Here’s Why You Have That Little Pocket On Your Jeans

 

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Have you ever tried getting something from one of the pockets of your Levi jeans only to get stuck in that tiny little pocket inside the pocket? You got so frustrated and wondered what is it’s use in the first place? Well that tiny little pocket has a name and a purpose too.

According to Levi Strauss &Co. blog, the watch pocket; yes that’s the name of the tiny pocket; was originally intended for men who wore pocket watches. It provide protective storage for all those pocket watches back in the day when people carried pocket watches. The pocket watches have however been replaced by phones which definitely don’t fit in that pocket.

Now for those tiny little buttons on your jeans pocket that have nothing to do with anything other than just the usual denim formation. Well, if this is what you thought, then you are so wrong! Those tiny little buttons have names too.

Rivets is the name of those tiny buttons. They are to prevent the jeans from wearing out and reaping at the seam. Strauss himself came up with this idea back in 1829 when he noticed miners were complaining about how quickly their pants wore out. We cannot have pantless miners, so a solution was quickly created.

Well now you know!

Angel Kills Loads Of Spectators At Vatican Anual Air Show

 

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This year’s Vatican Air Show, was filled with tragedy as 3838 of the spectators lost their lives and hundreds more got injured. This occurred after botching a high-speed aerial maneuver while flying at low altitude over St. Peter’s Square.An out-of-control angel reportedly slammed into the stands where the people were.

One of the witnesses, John Kelly, recalled how the divine messenger failed to counteract his rather aggressive starboard roll. “I could tell something was very wrong when he slowed down and pitched upward at the top of his loop-the-loop; angels just aren’t built to pull those kind of G’s,” said John Kelly. The angel later struck the ground at full speed, wheeling into the crowd and causing such a destruction. Unfortunately, most people thought the spinning was part of the act by the time they realized that he wasn’t just buzzing the crowd for a thrill, it was already too late.

Vatican officials regretfully announced the canceling of the event’s signature Cherub dog fight.

Don’t take it so serious though, it’s only a Onion type joke!

Firefighters Posing With Rescued Puppies, Amazing!

Ever wondered how a sexy charity calendar would look like? Well that is a far fetched thought. Well not for this group of Firefighters.

In Australia, the Firefighters Calendar has become like a tradition. The tradition started in 1993 and all the proceeds went to the Children’s Hospital Foundation and Westmead Children’s Hospital’s burns unit.

The calendar has raised over $1 million since it’s inception to date. This year they have decided to spice up things with the hope of raising even more. The Firefighters posed with adorable rescue puppies. The puppies were on loan from Safe Haven Animal Rescue, all the puppies are up for adoption. The proceeds from this will be split with the RSPCA.

This will without a doubt serve as the best gift anyone would receive. Now you know what to get your loved ones this year.

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Awesome Response To Tricky Question By Princess Kate

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have recently started their week long tour in India. Their tour comes during the 90th birthday celebration for the Queen Elizabeth. The couple had gone from Mumbai to New Delhi with social engagements splattered throughout.

The Royal couple is known for their zeal and the spirit not to quit. Even when faced with hard-to-answer questions they respond appropriately.

Professor Bulbul Dhar James, asked the Duchess, Kate, how she lost weight even after having two children. This may seem as an odd question but the princess handled it smoothly.

Her answer was friendly yet she said what we all thought but couldn’t say it out loud. “I am running after my kids,” was her epic reply.
That’s why we love this royal familiy so much!

Curious About What Melisandre’s Spell Means In Enlgish? – GoT, ep.2

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Attention, for those who didn’t saw the second episode, stop reading right now, it contains spoilers. 

Last Sunday the second episode of GoT, which was way expected by all of us, provided a real doze of magic with Melisandre making spells to awake Jon Snow from the death.He is once again among as, alive, ready to be a better man. Some fans were curious about Melisandre’s spells and what do they mean in English. Now they have to deduce the future episodes and the upcoming events in Westeros based upon the little trailers we have available. David J. Peterson, decided to take matters into his own hands and from its original High Valyrian. The Red Woman’s pleas to R’hllor, the Lord of Light, are as follows:
One Tumblr user, David J. Peterson, had the idea of translating the words of Melisandre in High Valiryan, to plain English. The red Woman says spells for the Lord Of Light and the words are:

Zȳhys ōñoso jehikagon Āeksiot epi, se gīs hen sȳndrorro jemagon.
“We ask the Lord to shine his light, and lead a soul out of darkness.”
Zȳhys perzys stepagon Āeksio Ōño jorepi, se morghūltas lȳs qēlītsos sikagon.
“We beg the Lord to share his fire, and light a candle that has gone out.”
Hen sȳndrorro, ōños. Hen ñuqīr, perzys. Hen morghot, glaeson.
“From darkness, light. From ashes, fire. From death, life.”
AltHough the words are quite direct and on the subject, we are sure that the true fans with surely analyze all the words very carefuLly and with high details, until, one day, we will receive more answers!!! Good no now that, 🙂

Guy Draws His Way Out From Not Paying A Parking Fine

 

One lad managed to not pay a parking fine after sending a staggering drawing of what happened during the day he got fined to the authorities, a drawing that should probably hang on his wall.

