The dangers of alcohol are public knowledge and nobody is taken by surprise already. Here's What Happens If You Drink Beer Every Day!

Here’s What Happens If You Drink Beer Every Day

The dangers of alcohol are public knowledge and nobody is taken by surprise already. Here's What Happens If You Drink Beer Every Day!

Albert Einstein receiving US citizenship papers from Judge Phillip Forman, January 1940.  In 1933, with Nazism gaining power, Einstein renounced his German citizenship, left the country and eventually ended up the United States. After the Second World War and the Holocaust becoming public knowledge, Einstein refused to have anything to do with Germany.

Albert Einstein receiving US citizenship papers from Judge Phillip Forman, January 1940. In 1933, with Nazism gaining power, Einstein renounced his German citizenship, left the country and eventually ended up the United States. After the Second World War and the Holocaust becoming public knowledge, Einstein refused to have anything to do with Germany.

Oh no wonder the writing's horrible, if Naruto can write as well

Oh no wonder the writing's horrible, if Naruto can write as well

How to Build a Meaningful Lifestyle Business in One Year by Doing One Thing Every Day. Empire Building Kit by Chris Guillebeau

How to Build a Meaningful Lifestyle Business in One Year by Doing One Thing Every Day. Empire Building Kit by Chris Guillebeau

March is MS Awareness Month – the perfect opportunity to teach everyone you know about MS. Start by sending them this infographic outlining the basics.

March is MS Awareness Month – the perfect opportunity to teach everyone you know about MS. Start by sending them this infographic outlining the basics.

ELLA KATE EWING (1872-1913): According to her publicity, Ella Kate Ewing, the Missouri Giantess, was 8 feet, 4 ½ inches tall, though her true height was closer to 7'3". She was born on March 9, 1872, in Louis County, Missouri, weighing seven and a half pounds at birth and grew normally until she was 9.  She died of pneumonia at the age of 40 and was extremely self-conscience of her size 24 feet until her death.

ELLA KATE EWING (1872-1913): According to her publicity, Ella Kate Ewing, the Missouri Giantess, was 8 feet, 4 ½ inches tall, though her true height was closer to 7'3". She was born on March 9, 1872, in Louis County, Missouri, weighing seven and a half pounds at birth and grew normally until she was 9. She died of pneumonia at the age of 40 and was extremely self-conscience of her size 24 feet until her death.

AS HE SAID RECENTLY "I DON'T NEED YOUR VOTE ANYMORE".  HOW DO YOU LIKE THEM ORANGES GOPF*RS?

AS HE SAID RECENTLY "I DON'T NEED YOUR VOTE ANYMORE". HOW DO YOU LIKE THEM ORANGES GOPF*RS?

The Death of Public Knowledge? How Free Markets Destroy the General Intellect // MIT Press // A collection of short, sharp essays exploring the value of shared and accessible public knowledge in the face of its erosion.

The Death of Public Knowledge? How Free Markets Destroy the General Intellect // MIT Press // A collection of short, sharp essays exploring the value of shared and accessible public knowledge in the face of its erosion.

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