People have many misconceptions so it’s time to set the record straight; thus possibly a new A Frank Angle feature.
- Human blood isn’t blue, it’s bright red or dark red.
- Bacteria causes tooth decay, not sugar.
- Hot air doesn’t rise, it’s pushed up.
- If you bought real doughnut holes, you wouldn’t get anything.
- Evolutionists don’t say humans evolved from apes, only antievolutionists make that statement.
- The heart rests more than it works.
- Aspirin is a specific chemical (acetylsalicylic acid), not a generic name for a group of chemicals.
- Dihydrous monoxide is not hazardous, but certain dissolved stuff in it can be.
- Potatoes are enlarged underground stems, not roots.
- No snake grabs its tail to roll downhill … but that would be interesting to see. Hmmm … the Hoop Snake?
…. and now you know.
Thanks to Basic Blaganomics and Lester’s Legends for the Premio Dardos Award.
“With the Premio Dardos is to recognize the values that each blogger uses to transmit cultural values, ethical, literary, personal, etc.. that, in short, demonstrate their creativity through the thought that is alive and remains intact from their letters, between his words. These stamps were created with the intention of promoting fraternization between bloggers, a way of showing affection and gratitude for a job that adds value to the Web.”
I look at myself as a small drop in an ocean of information, and if I can toss in a useful tidbit, that’s great. My approach is simple: Be nice and be fair because there are too many who aren’t. Besides, writing is a good release.
Now if I just figure out how to put this image on my sidebar.
1) View the image of the stamp;
2) Link the blog for which you received the alert;
3) Choose 12 other blogs to those who deliver the Premio Dardos.
4) And tell everyone, of course.