Famous? Famous!

http://www.floatingpath.com/2012/08/23/famous-famous/

“On the night of July 27th, 2012, a huge prank was pulled in New York
City and this is the video of what took place. Brett Cohen came up with a
crazy idea to fool thousands of pedestrians walking the streets of
Times Square into thinking he was a huge celebrity, and it worked! Not
only did it work, it caused quite a sir. This social experiment, of
sorts, makes a profound statement about how modern culture is so
attracted to pop culture, without any real credibility needed.”

How Many Condoms Can You Wear At Once?

http://www.myscienceproject.org/condoms.html

“Some of you may have heard of the
practice of “double bagging” – wearing two condoms during sex for extra
protection
(something not recommended by most condom manufacturers) . Taking this
idea to its ultimate extreme, we set out to answer the question “How
many condoms can you put on your dick?” However, since we were unable to
find anyone with a penis willing to undertake this assignment, we had
to settle for answering the question “How many condoms can you put on a
dildo?” The answer: a lot. Hundreds. Tons. Or at least a couple of
pounds worth. See what happened as we layered on the latex.”

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Guidelines To Starting A Business

http://www.groupiedirt.com/

“Businesses are always at risk to failure. There are organizations that
are already well established and are working for over a considerable
period of time yet they even melt down. How can a newly formed business
be exempted of risk of bankruptcy? Setting up a business is not just a
walk in a park. It entails undergoing hardships that require patience
and sacrifice. Knowledge, competence, courage and confidence are all
essential ingredients for a successful business. However, the chances of
any undertaking aren’t assured. Nevertheless, one thing is for sure,
engaging into a business is the riskiest form of gambling.”

Nderf’s Near-Death Accounts

http://snipurl.com/27fvv69

Some fascinating reads here.

“Everything was sharper and I could focus on it when I wanted to, colors were clearer and vibrant. My field of view was all around. It
was so beautiful and all the colors were unearthly beautiful. I was so happy and
calm during all of my near-death experience. I have hearing loss in my life, I did not have that in death, and I could hear much better than ever in my life. I had no trouble with my hearing; the sounds were beautiful and melodic. The conversations I had with others did not take place with sound, but rather with telepathy. I was completely filled with emotions, such as great joy; deep, deep love; comfort; gratitude; freedom;
‘EVERYTHING is as it should be’ feeling; All is well…”

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