"Setting goals is the first step in turning the invisible into the visible.
Joke of the Day
What's green and can fly?
The process by which bread toasts is called the “Maillard Reaction”.
The Eastern Roman Empire’s weapon called Greek Fire was used in ship-mounted flamethrowers.
The secret of how to make Greek Fire was lost with the fall of the Roman Empire.
This weapon so unique and deadly due to the fact that throwing water onto it would only feed the fire. It was almost gelatinous in texture and would stick to things.
It was mostly used in naval warfare, as the large flamethrowers needed for its projectile use could be better accommodated by ships rather than infantry.
The Greek Fire would easily demolish a fleet of wood and canvas ships floating on water.
Mark Wahlberg and Matt Damon agree that if they’re ever confused for one another, they will just go along with it.
"You sit on a throne of lies."
What made you laugh this week?
The state has an honest-to-goodness swear jar. If you profanely curse, swear, or get intoxicated in public (that last one feels like it should have come with a few more details), you can be fined exactly $1.