As the year 2010 comes to an end, we invite you to take a look back at some of the most important moments and events that have happened around the globe. The past 365 days have been eventful, so here’s a reminder of what you may have missed.
I’m no huge Star Wars geek…although I did enjoy Episodes 4, 5 and 6, I could never get back in the prequels. Something about the whole Jar Jar thing…it was a little too much for me. But I’m sure there are plenty of you out there that love them all. Well okay, maybe no one loves Episode 1, and I don’t blame you.
Anyways…there are a lot of questions we’d like Mr. Lucas to answer, and hardly any are related to his fabled franchise. To see the full list head over here and read all about them. And maybe add a few of your own.
It’s good to see that they’d like their workforce to get some much needed rest and relaxation at home with their families for the holidays…oh wait, never mind. Looks like they’ll all be in the store. Here’s to hoping they have accommodations for all the friends and families of their employees so that they can invite them in, seeing as that’s the only way they’ll be able to “celebrate the Holidays” with them.
I’m a little kid at heart and what better way to feel young again than sit down and watch an awesome cartoon. And who does them better recently than Pixar. Check out this great compilation of all the wonderful films they’ve produced. There really has not been a bad Pixar film and this just proves it. Plus the songs by The XX, Louis Armstrong, The Verve, Peter Gabriel and Randy Newman are all awesome.
With all the recent snow storms, what better way to use all the white stuff then to build yourself an awesome snow fort. Not only does it give you hours of fun but then you’ll have a great place to drink your Molson’s.
Built by Metaxis and his buddies, this awesome creation must have taken quite awhile to build. But I’m sure it was well worth the effort. He had this to say about building it:
We filled up plastic boxes with snow. Packing it down by standing on it, once they were full we turned them over and shook out the “bricks”.
Not only does this brilliant invention of Gary’s tell you the weather, it will also inform you if there is an ongoing earthquake or tornado. The great thing about this is that it can be placed on your deck or patio and viewed from the comfort and warmth of your living room or kitchen through the window. What with all the crazy weather we’ve been having lately, this precision tool will come in quite handy this winter.
Check out this awesome experiment from Scientific Tuesdays. I love playing with my food and this is certainly a fun way to do it. I’ve tried it and it’s awesome. I reccomend you head down to your local market, pick up these simple items and have a go at it. You won’t be dissappointed.
Just in case you didn’t get that…I believe it’s 954-4495. Now you only have about 300 area codes to try. Shoot this ingenious “marketing” if you ask me. I know it makes me what to call Sheniqua for sure.