March 30, 2011

8 Facts to remember when Drinking

by Prashant Kumar Sharma

Blood alcohol content, or BAC, is a measurement by volume of alcohol in your body. It can be taken with a blood test or with a breathalyzer.

Just The Facts:

  1. An individual’s BAC (Drunkenness) is subject to many variables, and cannot be determined simply by counting the number of drinks consumed.
  2. Alcohol absorbs into your body in your intestines, and it absorbs at a constant rate, no matter how fast or slow you drink. Continue reading
February 27, 2011

50 Fight Club Quotes

by Prashant Kumar Sharma

Gentlemen – Welcome to Fight Club. It’s time for change. We have to stop living a boring, robotic life where everything is a copy of a copy of a copy – as Tyler says. We have to wake the fuck up and understand that life is not what they’re telling us. Society is feeding us a lie – and that lie has to stop, today… now. There’s no more time for bullshit, no more time and no more tolerance for mind washing. We want the truth, we want freedom – not slavery.

This site took the red pill – and it will make you take it too. Fight Club is probably the best movie of the last decade – Fight Club is more than a movie and more than a book – it’s a cult, a philosophy that will open your eyes and make you free and strong.

1. “Let’s evolve, let the chips fall where they may” Continue reading

February 26, 2011

Secrets behind Body Gestures !

by Prashant Kumar Sharma

Body gestures say a lot about a person – whether they look up or scratch their nose, or even tilt their head. Now, body language expert Peter Collett, author of the ‘Book Of Tells’ talks about the different gestures people make and what they mean.

1.    Scratching nose: When you’re not telling the truth, you instinctively want to cover up the source of the lie – your mouth – so no one can see you’re fibbing. But because that’s too obvious, people disguise it by scratching their nose.

2.    Looking up: If you look up, you’re seeking help from above. People with a sense of self-importance also do it, suggesting they’re in contact with the Almighty. Blinking: It’s a sign someone’s worried, excited or even lying as they’re under stress and thinking very rapidly. Continue reading

January 4, 2011

The Meaning of RSVP

by Prashant Kumar Sharma

What RSVP Means

The term RSVP comes from the French expression “répondez s’il vous plaît”, meaning “please respond”. If RSVP is written on an invitation it means Continue reading

January 2, 2011

2010 in review

by Prashant Kumar Sharma

The stats helper monkeys at WordPress.com mulled over how this blog did in 2010, and here’s a high level summary of its overall blog health:

Healthy blog!

The Blog-Health-o-Meter™ reads This blog is on fire!. Continue reading

September 30, 2010

Protected: personal stuff

by Prashant Kumar Sharma

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July 2, 2010

Windows Run Commands, List of 255+ Run Commands

by Prashant Kumar Sharma
July 1, 2010

How to Turn Off Autoplay XP Home for USB Sticks

by Prashant Kumar Sharma

How to turn off auto-play XP home edition for USB flash drives.

Windows XP Home edition requires a different method to turn off the USB auto play function than XP Professional .

It’s not difficult to turn off the USB auto-play, just a couple easy steps. Continue reading

June 14, 2010

Background Image for USB Window : USB Hack

by Prashant Kumar Sharma

This simple, quick USB hack will show you how to create a background image.

To perform this simply copy the following information: Continue reading

June 11, 2010

Football Simplified – A Simple Guide to World Cup 2010

by Prashant Kumar Sharma

To make things short and sweet, there are two teams each comprising of 11 players excluding any substitute players and the main idea is for each team to score goals in the opposing team’s goal area.

The cards

A Yellow Card is shown by the referee to indicate that a player has been officially cautioned. In football a player can still continue playing if he gets a yellow card, but if he receives a second caution (shown the yellow card again) and then he’s given a Red Card Continue reading