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Imagine you’re working in the garden and, all of a sudden, the
smallest little newborn squirrel you can imagine falls out. What would
you do? Would you even know what to do? That’s what happened to this
man, and his story is truly inspiring. We love people who love animals,
so he gets the ViralNova seal of approval! The amazing story is in the
pictures below. He named him Zip.
Minneapolis manager at Dairy Queen saw a woman pick up $20 dropped by a
visually-impaired man and refused to serve her until she returned it.
After she stormed out, he gave the man $20 from his own pocket.
You sit around all day playing Candy Crush and bitching on Twitter about
how Facebook sucks, so why not get paid a crapload of money while doing
NASA is recruiting volunteers to lie in bed for 70 days to research the effects of microgravity on the human body.
Volunteers will be able to have visitors and even have access to TV and the internet.
The first part of the study will take place for two weeks while you
loaf around, do normal stuff, and let scientists monitor you from time
After that, you'll spend the next 70 days in a tilted bed. There
you''ll have light for 16 hours a day, then darkness for eight hours a
You can shower but only in bed.
And, as noted above, you'll have access to computers, a TV, books,
and the internet. You'll also be allowed visitors. NASA will provide you
with food, but only enough to keep you at a constant weight.
Everything is done from your tilted bed, except for when scientists
monitor your bone, muscle, and circulation as well as keep tabs on your
immune system. There also will be some kind of workout routine called
"countermeasure and function testing," which monitors how movements
affect muscle size and cardio health.
Basically, the bed study is to help monitor the effects of
microgravity, which is the kind of gravity you find in space. This
minimal gravity has often made astronauts feel all wonky and crappy when
they return to Earth -- basically because of loss of bone density and
And since you use very little gravity already -- except for when you
go to the fridge to grab a beer and leftover chicken wings -- NASA
figures you'd be a good test subject.
Of course, it's not as easy as it sounds. It's 70 straight days of
lying in a bed with little to no activity. OH WHO ARE WE KIDDING THIS
AMERICA WE DO THIS SHIT FOR FREE.
The 70 days is followed by a 14-day period where your body is
rehabilitated and brought back to the shape you were in before the
Duck Dynasty fans
Here is a recipe for Camouflage Cupcakes.
Be sure to share to your page or tag yourself so you will have the recipe for future reference.
source: Crafty Mama
Start out with 2 box mixes, one chocolate, one white. Divide the batter into 4 bowls. 1. White batter. 2. White batter with green food coloring and a dash of chocolate batter. 3. Equal parts chocolate and white batter. 4. Chocolate batter.
Mix the different batters together until you get the colors you want. I
ended up with a lot more chocolate batter than the rest of the colors,
but I ended up making a few plain chocolate cupcakes to use it up. Line a cupcake tin with paper liners.
For the batter, you can either use spoons and dump little blobs of each
color into each wrapper, or you can get fancy and use pastry bags. I
chose to get fancy with bags. It makes filling the cupcakes tins a
little easier and a little less messy. Just drop a bunch of blobs in
each wrapper until they’re all about 3/4 of the way full. Bake
according to the directions on the box. Once the cupcakes are done baking, pop them out of the tins so they can start cooling.
Use this recipe for icing. 1. Diving the icing into 3 bowls. 2. Keep one batch white/ivory.
3. The other bowl you will add a little bit of green food coloring and a
little bit of cocoa powder until it’s the desired color. 4. The last bowl you will add cocoa powder until it’s the desired color brown. 5. For the fancy swirled icing, take 3 pastry bags. 6. Fill each bag with it’s own color of icing. 7. Take all 3 bags and put them into 1 larger bag with a start tip in it. Pipe a swirl onto the tops, and you’re done!
THIS IS SO SIMPLE! A family Favorite: APPLE PIE BITES 1 tube Crescent rolls 1 Slice apple per triangle 1 Tbsp. Melted Butter Cinnamon & sugar
Preheat Oven to 350˚
1. Roll out the dough on a greased cookie sheet, brush with butter and
sprinkle Brown Sugar and Cinnamon in individual pieces of dough. 2. Roll up an apple slice in the dough forming a crescent, brush with melted butter and top with cinnamon. Repeat for others. 3. Bake for 12-15 Mins at 350˚. 4. Remove from Oven, filling will be hot! Serve alone or with a dollop of Vanilla Ice Cream.