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Ferret Facts January 6, 2008

Let’s have a couple of ferret facts, or, if you want to be more specific, ferret care facts for those of you who are interested in how to care for ferrets or its variation how to care for a ferret.First of all, do you know how to build a ferret cage, I mean, how to make a ferret cage? You have to use wood for that. Lotsa wood. Don’t use glue because it won’t stick. You have to add the wood togather somehow. Well, anyway, it’s hard. Better buy one…Once we have gotten that outta the way, let’s move on. We have to find out how to get fleas off of ferrets. My best suggestion for getting fleas off of ferrets would be this… USE SHAMPOO!  Of course, not any shampoo, lol. Use ferret shampoo that you can get in stores.Finally, let’s settle on something. This is a big one…  How to make a ferret hamock… sorry, how to make a ferret hammock. Ideally, you have to use a rope and some matter. But, as a matter of fact, it should not be a matter of fact. It should be a matter of matter. You use something to stick it with the rope and voila. No, I’m kidding. A tutorial could be released (especially if somebody is interested – write in comments). Actually, for now you should settle on a ferret hammock you bought.So,  we have ferret care, ferret cage, ferret fleas and ferret hammock. When will you stop caring about ferrets? To find out how much you know about ferrets anyway, check out this ferret quiz

 

Car Screensavers January 1, 2008

Filed under: Screensavers — eo @ 8:11 pm
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Here, I was asked by myself to post about this Car Screensavers site.

If you are looking for car screensavers (car such as F1 Cars, ferrari gt, porsche and a couple more) you might be interested in downloading free screensavers from this car screensavers resource.

 

Rosetta Stone Arabic review December 28, 2007

Filed under: Reviews — eo @ 8:58 pm

I have a Rosetta Stone CD with approximately 20 languages and I have tried taking Rosetta Stone Arabic too. Let’s give a short Rosetta Stone Arabic review.

First of all, the method shows you pictures, like a cat and a dog, plays a sound and makes you repeatedly guess which picture corresponds to which sound (which word). You cram the words into your head like that. Then it goes on adding more complex structures, like saying “a child with a cat” in Arabic and making you guess which picture coresponds to this. Then, again, it goes on, and for example, you have 4 maps showing different parts of the world. Then, an Arabic sound goes “This area shows Asia” and you have to guess which of the 4 maps it is. This means, you have to understand what it says. And step by step you do understand it.

Did I personally like it? Not very much. Can it be useful? Sure.

I wasn’t able to find any better options for learning Arabic yet. So, Rosetta Stone Arabic is a good choice. It’s not for everyone, though, so my judgement is – try Rosetta Stone Arabic and get a refund if you don’t like it.


 

Rosetta Stone learning greek November 23, 2007

Rosetta Stone learning Greek is a phrase I coined from the search results of the Rosetta Stone course.

I have tried Rosetta Stone and I found them a) instruing b) boring. So, no bullshit, you might like it or might not like it. I say you try it.

Rosetta Stone learning Greek costs about $300 so it’s a bit expensive but I think you may get a refund if you don’t like it. Perhaps, you will like it. It’s not like there is another option for learning greek.


 

Some scavenger hunt November 21, 2007

Filed under: Games — eo @ 9:03 pm
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I was at this party with a couple of my friends night and we got bored so my mate goes.

– J’en ai marre.

My other copin is like “wtf'” whilet I go “va te faire…” while another guy kicks in, we chit-chat and he talks about how he played scavenger hunt party game in some party the other week and told me how cool it was. So I thought I would Google for scavenger hunt ideas and eventually I liked the advice so I bought the scavenger hunt ideas book they would recommend (it’s not up there yet as lf the time of writing this so I got back to the author to ask for it).

Very cool, it’s not like we are going to have boring parties anymore. Well, at least for a few more parties in the future anyway.

 

Origami November 9, 2007

Origami is a Japanese art of folding of paper if you haven’t known that.

Now that you do, if you want to learn origami, go to this Origami videos instructions site.

Then you can fold origami and you must be thankful to me.

 

Quotes from the Pleasantvile movie August 26, 2007

Filed under: Movies — eo @ 11:12 am

Bill Johnson: …Don’t you think?
David: I think you should try not to think about that anymore.

From imdb.com.

This makes no sense, by the way.