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Neato, Smudge-Free Animated Google Doodle For The Hungarian Inventor Of The Ball Point Pen — Ladislao José Biro.

by Anura Guruge


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by Anura Guruge

Winner Of The World’s First Vagina Beauty Contest Is British. YES!

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by Anura Guruge

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Click to ENLARGE and enjoy here. Tells you about UK winner. Use link below to access original.

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Here is the YouTube video. Click to access.


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There is as you will see if you read either of the stories or watch the YouTube a purpose for this contest. It was not all for titillation and salaciousness. They were looking for MODELS. And that makes sense.

As I did comment on this post to do with the “30 foot Wall of Vaginas”, vaginas do come in very different shapes, sizes, looks and configurations — and that is just in terms of external appearance. I am by no means an expert given I have only seen one or two at most (and at this point my wife Deanna, if she reads this, will scream at me) but I do know that some vaginas are definitely more attractive (and as such aesthetically more appealing) than others. I am not going to go into this (and I assure you that no pun was intended there) but there are some …

Anywho. Check it out.

22-Year Old U.S. Female With 2 Working Vaginas (& Plumbing).

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by Anura Guruge

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Lets start with the YouTube video
posted June 18, 2015.

Yes, of course, like with so much in my life, I got the heads up
from the U.K. “Daily Mail” which I read on my pad, first thing each morning,

Click to access, as always, very informative “Daily Mail” article.

Yes, of course, I knew what YOU were thinking.
Yes, it crossed my mind too.
Well, it is NOT as neat as you would think or hope.
Bummer — in more than one sense of the word. SMILE.
(Think about that. SMILE.)

From ‘Fusion.net’. Click to access original. They even have a diagram, though not of the vagina. Check it out.

Does Alton Central School (ACS), N. H. Have WORKING Industrial-Grade Carbon Monoxide Detectors?

Anura Guruge, June 8, 2013.

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>>June 24, 2013.
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A lot has been said (I hear) about the carbon monoxide brouhaha at ACS on December 18 – 19, 2013 and the resultant school closure on Dec. 19.

Fortunately NO carbon monoxide (or at least dangerous levels) was EVER found within ACS.

This e-mail from ACS confirms that, and I hear there are various documents on the ACS website confirming that NO CO was ever found.

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Click to ENLARGE. From my Dec. 19, 2013 post.

comonitorsindustrial666641Something that never got mentioned during this whole unnecessary, and ‘tempest in a gin glass’ incident, was whether or NOT ACS has working (and regularly) tested, industrial grade Carbon Monoxide detectors.

This, to anybody with even a modicum of scientific training and a capacity for some logical (sober) thinking, is the most germane of issues.

If there were working, reliable CO monitors NONE OF THIS had to happen!

Period. No doubt or debate.

If the alarms went off — then there was a threat, a potential danger.

IF the alarms were mute, and there was more than one tested alarm around, then there could NOT have been a danger.

Yes, there are even PORTABLE CO detectors and alarms — industrial grade. Does ACS have any of these? IF NOT why not — other than …


digioxtt343What ‘they’ used at ACS to measure SUPPOSED CO was consumer-grade, Fingertip OXIMETERS — those clip on things that measure your oxygen saturation levels.

They are NOT CO monitors! Oxygen saturation is contingent on many, many factors — key among them your cardiovascular health. If you are sedentary with a BMI well over ’25’ you are unlikely to get a 98 – 100% reading on these fingertip meters. Google it. Get educated. Know the facts.

At ACS, on Wednesday, these were the ONLY devices used to begin with.

OK, full disclosure. I know more about what happened on Wednesday than I care to divulge. Two adults, and let us leave at that (rather than going into specifics), who were at ACS on Wednesday and saw the whole ‘thing’, contacted me: one on Thursday, the other on Saturday. Here is the crazy thing. I am, and was (as my posts testify), ALL in favor. My ONLY dissatisfaction was that they re-opened ACS on Friday. We should have had 2 days off! Everybody, especially the teachers, deserved that.

Oh, I hear that there is a movement afoot to have ACS closed because of this CO incident. I am fully in favor of that. We really should start from scratch. I agree. 

OK. This is enough.

But, lets just look at what happened at ACS that fateful Wednesday and FACTOR in WORKING, tested, industrial strength CO monitors and at least one, tested, reliable portable monitor.

If there were MONITORS in place there would have been NO REASON to even think of CO. That it was CO was planted in the heads of … by ….!

If only there were CO monitors and cool heads.