Make America Great again shirt for sale at Zazzle

Are you a Donald Trump supporter and a believer of his campaign? You can buy his “Make America Great Again” shirt at Zazzle for 16.95 US$ only.

You can buy this shirt by clicking the image, and it will redirect you to Zazzle.

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Funny Tweet of Dele Adebola

Nigerian football player Dele Adebola, who played for Bristol city, Birmingham, Nottingham Forest, Coventry, Crystal Palace, Hull, and Crewe.

IQ Ranking of Middle East nations

Average IQ of Middle East nations.

Israel – 94
Turkey – 90
Iraq – 87
Jordan – 87
Syria – 87
Lebanon – 86
Iran – 84
Libya – 84
Bahrain – 83
Egypt – 83
Kuwait – 83
Oman – 83
Saudi Arabia – 83
United Arab Emirates – 83
Yemen – 83
Qatar – 78

IQ Ranking by Country

This data was taken from the book IQ and the Wealth of Nations (2002) written by Richard Lynn, and Tatu Vanhanen.

intelligence quotient ranking by country

The top 5 is dominated by Asian countries with Hong Kong on top.

IQ Ranking Country IQ (Intelligence Quotient)
1 1 Hong Kong  107
2 2 Korea, South  106
3 3 Japan  105
4 Korea, North  105
4 5 Taiwan  104
5 6 Austria  102
7 Germany  102
8 Italy  102
9 Netherlands  102
6 10 Luxembourg  101
11 Sweden  101
12 Switzerland  101
7 13  Belgium  100
14 China  100
15 New
Zealand 
100
16 Singapore  100
17 United
Kingdom 
100
8 18 Hungary  99
19 Poland  99
20 Spain  99
9 21 Australia 98
22 Denmark  98
23 France  98
24 Iceland  98
25 Mongolia  98
26 Norway  98
27 United
States 
98
10 28 Canada  97
29 Czech
Republic 
97
30 Estonia  97
31 Finland  97
32 Latvia  97
33 Lithuania  97
11 34 Argentina 96
35 Belarus  96
36 Russia  96
37 Slovakia  96
38 Ukraine  96
39 Uruguay  96
40 Vietnam  96
12 41 Malta  95
42 Moldova  95
43 Portugal  95
44 Slovenia  95
13 45 Israel  94
46 Romania  94
14 47 Armenia 93
48 Bulgaria  93
49 Chile  93
50 Georgia  93
51 Ireland  93
52 Kazakhstan  93
53 Macedonia  93
54 Yugoslavia  93
15 55 Brunei 92
56 Cyprus  92
57 Greece  92
58 Malaysia  92
16 59 Costa Rica  91
60  Thailand  91
17 61 Albania  90
62 Croatia  90
63 Peru  90
64 Turkey  90
18 65 Cambodia  89
66 Indonesia  89
67 Laos  89
68 Suriname  89
19 69 Colombia  88
70 Venezuela  88
20 71 Azerbaijan 87
72 Brazil 87
73 Iraq  87
74 Jordan  87
75 Kyrgyzstan  87
76 Mexico  87
77 Samoa
(Western) 
87
78 Syria  87
79 Tajikistan  87
80 Tonga  87
81 Turkmenistan  87
82 Uzbekistan  87
21 83 Burma
(Myanmar) 
86
84 Lebanon  86
85 Philippines  86
22 86 Bolivia  85
87 Cuba  85
88 Morocco  85
89 Paraguay  85
23 90 Algeria  84
91 Dominican
Republic 
84
92 El Salvador  84
93 Fiji  84
94 Guyana  84
95 Honduras  84
96 Iran  84
97 Kiribati  84
98 Libya  84
99 Marshall
Islands 
84
100 Micronesia  84
101 Nicaragua  84
102 Panama  84
103 Papua New
Guinea 
84
104 Puerto Rico  84
105 Solomon
Islands 
84
106 Tunisia  84
107 Vanuatu  84
24 108 Afghanistan 83
109 Bahrain 83
110 Belize  83
111 Egypt  83
112 Kuwait  83
113 Oman  83
114 Saudi Arabia  83
115 United Arab
Emirates 
83
116 Yemen  83
25 117  Bangladesh 81
118 India  81
119 Maldives  81
120 Mauritius  81
121 Pakistan  81
122 Seychelles  81
123 Sri Lanka  81
26 124 Ecuador  80
125 Trinidad &
Tobago 
80
27 126 Comoros  79
127 Guatemala  79
128 Madagascar  79
28 129 Bahamas  78
130 Barbados  78
131 Bhutan  78
132 Cape Verde  78
133 Nepal  78
134 Qatar  78
29 135 Zambia  77
30 136 Antigua & Barbuda 75
137 Dominica  75
138 Grenada  75
139 St. Kitts &
Nevis 
75
140 St. Lucia  75
141 St.Vincent/Grenadines  75
31 142 Congo (Braz)  73
143 Mauritania  73
144 Uganda  73
32 145 Botswana  72
146 Chad  72
147 Haiti  72
148 Jamaica  72
149 Kenya  72
150 Lesotho  72
151 Mosambique  72
152 Namibia  72
153 South
Africa 
72
154 Sudan  72
155 Swaziland  72
156 Tanzania  72
33 157 Côte
d’Ivoire 
71
158 Ghana  71
159 Malawi  71
34 160 Burundi  70
161 Cameroon  70
162 Rwanda  70
35 163 Angola  69
164  Benin  69
165 Togo  69
36 166 Central African Rep.  68
167 Djibouti  68
168 Eritrea  68
169 Mali  68
170 Somalia  68
37 171 Niger  67
172 Nigeria  67
38 173 Burkina
Faso 
66
174 Gabon  66
175 Zimbabwe 66
39 176 Congo (Zaire)  65
40 177 61 Gambia  64
178 Liberia  64
179 Senegal  64
180 Sierra Leone  64
41 181 Ethiopia  63
182 Guinea  63
183 GuineaBissau 63
42 184 Equatorial Guinea  59
185 Sao
Tome/Principe 
59

