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First Derm is an app that allows you to anonymously send two pics of your wiener to a doctor for $ 40 and get an STD analysis within 48 hours. Does it itch so bad you might actually scratch your peenor off in the meantime? Go to the clinic immediately. The company also offers the same service for skin conditions not associated with penises. Cool, but what can you do for a lazy eye?
The diagnosis costs $ 40, but cutting out the awkwardness of a doctor’s visit is most likely worth it. Additionally, 70 percent of the cases can be treated with over-the-counter medications, so chances are you won’t have to step foot in a doctor’s office at all, according to their site. Despite the fact that the app has expanded to detect other skin ailments, 70 percent of the photos First Derm receives are “below the waist,” according to Techcrunch. That’s saying something considering you can get a diagnosis for more than 90 different skin conditions.
First of all, there are plenty of pictures of every single kind of dick rash here on the internet. You just have to go look at them and you should be able to identify what you’ve got. “I don’t want to look at another man’s wiener.” WELL TOO BAD, that’s the price you pay for not wrapping it up in the first place. Remember kids — penises really can fall off. Thanks to Thaylor H, who agrees there’s at least one rich pervert out there sending a ton of these things knowing for every $ 40 somebody has to look at his pecker.
This is a viral advertisement for DHL shipping that involves pranking the other significant shipping business by utilizing them to send out giant chilled boxes with heat-reactive printing that reads ‘DHL IS FASTER’ when warm. Sure, brilliant prank, but still– inadequate sportsmanship. I didn’t understand the shipping industry was such a mug-slinging project. You desire me to inform what shipping service is the best? They all suck. If you desire something to show up on time and unbroken you’ll have simply as much luck shooting it out of a cannon. Keep going with the video.
This is a viral advertisement for DHL shipping that includes pranking the other major shipping business by utilizing them to send giant chilled boxes with heat-reactive printing that checks out ‘DHL IS FASTER’ when warm. Sure, clever prank, but still– poor sportsmanship. I didn’t understand the shipping industry was such a mug-slinging campaign. You desire me to inform what shipping service is the very best? They all suck. If you desire something to arrive on time and unbroken you’ll have simply as much luck shooting it out of a cannon. Keep going for the video.
This is a viral ad for DHL shipping that involves pranking the other major shipping companies by using them to send giant chilled boxes with heat-reactive printing that reads ‘DHL IS FASTER’ when warm. Sure, clever prank, but still — poor sportsmanship. I didn’t know the shipping industry was such a mug-slinging campaign. You want me to tell what shipping service is the best? They all suck. If you want something to arrive on time and unbroken you’ll have just as much luck shooting it out of a cannon. Keep going for the video.
Square has just announced that it has acquired Evenly, a company that was built to make it easy for friends to send and receive payments for splitting bills and other expenses. The company was founded in 2012, and was similar in concept to Venmo, an NYC-based startup that was acquired by Braintree last year.
Evenly offered a mobile app that let people send and receive requests for funds from their contacts list, organized around events and experiences. For each participant in a pool, it would list what a user owed and what they’d already paid, if any, and you could see progress towards the total cost of an event displayed visually, as well as send reminders to all parties involved that they have to pay up. There’s also an activity feed that tracks progress and adds a social element to the bill sharing.
Evenly will remain open and active until January 15, 2014 for existing users, and the team says on its own blog that it will give existing users “plenty of time” to get money out of the app and finish collections. Users can find out more here at an FAQ designed to guide those who will be transitioning off of the service. The app has been removed from the App Store, however, and new user registrations are turned off completely.
On Square’s Engineering blog, the payment company’s Product Engineering Lead Gokul Rajaram says that the Evenly team will be working on “seller initiatives,” and it seems likely this is designed to bring Evenly’s talented five-person engineering and design team into the fold to boost Square Cash and help it continue to ‘square’ off against the now Braintree-owned Venmo and Google Wallet.
how far could you send a laser and image from the light like a camera; how far sending radio signals?
Question by farklemairgle1: how far could you send a laser and image from the light like a camera; how far sending radio signals?
Answer by alooo…
Solid-state lasers have lasing material distributed in a solid matrix (such as the ruby or neodymium:yttrium-aluminum garnet “Yag” lasers). The neodymium-Yag laser emits infrared light at 1,064 nanometers (nm). A nanometer is 1×10-9 meters.
Gas lasers (helium and helium-neon, HeNe, are the most common gas lasers) have a primary output of visible red light. CO2 lasers emit energy in the far-infrared, and are used for cutting hard materials.
Excimer lasers (the name is derived from the terms excited and dimers) use reactive gases, such as chlorine and fluorine, mixed with inert gases such as argon, krypton or xenon. When electrically stimulated, a pseudo molecule (dimer) is produced. When lased, the dimer produces light in the ultraviolet range.
Dye lasers use complex organic dyes, such as rhodamine 6G, in liquid solution or suspension as lasing media. They are tunable over a broad range of wavelengths.
Semiconductor lasers, sometimes called diode lasers, are not solid-state lasers. These electronic devices are generally very small and use low power. They may be built into larger arrays, such as the writing source in some laser printers or CD players
the final result
so with the optical frequencies of 10^14 Hz the distance travelled will be around 10,000 kms with a loss as low as 0.16db/km and a repeater at that distance
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Prior to an all-hands conference with CBS business on Wednesday, CNET staffers supposedly thought that their parent company may reverse its policy banning evaluations of the Hopper DVR and Aereo. Instead, as Jim Romenesko reports, CBS was stubborn. Not just might CNET’s testimonials group not cover the Hopper DVR, reporters apparently can not compose positively of the product at all.
This account appeared in media reporter Jim Romenesko’s blog site, supported by meetings of multiple CNET staffers. It suggests that CNET and its parent company are still at probabilities over what constitutes editorial disturbance. Troubles that appear minor to CBS are major for CNET. It provides no resolution of the bothersome distinction in between information and reviews that CBS is …
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What The — I’d Be Sending A Thank-You: Man Sues BMW Claiming Motorcycle Ride Gave Him 20-Month Erection
Picture unrelated: not the same bike.
Henry Wolf went on a four-hour motorcycle ride in September 2010 and claims he’s had a constant erection ever since. Gee, maybe you have a thing for motorcycles — you ever think about that? But now Mr. Wolf has hired a lawyer (read: boner chaser) and is suing BMW and the manufacturer of the seat (Corbin-Pacific) for damages because he’s been left “unable to engage in sexual activities.” What the?! Isn’t a boner actually THE ONE THING YOU DO NEED to engage in sexual activities? You can’t go blaming BMW for being socially awkward.
Thanks to FloorMatt and Michael-C, who heard through the grapevine that motorcycles give me boners too but you won’t hear me complaining about it unless this dude actually wins in which case OW OW OW MY EYE.
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Question by Doc T: How do I remove email and facebook contacts when sending a text on Android?
I have Samsung Droid Charge running Android 2.3.6 and when I try and text someone it includes phone number contacts, emails, and facebook profiles. I only want the phone numbers to show up. How do I do this without remove gmail and facebook from my phone?
Answer by Cindy
hope it can help you
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Question by Rain: Which is much better on sending money to my cousin in the Philippines, Western Union or Xoom?
Aside from bank accounts.. I want something cheaper and faster way on sending money to the Philippines, do you have any suggestions? Please let me know on how will or the requirements of the recipient on claiming the money. Thank you.
Answer by monk
I have good experiences with Westen Union and still using them
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