Sad Fact

14,000 people are
having sex right now.
25,000 are kissing.
50,000 are hugging.
And you… well you’re
reading this site.

Trust me, I’m not happy about it either.

Black Magic

Think of a number between
0 and 20.
Add 32 to it.
Multiply by 2.
Subtract 1.
Now close your eyes.

Abracadabra

It’s dark, isn’t it?

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The True Meaning of 42

In The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, the supercomputer Deep Thought is built by a race of hyper-intelligent alien beings to determine the answer to “The Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe, and Everything.”

Deep Thought determines that the answer is somewhat anticlimactically, “42.”

It sounds like a joke, but is there more to this answer?

Douglas Adams was an unabashed computer nerd and knew a heck of a lot of programming language and coding. In programming, an asterisk is commonly used to translate as “whatever you want it to be”.

In ASCII language, the most basic computer software, “42” is the designation for an asterisk. A computer, Deep Thought, was asked what the true meaning of life was. It answered as a computer would. 42 = “anything you want it to be.”

Genius.

Why I Prefer Winter Over Summer

  1. No heat
  2. Snow
  3. Comfy sweaters
  4. No Heat
  5. Nobody gives you strange looks when you don’t want to leave the house
  6. No sweat
  7. Christmas
  8. No Heat!
  9. Beautiful frost blooms on a crips winter morning
  10. Nice, thick socks
  11. Snuggling up in be the whole day
  12. Hot chocolate
  13. NO HEAT!!!

Le Pont Neuf

Over the past few months, I have forwarded some inappropriate pictures and jokes to friends who I thought shared the same sense of humor.

Unfortunately, this wasn’t the case and I seem to have upset quite a few people who have accused me of being sexist and shallow.

If you were one of these people, please accept my sincerest apologies.

Looking forward to next year, I will only post or send an e-mail with a cultural or educational content such as old monuments, nature, and other interesting topics.

Below is a picture of the Pont Neuf Bridge in Paris. It is the oldest bridge in Paris and took 26 years to build. It was completed in 1604.

Le Pont Neuf