How in the hell did I miss this one yesterday? Geesh, Marilyn is probably pissed at me for forgetting her birthday!
Photo by Cecil Beaton, 22 February 1956 – bromide print (National Portrait Gallery, London)
Heads up to everyone!
The General Blogger will slowly morph into a different blog almost. Still be the same, I will still post those things I find that are interesting. But maybe I will start posting more than one time per day. Start posting even more stuff! Don’t know about adult (you know, beyond nudes) yet, but that is way down on the list. Will be posting stuff you can get free (either from me or others) that could include anything from ebooks to software to templates. Also post some good stuff I find for resale at as low a price as I can.
And every so often, even to the point of maybe once a day, a list of domains that are available to register. I see lots of domains every single day that should be registered but so far are not.
Anyways, do come back to my blog daily (even a couple of times a day) as it morphs out into more stuff just for you.
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In 1998, Sergey Brin and Larry Page incorporated the Internet search engine company Google in Menlo Park, California. Although still in beta, Google.com was getting 10,000 queries a day at that time. Within a year, the company was doing three million searches a day.- Provided by The World Almanac 2012
Men Have Germier Offices than Women
Men have been shown to wash their hands and brush their teeth less often than women, and this trend may be to blame, at least in part, for the fact that men’s offices contain more bacteria than women’s offices. Researchers collected samples from offices in three major US cities and found more than 500 species of bacteria. Overall, the bacteria count in men’s offices was 10 to 20 percent higher than in women’s. The most contaminated surfaces in the offices were phones and chairs.
In light of an explosion of news stories about cannibalism over the past week, the Centers for Disease Control have issued a statement reassuring us that zombies are not real, and we can go about our business without fear of a zombie apocalypse. People eating each other’s body parts due to the effects of synthetic drugs, on the other hand …
The CDC told the Huffington Post that “CDC does not know of a virus or condition that would reanimate the dead (or one that would present zombie-like symptoms).”
Well, that’s reassuring, coming from the same agency that has a detailed webpage about zombie apocalypse preparedness.
Okay, is this a woman standing up to pee? A man dressed as a woman? Who knows.
Few people know the name Dick Beals, but millions may remember his liltingly boyish voice as Speedy Alka-Seltzer proclaiming, “Plop-plop, fizz-fizz, oh, what a relief it is!”
Mr. Beals was the voice behind Speedy — with his Alka-Seltzer tablet-shaped body and hat — for decades as well as the voice-over actor for hundreds of other animated characters, including Gumby. He died on Tuesday at a nursing home in Vista, Calif., and though his voice always retained the tenor of a 10-year-old, he was 85…