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Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Did you know How To Block Your Cell Phone Number from Caller ID?

how to block phone numbers Did you know that there is a way that you can block your cell phone number
from showing up on other people's caller IDs?

Did you know that you have two options: you can permanently block your phone number or you can block your number on a call by call basis? There's no need for an expensive cell phone blocker or other cell phone blocking devices - this is an easy, affordable process.

Simply dial *67.
Did you know if you're trying to figure out who's calling you from an unlisted cell phone, that you can check out Reverse Phone Detective?


Did you know that you can Block your Cell Phone Number Permanently:
 
Did you know that you can request a "line block" from your cell phone carrier?
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  1. To do this you simply need to call the customer service for your specific provider and they can block your number. When you do this your number will never show up to anyone.
  2. To call your wireless customer service to block your cell phone number, just dial 611 from your cell phone and you will reach them.
  3. If there is a situation where you want your number to show up, you will still have an option. When you have a permanent block on your cell phone number you will need to dial *82 before dialing the number you are calling. When you do this your phone number will show up just once for that specific call. Ex: *82 (555) 555-5555.
Did you know that you or anybody else can look up unknown cell phone numbers online? Here are two top sites for looking up cell phone numbers:
Did you know that you can Block Your Cell Phone Number Temporarily?
Sometimes you may want to block you number from caller id for a specific call. You might not want someone to know that you are trying to reach them for the 15th time in a row, or you might be calling a business and might not want them to know your number. Whatever the reason, it's easy to block cell phone numbers.
  1. Did you know that if you want to block your cell phone number on a call by call basis you need to dial *67 before dialing the number. Ex *67 (555) 555-555?




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Monday, September 27, 2010

Did you know the only quarterback to have led a team to victory over all thirty-two teams in the league since the NFL first expanded to 32 franchises in 2002?

Did you know Brett Favre Career achievements?






Did you know that he:

Records and milestones

Did you know as of the end of the 2009 NFL season, Favre owned or shared most of the well-known NFL career records, including:
  • Consecutive starts as a quarterback: 285 (309 including playoffs)[7][104]
  • Consecutive starts as a position player: 285 [105]
  • Career regular-season victories by a starting quarterback: 181 (Regular-season record: 181–104)[7]
  • Wins by a starting quarterback in one stadium: 90, Lambeau Field (including once as a Minnesota Viking)
  • Consecutive wins, regular season and playoffs, by a starting quarterback in one stadium: 29, Lambeau Field, 1995–1998
  • Consecutive wins, regular season, by a starting quarterback in one stadium: 25, Lambeau Field, 1995–1998
  • Wins by a starting quarterback against a single opponent: 27, Detroit Lions (18–0 in home games)
  • Complettions, Attempts, Passing Yards, Touchdown Passes against a single opponent: Detroit Lions: 790 completions, 11,247 attempts, 9,219 passing yards, 60 touchdown passes
  • Career passing touchdowns: 497[106][107]
  • Career passing yards: 69,329[106]
  • Career pass completions: 6,083[7][108]
  • Career pass attempts: 9,811[6][7][109]
  • Career interceptions thrown: 317[106][110]
  • Career games with at least one touchdown pass: 241
  • Career games with at least two touchdown passes: 157
  • Career games with at least three touchdown passes: 71[53]
  • Career games with at least four touchdown passes: 23[111]
  • Career games with at least one rushing attempt: 231
  • Career games with at least 200 passing yards: 202
  • Career games with at least 225 passing yards: 165
  • Career games with at least 250 passing yards: 139
  • Career games with at least 275 passing yards: 100
  • Career games with at least 300 passing yards: 61 (Dan Marino is 1st with 63)
  • Touchdown passes of 80+ yards: 9
  • Touchdown passes of 70+ yards: 15
  • Touchdown passes of 20+ yards: 165
  • 1 yard touchdown passes: 37
  • 1 yard touchdown passes, passer/receiver combination: 8, Brett Favre/Bubba Franks
  • Career games with at least 30 completions: 24 (Peyton Manning is 2nd with 18)
  • Career games with at least 20 completions: 185 (Peyton Manning is 2nd with 138)
  • Completions in a game played on a Friday: 30; 12/24/2004
  • Seasons with at least 30 touchdown passes: 9
  • Consecutive seasons with at least 30 touchdown passes: 5
  • Seasons with at least 3,000 passing yards: 18
  • Consecutive seasons with at least 3,000 passing yards: 18
  • Seasons with at least 300 completions: 18
  • Consecutive seasons with at least 300 completions: 18
  • Brett Favre & Sterling Sharpe tied Dan Marino & Mark Clayton's record for most passer/receiver touchdown combinations in a season in 1994: 18-broken by Tom Brady and Randy Moss(23) in 2007.
  • Most consecutive AP NFL MVP awards: 3 (1995–1997)[112]
  • Career playoff pass completions: 481[113]
  • Career playoff pass attempts: 791[113]
  • Career playoff passing yards: 5,855[113]
  • (2nd) Career playoff passing touchdowns: 44[113] (Montana, 45)[114]
  • Career playoff interceptions thrown: 30
  • Career playoff losses as starting QB: 11
  • (5th) Career playoff wins as starting QB: 13 (Joe Montana, 16; Tom Brady, 14; Terry Bradshaw, 14; John Elway, 14)
  • Games played by a starting quarterback against one opponent in a calendar year: 5 games against the Detroit Lions in 1994; 1/2/94(game 16 of the 1993 season), 1/8/94(playoff game), 11/6/94, 12/4/94, 12/31/94(playoff game)
  • Longest gap between receptions: 17 years & 4 weeks (275 games)
Favre is the only quarterback to have led a team to victory over all thirty-two teams in the league since the NFL first expanded to 32 franchises in 2002.[52][115]

