Intellect

Sydney, Australia

#526 Oct 11, 2012
OR was The 'New World' discovered during AD era?
Evil Grid Box

Sydney, Australia

#527 Oct 11, 2012
Some proverb sayings about from around the world:

The earth laughs at him who calls a place his own. Hindustani Proverb.

However high a bird may soar, it seeks its food on earth. Danish Proverb.

If the summer gave nothing, neither will the autumn. Bulgarian Proverb.

The winter does not go without looking backward. Finnish Proverb.

Not all clouds bring rain. Dutch Proverb.
Evil Grid Box

Sydney, Australia

#528 Oct 12, 2012
I just want to write the word pinyada...
The Majority

Brisbane, Australia

#529 Oct 12, 2012
Intellect wrote:
Ip Man is an interesting movie


:) ;)
The Majority

Brisbane, Australia

#530 Oct 12, 2012
Intellect

Sydney, Australia

#531 Oct 13, 2012
Funny meeting...lol
Intellect

Sydney, Australia

#532 Oct 13, 2012
It snowed.
Intellect

Sydney, Australia

#533 Oct 14, 2012
Letters can be translated into numbers & symbols.
Hence the reason why blind people are able to read braile. If you look at braile it follows a number system/sequence via dots.
Intellect

Sydney, Australia

#534 Oct 14, 2012
Thinking back to Grade 6 when I learned about a lady called Mary Keller.. I cant remember whether she was the blind student or whether she was the woman who taught blind people to read via braille.
Intellect

Sydney, Australia

#535 Oct 14, 2012
Intellect wrote:
Thinking back to Grade 6 when I learned about a lady called Mary Keller.. I cant remember whether she was the blind student or whether she was the woman who taught blind people to read via braille.
Correction - Helen Keller:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helen_keller
wicked witch

Glen Iris, Australia

#536 Oct 15, 2012
Julia Gillard.
Evil Grid Box

Sydney, Australia

#537 Oct 25, 2012
http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2011/s...

Must be busy in that membrane area.
Evil Grid Box

Sydney, Australia

#538 Oct 25, 2012
Sunny day all week this week!! Very very noice.
Intellect

Sydney, Australia

#539 Nov 5, 2012
Evil Grid Box wrote:
http://www.guardian.co.uk/life andstyle/2011/sep/30/kim-noble -woman-with-100-personalities
Must be busy in that membrane area.
Meninges EVIL hahaha

Parents can stop panicking about the impact they have on their
offspring's brain - a child's grey matter develops in spite of mum & dad's input. That's the strong belief of US neurologist Dr Sam Wang, who recently co-authored - Welcome to your child's brain -

Children's brains start with their own predispositions, they seek
their own experiences, and they develop their own preferences" Dr Wang says "Which is actually a good thing because it makes them remarkably resilient"

The Courier Mail
Intellect

Sydney, Australia

#540 Nov 5, 2012
Melbourne Cup!
Intellect

Sydney, Australia

#541 Nov 6, 2012
Election Day for the U.S. who will win?
Intellect

Sydney, Australia

#542 Nov 6, 2012
When people think of clothes in ancient times they think Jane & Tarzan couple wearing leaves, no top & a piece of g-string looking undies for the men < If I am a 5yr old with an IQ of about 5 I would agree.

Cotton, Silk etc is used to make fabric for clothes. What people fail to see is that people found in hotter climates where cotton & silk is not found. The material for a piece of clothing would still be of a plant substance (like cotton) or other & the process of putting a piece of clothing together is just as amazing as putting together an ensemble using cotton, silk etc...

Its all chemistry with abit of knowledge in agriculture (plants etc) when you think about it.

Silk
http://www.silkpaintinggallery.com/silk.htm

Cotton
http://msnucleus.org/membership/html/k-6/as/s...
Intellect

Sydney, Australia

#543 Nov 6, 2012
I forgot people can also use animal skin for clothes...^
Grid Box

Glebe, Australia

#544 Nov 8, 2012
Intellect wrote:
<quoted text>
Meninges EVIL hahaha
Parents can stop panicking about the impact they have on their
offspring's brain - a child's grey matter develops in spite of mum & dad's input. That's the strong belief of US neurologist Dr Sam Wang, who recently co-authored - Welcome to your child's brain -
Children's brains start with their own predispositions, they seek
their own experiences, and they develop their own preferences" Dr Wang says "Which is actually a good thing because it makes them remarkably resilient"
The Courier Mail
What is a neurologist? I only understand words with 1 syllable.
Grid Box

Glebe, Australia

#545 Nov 8, 2012
....I mean I only understand words with no syllables

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