I won’t be updating the blog next 2-3 days. I am going Mexico with my family and I will be there for 3 weeks or something. I will be adding stuff once I get there and find a cafe. But next 2-3 days my blog will be quiet :(, if anyone would like to share their own story on my blog or their article please email me the following email and I will get you an account so you can add your articles, or you can just send me and I will put it up.
Email – admin (at) stumblerz.com
Something I want to tell you my readers I am not a religious kind of guy. I believe in some stuff but I am more in to science and technology than old stuff. One thing that always happens to me is that most of my friends try to prove me wrong that there is GOD and there is heaven and there is hell. I am always having debates with friends and family but something that amazes me is that most of my friends who try to make me believe in God, don’t know anything about GOD themselves lol. So if you are someone like me who is always getting into being religious or atheist here is a good question to ask your religious friend I bet he will be lost. And then you can go on your rant..
Question to ask —>
Name the seven last Plagues?
Answer to expect —>
2. Sea turns to blood
3. Rivers turn to blood
4. People scorched by intense heat of sun
6. River Euphrates dries up
I bet you, most of your friends will run away after you ask this question, I have more of these stuff, so sign up for my RSS feed or bookmark me as I am always adding my daily rant and random stuff. Comments are always welcome, be friendly though.
I know lots of you love these Academy awards and Oscar awards kinda stuff. Today I thought I would share a cool fact, that being the weight of the Oscar awards Statue.
Recipients of the Academy Award, commonly known as the Oscar, always seem to be surprised at its weight. The Oscar was designed in 1928 by Cedric Gibbons (1983-1960), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer’s chief art director. The statuette depicts a knight standing on a reel of film and holding a crusader sword. Originally, Oscar was made of gold-plated bronze. Today the base of the twenty-four-karat gold-plated britannium statuette is black marble. Oscar is 13.5 inches tall and weighs 8.5 pounds.
There you go, now you know another cool fact..