I think the one of the best things I did when I was younger was to work. I think it helped create the work ethic I have today and give me a sense of value in live. I had jobs from mowing lawns, pushing carts, bagging groceries, life guard, restaurant cook, bartender, restaurant and bar manager, caterer etc. I was thinking the other day how I wish I still had summer vacations where I can get an odd job for a few months. I always loved and enjoyed seeing the inner workings of a business and what makes them functional and profitable. Also the perks that every job has. I think the best perks I had at a job had to been the free food working at a restaurant.
I was a a fruit market the other day and saw all the workers that got to work with the produce all day and they all seemed rather happy. I wouldn’t mind working at a fruit and vegetable market.
On another note. Why did girls always get the super kush job of babysitting. My sisters would always get asked to babysit but I only got asked maybe once when all the neighborhood girls were unavailable and I was the absolute last option for my neighbors. When I grow up, I’m going to ask only guys to babysit my kids. I think I would have been a way better babysitter than most girls. Guys have more fun and are more creative anyway. Everyone can order pizza hut for the kids too.
Elephants’ deepest calls can thunder up to 6 miles (10 kilometers) away. Now, researchers have learned for the first time how the massive animals produce these sounds.
It turns out that they do it in the same way that humans talk, pushing air through their vocal cords to make them vibrate. Elephants can go much lower than humans, however, because their vocal cords are eight times longer.
“The sounds the elephants make are off the piano keyboard,” said study researcher Christian Herbst, a voice scientist at the University of Vienna, Austria. In fact, at less than 20 hertz in frequency, the main components of these ultra-deep calls aren’t detectable to the human ear.
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