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In einigen Stunden ist es soweit! Der Countdown zum 21.12.2012 wird gestartet.
Maya 2012. Was wird passieren? Geht die Welt unter?
Noch glauben wir an ein Weihnachten danach, aber wer kann schon sagen, was im laufe dieser Woche noch alles passiert..
Verfolgt es mit auf www.iserundschmidt.de
Der 21.12.12 - Der Tag an dem laut den Maya die Welt untergehen soll.
Nur noch ein paar Tage dann läuft der 7-Tage Countdown auf unserer Webseite!
Just a quick one before we all leave for tonight to transform into nightmares and hunt the streets.
Ever wondered how many people really died in some of the famous Alfred Hitchcock movies? We searched, found and illustrated it!
How was that fact… if animals in movies are hurt, things get real!
Enjoy your creepy night with friends, (Hitchcock?) movies, a party or however you see fit!
The past days germany finally gave us some well deserved sunny “summer”-days. We decided to take this as a chance to feature the Caipirinha in our cocktail series. This drink is definitely one that fits the image of summer, beach and fun best.
So mix it, enjoy and let’s bath in the sun for today!
With Halloween waiting around the corner, it’s time to plan how the party is going to be. Did you think about the drinks? No? Fear not for we have brought back the good old Bloody Mary! Probably one of the best cocktails for this time of the year.
Have a bloody good time!
We can no longer deny it - summer is over. For those of you who just can’t accept this we made an infographic/recipe poster. Now you can mix yourself a warm and cozy sunset. If you drink it to get warmer inside or just stare at it to try to feel the warmth of the summer is up to you!
This chap here is one of our hard workers in the graphic department.
Quite the noble one but we’re glad to have Sir Mac of Tosh in our team!
Funfact: You can get a good approximation of the moon’s diameter just by using your thumb held at arm’s length and by knowing the distance between moon and earth.
The formula is:
(width thumb (1 cm) / arm’s length (1 m)) x distance moon (384 401 km) = Ø moon
We really appreciate having smart-phones around us but it is true: We invest much more money to keep them protected with cases, insurance and other things than we used to with our old mobile-phones. These old ones back then were really indestructible.
Which ones do you prefer?