Top 10 Song on REFRESH Death Spiral

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Most played songs in my car – AUGUST

Leagues – Alone Together

Future Islands (LIVE) – Seasons

Waterboys – Whole of the Moon

Felix Cartal – Get What You Give

Kygo & Ellie Goulding – First Time

Imagine Dragons – Shots

Deep Dish – Say Hello

Solo guitar Extender Purple Rain

Hall & Oates- Out Of Touch

M.I.A. – Paper Planes

BET you DID NOT know!!

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It is impossible to lick your elbow.

Between 1937 and 1945 Heinz produced a version of Alphabetic Spaghetti especially for the German market that consisted solely of little pasta swastikas.

More than 50% of the people in the world have never made or received a telephone call.

Rats and horses can’t vomit.

The “sixth sick sheik’s sixth sheep’s sick” is said to be the toughest tongue twister in the English language.

If you sneeze too hard, you can fracture a rib.

If you try to suppress a sneeze, you can rupture a blood vessel in your head or neck and die.

If you keep your eyes open by force, they will pop out.

It is physically impossible for pigs to look up into the sky.

Rats multiply so quickly that in 18 months, two rats could have over a million descendants.

Wearing headphones for just an hour will increase the bacteria in your ear by 700 times.

If the government has no knowledge of aliens, then why does Title 14, Section 1211 of the Code of Federal Regulations, implemented on July 16, 1969, make it illegal for U.S. citizens to have any contact with extraterrestrials or their vehicles?

In every episode of Seinfeld there is a Superman somewhere.

Thirty-five percent of the people who use personal ads for dating are already married.

A duck’s quack doesn’t echo, and no one knows why.

23% of all photocopier faults worldwide are caused by people sitting on them and photocopying their buttocks.

In the course of an average lifetime you will, while sleeping, eat 70 assorted insects and 10 spiders.

Most lipstick contains fish scales.

Cat’s urine glows under a black-light.

Like fingerprints, everyone’s tongue print is different.

AWARDS EARNED by All Cleveland Browns 2016 NFL Picks (1 thru 14) | VIDEOS

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Round 1:
Pick 15: Corey Coleman played at Baylor University. The wide receiver was a two-time All-American and won the 2015 Biletnikoff Award, which is given to the top receiver in college football. Coleman set the school record with four touchdown receptions in a single game.

Round 2:
Pick 32: Emmanuel Ogbah played at Oklahoma State. The defensive lineman moved from Nigeria with his family when he was 9, and was the Big 12 Co-Defensive Player of the Year last season.

Round 3:

Pick 65: Carl Nassib played at Penn State. The defensive tackle set the Penn State season record with 15.5 sacks and the first Nittany Lion to win 3 national awards since Larry Johnson in 2002. Penn State defensive end Carl Nassib won the Lombardi Award (top lineman), capping a meteoric rise of a college career that began as a walk-on, and ended with a trophy named for a coach who espoused the traits college walk-ons can’t do without: effort, determination, resilience.

Round 3:
Pick 76: Shon Coleman. The James Owens Courage Award was created in 2012 to honor the legacy of James Owens, who was broke the color barrier on the football field at Auburn in 1969. The award is presented annually to a current or former Auburn football player who has displayed courage in the face of adversity, distinguishing himself while contributing to the betterment of Auburn University.

Round 3:
Pick 93: Cody Kessler played at USC. Quarterback Cody Kessler repeated as a one of five finalists for the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award, presented to the nation’s top quarterback who is a senior or fourth-year junior. Kessler, who also was a finalist for the award in 2014, joins TCU’s Trevone Boykin, Michigan State’s Connor Cook, Memphis’ Paxton Lynch and Mississippi State’s Dak Prescott as 2015 finalists.

Round 4:
Pick 99: Joe Schobert played at Wisconsin. Schobert played college football at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he won the Jack Lambert Trophy in 2015 as the nation’s best linebacker.

Round 4:
Pick 114: Ricardo Louis played at Auburn University. The wide receiver caught a tipped pass for a touchdown to beat Georgia and help Auburn reach the BCS Championship Game in 2013. Auburn wide receiver Ricardo Louis led the National team in catches in the 2016 NFLPA Collegiate Bowl in Carson, Calif.

Round 4:
Pick 129: Derrick Kindred played at TCU. The defensive back was a 3-year starter and returned 2 of his career 6 interceptions for touchdowns. New Cleveland Browns safety Derrick Kindred did something last season that seems to defy belief: Prior to TCU’s bowl game, Kindred told the media the played the entire season with a broken left collarbone.

