Some interesting knowledge about a little known European country, like: 92% of the population speaks one foreign language 55% speak two foreign languages it is among the fastest internet speeds in the world Video by Vimeo user TAPE.
NOT ONLY is Utah one of the most underrated states in America, but it is also one of the most geographically diverse, and these 10 photographs 15 prove it.
Photo: San Diego Shooter 1. Your kid has been Disneyland at least three times this year. What is a once-in-a-lifetime trip for other families is a standard Saturday for your family.
Photo: Matteo Staltari 1. A Lithuanian doesn’t have dirty mind, but sometimes he can have very, very “curly thoughts” (garbanotos mintys).
Photo: LeoAmadeus VITORIA, Spain — For a region that long appeared to entertain Western Europe’s most radical separatist tendencies, the Basque Country seems strangely unmoved by the winds of independence blowing across other parts of the continent.
“What each must seek in this life never was on land or sea. It is something out of his own unique potentiality for experience, something that never has been and never could have been experienced by someone else.” “You are the hero of your own story.” ~ Joseph Campbell The hero’s journey is an ancient storytelling pattern discovered and popularized by the the great mythologist and scholar Joseph Campbell.
Photo: Lars Lundqvist 1. Ogooglebar | Ungoogleable Something or someone who brings up not result when searched in Google.
Follow Matador on Vimeo Follow Matador on YouTube FilmSpektakel spent 2 years capturing 600 unbelievable time-lapse clips of Austria’s cities and landscapes.
Photo: wapster 1. Curry abroad (even in India) just doesn’t cut the mustard. There is a certain taste of English curry that you just can’t find overseas.
Photo: Jared Zimmerman 1. We have our own language: Pittsburghese. Yinz. Dippy eggs. Daahntahn. N’at.
Photo: Franz & P 1. Principle wins over your independence — and over your social life. America, where is your public transportation?
Photo: Chlobot 1. Bea’s If your server sees the slightest hint of a bare bowl, they’ll snatch up the current smorgasbord of food and replace it with fresher and hotter bowls of fried chicken, peach cobbler, fried okra, turnip greens, new potatoes, pinto beans, buttered yeast rolls, and coleslaw.
Photo: Patrick I’ve been traveling nonstop with my son since 2009. Not only have we traversed new lands and experienced new cultures together, we’ve also journeyed through a range of developmental stages as my son grows into an adult.
Federal minimum wage in the US stands at $7.25 an hour. It may not sound so low, but it is. If an employee works full time at the current minimum wage, that worker’s annual salary would be about $15,000.
Photo: clappstar A new study from Concordia has been testing whether early second-language education could promote higher acceptance levels of social and physical diversity.
Photo: Talarico’s 1. We only eat McDonald’s. It has been months since I last ate at McDonald’s. The only time anyone really eats at McDonald’s is during a particularly shameful hangover or possibly during times of impoverishment.
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Photo: Jared Zimmerman 1. Call Utah a “flyover state.” Seriously? You can’t call us a “flyover state” and then sneak in to use our world-class ski resorts in the winter or our red rock hiking trails in the summer.
Photo: Thomas Hawk 1. Part of the city is literally named Skid Row. And it lives up to its name. With all the hype about Downtown LA’s recent revitalization, one could be forgiven for forgetting that thousands of people live on the streets there.
Photo: decar66 1. You say “opa” instead of sorry when you mess up. You just bumped into a stranger, stepped on their foot and nearly crushed it by accident.