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Survivalist Apps


The Following survivalist Apps are said to get you out of serious situations. These are the apps you should keep installed in case of emergency.

Red Panic Button

You hit the panic button and a message goes out to the emergency contacts you’ve specified in advance, together with a link to your current location. The paid upgrade also enables emergency services calling capability.

Red Panic Button (freemium) for Android and iOS

First Aid by American Red Cross

This First Aid app can help, giving detailed guidance for all kinds of problems, from asthma to a heart attack, and you can also call up the address of the closest medical center from inside the app itself.You can call 911 from inside the app as well and access various other handy resources.


You hold down the blue button if you feel vulnerable, then let go and enter a PIN when you’ve reached safety. If the PIN isn’t entered when the software button is released, then the app sends out an alert.The alert is sent to the local police who will be on their way using the location info provided by your phone—you don’t need to do anything else. The only downside is there’s a monthly subscription fee of $2.99 (or $29.99/year), but you can try it for free for 30 days.

SafeTrek ($2.99/month) for Android and iOS


Life360 Family Locator

There’s a Panic Alert feature built into the app that will take care of messaging the friends and family you choose via voicemail, email and notifications if you should get into trouble. The people you alert will also be able to see your last known location on a map.

Life360 Family Locator (free) for Android and iOS

SAS Survival Guide

No matter what life throws at you, this app can help. Adapted from the book written by a British SAS instructor, it covers just about every scenario imaginable when it comes to survival, from the berries you can eat to the knots you need to tie to the dangers to look out for.

SAS Survival Guide ($5.99) for Android and iOS




Google’s PhotoScan App


Google recently released an app called PhotoScan to make it easier for people that are tasked with digitizing photos. And you can download Google PhotoScan on iOS and Android.

The PhotoScan app opens up your smartphone camera and asks you to position a printed photo within the frame. After you line up the printed photo within the frame, you will need to tap on the shutter button. The shutter button triggers the flash and shows four white circles on the corners of the printed photo. Once you hover your phone camera above each white circle, PhotoScan will automatically crop, remove the light glare and enhance the photos. And after the photo is processed, you can manually adjust the corners and rotate as necessary.When you are finished digitizing your photos, you can save all of the scans to your camera roll with one tap. After the photos are added to the camera roll, you will see a confirmation and a button to open the Google Photos app where the scans can be viewed.


Food & Dining Trends For 2017


Korean food will be showing up at restaurant everywhere according to traveler. Korean Fried Chicken, five star buffets served on moving vehicles. Foodies are flocking to air , land and sea to get their food fixes. Fodors say 2017 will be the year for seafood.

The list for the World’s Best Restaurants

#1. Osteria Francescana, Modena, Italy
Chef: Massimo Bottura
Last year’s rank: 2
Average cost: Cost: €180-€200 (USD $234-$260).

2. El Celler de Can Roca, Girona, Spain
Chef: Joan Roca
Last year’s rank: 1
Average cost: €165-€195 (USD $184-$218)* 2015 pricing.

