Here comes Windows 10!

nothing spectacular 😦

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Is it worth the wait? What do you think?

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Try any of these Practical Tips: It’s FREE!

give me more 🙂

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1. Always make sure your belt matches your shoe color. It makes your overall appearance look much more out together.

2. If you want to unclog a toilet without a plunger, put hot water and soap in the toilet and let it sit for 5 minutes.

3. No matter how slow you progress, you’re still ahead of everyone who isn’t trying.

4. If you find a hair in your food and send it back to the kitchen, heavily salt it to make sure you got a new order.

5. Gatorade or Powerade is only healthy when it’s during a workout, and watered down. Otherwise it’s all just extra sugar and empty calories.

6. Accidentally used a permanent marker on a dry erase board? Scribble over the same area with a dry erase marker to remove it.

7. Put your ice cream in a big Zip Lock bag before freezing it. This will keep…

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Does it’s really?

misspelled words can’t get any worse than this 😀


My ink stinks My ink stinks

The old misspelled tattoo. I can appreciate this can happen on the behalf of the customer; you’re often shown your tattoo outline in a mirror or it’s in an insanely hard to see place. You’re also relying on the smarts of your artist and as a professional you’d hope they can spell.

But this is on this guy’s arm. There’s just no excuse. I can only imagine he thought it was right and insisted on it being done as is despite the poor tattoo guy’s objections.

The funny thing is, there’s no apostrophe in it at all when correct – it’s not “It get’s better”. The mistake actually took more work than needed.

It’s get better. The ‘get better’ owned by it. Sweet.

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How to Distinguish the Nature of Addiction

At what exact point should an individual be considered as an addict? Is there an exact count of substance usage before a person can be tagged as addict? Let’s dig into the world of addiction and narrow down its broad meaning for mere clarity so as to address the needs for possible treatment for anyone experiencing any of the issues listed below.


dependenceUncontrolled cravings for drugs and giving in into the temptation to satisfy an abnormal pleasure are without a doubt associated with addiction. There is a feeling of uneasiness if the pill you are craving for is not taken immediately and the only solution that can come up into mind is to pop up a pill, thus, dependence is all the more appropriate term. Irritability and short temperedness may be experienced resulting to harm not only to thyself but also to anyone or anything within your surroundings. If worst comes to worse, one of the best options is to enter Drug Program Rehabilitation.

Untimely consumption

untimely consumptionThis refers to intake of drugs in no specific time frame just to satisfy the cravings, may it be during the night or day. The dosage and the time on when to take it follow no rules. Drug consumption is performed any time the appetite strikes. This is not to raise confusion with someone taking a medication, wherein a prescribed medicine is taken several times in a day for treatment of an illness. Take this in mind, if you are taking any substance for a different purpose other than to treat any sickness in the body or mind, then you are abusing the power of such.

Uncontrolled habit

uncontrolled habitOne of the long-term effects of taking drugs is manifested through the human brain. The symptom does not show a clear sign for anyone to decipher that an individual is an addict. But eventually through the course of time, an addict’s behavior changes drastically. This is simply because the chemical content of a drug alters or modifies the chemistry of the brain. Hence, personal behavior changes due to the alteration of brain structure. Some changes in personal behavior include, and definitely not limited to, uncontrolled habit of taking unnecessary narcotics. There are drug program rehabilitation centers that can efficiently manage this habit.
Drug addiction is unrecognized until self-acceptance is fulfilled. Do not wait for the time to come where dropping out the habit of taking drugs is already at its crucial stage. Yes addiction is still curable at any stage but as any doctor would suggest, prevention is always better than cure. Do not make any excuses like, “I can still manage my intakes”, or “I’m not dependent on any medicine, I only take it to give me a good mood”. We’re talking about illegal drugs here, so no matter how you manage your intake of it and how it gives you a better mood, it is still a crime.
Once you get to realize that you or any of your loved ones is undergoing the phase of substance abuse or at the risk of getting in to it, take action like getting into Drug Program Rehabilitation.

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The Greatest Kobe Bryant Quote of All-Time

spreading KB’s words

Nets Daily News

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SI recently released their piece on Kobe Bryant last week and Sports Illustrated’s Chris Ballard shared some extras that missed the cut. Here is the complete quote in context:

Gotham Chopra, the director of “Kobe Bryant’s Muse”, an upcoming documentary on Bryant, told a story about being with Kobe and watching the Nets and the Heat play. Recounts Chopra, “Deron Williams went like 0-for-9. I was like, ‘Can you believe Deron Williams went 0-9?’ Kobe was like, ‘I would go 0-30 before I would go 0-9. 0-9 means you beat yourself, you psyched yourself out of the game, because Deron Williams can get more shots in the game. The only reason is because you’ve just now lost confidence in yourself.’

This quote describes Kobe Bryant in a nutshell. He criticizes Deron Williams, saying that he “psyched [himself] out of the game.” Although Kobe Bryant may come off as arrogant in this quote, he…

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10 Ways to Know You’re a Writer

this is really clever 🙂

Stories are the Wildest Things

You’ve wondered, right?

You’ve asked yourself this question many times and you’re reading this post to find out, “Am I a writer?”

Like a hypochondriac checking out WebMD for signs and symptoms, you scour articles and blog posts for the telltale signs and symptoms that you’ve got what it takes to declare yourself a writer.

I do, too. That’s why I came up with this list of 10 Ways to Know You’re a Writer.

After reading the list, click on the links to the other great blog posts and articles that relate to each of these ideas.

Please leave me a comment about which symptoms you come down with most often, or add some new ones of your own.

You Know You’re a Writer if…

10. You take really long showers because you’re working on a writing problem or your fictional characters are having conversations in your head and…

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