What was that strange thing spotted in the sky of Norway? (see the news)
The strange change in the sky is the effect of celestial object in the sky. Our scientists could only identify few planets and their activity to a limited extent. But there are innumerable stars are in the sky, Do we know much about them?
by CennyWenny 6 years ago
But my Adwords ads are no longer relevant to my Hubs. Ie: a Hub on Anne Boleyn has memory foam ads. A Hub on plants actually has the same ads... My traffic massively spiked at the end of August before bombing 75%to 80%. I've read Silver Rose's theory and I'm hopeful but found the above odd. Any...
by Kathleen Lewis 10 years ago
Quite often, when editing a text capsule, I am not able to click within the capsule to make an edit. I have to click the Done Editing button, then re-open the capsule to edit. Is is just me, or has anyone else experienced this? A bit frusterating...
by Aficionada 7 years ago
Yesterday evening, when we walked outside to the car, I could smell a skunk. In my front yard! I've never been that close to one before, as far as I know, other than roadkill. A few hours later the smell had dissipated. What's the oddest thing that has happened to you recently?
by Candace Bacon 8 years ago
I recently heard a story about a woman who disciplines her kids with a spray bottle. She has a 3 year old son who has a bad temper. When he starts pitching fits, she sprays him with the water bottle to get him to start acting right. She says that it is the only thing that is...
by Elizabeth99 7 years ago
What's the strangest thing you have ever seen?
by Shannon 8 years ago
What do I do with my "STRANGE DIGITAL PHOTOS OF THE NIGHT SKY"?
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