3. Eleven Madison Park, New York City
Chef: Daniel Humm
Last year’s rank: 5
Cost: $295, service-included.

4. Central, Lima
Chef: Virgilio Martinez and Pia Leon
Last year’s rank: 4
Average cost: s/319-s/398

5. Noma, Copenhagen
Chef: René Redzepi
Last year’s rank: 2
Cost: 1900 DKK (USD: $289).

6. Mirazur, Menton, France
Chef: Mauro Colagreco
Last year’s rank: 11
Average cost: €85-€210 (USD: $110-$273)

7. Mugaritz, Errenteria, Spain
Chef: Andoni Luis Aduriz
Last year’s rank: 6
Cost: €185 (USD: $240)

8. Narisawa, Tokyo
Chef: Yoshihiro Narisawa
Last year’s rank: 8
Cost: ¥25000 (USD: $233).

9. Steirereck, Vienna, Austria
Last year’s rank: 15
Average cost: €132-€142 ($171-$184)

10. Asador Etxebarri, Axpe, Spain
Last year’s rank: 13
Cost: €135 (USD $175)

11. D.O.M., Sao Paolo. Cost: 305-560 BRL (USD $88-$161)

12. Quintonil, Mexico City. Cost: 1300 pesos ($65).

13. Maido, Lima, Peru. Cost: n/a, a la carte raw fish.

14. The Ledbury, London. Cost: £105-£115 (USD $151-$166).

15. Alinea, Chicago. Cost: $175-$345.

16. Azurmendi, Larrabetzu, Spain. Cost: €145-€175 (USD $174-$210).

17. Piazza Duomo, Alba Italy. Cost: €200- €240 (USD $260-$312).

18. White Rabbit, Moscow. Cost: 8000 RUB. (USD $122).

19. L’arpege, Paris. Cost: €320-€380 (USD $415-$493).

20. Amber, Hong Kong. Cost: $1788-$2068 HKD (USD $230-$266)

21. Arzak, San Sebastian, Spain. Cost: €199 (USD $258).

22. Test Kitchen, Cape Town South Africa. Cost: 525r-1200r (USD $79).

23. Gaggan, Bankgok, Thailand. Cost: 3500 THB (USD $99)

24. Le Bernardin, New York City. Cost: $180-$215.

25. Pujol, Mexico City. Cost: 1725 pesos (USD $93).

26. The Clove Club, London. Cost: £65-£95 (USD: $94-$137).

27. Saison, San Francisco. Cost: $398.

28. Geranium, Copenhagen. Cost: 2000 DKK (USD: $304).

29. Tickets, Barcelona. Cost: a la carte tapas.

30. Astrid y Gaston, Lima, Peru. Cost: s/240-s/385 (USD $72-$116).

31. RyuGin, Tokyo. Cost: ¥27000 (USD $252).

32. Restaurant Andre, Singapore. Cost: S$350

33. Attica, Melbourne, Australia. Cost: $195 AUD ($154).

34. Restaurant Tim Raue, Berlin. Cost: €148-€198 (USD: $195-$257)

35. Vendome, Bergisch Gladbach, Germany. Cost: €190- €265 (USD $247-$344).

36. Borago, Santiago, Chile. Cost: 45,000-62,000 CLP (USD $66-$91)

37. Nahm, Bangkok. Cost: ฿2500 (USD $51).

38. De Librije, Zwolle, the Netherlands. Cost: €175.50-€195.50 (USD $228-$254)

39. Le Calandre, Italy. Cost: €200-€225. (USD $223-$251).

40. Relae, Copenhagen. Cost: 475-895 DKK (USD $75-$136)

41. Faviken, Sweden. Cost: 2200 SEK (USD $365).

42. Ultraviolet, Shanghai. Cost: ¥4,000 (USD $609, inclusive of pairings).

43. Biko, Mexico City. Cost: 1100 pesos (USD $65).

44. Estela, New York. Cost: a la carte

45. Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, London. Cost: £225 chef’s table (or a la carte)

46. Combal.Zero, Rivoli, Italy. Cost: €200 (USD $260).

47. Schloss Schauenstein, Austria. Cost: 235-259 SFr. (USD: $204-$267).

48. Blue Hill at Stone Barns, Pocatino Hills, New York. Cost: $238.

49. QuiQue Dacosta, Denia, Spain. Cost: €190 (USD: $247).

50. Septime, Paris. Cost: €65 (USD: $84).


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Arabian Princess Fashionista

Princess Deena Aljuhani Abdulaziz of Saudi Arabia isn’t just any royal. She is a mother of three, runs a fashion business called D’NA, nurtures emerging designers (past talents include Prabal Gurung, Jason Wu, Mary Katrantzou, and Erdem), and is editor in chief of Vogue Arabia.

