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Wonder How: The President's Pimped Out Caddilac

Ever wonder what Obama rides around in?

General Motors has built Limo First, it is not so much a car as armored personnel involved in the Cadillac body. It is the codename of "diligence", but given its weight, wheelbase and the level of fuel-like protection, Caddy One has been nicknamed "the Beast."

The limousine carrying President Obama down Pennsylvania Avenue to the White House today is the latest in a long line of Cadillacs to join the First Fleet in recent years. Although GM and the Secret Service vehicle specs jealously and secrets, you can bet Obama's trip is the hardest, the most sophisticated car anywhere. Think of it as the equivalent of Air Force One street

Glove Gun - 4 Teh Lulz

  1. Get a disposable rubber glove. Do not use gloves for washing dishes. Cut the thumb, and you will find that the smaller the finger, the better the shot. 
  2. Find a roll of toilet paper or a roll of parchment paper or Glad-to be found in any supermarket, you can also use a small metal or plastic PVC pipe.
  3. Stretch the thumb on one end of the roll of toilet paper or a pipe and secure with tape. Make bullets for your gun or wrinkled little rocks pieces of paper or aluminum and can also be used marbles. To start a bullet, pull the glove finger backwards, then simply let go!

Elevator Hack

Going up? This picture will teach show you how to hack an elevator, making it go directly to the desired floor without stopping. If you're ever in a hurry or, heaven forbid, a genuine emergency and need to get to the bottom or top floor quickly, you'll be very happy you watched this how-to video. Learn how to enable the "express mode" in most any modern elevator with this great pushbutton hack!


How To Make a Home-Made Smoke Grenade!

Ever wanted to make your own cool Home-Made Smoke Grenade bomb with easy to make tools! Easy hack to do it at home!
Check out some homemade smoke grenade bombs in action!

Delivering More Life Hacks

Hope you enjoy these Life Hacks! Quite interesting!

Healing Points on your Body

Trigger points, a type of muscle stiffness, are the result of tiny contraction knots that develop in muscle and tissue when an area of the body is injured or overworked. Trigger points are something traditional doctors ignore, but they could be the one thing that has been overlooked in your case for years, if not decades.

A hallmark of trigger points is something called "referred" pain. This means that trigger points typically send their pain to some other place in the body, which is why conventional treatments for pain so often fail. Many health care practitioners wrongly assume that the problem is located where the pain is and therefore fail to assess the body correctly to find the cause of your pain.

I'm going to give you some valuable information about trigger points that I hope will encourage you to consider the possibility that trigger points may be the missing link in your quest for relief.

What Triggers a Trigger Point?

Trigger points can occur as a result of muscle trauma (from car accidents, falls, sports- and work-related injuries, etc.), muscle strain from repetitive movements at work or play, postural strain from standing or sitting improperly for long periods at the computer, emotional stress, anxiety, allergies, nutritional deficiencies, inflammation, and toxins in the environment. A single event can initiate a trigger point, and you can suffer the effects for the rest of your life if that trigger point is not addressed properly.

Why Trigger Points Cause Trouble

Your body's instinctive reaction to a harmful "event" is to protect itself. It does that by altering the way you move, sit, or stand, which puts abnormal stress on your muscles, tendons, ligaments, and joints. This produces strength and flexibility imbalances in your muscles, as well as postural dysfunctions throughout your body.

If that were not bad enough, your blood flow can become restricted and when that happens both your peripheral and central nervous systems will start to send out those "referred" pain signals, making assessment and treatment even trickier. That's why some experts believe that trigger points are the beginning stage of fibromyalgia. Can things get even worse? Keep reading.

Why You May Be Suffering

To better illustrate the process, here's an example of how one trigger point in one muscle can cause back pain, sciatica, or a herniated disc. The most common place for a trigger point is in the muscle of the lower back called the quadratus lumborum (QL), which is located just above your hips. Regardless of what kind of event sparks the trigger point, your QL will gradually become dysfunctional—that is, the QL will tighten and shorten. And as you limit its use, it will weaken.

As the QL becomes increasingly dysfunctional, it will alter the position of the pelvis. As the pelvis becomes dysfunctional, it will force the spine into an abnormal curvature that will put abnormal pressure on the disc. Over time, the disc will begin to bulge. This situation will get progressively worse, affecting your overall quality of life. Depression often follows. All of this from a single event that occurred in one moment in time.

Do You Have Trigger Points?

Everyone has trigger points; the question is degree. If you have lingering pain, tightness, or restriction of certain movements, it is a good bet that you are experiencing the effects of a trigger point. Trigger points may produce symptoms as diverse as dizziness, earaches, sinusitis, nausea, heartburn, false heart pain, heart arrhythmia, genital pain, and numbness in the hands and feet.

Trigger points can bring on headaches, neck and jaw pain, low back pain, sciatica, tennis elbow, and carpal tunnel syndrome—you name it. They are the source of joint pain in the shoulder, wrist, hip, knee, and ankle that is often mistaken for arthritis, tendonitis, bursitis, or ligament injury. If you think this is overkill, I suggest you read the book Why We Hurt: A Complete Physical & Spiritual Guide to Healing Your Chronic Pain, by Dr. Greg Fors, in which he explains precisely why so many different conditions are rooted in trigger points.

Here are a few more symptoms you should know about: If you have restless leg syndrome, you have TPs; if your teeth hurt, you have TPs; if your workouts have plateaued, you have TPs; if you have painful menses or irritable bowel syndrome, you have TPs.