Swimming butterfly is hard, and uses up a lot of strength to finish, and the 200 is the most brutal (because it’s the longest). Here’s the stuff I learned trying to master the 200 fly:
Learning new languages is awesome, it allows you to communicate with more people, allowing you to get a better understanding of the whole world. But I really don’t like the way schools teach new languages.
My future career was very clear to me when I was very young, to become a police officer. You seemed to hold a lot of respect, take out the bad guys, and wear awesome hats.
When I go outside of my house, I always bring my watch. I don’t know why I do it, but I still do it. So when people see you wearing a watch, they will –
Are heavily populated areas are good and bad, but depends on each person to add weight to the arguements Living in a populated area may seem like a bad idea, with all the traffic, tight
Ah… Future City…. and the annoying, frustrating model. The model is my least favorite thing to do because of the time required to build the model. Sure, the virtual city usually takes upwards to
I recently read something cool things to do with words, like calculating words that are a ‘worth’ a dollar. Substitute the letters for numbers (a = 1, b = 2, c = 3… and so
Now now is a great siri alternative for a jailbroken device. It is just an activation toggle to open Google Search (Which could be done with just activator, Now now just simplifies the process even
So I saw a friend playing a zombie game, as usual, a first person shooter where every zombie spawns new ammo boxes (yes!) and more gold to buy weapons that are conveniently located on wall.
I was first introduced to the 3×3 Rubik’s Cube when I was in 6th grade, and it interested me greatly. I was puzzled on how complicated the cube seemed, yet the speed at which one