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Hi, I’m Abigail Arrindell. Or Abby or B or any other name you feel like calling me. If you’re Spanish and pronounce my name that way I’ll most likely answer to that too. In the summer of 2015 I will be a freshman at the University of Florida (GO GATORS!) and will be continuing my studies there until I graduate in 2019. I attend the Jacksonville First SDA church and help out with Pathfinder Radio, though, as college approaches my stable church may change. For fun I like to knit and play tennis and read. In high school I was a part of the knitting club and we managed to make over 200 scarves for the homeless.
To me, living a life on fire is just that, living. As a Christian we live our lives in a new perspective, in the perspective of Christ. To be on fire is to live by example. The things I do in my life have no especial significance to me. The fact I will never eat pork or shrimp or go to a collegiate football game is not something I miss. My life is on fire! Yet, if asked, I can thoroughly explain to you my reasons for doing it. I can pull out my handy dandy Bible, say a prayer, and show you texts as I explain my justification for not doing those things. Living a life on fire, in my perspective, is living life without a caricature of who you are as a Christian and what you stand for. Be on fire! Be the bush that burns and has people removing their shoes in worship to God.
THE FOLLOWING ARE ALL GRAMMATICALLY CORRECT.
+"Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo"
+"Colorless green ideas sleep furiously"
+James, while John had had "had", had had "had had"; "had had" had had a better effect on the teacher.
+"Time flies like an arrow; fruit flies like a banana"
+That that exists exists in that that that that exists exists in.
+ "That that is, is. That that is not, is not. Is that it? It is."
+If it is it, it is it. If it is, it is it, it is!
+That that exists exists in that that that that exists exists in
1.My sister bet me a hundred dollars I couldn't build a car out of spaghetti.
You should've seen the look on her face as I drove pasta!
2. How many South Americans does it take to change a lightbulb?
3.What kind of bagel can fly?
A plain bagel
4.Where do animals go when their tails fall off?
The retail store
5.Why can’t you hear a pterodactyl going to the bathroom?
Because the "P" is silent
6.How is imitation like a plateau?
They're both the highest form of flattery
7.What’s the best thing about living in Switzerland?
I don't kn ow but the flag is a big plus
8. What does Batman get in his drinks?
9.What sport do you play with a wombat?
10. Goodbye boiled water, you will be mist.
11.Tried to take a photograph of some fog. Mist
1. The longest time between two twins being born is 87 days.
2. The world’s deepest postbox is in Susami Bay in Japan. It’s 10 meters (32 ft) underwater.
3. In 2007, an American man named Corey Taylor tried to fake his own death in order to get out of his cell phone contract without paying a fee. It didn’t work.
4. In 1923, jockey Frank Hayes won a race at Belmont Park in New York despite being dead — he suffered a heart attack mid-race, but his body stayed in the saddle until his horse crossed the line for a 20–1 outsider victory.
5. Everyone has a unique tongue print, just like fingerprints.
6. Most Muppets are left-handed. (Because most Muppeteers are right-handed, so they operate the head with their favored hand.)
7. It costs the U.S. Mint almost twice as much to mint each penny and nickel as the coins are actually worth. Taxpayers lost over $100 million in 2013 just through the coins being made.
8. Casu marzu is a Sardinian cheese that contains live maggots. The maggots can jump up to five inches out of cheese while you’re eating it, so it’s a good idea to shield it with your hand to stop them jumping into your eyes.
9. Light doesn’t necessarily travel at the speed of light. The slowest we’ve ever recorded light moving at is 38 mph.
10. The loneliest creature on Earth is a whale who has been calling out for a mate for over two decades — but whose high-pitched voice is so different to other whales that they never respond.
11. During World War II, the crew of the British submarine HMS Trident kept a fully grown reindeer called Pollyanna aboard their vessel for six weeks (it was a gift from the Russians).
12. The first man to urinate on the moon was Buzz Aldrin, shortly after stepping onto the lunar surface.
13. The top of the Eiffel Tower leans away from the sun, as the metal facing the sun heats up and expands. It can move as much as 7 inches.
14. There’s an opera house on the U.S.–Canada border where the stage is in one country and half the audience is in another.
15. The katzenklavier (“cat piano”) was a musical instrument made out of cats. Designed by 17th-century German scholar Athanasius Kircher, it consisted of a row of caged cats with different voice pitches, who could be “played” by a keyboardist driving nails into their tails.
16. There is a single mega-colony of ants that spans three continents, covering much of Europe, the west coast of the U.S., and the west coast of Japan.
17. The largest snowflake ever recorded reportedly measured 15 inches across.
18. An epidemic of laughing that lasted almost a year broke out in Tanganyika (now Tanzania) in 1962. Several thousand people were affected, across several villages. It forced a school to close. It wasn’t fun, though — other symptoms included crying, fainting, rashes, and pain.
19. The Romans used to clean and whiten their teeth with urine. Apparently it works. Please don’t do it, though.
20. . There are around 60,000 miles of blood vessels in the human body. If you took them all out and laid them end to end, they’d stretch around the world more than twice. But, seriously, don’t do that either.