Submitted by ValentinaVillacis on Wed, 12/05/2012 - 03:54
There's a device that tries to replicate the way a cigarette stick works, and it's called the e cigaret. It is powered with the help of a rechargeable battery, producing vapor. Depending on the user's preference, this vapor may or may not contain nicotine. Nowadays, many are into using this electronic device. The following are some reasons as to why.
Submitted by chrisgaynor on Sun, 12/02/2012 - 14:40
Submitted by BriannaDupuy on Thu, 11/29/2012 - 05:57
One of the clothing staples found in almost every cupboard around the globe is a garment made of cotton. Other fibers are also used, but this the most popular. The name of this garment originated from the shape that it has when hanging on the body. Firstly it was worn as an undergarment on the top half of the body, where after it was worn on its own. In the early 1950s, people in Florida started decorating their garments. This trend became popular among resorts and amusement parks. This is how t-shirt printing was born.
Submitted by RonRoss on Wed, 11/28/2012 - 19:08
Isn’t everyone’s favorite Christmas carol “Silent Night”? When we sing it we always use that soft breathy voice that indicates we understand and enjoy the beauty of silence. A few seconds after the “Amen” we’re back to the reality of the noisy world we live in.
Look, no listen to all the noise we hear every day.
- We get up in the morning and immediately turn on the TV or radio.
- Even the shortest journey in our car is accompanied with the noise of a high-end automotive sound system.
Submitted by B0mbadil on Wed, 11/28/2012 - 15:34
Submitted by RudolphCanney on Fri, 11/23/2012 - 06:13
The Whistleblower Act is a set of laws that are enforced by various government agencies. Since the laws have been implemented, many people received benefits from them. The main purpose is protecting employees from retaliation. There are two types of regulations, as one is federal and the other can refer to specific states.
Submitted by dchaitanya on Thu, 11/22/2012 - 04:46
A great South Indian Poet ‘Karunasree’ Jandhyala Pappayya Sastry esq., one fine day morning went to garden to get flowers to offer them to God. When he tried to cut some flowers – the flowers started weeping and questioned with pitiable voice ‘do you cut our throats’. Then the Poet’s heart got watered down and his mind disturbed on looking at the weeping flowers. At those moments great poetry ‘Pushpa Vilapam’ (Agony of weeping Flowers) begotten from the pen of ‘Karunasree’ in Telugu language.
The flowers questioned the Poet:-
Submitted by RonRoss on Tue, 11/20/2012 - 03:23
Your life, like mine, is a series of interwoven relationships. Some are (were) wonderful, life-giving experiences and some are (were) absolutely horrible, but all worked together to make us who we are today.
Submitted by dchaitanya on Thu, 11/15/2012 - 01:30
The ‘Seven Divine Hills’ known as Tirumalai Hills, in the South Indian State of Andha Pradesh are the abode of Lord Sri Vemkateswara Swamy, (‘Vem’ means Sins, ‘Kata’ means destroyer, and ‘Eswara’ means God) the richest temple of the world, visited by not less than 50,000 piligrims every day and on holidays the number would exceed 100,000.
Submitted by HUGHGarney on Wed, 11/14/2012 - 20:04
Many people use California landscape photography for making pictures that represent nature. Even if people could be part of an image, the primary focusing is not on them. For becoming experts in the field people may have to attend specific art courses. There are three particular picture styles: abstract, impressionistic and representational.