Daily Haiku

Drawer wave upset
Tango chorus of memories
Ugly birds fly  good and bad

Did you know…

… that today is the birthday of Gertrude Ederle, swimmer (1906); Doug Flutie, football (1962); John Heisman, football (1869); Pele, soccer (1940); Chi Chi Rodriquez, golf (1934); and Mike Tomczak, football (1962). Celebrate their birthdays by getting active outside. It’ll do you good! 🙂


Today’s Inspirational Quote:

“I often warn people: Somewhere along the way, someone is going to tell you, ‘There is no “I” in team.’ What you should tell them is, ‘Maybe not. But there is an “I” in independence, individuality and integrity.”

Strategy . and Martial arts

Let Aeshia is a defensive and offensive martial art that focuses on beating your opponent by constantly shifting both your and your opponents center of gravity. The primary focus lies on both throws and grapples and it often relies on the strength and agility of the defender.

The biggest strength of Let Aeshia is an adaptability to personal styles, strength and weaknesses. By capitalizing the blocks of your challenger your opponent may become infuriated or just frustrated, which just helps pave the road to victory.

On the other hand the biggest weakness of Let Aeshia is a lack of ground techniques. Once you’re on the ground your own strengths may prove to be lacking.

Hand Gestures/ Body Language

Raising your right hand with the palm towards your face, thumb and three fingers forming a circle and one finger fully stretched is a gesture that expresses you, another person or a situation is crazy or out of control in the province of Vufril.

Holding your left hand, with the palm towards someone else, thumb and one finger forming a circle and three fingers half clenched, against your right hand with the palm towards your face, one finger fully stretched and the other four fully clenched is a gesture that conveys you’re sorry in the province of Fedrye.

Micro, Red Entrepreneur A Concrete Poem

Micro, Red Entrepreneur

A Concrete Poem

Presented as text

quite Red
StartUp!                it
StartUp!               like
A StartUp                like
ever so StartUp      StartUp
a     I don’t like the fact that it
like I don’t like the fact that it
like antidisestablishmentarianism                    it
Why are they so cunning?                      all StartUp
Why are they so cunning?                   cough mixture
quite Red ever so Medium                 all StartUp
Scale     quite Capital       at the perfect girl
ever so Micro   decidedly Marketplace
One afternoon I said to myself
whilst watching the ghost
betrayed by the cheese
near the sandcastle
positively StartUp
quite Capital
all StartUp
ever so Medium
quite Capital
quite Capital
ever so Scale
at the perfect girl
near the sandcastle
betrayed by the cheese
Medium     the     like


Part of speech: adjective
Origin: German, 1870s

Describing an artificial substitute for something, usually of inferior quality


Simulated or imitation

Examples of Ersatz in a sentence

“It may have been on sale, but the ersatz cheese was so bad that no one could stomach it.”

“The antique dealer was caught trying to sell ersatz vases, forcing him to go out of business. “

30+ Reflection Riddles With Answers To Solve – Puzzles & Brain Teasers And Answers To Solve 2019 – Puzzles & Brain Teasers

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Two Camels Riddle

The two camels were facing each other the entire time. Hence facing in opposite directions.

Did you answer this riddle correctly?