BQ: What line-up do you think most likely we'll see in the Confederation's Cup11 AnswersMexican Football (Soccer)9 years ago
BQ; Who will be the surprise of the tournament?
BQ 2 : Who will be the top goal scorer?8 AnswersMexican Football (Soccer)9 years ago
BQ: Fernando Torres or Wayne Rooney9 AnswersMexican Football (Soccer)9 years ago
18-year-old Jonathan Payton ambled into a Walmart on all fours in full cow getup. After reaching the dairy section, the cow man stood and loaded around $92 worth of milk jugs into a cart! He proceeded to roll the cart out of the store without paying for any of it. Payton then tried to give the milk away outside the facility, and when confronted by police, he attempted to escape by skipping away from them! How udderly ridiculous!
BF:If you type what is the answer to life, the universe, and everything in google it says 421 AnswerJokes & Riddles9 years ago
When testing out the drug, they found that patients didn’t see relief for their symptoms, but they found that the drug did cause erections. Pfizer patented the drug in 1996, and in just two years, the FDA approved it for use in treating erectile dysfunction.5 AnswersJokes & Riddles9 years ago
It's not that your eyes aren't working. Your mind is actually blocking images all the time, and refusing to process them. Whenever your eyes move, your brain doesn't process what would normally be very dizzying blurry images coming from the retina. To fill in the gaps of time, your brain creates an illusion for a fraction of a second to keep us from noticing. This is called "Saccadic masking" and it keeps us from experiencing motion blur.
Your brain replaces the blurry images with static images of your next object of focus. Whatever you look at after moving your eyes appears to stay still for a long period of time, because it is actually the same image stretched for a longer period of time to cover up the blur. This is called the "stopped-clock illusion", when the first second on a clock after you turn to look at it appears to take longer than all the other seconds.7 AnswersJokes & Riddles9 years ago
What are the pro's and cons about casting spells???
And is it the devils work?11 AnswersReligion & Spirituality9 years ago
Jaguares vs. America (32/33/35)
Monterrey vs. Cruz Azul (42/18/40)
Pachuca vs. Atlas (31/32/37)
Guadalajara vs. Puebla (28/38/34)
San Luis vs. Santos (41/16/43)
Atlante vs. Tigres (36/35/29)
UNAM vs. Toluca (37/24/39)
Tijuana vs. Estudiantes (30/44/26)
Morelia vs. Queretaro (34/30/36)
Predecir el resultado (ganador / empate) para cada juego. Además, adivinar el resultado si lo desea. Entre paréntesis son los puntos, basado en el juego, Apuestas, obtendrá para cada predicción correcta (Inicio / Empate / Visitante). Desvalidos correctamente recogiendo le consigue más puntos. Objetivo fundamental es llegar a 100 puntos.5 AnswersFútbol (México)9 years ago
One hell of a game i must say to bad the jets had angels on there side...4 AnswersFootball (American)9 years ago