You Can “Count” On Me – You Plus Me Equals Fun

You Can “Count” On Me – You Plus Me Equals Fun.
It’s good to be surrounded by people you can count on in life, people who add to your personal experiences instead of subtracting from your fun and forming a division between you and your friends.
And if you want to show people you’re the type of person who adds to the fun instead of multiplying their problems and being a big minus then you need to advertise- by wearing your calculator-esque reliability on your chest!
When you wear this You Can “Count” On Me t-shirt by Adrian Serghie life will add up to more fun, because people will want to add their numbers to your circle wherever you go!
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World Map of Literature

World Map of Literature.
Redditor Backforward24 created this neat “Literature of the World” – a map composed of books from/about each nation of the world.
The selection of what book should represent each country is subjective, of course – it’s impossible to boil down the literary history of a country to a single book, but nonetheless the work is quite impressive.
See if you agree with the book/country pairings: Canada – Anne of Green Gables U.S.A – To Kill a MockingBird Mexico – Pedro Paramo Guatemala – Men of Maize Belize – Beka Lamb Honduras – Cipotes El Salvador – Bitter Grounds Nicaragua – The Country Under my Skin Costa Rica – La Isla de los hombres solos Panama – Plenilunio Colombia – 100 Years of Solitude Venezuela – Dona Barbara Guyana – Palace of the Peacock Suriname – The Price of Sugar French Guiana – Papillon Ecuador – The Villager Brazil – Dom Casmurro Peru – Death in the Andes Bolivia – Bronze Race Paraguay – I the Supreme Argentina – Ficciones Chile – The House of the Spirits Uruguay – Soccer in the Sun and Shadow Cuba – Havana Bay Haiti – Breath, Eyes, Memory Dominican Republic – Wonderful Life of Oscar Wao Bahamas – The Measure of a Man Jamaica – A brief history of Seven Killings Puerto Rico – When I was Puerto Rican Lesser Antilles – Wide Sargasso Sea Greenland – Islands, the Universe, Home Europe & Russia Norway – Hunger Iceland – Jar City Sweden – Gosta Berling’s Saga Finland – The Unknown Soldier Denmark – Feeling for Snow Latvia – Nāvas Ena Estonia – Truth and Justice Lithuania – Black Sheep Belarus – Voices from Chernobyl Ukraine – Death and the Penguin Moldova – A Siberian Education Romania – Forest of the Hanged Bulgaria – Under the Yoke Poland – Pan Tadeusz Germany – Buddenbrooks Netherlands – The Discovery of Heaven Belgium – The Sorrow of Belgium Luxembourg – In Reality: Selected Poems United Kingdom – Great Expectations Ireland – Ulysses Czech Republic – The Good Soldier Slovakia – Rivers of Babylon France – The Count of Monte Cristo Spain – Don Quixote Portugal – Baltasar and Blimunda Austria – The Man Without Qualities Switzerland – Heidi Italy – The Divine Comedy Slovenia – Alamut Croatia – Cafe Europa Hungary – Eclipse of the Crescent Moon Bosnia and Herzegovina – Zlata’s diary Serbia – Dictionary of the Khazars Montenegro – Montenegro: A Novel Albania – The General of the Dead Army Macedonia – Freud’s Sister Greece – The Iliad Russia – War and Peace Turkey – My Name is Red Georgia – Knight in the Panther’s Skin Armenia – The Fool Azerbaijan – Blue Angels Iran – Shahnameh Iraq – The Corpses Exhibition and Other Stories Syria – The Dark Side of love Lebanon – The Hakawati Israel – Mornings in Jenin Syria – The Dark Side of Love Kuwait – A Map of Home UAE – The Sand Fish Saudi Arabia – Cities of Salt Qatar – The Emergence of Qatar Yemen – The Hostage Oman – The Turtle of Oman Kazakhstan – The Book of Words Turkmenistan – The Tale of Aypi Uzbekistan – Chasing the Sea Kyrgyzstan – Jamilia Tajikistan – Hurramabad Afghanistan – Kite Runner Pakistan – The Reluctant Fundamentalist Nepal – The Palpasa Cafe India – The God of Small Things Bhutan – the Circle of Karma Bangladesh – A Golden Age Myanmar – Smile as they Bow Laos – In the Other Side of the Eye Thailand – The Four Reigns Vietnam – The Sorrows of War Cambodia – First they Killed my Family Taiwan – Green Island Sri Lanka – Anil’s Ghost Mongolia – The Blue Sky North Korea – The Aquariums of Pyongyang South Korea – The Vegetarian Japan – Kokoro China – The Dream of the Red Chamber Malaysia – The Garden of Evening Mists Brunei – Some Girls Indonesia – This Earth of Mankind Philippines – Noli Me Tangere East Timor – The Redundancy of Courage Australia – Cloudstreet Papua New Guinea – Death of a Muruk Vanuatu – Black Stone Solomon Islands – Suremada Fiji – Tales of the Tikongs New Zealand – The bone People Africas Algeria – The Stranger Libya – In the Country of Men Egypt – Palace Walk Morocco – The Sand Child Mauritania – Silent Terror: A Journey into Contemporary African Slavery Mali – Sundiata: An Epic of Old Mali Niger – Sarraounia Chad – The Roots of Heaven Sudan – Lyrics Alley Nigeria – Things Fall Apart Cameroon – The Old Man and the Medal Central African Republic – Batouala South Sudan – They Poured Fire on Us from the Sky Ethiopia – Beneath the Lion’s Gaze Somalia – The Orchard of Lost Souls Democratic Republic of the Congo – The Antipeople Uganda – Abyssinian Chronicles Kenya – Petals of Blood Tanzania – Desertion Angola – A Gloriosa Familia Zambia – Scribbling the Cat: Travels with an African Soldier Mozambique – Sleepwalking Land Zimbabwe – The House of Hunger Namibia – Born of the Sun Botswana – The No.
1 Ladies’ Detective Agency South Africa – Disgrace View the large map over at Imgur.

