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10 Awesome Inventions from Everyday People

homemade roller coaster1. Homemade Roller Coaster

With theme park admission prices increasing every year, enjoying roller coasters is a privilege that many just can’t seem to budget. Fortunately, a very skilled amusement park fan decided to build his very own coaster.

Located on a 10-acre plot southwest of Oklahoma City, Jeremy Reid built an incredible roller coaster in the backyard of his parents’ home. It cost Reid $10,000 to build and features a 16-foot drop that propels riders — friends and family … Read the rest

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Standing Out in the Digital Mudslide

There are enough words written on Twitter daily to fill a 10-million-page book. Facebook boasts more than a billion users, and Pinterest fans spend over an hour each time they browse the site. No matter how we slice it, our online presence matters. Personally and professionally, our digital footprints make a vital component of who we are and what we stand for. As you trudge through the “world 2.0,” what do your digital footprints say about you? Is your content … Read the rest

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How to make a laser and flame thrower (videos)

Ive always been fascinated by lasers they are just such neat devices, the only problem is after a while you get a little bored just shining them at things. I always wanted the 007 laser that will just slice through anything, while this instructable wont give you that but it will let you easily slice through the black trashbag or electrical tape that Dr. No has tied you up with. All you need to be able to do it is … Read the rest

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demotivational when I work from home

Legit or Not Legit: Analysis of Work-From-Home Opportunities

We’ve all seen the ads: “make $1,000 per week stuffing envelopes from home”; “fire your boss”; etc. Whether it’s to mitigate daycare costs or avoid the stresses of traffic and high gas prices, more people are looking for legitimate ways to earn a living from the comfort of home. Right Management, a subsidiary of Manpower, found that 65 percent of Americans and Canadians are unsatisfied or somewhat unsatisfied with their current jobs.1

Businessman at home
The desire to quit your current job … Read the rest

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Brand of Brothers: Creating a Brand for Your Fraternity

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Branding is a big deal and it’s not just for big companies anymore. If you want to get the best rush candidates, host the best campus events and maximize your networking and legacy potential you must create a brand for yourselves. The good news is that generations of brothers before you have laid the groundwork for you. You already have a brand name, a logo, a mission statement and so on. Now it’s up to you to apply that to … Read the rest

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Where Cats and Dogs Want to be Petted (pic)

where cats like to be petted

cats and dogs petting areas

My perspective: More proof that dogs are better like cheddar. Cats are too picky and don’t do anything but hang around and eat your eggs. Kinda reminds me of my ex. However, a dog is loyal and will give their life trying to protect. They are also easy to please.

From a cat lover:
What this chart indicates is that cats are able to state what they want from the petting interaction, which leads to a more honest, deeper pet-and-pet-owner … Read the rest

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