Favre is one of four quarterbacks to lead the league in touchdown passes four times. The others are Johnny Unitas, Len Dawson and Steve Young.[116] In addition, Favre owns a number of team records, having printed his name into almost every passing category in the annals of Green Bay Packers history. Most recently, he set the team record for consecutive completions with 20 on November 22, 2007, against the Detroit Lions.[117]
Favre is also the first known player to be a grandfather while active in the NFL.


Since first being named the starter of the Green Bay Packers before playing the Pittsburgh Steelers on September 27, 1992, Brett Favre has never missed a game.[118] He is currently in first place for the most consecutive starts by a quarterback in the NFL and one of only five quarterbacks to have started over 100 consecutive games in NFL history. He failed to finish a game due to injury on only six occasions since taking control of the Packers as quarterback.[119] Besides Favre, there is only one other active streak of 100 or more games among quarterbacks, that of Peyton Manning. Since the beginning of Favre's consecutive start streak, 212 other quarterbacks have started in the NFL,[120][121]12 of them being back-ups to Favre at one point.[118]  Among his former backups are: Don MajkowskiTy DetmerKurt WarnerMark BrunellSteve BonoDoug PedersonMatt HasselbeckDanny WuerffelAaron BrooksJ.T. O'Sullivan, and current Packers starter Aaron Rodgers. Two veteran backups to Favre  never started another NFL game: Jim McMahon, and T.J. Rubley. The consecutive starts streak is widely considered one of the most notable streaks in sports, so much so that the Pro Football Hall of Fame has as an exhibit displaying the jersey Favre wore during his record breaking 117th consecutive start as a quarterback, and a section of their website devoted to what the Hall of Fame calls an "Iron Man".[122]
In 2009, Favre surpassed Jim Marshall for starts at any position with his record-breaking 271st start as a quarterback as the Vikings played the Lions.[123][124][125]

Did you know this quarterback trivia?

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Did you know that Favre is  the only quarterback to have led a team to victory over all thirty-two teams in the NFL?

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Friday, September 24, 2010

Did you know that 35% of the people using personal ads for dating are already married?


Did you know that Spinach consumption in the U.S. rose 33% after the Popeye comic strip became a hit in 1931

Did you know Nutmeg is extremely poisonous if injected intravenously?







Did you know that Only 1 person in 2 billion will live to be 116?





Did you know that 35% of the people using personal ads for dating are already married?
















Did you know that Washington, D.C. has one lawyer for every 19 residents?

















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