I found an eBay auction last night. Someone was selling a cheeto that they claim looks like Harambe. I continued to watch the auction for the next 5 hours, until it finally ended around 10:30 PM (Chicago). After 78 bids, the cheeto sold for $99,900.00. I looked around, and found that another Harambe shaped cheeto… Continue reading “Harambe Cheeto Sells for $99,900.00”
Yesterday, while riding my bicycle to the grocery store, I got hit by a driver that wasn’t paying attention. She was coming out of the bank’s parking lot, and didn’t stop. I ran into the driver’s side door, and my bike slid down the side of her car. The lady continued to drive off, without… Continue reading “Bicycle Accident”
Did President Trump’s press secretary tweet his password? On two different occasions, during the last few days, Sean Spicer has tweeted a random string of characters, which looks very similar to a password. What do you think? Is Spicer giving us his passwords, or is something a little more mysterious going on… Maybe it’s a… Continue reading “Sean Spicer Tweets Password?”
Today, I have another brain teaser for you to figure out. This has been floating around the Internet for some time. Take a look at it, and see if you can solve it. In a few days, I will post back, and discuss the answer.
This brain teaser is more of a critical thinking question, than a math question. You might have seen it floating around the Internet in various places. Every time I’ve seen this problem posted, there’s always a heated debate as to the correct answer… Well, it’s time to solve this problem, once and for all, but… Continue reading “Genius Math”
Since I joined an anxiety support group a few weeks ago, I have learned that anxiety affects all types of people. My ignorance led me to believe that it was mainly an American problem, however, I’ve learned that it affects many types of people, from many different cultures. I see people from all over the… Continue reading “Anxiety Affects All”
The speed of light is 299,792,458 Meters per second. What is the speed of darkness?
Computer programming is a process that leads from an original formulation of a computing problem to executable computer programs. Programming involves activities such as analysis, developing understanding, generating algorithms, verification of requirements of algorithms including their correctness and resources consumption, and implementation of algorithms in a target programming language. The purpose of programming is to… Continue reading “Computer Programming”
Now You’re Playing with Power… Again. The nostalgic console is back! Nintendo ran an old school advertisement on their YouTube channel, on July 21st, 2016, promoting their newest “console,” the NES Classic Edition. It won’t technically be a full console, it will, however, resemble the original Nintendo Entertainment System. The chamber lid doesn’t actually open,… Continue reading “NES Classic Edition”
In 1996, a 19-year-old man was arrested, and charged with murder. Although, the man claimed he was innocent, he was convicted of the crime, and sentenced to 25 years in prison. In 2006, after serving ten years of his sentence, a man came forward with an incredible story, that he, in fact, was the person… Continue reading “Jail Pass”