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Saturday, July 31, 2010

Did you know that cornmeal gets rid of ants?

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Hair conditioner is great to shave your legs? It's cheaper than shaving cream and leaves your legs really smooth. It's also a great way to use up the conditioner you bought but didn't like when you tried it in your hair.









that Apple Cider Vinegar gets rid of pesky fruit flies? Take a small glass, fill it 1/2' with Apple Cider Vinegar and 2 drops of dish washing liquid; mix well. You will find those flies drawn to the cup and gone forever!









that cornmeal gets rid of ants? Where ever you see ants sprinkle some cornmeal where you see ants. They eat it, take it 'home,' can't digest it so it kills them. It may take a week or so, especially if it rains, but it works and you don't have the worry about pets or small children being harmed!


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Did you know who was the first NCAA school to win men and womens basketball champioships in the same year?


Only two colleges have achieved the feat of winning a men and women basketball national championship the same year?


The first In 1984 was UCM, then Central Missouri State, UCM swept the Division II titles in 1984 UCM won the NCAA men's and women's basketball chapmionships.


In 2004, UConn became the second school ever, and the first in Division I, to win the men's NCAA National Championship and the women's basketball title in the same season. It was also the first school to ever have both teams ranked number 1 in the nation at the same time (during the 1994-95 season), and has also spent the most weeks by far with both teams holding the number one spot, with the Duke Blue Devils being the only other team ever to achieve the feat, for a short period during the 2003–2004 season.


Did you know this NCAA College Basketball Trivia?

Did you know what women team won 3 consecutive NCAA titles?


Did you know the University that won 7 national championships?

Did you know NCAA Teams went undefeated? 

Did you know the only NCAA College Basketball team to have  4 Undefeated Seasons?

Did you know who has won more NCAA college championships in women college ball?

Did you know what NCAA college basketball teams won men and women championships in the same year?

Did you know who is the winning est coach in NCAA college basketball history?

Did you know what teams made NCAA College basketball history in 2008?

Did you know what players won gold medal,  NCAA college basketball championship,  and NBA Championship? 

Did you know what players won high school championships, NCAA, Olypmic Gold Medals and a NBA  championship?

Did you know the Women  Huskies are the only woman's basketball program to have had every game in a season televised?

Did you know what team won more NCAA college championships in women college ball?

Did you know what NCAA college basketball teams have won men and women championships in the same year? 

Did you know who is the winning est coach in NCAA college basketball history?



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Did you know that Japan has the fastest Broadband?


Did you know thatJapan Broadband is the World's Fastest, Cheapest

Japan leads the world with the fastest and lowest unit cost for broadband, according to recent data from the OECD. Japan enjoys costs per megabit per second over four times lower than that of the US. Iceland cooled off in global broadband penetration rankings falling from third to sixth from Q4 200 to Q2 2007, while the US remained in 15th place overall.

Japan has the fastest broadband speeds and the lowest cost per megabit per second of all countries surveyed, according to recent data from the OECD (see Figures 1-3). Japan enjoys costs per megabit over four times lower than that of the US. Iceland fell three places from third to sixth in global broadband penetration from Q4 2006 to Q2 2007, while the US remained at 15th place (see Figure 4). Ireland led all countries in net growth of broadband penetration per 100 inhabitants (see Figure 5). Meanwhile, in the US broadband penetration grew to 85.91% among active Internet users, up 0.6 percentage points over September 2007.

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Japan, France, Korea, Sweden, and New Zealand led all countries surveyed in advertised broadband download speeds (see Figure 1). Japan led all countries with an advertised 93,693 Mbits per second speed, followed by France at 44,157 Mb/s, Korea at 43,301 Mb/s, Sweden 21,423 Mb/s, and New Zealand at 13,595 Mb/s broadband speed. The UK came in 12th at 10,624 Mb/s while the US came in at 14th at 8,860 Mb/sec.

oecd broadband speed by country october 2007

Figure 1: Broadband Speed by Country Oct. 2007
Source: OECD

Did you know that Finland, Germany, and Switzerland Lead all Countries in Broadband Prices?

Finland (31.2 equivalent USD), Germany (32.2), Switzerland (32.7), the UK (33.3), and Denmark (33.6) led all countries in the lowest average prices for broadband service (see Figure 2). The US came in 21st place at $53.1 USD for the average monthly broadband subscription fee. Mexico, Turkey, the Slovak Republic, and the Czech Republic came in with the highest average monthly rates topping out at nearly $89/month for broadband service.

oecd broadband average monthly price by country october 2007

Figure 2: Broadband Average Monthly Price by Country Oct. 2007
Source: OECD

Did you know that Japan Leads all Countries in Price per Megabit?

Japan led all countries surveyed in price per megabit per second at $3.09 equivalent US dollars (see Figure 3). France followed at $3.7, Italy at 4.6, the UK at 5.3, and Korea at about $6 per Mb/sec. The US was 11th at $12.6 per Mb/second. Greece, Mexico, and Turkey topped all countries in price per megabit, with Turkey at $97.4 per megabit/second.

oecd broadband price per megabit per second by country october  2007

Figure 3: Broadband Price per Mb/second by Country - Oct. 2007
Source: OECD

Iceland Cools off in Global Broadband Penetration Rankings

Our April 2007 Bandwidth Report listed Iceland at third place at 29.7 broadband subscribers per 100 inhabitants. While Iceland crept up to 29.8 broadband subscribers per 100 inhabitants, Switzerland, Korea, and Norway moved ahead of Iceland, behind Denmark and the Netherlands (see Figure 4).

oecd broadband penetration versus gdp q2-2007

Figure 4: Broadband Penetration per 100 Inhabitants Q2-2007
Source: OECD

Did you know that Ireland Leads all Countries in Broadband Growth?

Ireland, Germany, Sweden, and Australia led all countries in broadband growth from Q2 2006 to Q2 2007 (see Figure 5). The US (4.21) and the UK (4.52) were above the OECD average of 3.68 additional subscribers per 100 inhabitants over that one year period. Japan, Turkey, Portugal, Hungary, and Mexico came in last in broadband growth from Q2 2007 to Q2 2007.

oecd broadband penetration net increase q2-2006-q2-2007

Figure 5: Broadband Penetration Per 100 Inhabitants Net Increase Q2 2006-Q2 2007
Source: OECD

Did you know that US Leads all Countries in Broadband Subscribers?

The US led all countries surveyed with over 66.2 million subscribers on broadband as of June 2007 (see Figure 6). Japan had less than half the broadband subscribers of the US with 27.2 million on broadband, followed by Germany at 17.5 million, Korea at 14.4 million, and the UK at 14.4 million subscribers.

oecd broadband subscribers by country q2-2007


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Did you know what is the longest suspension bridge in the world?

Akashi-Kaiky├┤ Bridge
Also known as the Pearl Bridge, this structure spans the strait between the islands of Honshu and Awaji in Japan. Upon its opening in 1998, the Pearl Bridge became the longest suspension bridge in the world.the Akashi Kaiko Bridge stretches 12,828 feet across the Akashi Strait to link the city of Kobe with Awaji-shima Island. It would take four Brooklyn Bridges to span the same distance! The Akashi Kaikyo Bridge isn't just long -- it's also extremely tall. Its two towers, at 928 feet, soar higher than any other bridge towers in the world.







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