Posts Tagged Rap


I don’t particularly like rap but I have always found the beat box interesting. I came across a site that allows you to turn Google Translate into a beat box. No way, you’re thinking. Yes way! It doesn’t require any special software. If you would like to see for yourself follow my instructions implicitly. Also, this message will self destruct in five seconds…

Google Translate allows you to listen to the translation of any word or phrase that it translates.

Go to Google Translate and insert this in the translation box: (kkkkkkk pvkks pv zk pv pv zk pv zk kz zk pv pv pv zk pv zk zk pzk pzk pvzkpkzvpvzk kkkkkk bsch bsch). Set the translation to from German to German. Click the listen button. It works better with your speakers on! Then do it again because you know you want to…

Or other choice is to just click here where I already did it for you!

On Saturday January 1, 2011, New Years Day, Iris Orpi will be guest blogging. We will be starting the new year off with a great writer and poet. Her blog is Cognac For The Soul. I would stress upon you the mistake you would be making if you missed the opportunity to visit her site before her post goes live on Saturday. I can assure you, you will enjoy reading her writings.

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Best Concert You’ve Seen In Person

The best concert I’ve seen live was the Prince concert I saw this past October. Truly amazing as is Paisley Park. That got me to thinking what others may have thought was the best concert they’ve seen. Sorry for such a short post, but I really only wanted your input on live concerts.


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George Washington Carver was born in 1864 near Diamond Grove, Missouri. George Washington Carver decline an invitation to work for a salary of more than $100,000 a year which in today’s terms would have been more than one million dollars. Carver discovered three hundred uses for peanuts and hundreds more uses for soybeans, pecans and sweet potatoes.

Among the listed items that he suggested to southern farmers to help them economically were his recipes and improvements to/for: adhesives, axle grease, bleach, buttermilk, chili sauce, fuel briquettes, ink, instant coffee, linoleum, mayonnaise, meat tenderizer, metal polish, paper, plastic, pavement, shaving cream, shoe polish, synthetic rubber, talcum powder and wood stain. Even so, Carver only applied for three patents, believing his work was a gift from God to be freely given to mankind.

Make sure to stop back on February 6, 2010 for our guest blogger, JeLisa Sterling-Smith from …And The Lived Blogging Happily Ever After. Hear JeLisa confess to never wanting to get married – EVER and how the love of her life changed her tune!


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