Pink Puff In Outer Space – Kirby Is A Star

Pink Puff In Outer Space – Kirby Is A Star.
Do you ever wonder what you’re looking at when you see a colorful streak soar across the night sky?
I like to imagine the streak is created by an alien spacecraft, one which doesn’t dare come to Earth for fear of being destroyed by the ignorant masses, and inside that spacecraft is a cute little alien pilot hungry for adventure.
His name is Kirby, which is a perfectly appropriate name for both humans and aliens, and he’s one of the toughest warriors in the universe despite the fact that he looks like a piece of bubble gum.
Kirby wants to come see us, and knows he’ll probably meet a few friends on Earth, but he knows humanity isn’t ready to receive him yet so he stays high in the sky until that fateful day.
Add a streak of geeky color to your wardrobe with this Pink Puff in Outer Space t-shirt by Nextodie, it’s the adorable way to get people looking for their favorite video game puffball among the stars!
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Man Found Hanging Upside Down, Pantsed by Own Baggy Pants

Man Found Hanging Upside Down, Pantsed by Own Baggy Pants.
Photo by Jesse Sensibar/Facebook Add this to the looong list of why wearing baggy pants while trying to commit a crime is not a good idea: they’re terrible for running away.
A man was spotted trying to break into a classroom at Miles Elementary School in Tucson, Arizona.
That’s when his choice in trousers did him in.
Passerby Jesse Sensibar noted that the man’s baggy pants got caught on the fence and pantsed him.
Sensibar posted the photo on Facebook, which has now gone viral, with a note: One more reason not to jump fences in baggy pants.
I saw this homie hanging around at the Miles School this morning when I was rolling eastbound on Broadway Avenue.
I was going to help him off the fence but by the time I got back around the block the cops were rolling up two cars deep.
I don’t know what his story was but it must not have been good enough, fifteen minutes later when I went back by the other direction going home he was cuffed up in the backseat.
He smiled for the camera.

