From time to time I go through the “Keywords” section of Google Analytics and search for typical question words1) to see what people were looking for when they arrived on my site. In the “Your Question Answered” I try to answer the questions that probably remained unanswered previously.
In this issue:
Germany is one of the leading nations in recycling household waste. Basis of the recycling system is separating different garbage types into different bins. The most common types are glass, paper, packaging2) and “the rest”, some households also have a “bio bin” for bio-degradable (kitchen-) waste.
So Germans are a bit crazy in terms of recycling, but of course there's no special bin for vacuum cleaner dust . The dust simply goes to the bin for “the rest”.
Split-brain is a condition where the bridge between two hemispheres of the brain is damaged or completely broken. This usually has effect on all things where both halves of the brain need to work together. So it has no benefits at all usually.
There's one exception though: for patients suffering from heavy epilepsy a split-brain operation can sometimes be the last way to better their condition.
There are probably as many options as there are image tools. In Gimp you can do it like this:
Probably the same as every other airline. Wash and reuse them.
You know you’re getting a new or freshly washed blanket if it’s wrapped in plastic.
Usually around the end of March, but sometimes we have to wait until May for some decent sunny days.
The simplest way to find a rough number is to to have a look at the welcomebot account. This bot will automatically greet every new user. Just follow the link to the newest user and check out its User ID in the sidebar.
I just checked – the current ID is 200674. Of course this number also includes deleted, inactive and spam accounts.
That's simple. The official rules state:
Any item not designated Big is considered Small.
So if there isn't the word “Big” (or “Groß” on my German edition) on the card it is considered small, even if the item needs two hands for holding.
They are 5.6×8.7cm, at least in my German edition by Pegasus Spiele.