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The leather manufacture in the United States: a dissertation on the methods and economics of tanning

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Twerky Clouds: Where The Snow Comes From

The first snowfall of the year here in Budapest came on Monday. It was so beautiful that it inspired me to create these twerky little guys.

Read more: http://www.boredpanda.com/funny-snow-animation-gif-twerky-clouds-zsofi-terjek/

The Strangest Things Done On “Doomsday Preppers”

Here are some doomsday scenarios and what needs to be done to survive:

3. Hyperinflation: U.S. is not at risk but you should still learn how to weld. Welding is good.

4. Global Pandemic: Possible, but an alternate location is needed to isolate yourself. So get a bunker stat.

5. Worldwide economic collapse: Maybe it could happen, just stay away from this guy.

6. Nuclear Fallout: You’ll be O.K. except if you live in Ontario, Canada.

7. Polar Shift: Geographically impossible, but sure, yeah, prep away.

8. New Madrid Zone Earthquake (fault zone in the midwest): It has happened before, it’s one of those “Black Swan” events, so it could happen tomorrow. I’d start prepping yesterday.

9. Note: building a thousand spider holes might not help you during armageddon.

Read more: http://buzzfeed.com/lyapalater/the-strangest-things-done-on-doomsday-preppers


The leather manufacture in the United States; a dissertation on the methods and economies of tanning

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