Blue Haze of Pluto

Blue Haze of Pluto.
Image: NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Southwest Research Institute Smog getting you down?
Consider this: even Pluto has got that!
Scientists stitched together images from the Long Range Reconnaissance Imager (LORRI) from NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft when it was about 120,000 miles (200,000 kilometers) away from Pluto.
The resulting image of Pluto’s receding crescent shows a spectacular blue “haze” in the dwarf planet’s atmosphere: Scientists believe the haze is a photochemical smog resulting from the action of sunlight on methane and other molecules in Pluto’s atmosphere, producing a complex mixture of hydrocarbons such as acetylene and ethylene.
These hydrocarbons accumulate into small haze particles, a fraction of a micrometer in size, which preferentially scatter blue sunlight – the same process that can make haze appear bluish on Earth.
As they settle down through the atmosphere, the haze particles form numerous intricate, horizontal layers, some extending for hundreds of miles around large portions of the limb of Pluto.
The haze layers extend to altitudes of over 120 miles (200 kilometers).
Pluto’s circumference is 4,667 miles (7,466 kilometers).

Scientists Transform Spinach Leaves Into Working Human Heart Tissue

Scientists Transform Spinach Leaves Into Working Human Heart Tissue.
Scientists from the Worcester Polytechnic Institute have turned a spinach leaf into working human heart tissue, and this could revolutionize the treatment of damaged organs.
Tissue engineering (also called regenerative medicine) attempts to create functional human tissue from cells in a laboratory.
Its goal is to replace tissues and organs that fail due to disease, genetic errors, or other reasons.
To fight that, the researchers took a spinach leaf and removed its plant cells, leaving a frame made of cellulose.
“Cellulose is biocompatible [and] has been used in a wide variety of regenerative medicine applications, such as cartilage tissue engineering, bone tissue engineering, and wound healing,” the authors write in their paper.
They bathed the remaining frame in live human cells and they grew on the leaf’s tiny veins.
The team then sent fluids and microbeads through the “tiny heart” and sure enough – it was flowing.
“We have a lot more work to do, but so far this is very promising,” study co-author Glenn Gaudette says in a press statement.
“Adapting abundant plants that farmers have been cultivating for thousands of years for use in tissue engineering could solve a host of problems limiting the field.” More info: sciencedirect.com Newest study by the Worcester Polytechnic Institute revealed an amazing fact about Popeye’s beloved spinach Scientists transformed a spinach leaf into working human heart tissue, and this could revolutionize the treatment of damaged organs First, the researchers took a spinach leaf and removed its plant cells, leaving a frame made of cellulose “Cellulose is biocompatible [and] has been used in a wide variety of regenerative medicine applications,” the authors write in their paper “[Including] tissue engineering, bone tissue engineering, and wound healing” They bathed the remaining frame in live human cells which grew on the leaf’s tiny veins Eventually, the same technique could be used to grow layers of healthy heart muscles and treat heart attack patients Watch the video below for more details about this groundbreaking study

Firefighter Won’t Let This Dog Die After Pulling Him From A Burning Home, Performs Mouth-To-Mouth

Firefighter Won’t Let This Dog Die After Pulling Him From A Burning Home, Performs Mouth-To-Mouth.
Meet Andrew Klein, a first responder with the Santa Monica Fire Department in California, who just demonstrated that every life is worth fighting for by saving a doggie named Nalu.
The apartment where the pooch lived with his mom caught fire earlier this week, dangerously trapping the dog inside the house.
At the same time, Billy Fernando, a portrait photographer, was driving by when he saw the scene.
The man stopped and started taking pictures of firefighters in action – but what he didn’t know was that he was about to witness a life being saved.
“As I was standing outside, I saw the firefighter, Mr. Klein, running toward the curbside grass area carrying something,” Fernando told The Dodo.
“I didn’t know what it was at first, but then I realized that it was a pet who had been trapped in the fire.
The dog was unconscious, limp and not moving at all.” “Just a minute after, [the firefighter] began performing CPR on the pet without any hesitation,” said Fernando, adding: “It was an awe-inspiring moment.” Twenty minutes into action, the doggie slowly began showing signs of life.
“The owner was in tears.
Everyone was very happy with the ending.” More info: Facebook (h/t: thedodo) Firefighter Andrew Klein just demonstrated that every life is worth fighting for by saving a doggie named Nalu The apartment where the dog lived with his mom caught fire earlier this week, trapping Nalu inside the house Billy Fernando, a portrait photographer, happened to be there and started to take pictures “I saw the firefighter, Mr. Klein, running toward the curbside grass area carrying something” “Just a minute after, [the firefighter] began performing CPR on the pet without any hesitation” Twenty minutes into action, the doggie slowly began showing signs of life “The owner was in tears.

