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It seems that 2020 was designed for failure. Probably enough to talk about bad days, when all of humanity had an extremely bad year. However, the curse of 2020 hit the people from our Bemorepand article especially hard, but despite this, they found the strength to talk about their failures.

 

Someone accidentally lost their fingers shortly before the delivery of a new guitar, someone almost nailed a woman with a violin, and the accident of a shepherd is better to see with your own eyes. Even if you quit your job, turn off the water, gas and electricity, and just lie on the floor doing nothing, then a tooth can easily fall out. We've all had a really bad year, but some of us might tell you more about it. Next up are 65 people whose 2020 was particularly lousy, and here's why.

 

1. You were like a brother to me!

 

2. “I'm going to move to a new home. Found a note on the table from the pest control that they were in the house recently. I called to see what they did with the cockroaches. They said nothing, because they didn't find any trace of cockroaches anywhere. So .. "

 

3.This house, too, will soon have to say goodbye

 

4. “I put on two different shoes this morning to get my wife's opinion. I forgot to change my shoes before going out, and I worked like this all day "

 

5. "The most expensive toy for a dog"

 

6. "Lost 2 fingers in an accident at work on the day my new guitar was delivered."

 

7. "It seems my pillow couldn't be washed in the washing machine."

 

8. This panda has completely lost her head

 

9. "A strong gust of wind blew my pipe"

 

10. Soft-boiled

 

11. Unsuccessful attempt to take a shortcut by running behind a street musician

 

12. "A candle accidentally leaked onto my new carpet."

 

13. How it all began and how it ended

 

14. "After a summer full of love .."

 

15. Glassware scattered in the oven

 

16. An ordinary day in the life of a shepherd

 

17. Dropped a can of paint from the steps

 

18. "My Xbox decided it would be a great idea to burn out after I leave the house."

 

19. "Tomorrow is my first day of distance learning"

 

20. “I went to play paintball with my friends. It seems that something went wrong "

 

21.Cooking fails

 

22.Ordinary school day

 

23.Shower fail

 

24.When you fail to instal the cat door

 

25.That cat is on his vibe

 

26.Nothing going wrong, just a normal day in kitchen

 

27.Empty streets on quarantine, but these two found each other

 

30.That's because a printer

 

31.Favorite new vacum

 

32.Short and clear description

 

33.Something's wrong with the pipe

 

34.How your day is going on?

 

35.Just a new road and a super car

 

36.Fails during 2020

 

37.Nevermind a good day

 

38.How 2020 is running after me

 

39.When you regret something

 

40.Tasty food, nevermind

 

41. "Just Lost My Job, Dental Insurance, And Now A Tooth"

 

42. "Pleased in oil paint"

 

43. “We canceled our honeymoon due to the coronavirus. After the wedding, at the last moment, we decided to go on a mini honeymoon. On the first night at the hotel, we saw a fat "boy" hobbling over the sheets. Of course, it turned out to be a bug. We did our best not to bring them home. We didn't succeed ... "

 

44. "The trip to the vet started very badly."

 

45. "I raised the stairs, forgetting that there was paint at the top."

 

46. ​​Circus number, in which one disaster after another

 

47. "Hair dye allergy"

 

48. “After losing a third of my weight, I finally didn't feel so fat anymore. The toilet did not agree with me "

 

49. "When you shoot a tiger shark, and it swims away with your camera."

 

50. “This morning I went to my first job with a glass of fresh coffee in my hands. This is not cream, this is crow shit. "

 

51. "Toilet paper the size of a small player"

 

52. The organizers arranged a bicycle race on the day when, according to the forecast, there was a strong wind

 

53. "My Lush bath bomb made my bath look like it was full of piss."

 

54. I tried to make a lobster-shaped pie

 

55. Not the best print location

 

 

56. Now I'll show you something cool

 

 

57. “In eastern China, a man cut off his finger after being bitten by a viper. The doctors at the hospital where he was treated said it was unnecessary since her bite is not fatal. "

 

58. "Today our dog soaked the entire corridor."

 

59. "I've been waiting for this for 3 months"

 

60. “A water snake has somehow settled in my closet”

 

61. Why you shouldn't go fishing in Australia National Park

 

62. “Yesterday we found my wife's phone in the toilet. We weren't sure which of our three children put it there ... until today my wife looked at her photos. "

 

63. "Never leave the kayak in the sun"

 

64. Well, this guy is not so bad, at least a cat warms him

 

65. “How my TV was delivered to me. Notice the word "FRAGILE" written in big red letters on each side of the box. "

 

 

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Humans are the most curious creatures on this earth. We are lucky that a place has been invented where we can all find an answer. Google answers any question, and that's great, right?


Bemorepanda has collected the top of the most asked questions in 2020. Among them are many questions to which you may have sought answers. Here is our collection of questions with answers to them. Let's see what curiosities people had in 2020.


1) Why were chainsaws invented

 

The chainsaw is a very common tool in gardening, forestry, farming, and so on. Basically, a chainsaw is a hand saw with a bar, chain and an internal combustion engine that powers the entire mechanism. Today everyone knows what a chainsaw looks like and what it is used for. But what did the world's first chainsaw look like, who invented the first chain saw and how did this tool “evolve”? We offer a short excursion into the history of chainsaws.

