Other Stuff to Check 
Medical Resources

PubMed
mymedicalcontrol
health encyclopedia
drug interaction checker
MedicalInformationBureau

Obscure, yet interesting
wigflip
econolabs
Brainetics
Wordsmart
PianoTheory
Color Theory
Google Hacks
THE F ZONE
MonsterMedia
BarnOwlBoxes
LearnToDance
AskMeHelpDesk
Autumn in Japan
Fascinating Trivia
Fresh Air Buddy
The Elanra Ioniser
Inflation Calculator
Hayron ArteGaleria
Privacy Protection
Baby Naming Wizard
How to start a Startup
The Computer is Born
zoomquilt click 'n' drag
finance elective surgery
Organic Gourmet Coffee
Map of Global Incidents
Monitor color calibration
Rock Bottom Remainders
reset your AOL password
The Mechanics of Wealth
Amazing 3-D Sidewalk Art
The Brain Fitness Program
Two-Drum Washing Machine
Edward's KidSafe Playhouses
Silicon Mirror and Kaleidoscope
Relaxing DVDs with nature pics
In regards to late-talking children
The Funniest Person in the World
Guide to Health Savings Accounts
Bates-Keirsey Temperament Tester
ToFeedRescuedAnimalsJustCLICK!
Tankless water heaters HERE & HERE
About that "Gap Between Rich & Poor"
Funeral and Memorial Societies of America
One of the most Awesome Artists' Websites
One of the Most Exciting Books Ever Written
non-surgical repair for degenerated spinal disks
The Alternative Development Knowledge Network
telemarketing opt-out: national do-not-call registry
pre-approved credit card offers opt-out: stop junk mail
John Standefer, Accoustic Guitar-Player Extraordinaire 
STATIONFINDERS: FIND RADIO STATIONS & WEBFEEDS
Eleven Spa
ipencil.org
Internet Slang Words and Computer Slang http://internetslang.com
Got a wild offer / story / conspiracy theory in your email? 
Check it out at  Snopes.com  and/or  Urban Legends
Who's your carrier?  Long Distance Test  1-700-555-4141
To stop receiving mobile text messages or charges: Call 800-235-7105
State-of-the-art skin care
The world's highest concentration of beneficial ingredients means results
Boilerplate, n. 1. Ready-made or all-purpose language
    that will fit in a variety of documents. 
2.  Fixed or standardized contract language that the 
    proposing party views as relatively nonnegotiable.
        -- Black’s Law Dictionary, 7th edition (1999)
Prax·e·ol·o·gy, n. The study of human action and conduct
Swiftboating, v. Exposing the lies, deceit, and fraud of  self-glorifying 
public officials or candidates for public office who exaggerate their 
military service by lying about their feats of heroism and combat wounds.
Tort, n. "A tort is defined as an act that injures someone in some way and 
for which the injured person may sue the wrongdoer for damages. Torts 
are civil wrongs, as opposed to criminal ones. 
... The essence of tort law is to reallocate risks when one person has 
wrongfully and without consent caused harm to another. ... If a person 
assumes a risk voluntarily, he cannot sue his contract partner if the risk 
materializes." -- Walter Williams, here.
WHAT TO DO IF THE FILE MENU IS MISSING FROM YOUR 
MICROSOFT WORD TOOLBAR:
1. left-click on "View" 
2. left-click on "Toolbars" in the drop-down menu
3. left-click on "Customize" at the bottom of ITS drop-down menu
4. click on the "Commands" tab in the new pop-up window
5. in the "Categories" box scroll down and highlight "Built-in Menus"
6. The word "File" appears at the top of the "Commands" box;
     drag it up to the toolbar where it belongs.
"Unexpected kernel mode trap" usually means you're running Win 2000, 
and you have a driver missing or corrupted.. What did you install last?
hyphens, m-dashes and n-dashes    smart quotes
OneFreeCreditReportPerYear
free.antivirus.com/hijackthis/
With all due respect
USA People Search
internet scambusters
stolenIDsearch.com
PublicRecordsNow
Public Legal Forms
ClarkHoward.com
internet via satellite
FreeSpamBlocker
ParodyMotivators
FREE  FAXING
faxzero
myfax.com/free/
emailfinder.com
DoNotCallFAQs
makeashorterlink
shortenlongurls
calendarprintout
FreeFileSharing
uploadingit.com
OpenOffice.org
http://issuu.com
Business Forms
mailstart.com
bugmenot.com
mailinator.com
mediafire.com
$8 eyeglasses
logmein.com
emailencoder
epinions.com
my3cents.com
ephotobay.com
kayak.com
imgur.com
tinypic.com
snipurl.com
http://bit.ly
tinyurl.com
credit report
PostalRates .44 .61 .78
mailbox locator
buy stamps
Do Not Call
AreaCodes
ZIP codes
myzipcodemap
craigslist
Cardweb
yelp.com
go2x.net
labelcalc
archives
gethuman
classifieds
entitycube
ehow.com
MrGadget
incredimail
dance4less
IP address
Reminders
spamarrest
news alerts
Zillow.com
Salary.com
evoice.com
vidilife.com
listbug.com
Rasterbator
Realtor.com
Return Path
Prosper.com
shorturl.com
posterbrain
web archives
archivemirror
newsmine.org
abebooks.com
Mapquest.com
Essential Links
Knowledge TV
floodsmart.gov
TaxFoundation
Cookie Busters
marketleap.com
UNplug & pray
ripoffreport.com
ZabaSearch.com
Birth Certificates
istockphoto.com
RhymeZone.com
javascriptkit.com
Switchboard.com
freewebspace.net
free web counters
Pentagon Channel
Consumer Reports
Reflexology Charts
add SearchStatus
RateMyProfessors
IDunknownCallers
missingmoney.com
FlightExplorer.com
DownloadTVshows
Best Web Services
internet archive faqs
Reference Desk.Com
25 Most Useful Sites
50 Fabulous Freebies
the money in elections
Detroit News' HotSites
Government Resources
Consumers Against BS
managing debt & credit
Switchboard.Com'sTips
Distance Between Cities
Distance Between Cities
Identity Theft Resources
Consumer Enlightenment
Referral-Tracking Service
Protect Consumer Choice
Judge Rating and Ratings
Reverse Phone No. Lookup
Reverse Phone No. Lookups
media and graphics glossary
Free Email Address Directory
Free Internet Access Directory
Can We Tape? State-by-State
InfoSpace - The Ultimate Directory
Electric Library and eLibrary Tracker
LocateAnyoneWhoseCellPhoneIsOn
Prescription Drug Information Corner Index
Research-It! - Your one-stop reference desk
Find an on-line business with the dot.com directory
The BIG EYE - Intelligent Guide to BROWSING the WWW
FreeDrive.com -- its servers are NOWHERE NEAR the San Andreas fault!
DataStash.com -- similar story. IN FACT, IT'S LIKELY IN THE VERY SAFEST PART OF THE COUNTRY.