Dog Saves Unconscious Bird, Bird Can’t Be More Grateful

Dog Saves Unconscious Bird, Bird Can’t Be More Grateful.
Meet Diamond, the smart doggie from Iceland who has just become a hero after saving an unconscious bird.
The Jack Russell’s dad Gunnar Kr Sigurjónsson was busy working at a home office when the dog walked in and started whining, as if wanting the man to follow.
“When I didn’t follow, he came back and whined some more,” Gunnar told The Dodo.
“So finally I gave in and followed him.” Diamond ran straight to the balcony where Sigurjónsson saw a little bird without any signs of life.
“I immediately thought the bird was dead, so I called Diamond inside,” said Gunnar.
“Then I thought I saw the bird blink an eye.” The little fellow started to move his wings.
“I gave him some water and some birdseed I had.
After an hour or so, I was going to set him free, but wanted to take some pictures first… Then he flew a big circle in my living room and landed back … right on top of Diamond’s head!” Once the man took the bird back into his hands, “Diamond came nose to beak to the bird and then he started licking him.” Sigurjónsson named the birdie Bíbí and, eventually, set him free.
Meet Diamond, the smart doggie from Iceland who has just become a hero after saving an unconscious bird The Jack Russell’s human dad was working at a home office when the dog walked in and started whining The canine insisted on his owner following him to the balcony where he showed him an unconscious bird “[I] thought the bird was dead, so I called Diamond inside.” But the bird started to move his wings… “I gave him some water and some birdseed I had.

Trou de Fer (The Iron Hole)

Trou de Fer (The Iron Hole).
View all photos Réunion is an island in the Indian Ocean, sandwiched between Madagascar and Mauritius, a thousand miles from the east coast of Africa.
Despite its remote location, as a “department” of France it’s actually part of the Eurozone, and with nearly a million inhabitants and some of the most lush and magical landscapes in the world, the volcanic outpost has a robust tourist industry.
Tourism in the area centers around the coastal regions of Réunion, but at the island’s center is one of its most extraordinary sites, a canyon that reaches nearly a quarter mile (300 meters) into the Earth, ringed by a chorus of six tall waterfalls.
Trou de Fer (the “Iron Hole”) is a collapsed crater of an ancient volcano, fed by bubbling rivers and streams, but dangerous to descend.
So rugged is the terrain at Trou de Fer, and so rain-soaked most of the year, the deep chasm wasn’t fully explored until 1989.
Not that climbers hadn’t tried to reach its depths—they just never made it back out.
Today it is a relatively easy hike to get there, just a couple of miles of well-groomed trails with a viewing platform at the end.
From the high vantage point you can see the surrounding mountains and tropical forests, and all the waterfalls that make their way to bottom.

Podcast Episode 147: The Call of Mount Kenya

Podcast Episode 147: The Call of Mount Kenya.
In this week’s episode of the Futility Closet podcast we’ll follow Benuzzi and two companions as they try to climb the second-highest mountain in Africa using homemade equipment.
Intro: Under the law of the United Kingdom, a sturgeon when caught becomes the personal property of the monarch.
On July 4, 1853, 32 people held a dance on the stump of a California sequoia.
Sources for our feature on Felice Benuzzi: Felice Benuzzi, No Picnic on Mount Kenya, 1953.
Stephan Wilkinson, “10 Great POW Escapes,” Military History 28:4 (November 2011), 28-33.
Jon Mooallem, “In Search of Lost Ice,” New York Times Magazine, Dec. 21, 2014, 28-35.
Smithsonian, “Did the Titanic Sink Because of an Optical Illusion?” (accessed March 24, 2017).
Telegraph, “Titanic Sank Due to ‘Mirage’ Caused by Freak Weather” (accessed March 24, 2017).
This week’s lateral thinking puzzle was contributed by listener David White.