Round 4:
Pick 138: Seth DeValve played at Princeton. The tight end finished his career ranked 10th all-time at Princeton in receptions and 13th in receiving yards. DeValve (6-4, 245) earned the team’s Rogerson Award for Spirit and Inspiration.

Round 5:
Pick 154: Jordan Payton played at UCLA. The wide receiver finished with the Bruins as a record-holder for career receptions, grabbing 201 passes. Twice he has earned all-conference honorable mention in the Pac-12, and he became the Bruins career leader in receptions as a senior in 2015. Payton made the preseason watch list for the Fred Biletnikoff Award, given annually to the nation’s top receiver. Tied the single-game school record with 14 receptions, set originally by J. J. Stokes, for 152 yards. Payton also became UCLA’s first player since Nelson Rosario in 2011 to reach 1,000 yards in a season.

Round 5:
Pick 186: Spencer Drango played at Baylor University. The offensive tackle was a 2014 consensus and 2015 unanimous All-American. In his senior year, Drango had the highest pass-blocking efficiency in college football according to Pro Football Focus. He allowed only three quarterback hurries, and just a single QB hit—against Oklahoma State defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah—all season, giving him a nation-leading 99.2 pass blocking efficiency.

Round 5:
Pick 172: Rashard Higgins played at Colorado State. The wide receiver is the school’s all-time leader in receptions, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns. 2015 MW Preseason Offensive Player of the Year. Finalist, 2014 Biletnikoff Award. Led nation in receiving yards (1,750) and receiving touchdowns (17) in 2014. Ranked first in nation in yards-per-catch (18.2) among players with 65+ receptions. Has 12 career games with 100 or more yards. In just two seasons has caught 164 passes for 2,587 yards and 23 touchdowns. Named 2014 Male College Athlete of the Year by Colorado State Hall of Fame.

Round 5:

Pick 173: Trey Caldwell played at University of Louisiana-Monroe. The defensive back started in 10 games last season and finished with 42 tackles, 31 solo and 11 assisted. Caldwell was the first player taken at cornerback.

Round 7:
Pick 223: Scooby Wright III played at Arizona. The linebacker won the Bronko Nagurski Trophy, Rotary Lombardi Award and Chuck Bednarik Award last season. Bednarik Award (Nation’s top defensive player). Nagurski Award (Nation’s top defensive player). 9th place – Heisman Trophy voting. Walter Camp Award Finalist (National Player of the Year). Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year

5 Awesome Grooming and Man Tips

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Five Ways to Dress Up Jeans | How to Dress Up Your Jeans | Men’s Style Tips

How To Remove Yellow Armpit Stains (Quick, Easy and Cheap)

Facial Hair Grooming Tips: Beard Grooming and Designer Stubble

Raw Denim 101: A Beginners Guide to Understanding Raw Denim


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Longest non-stop flights in the world

How to Get a Six Pack

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A collection of videos that will help achieve your goal to get a 4pack (eventually add two more and make it six)

Standard Mountain Climber
This is the basic motion of all the variations. You begin with a push up position, then you need to bring your knees toward your chest. You should keep the straight posture of your lower back during the motion, and bring as forward your knees as possible.

Diagonal Climber
This is very similar to the regular one, but you bring your knees towards your opposite elbows. The more forward you bring your knees the, more effective this abdominal exercise is. It is great for strengthening and burning fat on hips and obliques.

Spider Climber
Some position, but now you bring your feet next to your hands. To get the best results get your feet as forward as possible and stretch your leg while it is at the back position.

Cross Body Version
It starts with the regular climber exercise, but you bring your knees to opposite elbow.

Watch all the World Cup Films 1966 – 2010

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1966 FIFA World Cup Film: GOAL!

1970 FIFA World Cup Film – The World at their Feet (Not in English)

1974 FIFA World Cup Film

1978 FIFA World Cup Film

1982 FIFA World Cup Film – Gole

1986 FIFA World Cup Film – HERO

1990 BBC World Cup Film

1994 World Cup Film – Two Billion Hearts

1998 World Cup Film – La Coupe de la Gloire

2002 World Cup Film – Seven Games from Glory

2006 World Cup Film -The Grand Finale

FIFA World Cup 2010 – All Matches – Highlights (No official movie on YT)

The Flight Path Using Occum’s Razor Theory | March 17th 2014

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I am going to use Occum’s Razor theory to explain the flight path. All I am going to do is line up dots based on simple facts to form a straight line.