The Princess Is All About Elegance in an Off-the-Shoulder White Gown

Her Outfits Fall Into the Modern and Feminine Silhouette Category

But Princess Deena Aljuhani Abdulaziz Can Look Sporty Too

The Princess's Coat Collection Is as Fierce as Anyone's

Princess Deena Aljuhani Abdulaziz Will Never Be Underdressed

A Fur Stole Gives Her Outfit That Luxurious Vibe

She Loves Her Ballgown Skirts

Like All Power Women, Red Is Definitely in Her Colour Wheel

She Finds Fresh Ways to Remix a White Button-Down — Like With a Poufy, Pink Skirt

The Princess Will Give Any Colour or Print a Try

And Will Even Wear Head-to-Toe Neon Green


Small Pox

The blankets

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First British Settlers

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Ahmad al-Farghani, during the ninth century had calculated the width of one degree of longitude at the equator, from which he deduced the earth’s circumference.

East India Company Flag Circa 1707

First President

Research from Wall Street 24/7 listed Washington as the wealthiest president of all time, with assets worth more than $500 million.

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The Supreme Court

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1. The Founding Fathers penned the first couple of drafts of the Declaration of Independence on hemp paper, since at the time at least 75 percent of all the world’s paper was made from cannabis hemp fiber. The democratic delegates eked out the document’s first and second drafts—completed on June 28th and July 2nd 1776, respectively—on Dutch hemp paper. The final document had a more official air, though, as it was printed on parchment

The Democratic Party’s donkey symbol was adopted in 1828, when, during an election, Andrew Jackson’s opponents called him a jackass. The Republican Party’s elephant symbol was adopted in 1874 after satirical cartoonist Thomas Nast drew an elephant, labeling it “the Republican vote.”

Washington was a savvy businessman who owned one of the largest distilleries in 18th century America, and by 1799 alone he was producing 11,000 gallons of whiskey. In 1797 George Washington’s farm manager, a Scot named James Anderson, convinced his employer that producing whiskey made from corn and rye grown on the plantation would be a natural complement to his milling business. Washington erected the 2,250 square foot distillery, making it among the largest whiskey distilleries in early America. Today, the two-story stone distillery is reconstructed and operates seasonally, mashing, fermenting and distilling grain as it was done in the eighteenth century.

  James Madison was only 5 feet 4 inches tall and weighed under 100 pounds.
As a young wrestler, Lincoln was defeated only once out of approximately 300 matches.
While in the Navy, Nixon realized that his friends were winning money at poker games. Wanting to get in on the action, Nixon had someone teach him poker and within a few months he won around $6,000. He used that money to fund his first congressional campaign.
Hoover’s son had two pet alligators that were permitted to run around throughout the White House.
The largest president in American history, Taft got himself stuck in the White House bathtub and had to call help to get himself out.
Warren G. Harding was not a very good gambler
In a poker game gone wrong, Harding lost the White House’s china collection.
Woodrow Wilson didn’t learn to read until he was 10 years old, Wilson is America’s most educated president. He is the only president to have earned a Ph.D., which he earned from John Hopkins University in political science and history.
Andrew Johnson was noticeably drunk during the inauguration ceremony after drinking too much whiskey beforehand.
ames A. Garfield was ambidextrous
Garfield was ambidextrous and could write Latin with one hand and Greek with other at the same time.
Chester A. Arthur was a huge sartorialist
Arthur owned 80 pairs of pants and was known for taking late night strolls around D.C. with his friends and sauntering back at three in the morning.
Benjamin Harrison was the first president to have electricity in the White House but was so terrified of getting electrocuted that he would never turn on the switches himself.








Hillary Clinton Book Coming Out

Hillary Clinton's Wiki-Leaked Goldman Sachs Speeches Get Book Date ... In January

 OR Books, an independent progressive publisher based in New York City, announced a January launch for the book, “Hillary Clinton: The Goldman Sachs Speeches.”The publisher has taken five of Clinton speeches — including the three she gave to Goldman Sachs for $675,000 a pop — and added on an introduction from the man responsible for leaking them, WikiLeaks founder (and the new darling of the alt-right) Julian Assange.

OR Books co-publisher Colin Robinson says it could print the Democratic candidate’s speeches in full under the legal doctrine of “fair use,” which allows the publication of copyrighted material for a limited or “transformative” purpose

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