Generate a calendar for any given month of any given year (and prove to yourself that 1916, 1944 & 1972 have exactly the same structure as 2000 with Feb. 29th falling on a Tuesday, etc.), or whatever.

the ONION
DENOUNCE
Top 5% Sites
The Weekly Views
The Universal Home Page
Welcome To Starting Point(TM)
Wired Source -- MANY KINDS OF SEARCHES
LookSmart - exploring LookSmart
curezone.com
pherlure
WebCrawler Top 25
Area Codes & Decoder
BellSouth Resource Finder
Welcome to HealthyPC.com
Thomas Register of American Manufacturers
Directory Assistance & Reverse Phone No. Lookup
TV News--what local stations don't want you to know!
CyberNet New Zealand - Hot Links Archive
Serendipity Home Page (Switzerland)
Best Routes to the Net: Top
Serendipity Home Page (Switzerland)
Mini-Course in Medical Botany
The Official Cato Institute Homepage
Recent Cato Studies
Cato's This Just In Index
Other Essays on Freedom
A Few Libertarian Resource Links
A Philosophy for Living on Earth
Why I Am A Libertarian
Dead Economists Society



 
What goes around, comes around 

His name was Fleming, and he was a poor Scottish farmer. One day, while trying to eke out a living for his family, he heard a cry for help coming from a nearby bog. He dropped his tools and ran to the bog. There, mired to his waist in black muck, was a terrified boy, screaming and struggling to free himself. Farmer Fleming saved the lad from what could have been a slow and terrifying death. 

The next day, a fancy carriage pulled up to the Scotsman's sparse surroundings. An elegantly dressed nobleman stepped out and introduced himself as the father of the boy Farmer Fleming had saved. "I want to repay you," said the nobleman. "You saved my son's life." "No, I can't accept payment for what I did," the Scottish farmer replied, waving off the offer. At that moment, the farmer's own son came to the door of the family hovel. "Is that your son?" the nobleman asked. "Yes," the farmer replied proudly. The nobleman said, "I'll make you a deal. Let me take him and give him a good education. If the lad is anything like his father, he'll grow to a man you can be proud of." And that he did. 

In time, Farmer Fleming's son graduated from St. Mary's Hospital Medical School in London, and went on to become known throughout the world as the noted Sir Alexander Fleming, the discoverer of Penicillin. Years afterward, the nobleman's son was stricken with pneumonia. What saved him? Penicillin. The name of the nobleman? Lord Randolph Churchill. His son's name? Sir Winston Churchill.


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