Massive Underground City in Turkey

A massive ancient underground city was discovered in 1963 by a homeowner who wanted to renovate his house.

Nike was Founded on a Handshake

The internationally known sports brand Nike was founded by two Americans, namely Bill Bowerman a track and field coach, and Phil Knight, a middle-distance runner. Both are from Oregon.

The two were a match made in heaven. Bowerman was a running coach who was always tinkering anything to improve the running shoes for his runners. While Knight, was also a business graduate from Stanford University.

Initially, in 1964 they were just a distributor for a Japanese brand, Tiger. Both pledged 500$ each, shook hands and formed Blue Ribbon Sports. They ordered 300 pairs of Tiger shoes in January.

Nike founders

Since both of them had full-time jobs, they hired Jeff Johnson to run the fledging business for them. Johnson was also a runner himself.

The 1970s was the golden era of Blue Ribbon Sports. Johnson was a valuable asset for the company, he setup the mail-order system and the first retail store. He was the one who named their first product, Nike.

The Nike check logo, known worldwide as “Swoosh,” was designed by Carolyn Davidson, a graphic design student at Portland State University.

How adidas Got its Name?

I never really bothered how adidas (yep, small caps) got its name. I came to know this brand when I was probably 6 years old in the mid 1980s, it was so popular among adults back then.

Then I visited the adidas website recently, looking for the marketing department’s email, and while reading its short history, I discovered that the name “adidas” was actually the combination of the fist name and last name of its founder – Adi Dassler a german entrepreneur. Dassler’s full name is Adolf Dassler, so “Adi” is his nickname.

I love adidas for its durability.

adidas logo

Baby Boy doesn’t like Frozen

This cute little boy cries every time a song from the movie Frozen is played.

NBA Player Paul George breaks his Leg

Here is a still photo and video of Paul George, when he broke his right leg in a scrimmage for Team USA.

paul george leg

Paul George’s leg broke at the 3 second mark of the video.

SMH meaning

SMH – Shaking My Head or Stupid Minded Humans. It could mean you agree or in awe of something. The other meaning is you disagree or bash people you think are stupid.

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