On average, a person will spend about five years eating during their lifetime.No wonder I'm hungry; I haven't eaten in over 57 years!
Many cancer patients that are treated with chemotherapy lose their hair. For some when the hair grows ... | Read More
How much do you think? R$1,000.00 a month? R$10,000? R$25,000.00?
Way too little.
Remember that Arabian story with the wise man's reward of rice...
vivo can get you connected to the Internet for just 10 cents per megabyte per second.
Sounds g... | Read More
A seminar on time travel will be held two weeks ago.[Next week's fortune-telling contest was won by Esmeralda - Blobiculous]
Every time you open your mouth, some idiot starts talking.
At my age, I spend all night doing what I used to d... | Read More
Keeping and eye out
Monday, 28th Jan 2013
Santa Maria Club Fire
Santa Maria - 27th January, 02:30, a fire reportedly started after a member of the band playing at the Kiss nightclub lit a flare on stage. [This turns ... | Read More
In 2002, the most popular boat name in the U.S. was Liberty.In 2003, boat-owners were heard saying, "Someone's taken a Liberty."One out of 20 people have an extra rib.Go figure, Adam.44% of kids watch television before they go to sleep.The other 5... | Read More
The City of Sao Luis, capital of Maranhão, declared a state of emergency for health. The director of a municipal hospital in the city has appealed on the Internet. He urged people to donate food to feed patients.
The hallways are crowded in the... | Read More
The problem with corruption is manifold and is not simply the removal of public money designated to do 'good works', although, that in itself, is bad enough.
A corrupt politician now has two jobs; he has the one he's paid for and the on... | Read More
Blobby was board with chess the other day so he decided to mooch around the internet. Here are a few things he stumbled upon during his ramble:
The first product to have a bar code was Wrigleys gum.
The worlds oldest piece of chewing gum is... | Read More
This is part seven [already?!] of Tactic Strainer, looking at the lighter side of chess and the comments we make along the way
What prompted this bloggy thingy is described in part one: http://blog.chess.com/Joe_Blob/tactic-strainer
o... | Read More
This is part six of Tactic Strainer, which looks inside the minds of some strange strainers straining
What prompted this bloggy thingy is described in part one: http://blog.chess.com/Joe_Blob/tactic-strainerand continues in part tw... | Read More