Random weird pictures Here are some random weird pictures off the internet. I just pick them up based on my fancy, so there's no deep meaning behind any of this. Ghostly pictures Ghosts are as creepy as you-know-what, whether they exist or not. Here are some pictures which totally creeped me out. asasa asasa asasqa
The new me now understands that networking is primarily an opportunity to meet-and be helpful to-others. Driving my core business is always a happy possibility, but "Ooh, I think I can help with that" is the very essence of essential networking.
Puns for fun A pun is a clever and amusing use of a word or phrase with two meanings, or of words with the same sound but different meanings. The more subtle the relationship between the words, meanings or sounds, the cleverer the pun. In general, the cleverer the pun, the funnier, but this isn't
Are white Britons giving away their country? Tayo Says: London has turned into Londonistan, with white Britons making up only 43% of the population. In many parts of the country, Mohammed is the most popular boys' name; in yet other parts, Mohammed is the second most popular boys' name. The country is losing its essential
Why does democracy not work? The answer is alarmingly simple: voters (as a group) are ill-informed, badly educated and pathetically intellectually apathetic. Not to put too fine a point on it, voters are stupid.
Poetry is a wonderful way to learn a language, and some poems are better suited than others for that purpose. The Owl and the Pussycat is one of my favourite poems, and it is a particularly fine poem for English language students.
Commas are probably the hardest punctuation mark to master, and although they are amazingly important, misplacing them can be quite comical too. Still, it's best to learn how to use them properly.
Her Brittanic Majesty is Queen Elizabeth II. The II (two) is her regnal number, and the entire monicker, Elizabeth II, is her regnal name. All monarchs choose a regnal name upon ascension to their throne.