Welcome to my humble internet abode.
Juggling our busy day-to-day lives, we need information fast.
Lucky for you, I am a sponge.
I retain small bits of random things throughout my life that sometimes come in handy!
Which you will see here.
On the other hand(y), [hehe] I sometimes retain some of the most useless information known to mankind. Hence, the birth of the Featured Five post!
You win some! You lose some!
1.) Did you know, that on average, a woman’s heart beats faster than a man’s? (It’s because women have smaller hearts and they have to make up for it) They may be smaller, but they beat faster. Hah!
2.) CVS, Rite Aid, Target, and Walmart have blocked Apple Pay because they’re working on a similar system of their own. (Sorry Apple users)
3.) The biggest El Clásico game has ended with Real Madrid defeating FC Barcelona 3-1. I could go on and on about this game. I haven’t had enough time to watch as many games anymore, but I couldn’t miss this one! My sentiment for these teams are divided. There are players on both teams I can not leave out (Pique, Neymar, Iniesta, James, Messi.. why don’t I just name the whole team). But for this game Mascherano was my man. If it wasn’t for him, I would have had to criticize Pique A LOT MORE than I am right now. Thankfully, it was a fun game to watch.
4.) The beloved (FORMERLY discontinued) Honda S2000 will be making a comeback in 2017. If anyone would like to start a S2000 fund, count me in!
5.) Oct 27th was Jonas Salk’s 100th birthday. For those of you who don’t know, he was the man who invented the Polio vaccine. One of my old elementary school teachers had Polio and so Salk is no stranger to me. Happy 100th Birthday! Interesting Fact: He is also famous for not patenting this vaccine.
This Featured Five post was more of a random post to give you a general idea of what I am going to focus on, which is pretty much….. everything. I may choose lip products one day and soccer players another. But, you can count on, well, you can count on something being here.
And for now, that has to be enough.