Take the Whimsy Out of Your Favorite Pastime With This Super-Serious ‘Executive Coloring Book’

Take the Whimsy Out of Your Favorite Pastime With This Super-Serious ‘Executive Coloring Book’.
Believe it or not, adult coloring books are not a new phenomenon.
Once again, the hilariously blunt book can charm readers while they de-stress—what’s more relaxing than a good chuckle at the expense of those in the C-Suites?
It begins with our main character, who is a very important business man.
I am an executive.
Executives are important.
The stern coloring book seems to have a lot of rules and demands, just like a real corporate setting.
Self-starter colorers can arm themselves with colors like gray and brown and bring the deadpan captions to life.
The intentionally droll coloring book serves as a reminder that glitz and glamour portrayed in pop culture, like on The Wolf of Wall Street or Mad Men, can actually be quite a dull affair.
All images from THE EXECUTIVE COLORING BOOK by Marcie Hans, Dennis Altman and Martin A. Cohen, to be published on March 28, 2017 by G. P. Putnam’s Sons, an imprint of Penguin Publishing Group, a division of Penguin Random House, LLC.

People Can’t Stop Crying After Seeing What This Grandpa Gave To His Granddaughter

People Can’t Stop Crying After Seeing What This Grandpa Gave To His Granddaughter.
Lauren Blank has had a strong bond with her grandfather Ron Petrillo since she was born.
He helped raise her from a young age, and they spent a lot of time together going to the zoo, flying kites, and simply hanging out.
For her 16th birthday, grandpa Ron decided to finally give her the gift he had been working on and saving for years – a notebook filled with their adventures.
From when Lauren was 2 years old to until she turned 5, her grandpa documented every single memory they shared.
“The notebook is just filled with daily things that we did,” Blank told Buzzfeed.
“We went to the zoo a lot, and flew kites, and throughout the notebooks he gave me advice.” At first, when Lauren received the gift she was a little confused but when she started to read the notes inside… “I was completely in shock and couldn’t even cry at first,” Blank said.
“Then I saw my whole family was crying and I realized this was a once-in-a-lifetime gift.” Lauren shared this beautiful gesture with her Twitter followers, and now it has gone hugely viral with over 161k retweets and 601k likes.
For Lauren’s 16th birthday, grandpa Ron finally gave her the gift he had been working on and saving for years “The notebook is just filled with daily things that we did,” Blank said “We went to the zoo a lot, and flew kites, and throughout the notebooks he gave me advice” At first, when Lauren received the gift she was a little confused but when she started to read the notes inside… “I was completely in shock and couldn’t even cry at first” “Then I saw my whole family was crying and I realized this was a once-in-a-lifetime gift” Lauren shared this beautiful gesture with her Twitter followers, and now it has gone hugely viral Her post has over 161k retweets, 601k likes, and thousands of people are touched

Fun with Game of Thrones

Literally 100 Really Funny Game Of Thrones Jokes, Memes, and Puns.
* Is There an Error in this Painting?
John Constable was commissioned to paint Wivenhoe Park and include certain important elements.
* Spite’s a great motivator, even when building a home.
A look into the most famously odd spite houses.
* What Actually Happens When You Default on Your Student Loans.
Creditors will not be forgiving.
* Plants and Animals Endangered by Pseudoscience.
Herbal remedies aren’t worth wiping out a species.
* When he moved from Dublin to L.A., photographer Andrew Ward became fascinated with the phenomena of abandoned sofas on city streets, so he began photographing the couches.

Cold Comfort: How to Best Use Your Freezer

Blanching the vegetables (immersing them in boiling water for a short period of time) before freezing interrupts the activity of the enzymes, and will keep the frozen vegetables fresher longer.
• Remove ground meat from the container and place it in a plastic freezer bag, taking care to squeeze as much air out of the bag as possible before placing it in the freezer.
Instead, beat raw eggs just until the whites and yolks have blended together, then pour the mixture into an ice cube tray and freeze.
Milk expands when it freezes, so if you don’t leave some air at the top of the container, it may burst, spilling the unfrozen milk all over the inside of the freezer.
• If you plan to use small amounts of milk over time, such as when baking, milk, too, can be frozen in ice cube trays and thawed out individually as needed.
Milk cubes can also be added to fresh milk to keep it cold without watering it down as the cubes melt.
These can be frozen in freezer bags.
Use snack-sized bags and freeze them flat, so that when you need some sauce for cooking you can open the freezer bag and snap off as much of the frozen sauce as you need.
Once you’ve made your stock, refreeze it in individual portions in muffin tins or ice cube trays so that you’ll only need to thaw out as much as you need.
• Frozen foods will last longer if they are stored at a colder temperature, so once the food has frozen, keep the freezer set at 0°F or lower.

