Creative Accounting

A farmer sent three sons to college. On their return home, wishing to see how their college education had fitted them for business, he gave to his youngest son ten eggs, to the second son thirty eggs, and to the eldest son fifty eggs. He told them to take their eggs to the market to […]

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How Different Types of Scent Can Influence Emotions and Behavior

This is a guest post by Catherine Stewart. Fragrances have been around since time immemorial. History reveals that people during the Bronze Age are the first ones to try perfume making. It was also widely used by the elite Ancient Egyptians who distilled fragrances from lily and attar. Later on, the Mesopotamians created their own […]

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Tips and Facts of Choosing Top Quality Watercolor Tattoos

This is a guest post by Jack Louis. Tattoo art is not only a passion for many, but it’s also an artistic way of expression, a thought is depicted in the form of art on your skin. When it comes to vivid colors, the magnificent blending of colors in regenerating life into the art, you […]

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Which Man-Made Structures Around the World Have the Best Views?

This is a guest post by David Laing. If you’re looking to impress your Instagram followers then the following bucket list of man-made structures will give you some breath-taking views … and amazing photos! Grab your camera and passport, and start snapping… Eiffel Tower, Paris The Eiffel Tower has become a cultural icon and is […]

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Ambiguous Phonetics

I see this one on a newsgroup many years ago… “Information? I need the number of the Caseway Insurance Company.” “Would you spell that, please?” “Certainly. C as in sea. A as in aye. S as in sea. E as in eye. W as in why. A as in are. Y as in you.”

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Oops: A Taxing Error

While browsing the news archive of United Press International (UPI), I came across an article published on November 18, 1993, which contained an amusing blunder. The article was about Dewi Sukarno, widow of Indonesia’s first president, receiving compensation from the Indonesian government: The government said Thursday it has paid a $2.85 million to Dewi Sukarno, […]

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A Postcard That Traversed Time and Space

In 1948, a mother from Spiceland, Indiana sent a postcard to her son. It took 58 years before her son received it. However, it was not as straightforward, as the town’s postmaster had to purchase it on eBay. Judy Dishman, Spiceland’s postmaster, was browsing on eBay while on vacation when she saw a postcard that […]

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8-Step Process to Establish Your Business with WordPress Web Development

This is a guest post by Shailendra Girish Kadulkar. Online businesses are no more a new concept to discuss. There are already a great number of websites carrying out business activities with complete interest and remarkable progress. The fact that you’re surfing across the content indicates clearly that you have decided to leap through the […]

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