The Flight Plan – The aircraft went towards Andamans > Turned North towards Bay of Bengal > Dashed through little bit of India onto the Himalayas > Turned left to get lost over the mountains and Nepal > onto Afgan (least as a gateway)

Facts Right Before Take Off

  • We know that the crew did not report amount of fuel to control tower.
    This is very odd as all commercial flight crews communicate fuel to tower. Since this is odd, we can assume they had more fuel than we think. If so, this gives them extra umph for what they have planned.

  • Waypoints were all programmed before takeoff. According to cnn reports, the waypoints were programmed beforehand. (I will come to that in a bit)

    Route Right After Takeoff and the Last Ping

  • We know the plane made a turn and headed towards Indian Ocean/Bay of Bengal.
  • We have seen that red arc (based out of that last ping) north and south on TV. That’s around where the last ping was picked up. So based on that North – South ping, let’s see where it could have gone. There are no rouge nations closeby in the south. In the north, lots of options. So, we pick a great rouge nation Afghanistan. Or at least, that’s the gateway.

    Afghanistan as a gateway. How they could get there with least resistance.

  • That Andaman and Nicobar area has the least coverage in terms of radar in that region. They can fly towards those islands unnoticed.
  • Then head north towards Bay of Bengal and India. India has military radar but only turned ON on a need to know basis. Bay of Bengal area is not where India feels threatened by the pilots take the path of least resistance.
  • Once in Indian airspace near Kolkata/Bangladesh, make a dash for the mountains (Himalayas). Its only a 45 min flight from where sea meets the land in Bay of Bengal to the foothills of the Himalayas. Does Nepal even have military radar?! I doubt it..

    Once you hit the mountains, make a left, fly low and stay as lost as possible. Make your way around the peaks, heading North-West following the mountain range towards Afghanistan. Its a long ride but they had that extra gas to push its way and umph through.

    Is it that easy to fly so long and low through the Himalayas, ah?

    Yes. That explains the flight simulator at home. It was probably there so they could plot ways through the peaks. Remember, waypoints were programmed prior to departure (or so I heard on cnn). So, there you go, I bet it was a complicated run. They would have practiced this for months. And with that extra fuel, wouldn’t have been a problem.
    Also, this is March..monsoons are a long ways off. In fact, March is the best time to visit the hill stations (weather wise).

  • As for Pakistan’s radar. Remember US choppers flew all across the country to get to Bin Laden and no one even knew. Sure they were stealth choppers etc but still. Its a rouge country guys – Bin Ladin lived right next to the army base for years. I am sure you can pay a few guys off to look away from that radar screen for a bit.
  • Now, Afghanistan does not have any radar to track this plane. They arrive and land on a strip.

    Important Consideration

    Listen, let me tell you something, that entire route..Bay of Bengal and thru that huge mountain range – that whole area is not like the west. They are not going to be in a panic beast mode to keep track of all this. Its a laid back place with limited resources and technology. You must keep in mind of the way of life in that region


  • If you take this route – one mistake and you crash in the mountains. You’ll probably never be found.
  • If this was such a well planned and executed hijacking, I think this group may have enough resources to make a landing strip for the jet to land and then cover it up with scrubs. Just saying.

    May God Bless the souls onboard and may there be home soon or in a better place

  • Aviation mysteries. Long history of plane disappearances

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    The 727 that Vanished

    Eleven years ago, a Boeing 727 vanished in the Angolan capital of Luanda.

    The plane took off from the Quatro de Fevereiro International Airport on May 25, 2003, headed for Burkina Faso. It departed with its lights off and a dysfunctional transponder. There are conflicting reports on the number of people in the company jet, but flight engineer Ben Charles Padilla is believed to be one of them. Some reports say he was alone, while others say three people were aboard.

    The plane has not been heard from since. Its whereabouts are unknown to this day.

    1947: British Stardust

    Sixty-seven years ago, a British aircraft vanished in the Argentine Andes after takeoff from Buenos Aires, headed to Chile. After searches for the plane named Stardust turned up nothing for more than 50 years, conspiracy theorists jumped into action. But theories of aliens, among others, were invalidated in 2000, when the wreckage of the plane was found buried deep in a glacier.

    Stardust’s final Morse code transmission was the word “STENDEC.” Decades later, the meaning of the word remains a mystery.

    1945: Flight 19 Navy bombers

    Flight 19 does not refer to a single plane, but to five Navy bombers that disappeared off the Florida coast on December 5, 1945.

    A flight instructor flew one plane, and qualified pilots with 350 to 400 hours of flight time were in the others, according to the Naval History and Heritage Command. Radio transmissions indicated that the instructor got lost when compasses malfunctioned. Radio contact was lost before the exact problem was determined, and no traces of the planes were ever found.

    Adding to the mystery, a search aircraft sent to look for Flight 19 also disappeared. The patrol plane, which took off later that day, has not been seen or heard from since.

