Q:How Do I Win Rock, Paper, Scissors Every Time? [infographic]

October 21, 2012 |  by  |  Gaming, Mind-Blowing  |  No Comments
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What is more captivating than a game of chance?! For real, though. We are all guilty of claiming that we’re going to play “2 out of 3”, then we say “alright, alright make it 3 out of 5”, and when that doesn’t work say “come on, let’s make it 5 out of 7… NBA style” and so on when we are losing…Why can’t we just let it go? Well… what if there was a way to make the game we used to live and breathe in fifth grade a sure win? Ladies and gentlemen, I am proposing to you that through this infographic you could be the coolest kid on the block (even if you’re above 40) and add some swag to your walk because of some darn sneaky tips on how to approach ROCK, PAPER, SCISSORS.

What I really like about this infographic is that it gives Rock, Paper, Scissors the credit it deserves by speaking about it like the magnificent, strategic sport it really is. No one is like “Man, this game sucks…”—it is one that engages someone just as much as the games they insanely throw money at in Vegas.

So, the next time you are playing this extraordinary pastime (which is so much more than that), think about these helpful tips and reflect on how much more wisdom you have acquired than you’re opponent. As the phrase goes, learn and prosper. Peace out, y’all. Have a good Sunday. [via]

 

Q: How Do I Win Rock, Paper, Scissors Every Time?

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What to Look for on Pet Food Labels [infographic]

October 20, 2012 |  by  |  Animals, Food  |  No Comments
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I have always had a canine that is addicted to food. They will stand next to their food bowl all day begging for more. No matter how many table scraps or meals my pups have consumed that day, they want more. I’m now living with one mouthy, anxious, but extremely lovable four legged k9. Her name is Kona, and she has never been interested in eating her dog food. We’ve changed dog food types constantly to finally find one that she will gladly eat – it is one difficult task. We did make some massive leeway this week with the purchase of Purina One and she will devour that stuff. A little too much if you ask me, she had four meals yesterday compared to her normal one. I guess its time to start watching her weight!

Dog food is very broad with their ingredient descriptions. I’m sure your remember the massive lead-poisoning caused by some chinese manufactured dog food, well there is still a ton of mystery meat in your pooches meals. After reading today’s infographic, research some more and find exactly what your dog eats – it could save you from expensive vet bills in the future. [VetDepot]

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House Fires! [infographic]

October 19, 2012 |  by  |  Health  |  No Comments
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The message is simple, and the habit can be lifesaving. Thirty-eight percent of fatal fire injuries occur in homes without working smoke alarms, while 24 percent occur in homes in which at least one smoke alarm is present but fails to operate, frequently due to dead or missing batteries.

For 25 years, the Change Your Clock Change Your Battery program has been dedicated to helping share the life-saving reminder to change the batteries in your home’s smoke and carbon monoxide detectors when you change your clocks for daylight savings. This year, Energizer and the International Association of Fire Chiefs will mark the silver anniversary of one of the nation’s top home fire safety programs by donating 250,000 batteries to fire departments across the country to distribute to local families in their areas and adopting 25 fire departments in 25 cities across the nation, who, in addition to batteries, will be equipped with a variety Energizer family safety products for their department and to share in their communities.

Together, they will host Home Safety Days and neighborhood canvasses spanning throughout National Fire Prevention Month in October until the end of daylight saving time on Sunday, Nov. 4. For more information about Change Your Clock Change Your Battery, please visit their Facebook Page.

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14 Facts About Sugar [infographic]

October 18, 2012 |  by  |  Food, Health  |  1 Comment
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There’s no hiding the fact that American’s love sugar, it’s in everything delicious! From ice cream to French fries, there is no escaping this silent button buster. But as great as sugar tastes, its become a huge problem to the people of America. The problem has been mocked in television shows and has even been addressed in real life with the soda ban in New York.

Today’s infographic gives 14 sweet facts about sugar. After reading the infographic, you will come to the realization that sugar is poisoning us. I know after I finished reading it, I promised on more sugary snacks, but alas, here I am eating ice cream while I write this post. The truth is, sugar is hard to give up, so let’s at least try to decrease our intake. I’m sure well all look and feel a lot better! [via]

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Game of Thrones: Illustrated Guide to Houses and Character Relationships [Infographic]

October 17, 2012 |  by  |  Entertainment  |  No Comments
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I hope I’m not the only one eagerly anticipating the return of the HBO show Game of Thrones. WINTER SHALL COME. One thing I’ve found in this show based from the novels by George R. R. Martin, is that there are way too many characters to keep track of from the start. As the series plays out, you start to get a handle on who everybody is and how they relate to each other. If you watch each episode just once through though, it can be hard to keep track of who the hell all of these people are (especially the second season!). So here’s an infographic to relieve those anxieties and embrace Game of Thrones in all of it’s complex character relationships, for winter is coming – March 31! There are 13 new characters, so bone up on the ones already introduced! [via]
p.s. sorry about the size, if you click on the via link you’ll find a much bigger picture of the infographic below. Also, SPOILERS if you haven’t seen the first two seasons of Game of Thrones!

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