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Dan’s Top5 Internet Finds (3/23/2015)

Hi. Did you have a nice week? Maybe one of these things will improve your day. Like and share if you enjoy! 1. WEBSITE of the week Pretty cool.   2. GOOD JOBS of the week 3. LAUGH of the week 4. BOXING VIDEO of the week An hour of Mike Tyson KO's.   5. POOR CHOICES of the

Dan’s Top5 Internet Finds (3/16/2015)

THERE IS ONLY TIME TO LOOK AT THIS STUFF BELOW. 1. GIF of the week, month, year, EVER! 2. ANOTHER GOOD GIF of the week 3. VIDEO of the week This has over 5 million views in under a week. Deservedly so.... 4. NATURE QUOTES of the week Guy writes down things urban kids say

Dan’s Top5 Internet Finds (3/9/2015)

This is for you. Only you.  Also for anyone else. 1. CARTOON SKELETONS of the week 2. HOW YOU WILL LOOK RETIRED pics of the week 3. RICH DOGS of the week 4. WEBSITE of the week 5. PSYCHIC READINGS of the week    

Dan’s Top5 Internet Finds (3/2/2015)

It's March! Winter is almost over. OR IS IT?! We may never know. Here are some things I found on the world wide web recently. If you like it, like and share on Facebook, Twitters and all those other sites that people use to share things. 1. PIE CHARTS of the

Dan’s Top5 Internet Finds (2/22/2015)

I've been over in USA the past couple weeks so the Top5 has been on a little hiatus. HIATE no more. Here are the Top5 things I found recently on the internets! 1. ULTRASOUND PICS of the week No. It's definitely a gremlin! 2. ENGRISH T-SHIRTS of the week (MANY NAUGHTY WORDS) 3. BEST

Dan’s Top5 Internet Finds (1/26/2015)

I'm a day late but it's still Monday in USA! This Top5 is dedicated to Simon Naylor who asked me yesterday where the Top5 was. Thanks Simon! I hope you enjoy one of these 5 things I found this past week. Like and share on the 'ol Facebooks and Twitters. 1.

Why Education Fails in America

The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) publishes reports on a variety of economic factors including education in its member countries. It uses statistics on educational performance, class sizes, and teachers' salaries among others to create an annual report that ranks the performance of educational infrastructures. Unfortunately, this report