    Flight 19 was reported in the area informally known as the Bermuda Triangle.

    1999: EgyptAir Flight 990

    Fifteen years ago, EgyptAir Flight 990 made a rapid descent, plunging almost 14,000 feet in 36 seconds.

    The 767 jet, en route to Cairo from New York City, crashed into the Atlantic Ocean off the Massachusetts coast. Though its debris was later found, speculation remains on the cause of the October 1999 crash that killed all 217 people aboard.

    Theories included a possible suicide by the pilot or co-pilot, complete with tales of a chaotic struggle for controls in the cockpit. Egypt said it was a mechanical failure.

    What Happened to Malaysian Airline Missing Flight | Using Occams’s Razor Theory | March 15th.

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    I believe in gathering information, filtering out emotion, applying common sense and start drawing straight line made up of dots. Any dot that does not fall in line means that line is not straight. Then apply Occam’s razor theory. Occam’s razor states “states that one should proceed to simpler theories until simplicity can be traded for greater explanatory power…”.

    Let’s see where we are at applying Occam’s razor, as of March 15th.

  • Malaysia is a very politically unstable country. Which means there isn’t much accountability.
  • The terrorists were well networked and funded. They choose Malaysia because of convenience and network. It had nothing to do with this airline, just the location. Soft target.
  • This was very well planned and funded and involved were not only crew but ground staff
  • According to findings, this aircraft did not fly previous day but the Flight*** was carried by another aircraft. The flight itself wasn’t cancelled but this aircraft was cancelled and sat on the ground for 24 extra hours. That gave it 24 more extra hours on the ground.
  • Its reported some of the mechanics are missing (I will come to that shortly)
  • Flight takes off dead of night 12am. Red eye flight (nothing terribly important but if you’re paying attention to detail maybe it is ..tired souls)
  • Aircraft lost touch exactly where Malaysian ATC stops (tracking) and Viet starts (tracking). If there was a perfect place to make the plane vanish that was it.
  • Worth a note, the pilots can depressurize the cabin from the cockpit. Cockpit has more oxygen supply – so the crew would be able to function as normal with the cabin depressurized. PAX may/would pass out.
  • That was followed by ACARS being turned off. There are two sets of ACARS on this aircraft, one that can be turned off fairly easily but the other below the galley and not easy. This is where the role of the mechanics come up. Pilot/s flew the plane while the rest of the team worked on pulling those ACARS breakers. And, one would imagine they would have some weapons. Maybe that extra 24 hours on the ground gave it some time to sneak in weapons, maybe.
  • The SATCOM (which talks to ground with engine behavior) was is in the E/E bay and left on. That’s where those pings came from, 4-5 hours past the transponder and ACARS being switched off. (Maybe – going by this – the SATCOM must have been on till the plane crashed or landed. One would presume this was sensitive information (location) which might have been semi-leaked.
  • Since ground crew may have been involved, It’s entirely possible that fuel may have been topped off. So, they may have a full tank of gas or more than we think.
  • The guys with stolen passports were probably just crooks. This is a red herring. They probably had no role in this. Remember, 9/11 hijackers had no false passports.
  • For flights over water must have special rafts and other emergency equipment to be fitted with emergency beacons that go off upon impact and when used. No beacon was ever received. No beacons = No crash/impact or raft inflation.
  • The aircraft so far is fully serviceable. Now, Where are they going?
  • A number of places. If it’s well funded then one would imagine they can open up/build a rudimentary landing strip OR goto an abandoned World War II airport/strip any of the islands on Indian Ocean.
  • It can go head towards any rouge nation. Pakistan, Yemen, Somalia…to name a few
  • Cell phone towers in that area would have to be taken down to prevent any PAX making calls. But, that should be an easy solution by taking the towers down.
  • Also, worth a note – when asked repeatedly by family members if military grade radar picked up plane data, one of the officials at the briefing said that military was assisting at a high level and “now is not the time” to reveal it.

    Dots all add up to very well organized and funded hijacking …you can come to your own conclusion and add to these dots. Its a great disservice from Malaysian authorities not to disclose more information leading up till now.

    Footnote/Speculation on claim. Why has no one heard from the hijackers?:
    1). Part of the deal in negotiations is not to let the public/media disclose their location OR one cannot storm the plane with the risk of loss of lives on LIVE TV.
    2). Their mission is not completed thus no need to take claim yet (as of March 14th, 2014).

    Rohan Ghosh – YouTube
    I am an avid aviation enthusiast and keen to do my bit to help those poor pax.
    May good things happen and nobody dies when all said and done. God Bless.