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Nobody wants to diet they people diet because they have to

Do you know what I like about dieting? Nothing. Absolutely nothing. All of the foods that you like to eat have a certain percentage of sugar, carbs, or something else to make them taste good. Diets suck! The reason companies add sugar to everything is the fact that people don't like to eat cardboard! Food that is bad for you really does taste good and food that is good for you tastes bad, because it doesn't have the sugar, carbs, and preservatives that make it taste good.

Check out this example.

My wife and I are at a restaurant and looking over the menu.

My wife asks me, "Honey, do you see anything that looks good?"

I respond, "Everything on the menu looks good, but none of it I can have. I'm trying out a diet for the New Year."

"What can you have on your diet?"

"Things that taste like crap."

"Tell me how you really feel."

The waiter comes over and asks, "Do you have any questions."

"Yeah. I have some quest…

Creative Commons: Intellectual Capital Sharing Across the Internet

The bottom line is to give credit where credit is due. Creative Commons assures that what you can retain ownership over your creative content over the web.

The Internet is filled with images, music, books, and creative content. People from all walks of life have spent all sorts of time creating original content. Any time that you reference someone else's work, you are creating a copy of it and using it for your purpose. It doesn't matter if you're writing a thesis, a term paper, sampling a few seconds of music, or using a YouTube video as part of your work: you have to give credit where it is due. If it is a term paper or thesis, you use the MLA (Modern Language Association) or APA (American Psychological Association) to write your bibliography. For the online world, there is Creative Commons, which states to your readers that you can use another person's creative work.

What is "Creative Commons"?

The simple way to explain the definition of Creativ…