One of my old boyfriends was fond of latching onto certain phrases and finding ways to use them in all our conversations. It was really annoying. One of those phrases that he used a lot was "paradigm shift." I had never heard of paradigm shifts before I met him. (I didn't know how to count in binary on my fingers, either, before I met him.) He explained "paradigm shifts" as a kind of changing world view. One example of a paradigm shift is the shift from the belief that
Updated 28th October 2008 at 09:42 PM by Aiona
You might as well admit it. You have a guilty pleasure. Maybe it's the Big Mac. Maybe it's the Whopper. If you're a vegetarian, maybe it's those straight-to-the-hips seasoned fries. It's something you're not proud of liking, and it's probably mass-market stuff.
Well, my guilty pleasure is a designer fragrance - Givenchy Pi Neo.
What? Why on Earth would I feel
Unable to locate any reviews on the net. Am curious because the Perfumed Court is now selling these inexpensive scents.
Updated 21st April 2009 at 11:39 PM by kopah
Man without a nose (from the Nuremberg Chronicle, 1493)
If you think back to grade school, you will almost certainly remember the question. You were studying the senses of the human body. You had just learned what you already knew - that you had 5 basic senses: vision, hearing, touch, taste, and smell. The "sixth sense" was not yet a movie.
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