So you almost forgot about Earth Day? If you didn't, good for you, but I suspect though that most of us probably did. It really should be made one of the most important days of the year.
So you like leaving stupid, off topic, bashful, hurtful, idiotic, crazy comments on YouTube. Well, shame on you! "Only drunk people, underage fags, bored preteens, and stupid frats with no life linger around here to look for videos to laugh at." ~Spoken by a perfectly sane human (soma150 of YouTube).
Well, who would have thought! Zuckerburg interviewing President Obama. While Obama seems to be a nice person, I believe the US needs a stronger leader. Someone who can get the USA out of the many issues facing the country. Let's hope Trump runs for office ;)
"Paul Allen doesn't give many interviews, but Microsoft's famously eclectic co-founder recently decided to sit down with 60 Minutes' Lesley Stahl, to discuss his juicy new memoir, The Idea Man. It's a book peppered with old stories of Allen's early days as a programmer, when he and Bill Gates would spend their days searching for discarded code in dumpsters and building software for the original Altair computer.
"But a BNET blogger has poked a hole in Wendy's claims of the fries being "natural". According to the report, the fries use a stew of exotic laboratory chemicals to improve the fries' appearance, flavor, and ease of cooking. The fries do away with the steam skinning -- ironically, one of the most "natural" parts of the average fast food company's fry manufacturing process. Chopped, the fries begin their chemical journey with a dip in sodium acid pyrophosphate. They're also powdered with slightly more natural D-glucose (crystallized from corn).
"The latest thing in Japanese orthodontistry involves putting LEDs into braces. Actually, no, but hip young Japanese kids can have their teeth outfitted with LEDs to light up their smiles like a Christmas tree."
"Young adults around the world experience distress when they try to unplug from technology for even one day, a research project has found.
"A clear majority" of almost 1,000 university students in 10 countries, including China, Chile, the U.K. and Uganda, were unable to voluntarily stay away from computers, televisions, cellphones and MP3 players for 24 hours, reported the International Center for Media at the University of Maryland in College Park, Md., which led "The World Unplugged" project.
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