It’s complicated !

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Sorry for not posting any new stuff since I am using other social networks such G+, FB and twitter.  posting stuff there is so easy, I really find this blogging thing it’s a bit complicated!

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Why does no one ever take the first slice of bread in the loaf !!




Why does no one ever take the first slice of bread in the loaf !!

Well as for me I liked that part of the loaf.   What about you ??


Sliced Bread: Sliced bread is a loaf of bread which has been pre-sliced and packaged for convenience. It was first sold in 1928, advertised as “the greatest forward step in the baking industry since bread was wrapped.”[1] This led to the popular phrase, “the greatest thing since sliced bread”.

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Is popcorn good for a diet ?


How to Lose Weight With the Popcorn Diet

There is a weight loss diet that focuses on just about every type of food out there, and popcorn is no exception. Popcorn is a handy food that is inexpensive, easy to make and high in fiber. Eating popcorn regularly, as long as there isn’t butter or excessive salt added, can be part of a healthy, low-calorie diet for weight loss.

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What’s the best popcorn popper machine ?

When do you use i.e., and when do you use e.g., and what do they mean?

Answer: The Latin abbreviations “i.e.” and “e.g.” come up very frequently in writing and would probably come up more often if people were more sure of when it is right to use “i.e.” and when “e.g.” is required. To me, the only way to figure it out is to know what they stand for.

I.E. – What Does i.e. Mean?

“I.e.” stands simply for “that is,” which written out fully in Latin is ‘id est’. “I.e.” is used in place of “in other words,” or “it/that is.” It specifies or makes more clear.

E.G. – What Does e.g. Mean?

“E.g.” means “for example” and comes from the Latin expression exempli gratia, “for the sake of an example,” with the noun exemplum in the genitive (possessive case) and singular to go with gratia in the ablative (prepositional case) singular. “E.g.” is used in expressions similar to “including,” when you are not intending to list everything that is being discussed.

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Why did Einstein stick out his tongue to the photographer?

Who doesn’t know the black and white picture with the head of Albert Einstein, on which he sticks out his tongue to the respective observer. The picture which was taken in 1951, is still present on the front pages of magazines, on posters and t-shirts.

When and where

was this picture taken?

It was taken on Einstein’s 72nd birthday in Princeton on March 14, 1951 by a press photographer (Arthur Sasse). The original picture shows Einstein sitting on the backseat of a car between Dr Frank Aydelotte, the former head of the Institute for Advanced Study, and his wife.

Why did Einstein stick out his tongue

to the photographer?

Albert Einstein and the Aydelottes were just returning from an event which had taken place in honour of Einstein. Einstein was, though already sitting in the car, still bullied by reporters and photographers. They didn’t let him be and he is said to have shouted: “That’s enough, that’s enough!” However, these words didn’t hinder the photographers from taking some more pictures of Einstein and his companions. And when he still was asked to pose for a birthday picture he really grew tired of the journalists and the photographers and as encouraging words didn’t help any more, he stuck out his tongue to his “prosecutors”. The photographer Arthur Sasse pressed the button of his camera in just this moment.

Einstein liked the picture very much. He cut it into shape so only he can still be seen. Then he had made several copies of it and sent the thus “manipulated” picture as a greeting card to friends later on.

In this form we know it today and though it isn’t shown here the reader clearly remembers the picture with Einstein’s tongue.

National Lampoon’s Vacation

Vacation, sometimes referred as National Lampoon’s Vacation, is a 1983 comedy film directed by Harold Ramis and starring Chevy Chase, Beverly D’Angelo, Randy Quaid, Dana Barron and Anthony Michael Hall. The film features numerous others, such as comedians John Candy and Imogene Coca, model Christie Brinkley, and Jane Krakowski, in smaller roles.’s_Vacation

Chevy Chase Movies on imdb:

Vacation Movies in order:

Vacation  (1983)

European Vacation  (1985)

Christmas Vacation  (1989)

Vegas Vacation  (1997)

Christmas Vacation 2: Cousin Eddie’s Island Adventure (TV movie)
This movie (above) without Chevy Chase starring his cousin Randy Quaid

If you like Chevy Chase comedy movies from the old times you’ll

enjoy these movies …