Things Other People Accomplished When They Were Your Age

This is what it said for me:

“At age 45:

Andre Marie Ampere, a French physicist, discovered the rules relating magnetic fields and electric currents.

George Foreman recaptured the heavyweight championship with a 10th round knockout, becoming the oldest person ever to win the heavyweight championship.

Earl Vickers created a program for displaying things other people accomplished when they were your age.

John Vida quit a 3-pack-a-day smoking habit. As of six years later, he hasn’t had a single drag off a cigarette or any other smoking utensil.

Cora Judd overcame a debilitating, lifelong aversion to math by taking three semesters of math classes at the local community college.”


this is me a couple of years ago – I don’t really like having my photo taken so I haven’t got a more recent one


I’ve featured this site before but in case you missed it, this is for locating old friends, colleagues or anyone else that you have lost touch with.

“We dive into the deep web
to bring you results you won’t find in any other search engine then we use a powerful identity resolution engine to identify the person
you are looking for.”


Exercise That Predicts Your Imminent Death

Developed by scientists in Brazil, this is a simple test for older people which can predict if they are going to die in the next 6 years or so.

The simple
exercise of sitting down and standing up again without holding onto
anything, could suggest how long you have to live.

is the belief of a group of physicians, who came up with the
‘sitting-rising test’ to measure their patients’ flexibility and

List Of Common Misconceptions

This is one of the most interesting Wikipedia pages I’ve ever read.

“This list corrects erroneous beliefs that are currently widely held
about notable topics. Each misconception and the corresponding facts
have been discussed in published literature. Note that each entry is
formatted as a correction; the misconceptions themselves are implied
rather than stated.”


Bad Design Disasters

“If the purpose of design is to communicate clearly & intuitively while being easy on the eyes, the following examples fail spectacularly. Some of these aren’t even under the guise of sacrificing function for style — they look terrible on top of making no sense. Just god-awful, ass-backwards. The wonderfully Comic Sans’d subreddit /r/CrappyDesign is thriving, collecting a seemingly bottomless well of these:”

Former Playboy Models Photographed 60 years later


“Even the most lustworthy and desirable individuals in the world cannot
escape the passage of time. As the years tick by, looks slowly fade,
what was once toned and firm becomes soft and loose. It happens to us
all, but for those in spot of fashion and modeling, the decline is often
more pronounced.”


Candice Jordan – Miss December 1979

Bad Fast Food Disasters

“A not particularly healthy way of feeding yourself is eating in fast
foods. But that’s already old news for most of us and still, a large
part of the population still does it. But among these fast foods, who
have potential to gross some people out simply by default, there are
even more extreme cases, where even the biggest mayonnaise-aficionado
would raise an eyebrow and think maybe about hitting the next


someone is gonna get a rather bad deal on their 6 inch sub…

Incredible Images

“3D TVs and movies really seem to be a thing these days, but wouldn’t it
be cool if you could get the same effect without using those chunky 3D
glasses? These animated pictures below demonstrate how just by adding
two white lines through a flat imagine, you get that 3D effect we all
love so much. Here are 12 samples of this cool 3D effect in action,
using only a couple of vertical white lines and some background defocus.”