Stupid Laws of Alaska

Every places has some sort of stupid laws. That is because some law makers in the history might screw up one thing or the other. One perfectly sane law at one time might be stupid in another time. That is how stupid laws are created.

Here are the collection of stupid laws of Alaska:

• A law in Fairbanks does not allow moose to have sex on city streets.
• Even though it is legal to hunt a bear, it is illegal to wake a bear and take a picture for photo opportunities.
• In Fairbanks it is considered an offense to feed alcoholic beverages to a moose.
• In Alaska it is illegal to whisper in someone’s ear while they are moose hunting.
• It is considered an offense to push a live moose out of a moving airplane.
• Kangaroos are not allowed in barber shops at any time.
• Moose may not be viewed from an airplane.
• State policy states that emergencies are held to a minimum and rarely found to exist.
• While it is legal to shoot bears, waking a sleeping bear for the purpose of taking a photograph is prohibited.

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5 Habits of men that can melt women

I read an article about chivalry and habits of some chivalrous men in a while ago. Yes these are habits, not consciously made. But, I have read somewhere that it takes about a month to form a new habit.

If you believe chivalry isn’t dead and men are not pigs and you love your girl and want her her respect and love, here are some five habits you can cultivate in yourself. These are the gestures to go an extra mile to please your girl. Yes they are old-fashioned, but they still work like charms. Those who have such habits are the the gentleman they talk about in books and movies. And, you can be one of the real one.

1. Flowers, surprise the girls with flowers

How cliché it may sound, flower still has its charm on girls. Every losers, cheater knows to gift a flower on the Valentine’s Day but, only a rare gentleman picks a bouquet to surprise his girl randomly. You can’t do that all the time, but it is priceless every once in a while.

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2. Hugs – an extra mile in tightness

It feels great being hugged. If you care for a girl, she would love your extra tightness at times. An extra effort to tell your girl about the kind of connection you have with her is priceless.

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How To Start a Startup, Stanford University lectures

These are Stanford University lectures videos on how to start a startup business. The lectures are conducted by the people who have been helping start up companies for a decade. Sam Altman, the President of Y Combinator conducts the first two lectures. Full details of the course is available here.

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  • Lecture 3 - Before the Startup
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Lecture 1 – How to Start a Startup

The topic of the first two lectures is “Ideas, Products, Teams and Execution”. You can pause at your continence and re-listen to the information that you can’t understand the first time.

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Sam Altman, President, Y Combinator
Dustin Moskovitz, Cofounder, Facebook, Cofounder, Asana, Cofounder, Good Ventures
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A Google worker’s daughter earned dad a week-long-vacation

A little girl wrote a letter to Google – and it worked. In the most technologically advanced office in the world, an old fashioned, not-so-neat letter earned her dad a week-long vacation on the July.

The letter reads:

Dear Google worker, can you please make sure when dad goes to work, he gets one day off. Like he can get get a day off on Wednesday. Because daddy only gets a day off on Saturday.

She also added: “P.S. It’s daddy’s birthday. P.P.S. It is summer, you know.”

katie letter to google and google responds

Her daddy’s boss Daniel Shiplacoff responded with a letter to the little Katie. The Blaze called Google spokesperson to confirm the letter was genuine.

A 12 years old cancer victim left quotes behind mirror

A 12-years-old cancer victim, Athena, died last month (on May 28, 2014). Before her death she had written some secret notes to her family, behind her mirror. Her father was heartbroken when he found the secret writing after a few days of her death.

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After being diagnosed with osteosarcoma, Athena only lived a year. The cancer that develops on growing bones is commonly found in teenagers and young adults. 

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RIP Stephen Sutton, mother says she is ‘bursting with pride but breaking with pain’

The teenager, Stephen Sutton, who raised more than £3m for a cancer charity has died four years after being diagnosed with cancer. Paying tribute to her selfless, courageous and inspirational son, his mother, Jane Sutton, released a statement in Facebook page to confirm his death.

Last month, I wrote about Stephen and his charitable effort. At that time, he had raised £1m and the snowball effect took over raising more fund for the charity.

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Jane Sutton stated that her “courageous, selfless, inspirational son passed away peacefully in his sleep in the early hours of this morning, Wednesday 14th May.”

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25,000 paintings in just 7 years of life, Edmund Thomas Clint

A child prodigy born in 1976 died after 7 years in 1983 because of kidney failure. In that time he drew more than 25,000 paintings in 2522 of life.

Clint started drawing at 2 and secured first place in a competition held for painters under 18-years of age when he was five.

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The drawing above was drawn by Clint when he was 4-years-old.

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7 miracles of life, according to an Indian actress

An Indian actress, Manisha Koirala, raised to the top position in the film industry, Bollywood. She was known to drink a lot, having affair with everybody and having fun all the time. When the age took toll and her film career started taking a downward trend, she got married and divorced within the first year.

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To make the matter worse, she was diagnosed of cancer at the end of 2012. Surviving ovarian cancer reversed the lifestyle of the actress. Here are some of the insights of the actress:

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10 tips of eating healthy (and being happy)

Health equal happiness. Eating healthy is the biggest part of being healthy!

Eating healthy can be supplemented a little bit of exercises and sometimes a little bit of nutritional supplements might also be helpful. In case of being sick medication help us to regain our health.

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Here are 10 healthy eating habits:

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High doses of antidepressants on youths found to be more suicidal

In a recent research at Harvard School of Public Health, youths taking high doses of antidepressants have higher risks of suicidal behavior.

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The finding was a result of the study of 162,000 people in the USA. The age of the study group ranged from 10 to 64 years. The subjects were suing antidepressants like Prozac and Seroxat. The researchers compared the data on average doge or higher amount from the years 1998 to 2010.

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