Steve Crowley, a teacher from Yate, got a letter via the post service, asking him to provide a proof that he’d been inside, shopping at the Lidl when using the store’s car park.

Normally, customers are allowed up to 90 minutes of free park, anyone else using the park and not visiting the store faces a fine.

When leaving, shoppers are to register their number plates details in a  checkout service, but Steve forgot to do that. His receipt for the groceries was also missing  so the prove that he was with his kids shopping was almost impossible.

He was fined £45 and was told it would rise to £90 if he didn’t pay it in 14 days.
He tried in vain to prove he was not guilty and finally he got the idea of drawing the whole situation to the authorities.

The drawing which frustrated motorist Steve Crowley used to overturn a parking ticket he was given for parking in the Lidl car park in Yate, Bristol. See SWNS story SWLIDL: A Lidl customer overturned his £90 parking fine - thanks to this hilarious 'stick man' drawing. Teacher Steve Crowley, 40, received a demand through the post asking him to prove he had shopped at the store when using the car park. Unable to find his receipt, he decided to draw an image of his family's shopping trip instead and submitted it in an email. The child-like sketch features himself as a stick man saying: "Hey kids! It's approximately 12.30pm on 01.04.16! Time to go shopping!"

To his amazement, the fine was actually overturned. It probably helped that he referred to Lidl as a place ‘where dreams come true’.

“It’s hilarious that they accepted it,” he said. “Their car parking policy isn’t about protecting Lidl customers – it’s about making money.”

Athena ANPR Ltd, acting on behalf of Lidl, wrote: “Thank you for your email in regards to the above parking charge.We can confirm that the above parking charge has been cancelled.”

Next time, forget about checking out, just draw the whole thing on a piece of paper.

Can You Spot Mark Zuckerberg’s Dog?

When the name Mark Zuckerberg comes into your mind, you think of the Facebook genius, you maybe see him bathing in his huge amount of money, searching for new ways to get you in touch with school friends you never didn’t like

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You can also think of him as a proud owner of a dog names Beast, a dog which is able to camouflage himself among almost all the household items.

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I think his nose gave him away on this one.

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But seriously, anyone need a mop?

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If you are wondering what the dog looks like when he is not hiding in a rug, certainly more expensive than your whole house, here he is ( The furry white dog, not the smashing hot lady married with Mark)

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For the most curious ones, Beast is a Puli, which is a type of Hungarian sheepdog.
The dog is also a “Public Figure” on Facebook, a dog which lives in Palo Alto with Mark and Cilla. He loves to cuddle and gerd things.

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Online Website Claims Pictures With The New iPhone 7

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Simpler times that we experienced when we were younger have officially gone.

Instead of feeling excited about what Pokemon cards will be available in the latest pack, teens nowdays are thinking about the latest iPhone model and so on.

Despite of what teens in our days will feel in a couple of years, we also are involved in the same rumor regarding the new iPhone and what its features will be

Because we love hearing rumors so much, images that seem “leaked” arrived and they contain the iPhone 7 or maybe.

MobiPicker revealed some pictures which contain something like an iPhone from China and they also give us the first glimpse to the new headset.

The pictures which we don’t know if they are fake or real, show a golden phone which has a new auto focus laser module between the camera and the flash. The lens of the camera also contain a metal ring around the outside, which means only one thing, Apple haven’t been able to remove that bump on the iPhone 6.

The antenna bands have also been modified, they look a little bit closer to the top bottom of the device and also they seem a bit smaller.

Despite the images show only the back of the phone, rumors say that Apple removed, for ever, the jack headphone, and some suggested that the home button may finally met his end.

uSwitch announced on their Twitter account that the iPhone 7 plus will have a dual camera with double lens, which means bad news for the selfie lovers which are feeling quite frustrated by the new features of the Apple’s camera that shows all their poor features.

Issues somewhere between Overseas and National Online marketing

Issues somewhere between Overseas and National Online marketing

Dissimilarities involving Overseas and Residential Internet marketing One can find issues regarding world-wide and residential promotion. These include produced via the different versions in expertise, field structure and plan utilized to carry out business enterprise. Doing world-wide business is more difficult and complex than doing business domestically. There are various components that create these variations. You have the variation from the rules on the international locations just where world wide and residential institutions do the job, together with the foreign currencies used. Continue reading Issues somewhere between Overseas and National Online marketing

Homeless Lady Buys Books Instead Of Food – She Wants To Learn How To Read

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I have been blessed with two amazing parents and a family that has always had resources to provide me with anything I wanted to do. Amy Joe has not. So now not only do Amy Joe and I sit and have lunch, I’m teaching her to read. I rent one library book a week and we read it together Tuesday and she practices on her own throughout the rest of the week. This post is in no way to make anyone feel sorry for Amy Joe or brag about me doing something for someone less fortunate. I wanted to share this because maybe this can lead to someone helping another person. There are a lot of people out there like Amy Joe, not all are hungry, homeless or hurt. Some could be your family or friends. Helping someone could be as easy as saying hello and smiling. I have been fortunate enough in my finances that I can take care of Amy Joe, so that’s what I’m going to do. If this is something that hit home with you, Like & Share it … if not, that’s okay too. But you never know what you can do for someone until you try. Who is your Amy Joe?!?!?”

