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via [livejournal.com profile] msmemory
1. Anyone who looks at this entry please post this meme and their current wallpaper at their LiveJournal.
2. Explain in five sentences why you're using that wallpaper.
3. Don't change your wallpaper before doing this! The point is to see what you had on.




I'm a Muppet Maniac, and this picture makes me smile every time I drop windows and look at the desktop.
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via [livejournal.com profile] msmemory
1. Anyone who looks at this entry please post this meme and their current wallpaper at their LiveJournal.
2. Explain in five sentences why you're using that wallpaper.
3. Don't change your wallpaper before doing this! The point is to see what you had on.




I'm a Muppet Maniac, and this picture makes me smile every time I drop windows and look at the desktop.
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Your rainbow is strongly shaded yellow and green.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

What is says about you: You are a joyful person. You feel strong ties to nature and your mood changes with its cycles. You're good at getting people to like you. Those around you admire your fresh outlook and vitality.

Find the colors of your rainbow at spacefem.com.




elizabear: (Default)
Your rainbow is strongly shaded yellow and green.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

What is says about you: You are a joyful person. You feel strong ties to nature and your mood changes with its cycles. You're good at getting people to like you. Those around you admire your fresh outlook and vitality.

Find the colors of your rainbow at spacefem.com.




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From [livejournal.com profile] mangosteen
1. Stop talking about politics for a moment or two.
2. Post a reasonably-sized picture in your LJ, NOT under a cut tag, of something pleasant, such as an adorable kitten, or a fluffy white cloud, or a bottle of booze. Something that has NOTHING TO DO WITH POLITICS.
3. Include these instructions, and share the love.


elizabear: (Default)
From [livejournal.com profile] mangosteen
1. Stop talking about politics for a moment or two.
2. Post a reasonably-sized picture in your LJ, NOT under a cut tag, of something pleasant, such as an adorable kitten, or a fluffy white cloud, or a bottle of booze. Something that has NOTHING TO DO WITH POLITICS.
3. Include these instructions, and share the love.


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Lifted from [livejournal.com profile] rufinia:

It's a vocabulary game. If you guess the meaning of the word, this place will donate rice to hungry people. It's free for everyone, people get food and you may learn new words.

http://freerice.com/index.php

FreeRice has a custom database containing thousands of words at varying degrees of difficulty. There are words appropriate for people just learning English and words that will challenge the most scholarly professors. In between are thousands of words for students, business people, homemakers, doctors, truck drivers, retired people… everyone!

FreeRice automatically adjusts to your level of vocabulary. It starts by giving you words at different levels of difficulty and then, based on how you do, assigns you an approximate starting level. You then determine a more exact level for yourself as you play. When you get a word wrong, you go to an easier level. When you get three words in a row right, you go to a harder level. This one-to-three ratio is best for keeping you at the “outer fringe” of your vocabulary, where learning can take place.

There are 50 levels in all, but it is rare for people to get above level 48.
elizabear: (Default)
Lifted from [livejournal.com profile] rufinia:

It's a vocabulary game. If you guess the meaning of the word, this place will donate rice to hungry people. It's free for everyone, people get food and you may learn new words.

http://freerice.com/index.php

FreeRice has a custom database containing thousands of words at varying degrees of difficulty. There are words appropriate for people just learning English and words that will challenge the most scholarly professors. In between are thousands of words for students, business people, homemakers, doctors, truck drivers, retired people… everyone!

FreeRice automatically adjusts to your level of vocabulary. It starts by giving you words at different levels of difficulty and then, based on how you do, assigns you an approximate starting level. You then determine a more exact level for yourself as you play. When you get a word wrong, you go to an easier level. When you get three words in a row right, you go to a harder level. This one-to-three ratio is best for keeping you at the “outer fringe” of your vocabulary, where learning can take place.

There are 50 levels in all, but it is rare for people to get above level 48.

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