I Use Shadows Of Everyday Objects To Create Cute Doodles

I Use Shadows Of Everyday Objects To Create Cute Doodles.
Husband Asks Why His Wife Was Fired From A Company She Worked For 11 Years, And Things Escalated Hilariously 10+ Pics Proving That Cats Are Actually Demons Incredible U-Shaped Skyscraper In New York Is Unveiled And It’s Beyond Our Imagination Stray Cats Find Drain Pipe Holes And Now They Are Having The Time Of Their Life 10+ Puppies That Are Too Adorable To Be Real Bored Panda Helped Me Quit My Day Job To Make Fantasy Book Covers For A Living Dogs Romping And Enjoying Spring!
I Dye People’s Hair For A Good Cause Why Women Live Longer Than Men In 10+ Pics After First Date Girl Asks Guy If They Could Just Be Friends, Guy’s Response Takes Her By Surprise 10+ Of The Funniest Texts From Dads Ever People Can’t Handle How Cute These Baby Spa Photos Are What You Say About Mental Illness Vs What You Actually Mean I Draw Comics That People Can Relate To How A Mother Would Handle “BBC Dad’s” Tricky Situation 10+ Before & After Pics Of Rebellious Teenagers (Add Yours) If Your Boss Was A Cat (10+ New Pics) Urban Miniature Cities So Detailed You’ll Need A Magnifying Glass 10+ People Who Deeply Regret Shopping Online After Being Bullied For Vitiligo All Her Life, This Girl Now Turns Her Body Into Amazing Art 10+ Older People Failing At Technology So Terribly It’s Impossible Not To Laugh 10+ Of The Daddest Dad Jokes That Dads Have Ever Made Artist Spends 20 Years Sketching South Korea’s Little Convenience Stores

Overnight, Bulgaria’s Capital Gets the City’s First Monuments to Women

Bulgaria’s capital, Sofia, has plenty of historic monuments to men.
But there are no statues of real, historic women in the city (as opposed to symbols like “a mother”).
But, on March 24, seven new monuments seemed to pop up overnight, Mashable reports.
MONUMENT #1—an art piece by Irina Tomova-Erka—highlights the lack of women’s accomplishments celebrated throughout the city by adding new, neon-colored busts of female figures.
Well, just one figure, actually—the artist herself.
“However, they are also anonymous, as they do not bear my name.
In these sculptures I am every woman.
After the exhibition ends, they’ll be auctioned off, with the proceeds going to fund a real monument to a historic woman of Sofia.
New York City has only five monuments to historic women throughout the city—while there are 23 statues honoring men in Central Park alone.
Some cities are making slightly faster progress, though—several cities throughout Spain are rechristening streets that had been named for members of Francisco Franco’s fascist dictatorship to honor notable women instead.

Remembering MiniDisc, the Audio Format that Flopped in America

Remembering MiniDisc, the Audio Format that Flopped in America.
Sony introduced the MiniDisc (MD) format in 1992 in an attempt to replace the CD.
MD was a nice format because it was digital and recordable, so it could functionally replace CDs and cassettes in one package.
But in the United States, MD never really caught on as a consumer technology.
The answer is complex, and it’s hard to pinpoint a single point of failure.
In the 45-minute video below, we get a detailed history lesson on MD and its modest success around the world.
You get to see how bulky the original players were—and the fact that early rechargeable batteries could barely play back one MiniDisc, at a time when portable CD players ran for many hours on a few AA batteries.
The format was around for several decades though, and matured quickly…but also began facing competition from MP3 players mid-way through its life.
Whether you remember MiniDisc or not, this is a terrific video essay on recording tech history.
Enjoy:

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