in Limbo - RIP John Forbes Nash, of 'A Beautiful Mind' biopic fame, winner of Nobel Memorial Prize (not an actual Nobel Prize) for Economics for Game Theory. He invented a board game popularized as | So Long Sucker | "...the game involves betraying trust, be mindful of who you play it with! :P Posting it today in memory of its inventor..." "Its a pure negotiation game. The actual chips on the table hardly matter as the real game is cobbling together deal, secret meetings, brinkmanship, and…
Despite the growing number of chain restaurants across America, regional cuisine remains as vast as our continent is wide. Some may travel far distances just for a taste of authentic, iconic state dishes, but to know the history behind their creation is another story. For instance, do you know who invented the first Philly cheesesteak? How about the California Cobb salad? We've gathered 50 dishes from 50 states to prime you about the dishes you love.
7-11 in Denmark has bought this new invention called "Anti-Roma-Bench" aimed at the many beggers who have arrived from the eastern part of Europe. They are not exacly Romas but ordinary citizens from a number of countries.
Items that when you see them, are like "wow - so makes sense! ....But, I see a few in the " As Seen on TV" section at WalMart -. Any you think would garner a 1/2 hour infomertoal with ooohs and aahss that end with a "call in the next 10 minutes" and we will make the first payent!!! Or "this is so fabulous" call before the end of this show- " and we will send you an extra one @ no extra chatge, to you!" Some of them are really cool.