honesty.”
“I don’t think honesty is a weakness.”
“I don’t give a fuck what you think.”

nataliejeanie
Why is Santa so jolly? Because he knows where all the naughty girls live.

MarlboroMundo
Doc told me that my IQ test results came back negative.

betteporter
“Other than that, Mrs. Lincoln, how was the play?”

Dawn_of_the_bread
Someone threw cheese at me. Real mature!

idleWizard
Do you know what is the difference between shower curtain and the toilet paper? No? So you’re the one!

freedom4me
A guy wearing only saran wrap underwear walks into a psychiatrists office. The doctor takes one look at him and says, “Well, I can clearly see your nuts.”

dandrufforsnow
What’s the difference between a jew and a canoe? A canoe tips.

doolie_noted
A termite walks into a bar and says, “Hey, is the bar tender here?”

Clamps187
There are two muffins in an oven. First muffin says to the second muffin, “Man, it’s hot in here”. The second muffin replies “HOLY SHIT! A TALKING MUFFIN”!

SHOCKINGUSERNAME
Two bars walk into a man, LSD is powerful stuff.

Calomalo
Why can’t Asian parents have white babies? Two wongs don’t make a white.

Pureeee
What do you call a Mexican without a car?
Carlos.

foxsable
How many mice does it take to screw in a lightbulb? Two but it’s kind of cramped.

fafinal
Make the little things count, teach midgets math.

destroythepoon
For Halloween in West Virginia they pump kin.

CharlieMay
Guy: If you woke up in the woods and found you have been anally raped all night long, would you tell somebody?
Girl: Oh my god, No!
Guy: Wanna go camping?

sittingaround
Two atoms are walking down the street, one says to the other “I think I just lost an electron.”
“Are you sure?”
“I’m positive.”

pitchinnate
I want to die peacefully in my sleep like my grandpa, not yelling and screaming like everyone else in his car.

BizCaus
Dyslexics are teople poo.

ybcuz
Two cows are grazing in the field
One turns to the other and asks, “So what do you think about this mad cow disease?”
And the other responds, “What do I care, I’m a helicopter!”

11.2.15

Are you thinking of writing and publishing a book?



Chances are, yes you are. I can say that because most of my blog readers come from Twitter, and Twitter is really the perfect tool for aspiring or published writers.

I have just published my first eBook, and I'm immensely proud. The thing is, I didn't have the faintest idea on how to write and publish a book.

But this is the Internet, and I looked for help. I looked for somebody who could teach me how to write and then publish what I have written.

And I found Jim Edwards. He's been publishing eBooks since 1998, and he definitely knows his way around the block.

I bought HIS eBook How To Write Your Own eBook in 7 Days , and it definitely did the trick.

He taught me literally from scratch how to approach this whole thing.

He told me the difference between a 'How-To' book and fiction. I learned where and how to research my subject, and he gave me innumerable tips and tricks on how to fight procrastination and get this thing done.

He elaborates extensively on the technical aspects on how to publish it, be it as a .pdf file or on Kindle. (.pdf files are better for 'How-To' books, whereas Kindle should be your choice when you publish a novel).

Check him out here, you won't be disappointed.

10.2.15

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15 Fascinating Photos You’ve Probably Never Seen Before

source: talesmaze

A cross-section of an undersea cable

A geyser right before eruption

A huge dust storm that hit Western Australia in early 2013

A rare 360 degree rainbow captured from an airplane

An aerial view of a scrap tire dump

Bagger 288, the largest land vehicle in the world

Climbers going up Mount Everest in May 2013

Daytona Beach 1957

Einstein’s desk hours after his death

Inside one of Google’s data centers

Bavarian town of Nordlingen built in a 14 million year old meteor impact crater

The inside of a FedEx Boeing 757 without any cargo

The lava lake of the continuously active volcano Erta Ale, Ethiopia

Where the Great Wall of China ends

8.2.15

How to protect your privacy on Google

source: USA TODAY


cross-check my entry The Deep and Dark Web

Do you know every Google search you've ever performed is stored on the search giant's servers? And that data is cross-linked to your search data from YouTube, Google Maps and any other Google services you use.

With that mountain of information, Google can tell a lot about you: where you live, your hobbies, age, health problems, religion and more.

Of course, Google uses that data mostly to target you with ads. If you spend 20 minutes doing research on a gadget, for the next few weeks you'll probably be hounded by ads for that gadget wherever you go online.

Because search sites and other Web services have become so ingrained in our daily digital lives, it isn't really an option to stop using them.

However, you can keep a lower profile and put a little more distance between your personal data and Google. To start, you can clear out your Google search history.

To see what forgotten secrets lurk in your Google history, go to https://www.google.com/history and sign in with your Google account information. You'll see a list of everything you've ever searched for on Google.

You can browse through your searches and find them by day or Google service. Additionally, Google shows you personalized search trends, which can be interesting to look at.

To remove an unwanted search term, simply select click the checkbox next to it and then click the Remove Items button. You can select as many entries as you want at a time.

Once your information is removed, click the gear icon in the upper right corner of the page and choose Settings. Here you have the option to turn off your Web history. This will stop Google from recording anything else.

There is a catch to all this, of course - your information isn't really gone. Google will still keep your "deleted" information for audits and other internal uses. However, it won't use it for targeted ads or to customize your search results.

After your Web history has been disabled for 18 months, the company will partially anonymize the data so you won't be associated with it.

If you don't have a Google account, or don't usually sign in to it, Google still tracks your history. To accomplish this, it uses a cookie stored in your browser.

You can wipe out the information by deleting the cookie, but Google will just start recording new information. Instead, you can opt out of interest-based ads altogether by going to http://www.google.com/settings/ads.

If you're still concerned about stored information, your best bet might be to avoid using Google Search as much as possible. Alternative search sites DuckDuckGo and IxQuick parallel Google Search in features and performance, but don't collect any private information about you.

Microsoft's Bing Maps is a good replacement for Google Maps. Try using the venerable Firefox Web browser instead of Google's Chrome.

The more you mix and match Web services, the less any one company is able to form a complete picture of you.

Don't forget that while you're busy surfing the Internet, your browser is also busy making a list of the sites you visit. Anyone who gets access to your computer can see it.

You can delete some or all of the websites you've visited by going to your browser's options menu. Or you can use a free third-party cleaner program like CCleaner.

 If you want to surf the Web without leaving a trace, all modern browsers have private, or incognito, browsing. While in this mode, your browser will ignore cookies and won't record visited sites to your browser's history.

Just don't confuse private browsing with anonymity. Your Internet service provider (and your employer if you're on a work computer) can still track the sites you're visiting. Avoiding that tracking requires an entirely different set of steps.

Kim Komando hosts the nation's largest talk radio show about consumer electronics, computers and the Internet. To get the podcast, watch the show or find the station nearest you, visit: http://www.komando.com/listen. Email her at techcomments@usatoday.com.