Canadian forecaster Kristi Gordon screamed when a spider started to crawl across a camera lens during a live broadcast.
Meteorologist Kristi Gordon was surprised by a spider on the weather camera as she did her Noon News forecast live.
Most of us are on the Internet on a daily basis and whether we like it or not, the Internet is affecting us. It changes how we think, how we work, and it even changes our brains.
We interviewed Nicholas Carr, the author of, “The Shallows: What the Internet is Doing to Our Brains,” about how the Internet is influencing us, our creativity, our thought processes, our ideas, and how we think.
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The Shallows: What the Internet Is Doing to Our Brains
“I am entering!” said Snow White. After half an hour she comes out and they ask her,”Well, how’d ya do?” ” First Place !” said Snow White.
They continue walking and they see a sign: “Contest for the strongest man in the world .” “I’m entering,” says Superman. After half an hour, he returns and they ask him,”How did you make out?” ” First Place ,” answers Superman. “Did you have any doubt?”
They continue walking when they see a sign: “Contest! Who is the greatest liar in the world?” Pinocchio enters. After half an hour he returns,with tears in his eyes.
“What happened?” they asked.
“Who the hell is Obama?” asks Pinocchio.
What is the difference between girls aged:
8, 18, 28, 38, 48, 58 and 68?
At 8 – You take her to bed and tell her a story.
At 18 – You tell her a story and take her to bed.
At 28 – You don’t need to tell her a story to take her to bed.
At 38 – She tells you a story and takes you to bed.
At 48 – You tell her a story to avoid going to bed.
At 58 – You stay in bed to avoid her story.
At 68 – If you take her to bed, that’ll be a story!
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