Old and busted: using CPR to save a drowned ground squirrel. The new hotness: using CPR to save a drowned Kookaburra.
Smirnoff Ice, the citrus-flavored malt beverage first popularized in the United States in the early 2000s, isn't the sort of alcoholic beverage people brag about keeping in their fridge. It's low in alcohol, high in sugar, and was even the butt of an extended viral joke (ok, game) in which people were tricked into drinking it. Look no further than a tortured New York Times explanation of "icing," the aforementioned game, for evidence of the drink's awfulness. The game, as the Times notes, was fairly straightforward: "Hand a friend a sugary Smirnoff Ice malt beverage and he (most participants have been men) has to drink it on one knee." The game hinged on a fairly universal understanding that Smirnoff Ice is famously bad, or, at the very least, a famously embarrassing thing to be caught drinking. For that very reason—the drink's recognized terribleness—the game went viral.
Severe winter conditions are still looming over parts of the United States, and many people are using space heaters to keep themselves warm. However, fire experts are concerned over potential fire hazard from space heaters. Many incidents of fire during the winter months are caused by space heaters. The U.S. Fire Administration reveals that more than 50,000 heating fires on average each year in residential buildings were reported between 2008 and 2010. These fires resulted in about 575 injuries and 150 deaths. The fires also resulted in the loss of $326 million worth of property. U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends a distance of at least three feet between a space heater and things that may catch fire, such as curtains, furniture, drapes, bedding and more.
Finding the exact spot where this photo was taken, should be a piece of cake. But finding the exact spot where this photo was taken, might prove a little more difficult.
I actually recognized the location - she is in the fountain courtyard of the old masters gallery in Dresden. Tim H.
Hi Ernie, That would be theÂ Gemaldegalerie Alte Meister Theaterplatz 1, 01067 Dresden, Germany. Here's a google pic of the place. Keep it up, Mark
Earlier in 2014, the Environmental Protection Agency started a program to reduce hotel water consumption called the H2Otel Challenge. In addition to installing new equipment, such as water-efficient toilets, faucets, and shower heads, hotels are encouraged to give guests the option of reusing their towels and sheets with those little signs that have become ubiquitous across the United States. You know, the ones that look like this.
Oh, and find this wooden balcony, while you're at it.
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