All you need to know about me to know everything you need to know about me – or that is capable of being known – is that the following vid is the funniest thing I’ve ever encountered:




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  1. Vehicle collisions

    A moose’s body structure, with a large heavy body suspended on long spindly legs, makes these animals particularly dangerous when hit by motor vehicles. Such collisions are often fatal for both the moose and motorist. This has led to the development of a vehicle test in Scandinavia referred to as the “moose test” (Swedish: Älgtest, German: Elchtest). Generally, upon impact the bumper of the car will break the moose’s legs. The main body of the moose will then collide with the windscreen, often with disastrous effect to both motorist and animal. In a collision of this nature, a car’s airbags may not deploy or be of much use if they do.[25]

    Moose warning signs are used on roads in regions where there is a danger of collision with the animal. The triangular warning signs common in Sweden, Norway and Finland have become coveted souvenirs among the many German tourists traveling in these countries, and authorities have had to issue warnings that it is dangerous and criminal to remove these signs.[citation needed]
    Swedish moose warning sign

    Norwegian newspaper Aftenposten estimated in January 2008 that some 13,000 moose had died in collisions with Norwegian trains since 2000. The state agency in charge of railroad infrastructure (Jernbaneverket) plans to spend 80 million Norwegian kroner to reduce collision rate in the future by fencing the railways, clearing vegetation from near the tracks, and providing alternative snow-free feeding places for the animals elsewhere.[26]

    In the Canadian province of New Brunswick, collisions with moose are frequent enough that all new highways have fences to prevent moose from accessing the road, similar to how it has long been done in Finland, Norway and Sweden. Demonstratively, Highway 7 between Fredericton and Saint John, which has one of the highest frequencies of moose collisions in the province, does not have these fences, although it is extremely well signed.[27]

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  2. I love your site. Keep it up !


  3. paulboylan Says:

    Do you have a boyfriend?


  4. I am currently putting together a manuscript for publication. I would like your permission to include the following material with this publication: Invisible Man In A Suit – image from your site.

    If this is not your original image can you please tell me who to contact to use this image.


  5. Hi, nice to meet you !


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  8. Don’t be an idiot.


  9. Hello,

    I’m a Graduate Intern at The Breastfeeding Center for Greater Washington. I wanted to know if I could use the image of the baby yawning on one of my PowerPoint slides? I was told that I would need your permission.




  10. It isn’t my photo. I cannot provide the permission you seek. I obtained the photo from somewhere on the Internet.

    However, if you are using the photo for educational purposes and aren’t going to make any money off of it (like charging admission to a seminar or event) then your use would be a “fair use” that doesn’t require permission from the copyright holder.


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