Third Leading Cause Of Death In The US

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Medical errors.

According to the latest study made by BMJ, medical errors –  in which, incorrect treatments, wrong diagnoses, medical mishaps – all are the result of the third cause of death in the US.

More than 250k deaths are because of medical errors each year. The exact numbers are not available for the moment –  thing which needs to change, sais BMJ.

“There’s vast underrecognition, underpreparation, and underfunding of the problem of medical care gone awry, even though it has a significant impact on public health,” Dr. Martin Makary, health policy and management professor at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, said.

The study revealed that more than 9% of all deaths in USA take place in the Hospitals and may be preventable. But, dr. John Torres also said, the surgeons are not always to blame.

“I think one of the big things they’re emphasizing is not to put it on a bad doctor plate and say bad doctors are causing all these medical errors,” Torres told KUSA-TV.

“There’s no such thing as a perfect surgery, that nothing’s going to go wrong,” he continued. “There’s no such thing as any procedure that doesn’t have side effects with it. And that’s why I always encourage patients, before you go in, know what’s supposed to happen, what could happen, and understand what you need to do to follow up with that because we’re a team, the doctor and the patients are a team, need to work together.”

Following this result, BMJ is calling all the centers for Disease Control and Prevention to gather more info about the deaths certificates. For the moment, there is no standard procedure for gathering the most accurate numbers behind the medical errors.

The BMJ’s research builds upon a previous study that discovered more than 210,000 deaths per year are a result of medical errors. After adjusting for 2013 hospital admission rates, Makary and his team determined the actual number is much closer to 251,454 deaths per year, far surpassing the CDC’s currently-listed third-leading cause of death, respiratory disease, which kills nearly 150,000 people per year.

The BMJ study is built on previous studies that revealed that more than 210k deaths/year are because of medical errors. The actual number for 2016, Markary determined, could be close to 260k, the reason why this is the third cause of death in the US, more than 150k being killed by respiratory diseases.

The first-leading cause of death is heart disease, followed by cancer in the no. 2 spot.

Donald Trump Funny Parody Of Peter Griffin In Latest Emmy Show

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Donald Trump is a Never Ending fountain of ideas, a true gift for us! A guy with so much contradiction in his blood and full of controversy, you cannot help but remain astounded by his amazing success in the presidential campaign

Juts look at his Facebook page and see the latest post. The man’s a dream for Satire writers.

Family Guy creator, Seth MacFarlane has made his job and wrote about that, making us all laugh.

He presented Peter Griffin himself –  a typical American lad – portraying D.T, another typical American s**it, sorry, lad!

The caption reads: “As long as we’re voting for dumb loudmouths, can I get an Emmy?”

Maybe this will be the year they will be recognised. The show ended itself back in 2012 when their mailer reffered to the producers as “bloated, overprivileged, Brentwood Jews.”

But the details in the picture are funny as shit. The mouth, hands; the whiteness of the outer eyes, and last but not least, that blooody barnet. They sure deserve it.

Omaha Police Departament Mourns After Famous Squirrel’s Death

 

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A famous squirrel with a twitter account passes on. The death of the squirrel caused so much grief but most especially to the Omaha Police Department headquarters.

Police officers throughout Omaha came to love the squirrel so much. They often splurged to provide it with its favorite meal of granola bars and sunflower seeds. The squirrel, in return, could frequently be spotted around police headquarters and became friendly to humans

After its death, a photo of a police officer mourning has emerged. This caused thousands of people to send condolence messages.

The Omaha Police Department released a statement announcing the squirrel’s passing via its official Twitter account, @OpdSquirrel. “We are sad to announce that @OpdSquirrel has been found dead in the parking lot. We are not investigating,” the message read. 

The mourners were encouraged to feed their backyard squirrels and donate to the First Responders Foundation of Omaha in lieu of flowers.

Danielle Brooks: “Every Woman Should Feel Stylish And Comfortable In Their Clothes.”

 

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Danielle Brooks has decided to break some fashion rules. The rule about plus-size women and patterns. What she is proving in Christian Siriano for Lane Bryant’s new campaign ads, it’s that it’s time to toss out the outdated fashion rule that plus-size women should “stay away from” color and patterns.

Siriano hand picked Brooks to model the 50s vibrant pieces.To Brooks this was more than just an opportunity to be the face of a brand. It served as a chance for her to speak about a common issue that the plus-size women face in Hollywood and in the fashion industry. 

Brooks, who has initially worn colorful Siriano pieces to red carpets events before, praised the designer for creating a collection for women of all sizes.As opposed to other designers that only create pieces for one type of woman, Sirano is known to be diverse with women clothing. Sirano, is also the designer behind plus-size fashion blogger; Nicolette Mason’s; 2015 wedding dress.

Siriano believes women of all sizes deserve options and shouldn’t be restricted to old fashioned clothes. She also says that fashion shouldn’t be defined by size, every woman should however feel stylish and comfortable in their  clothes.