• About M Z

    Blogger, writer, dappling in poetry and freelancing in Web and Graphic Design.

    http://www.liferiddles.net/

    Why our kids are smarter than us?

    by  • June 19, 2011 • Kids • 2 Comments

    You say:”I swear; Kids get smarter everyday!”; While “Smart” is a relative term; from tying their own shoe to solving complicated Algebra equations, you cannot deny the fact that our kids are exceeding the marks we set when we were at their age. Kids are growing faster and getting to know things we only heard […]

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    Blogger Pains

    by  • June 18, 2011 • Blogging, Poetry • 8 Comments

      Welcome to my blog My own piece Of the web It might be stuffy It might be shiny But So is my crib I have banners I have social I have images to the nose My special slider Will annoy you It will make you anal You want to hit “Close” Close Close! Don’t […]

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    My Mouse is Haunted!

    by  • June 6, 2011 • Blogging • 5 Comments

    My computer Mouse that is! I usually use a wireless mouse; but I had to change it to a wired one for a minute and the mystery started: When I browse the web; pages start to open by themselves! You might think it happens on creepy sites or questionable ones; I do not go there […]

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    The World Did Not End-Now What?

    by  • May 25, 2011 • Life • 3 Comments

    There will be more “End of the World” to follow! It looks like there is always somebody; somewhere in that precious world of ours who comes forth with: Hear… Hear…The End is here! And regardless of the motivations and the physiological markup of such prophets and their so called “Doomsday Prophecies”; we wake up the […]

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    To catch a Bus!

    by  • May 21, 2011 • Daily Matters, Life • 5 Comments

    A great chunk of Americana Culture is the U S of A is built around cars: Turn on your TV and you will see the Buy Me, lease me and Rent me for them every 15 minutes or so, Set in a traffic jam for a few hours and you will start to envy those […]

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