 

Today, many manufacturing companies claim primacy in the creation of chainsaws, the first models of chain saws, which were manufactured in the 1920s, are cited as proof. However, if you dig deeper, it turns out that the progenitor of the modern chainsaw was invented by the German dentist-prosthetist Bernard Hein. It happened back in 1830. Hine's invention is a surgical instrument that was used to cut bone.

 

The principle of operation of this tool was as follows: the links fastened together with cutting teeth (located at an angle) formed a chain, which, in turn, was set in motion using a sprocket handle, which twisted the chain along the tire. However, they were able to apply this invention a hundred years later. At the beginning of the 20th century, chain sawmills were created, which were manually driven. Such colossus were rather bulky and awkward. All chain saws from this period were clumsy and oversized, requiring at least two operators to operate the machine.

 

In 1926, a mechanical engineer from Germany, Andreas Stihl, developed and patented the world's first hand-held chain saw with an electric motor. One year later, in 1927, another German Emil Lerp presented his development - the Dolmar A chain saw - the world's first saw with a gasoline engine. In turn, Andreas Stihl continued his development and in 1929 created a chain saw with a gas engine of his own production. The gasoline internal combustion engine ensured the autonomy and mobility of the tool, but the tool size was still quite large, the weight of the machines was about 50 kilograms, or even more.

 

 

2) Why is there a coin shortage

 

Banks across the U.S. faced coin shortages during the coronavirus crisis, prompting the U.S. Federal Reserve to think about distribution control and working with the U.S. coins to increase supply.

 

With the partial closure of the economy due to the coronavirus crisis, the use of coins in the economy has practically ceased, said Jerome Powell, chairman of the Federal Reserve Board.

 

Compounding the situation is the fact that the American Coins has reduced the production of coins in connection with the measures taken to protect its employees.

 

 

3) Why was George Floyd arrested

 

On May 25, Minneapolis police arrested George Floyd after a grocery worker called 911, accusing him of buying cigarettes with a counterfeit $ 20 bill. According to the report, Floyd resisted, so police officer Derek Chauvin had to use force to arrest him. However, CCTV footage that appeared later showed that Floyd did not resist.

 

Chauvin pressed Floyd's neck with his knee to the ground for 8 minutes 46 seconds and did not stop doing this even when the detainee repeatedly said that he was suffocating. Four police officers who participated in the arrest were fired. Derek Chauvin was charged with second-degree murder and three of his colleagues were charged with aiding and abetting.

 

 

4) Why is Nevada taking so long

 

In the United States in November, preliminary results of the vote count for the presidential elections were expected in Nevada - a key state that could bring victory to the US presidential candidate from the Democratic Party Joe Biden.

 

With the onset of a new working day, the United States continued to count votes in the presidential elections. So, the Democratic candidate has 264 out of the required 270 votes of the Electoral College. Trump has only 214 so far. And if it had not been for the message about the delay in the counting of votes in Nevada, Biden could already have celebrated his victory.

 

However, ballots are counted slowly, and the numbers illustrating the voting raise questions and sometimes protests. Trump's headquarters have already filed a lawsuit in Pennsylvania demanding that the counting be stopped, and demanded a recount of ballots in Wisconsin. According to the latest reports, the Trump team is also planning to file a lawsuit over electoral fraud in Nevada.

 

 

5) Why is TikTok getting banned

 

What President Donald Trump had threatened has happened. He signed a document called the TikTok Threat Counteraction Order. The essence of the document is to block transactions to the developer of TikTok, the Chinese company ByteDance. The ban will take effect after 45 days. At the same time, the US Senate voted to ban the use of TikTok on devices owned by government and government officials.

 

Interestingly, at the same time, the popular Chinese messenger WeChat, which is owned by the Chinese giant Tencent, fell under the distribution. The same prohibition is imposed on him. This is quite a significant step, as Tencent is actively investing in many American companies. So, the Chinese fully or partially own PUBG Mobile, Riot Games (League of Legends) Forticite Epic Games, Activision Blizzard. The company's division, Tencent Films, has produced many major film projects, including Wonder Woman, Terminator: Dark Fate and Venom. The same goes for music: Tencent has stakes in Spotify, Universal Music Group, and Warner Music. Since WeChat is hardly popular in the US, it won't pose much of a problem, but it might just be the first step in an attack on Tencent.

 

In the “countermeasures order”, the prohibition is based on “a state of emergency in the country regarding the supply chain of information and communication technologies and services”. It also states that the apps can be "used for disinformation campaigns in favor of the Chinese Communist Party." The US president is also concerned about how TikTok "automatically collects vast amounts of information about its users, including the Internet and other information about network activity, such as location data, browsing and search history." That is, in essence, it does the same thing as all other American services like Facebook or YouTube.

 

 

6) Why did Kobe have 2 numbers

 

January 26, 2020 is a black day for all basketball fans without exception. At the age of 42, the great Kobe Bryant died in a helicopter crash in the suburbs of Los Angeles.

 

Curiously, Kobe could not become a basketball player, but a football player: as a child, Bryant played as a goalkeeper, and his idols were Frank Rijkaard and Ronaldinho. Largely thanks to these two players, Kobe began to root for Milan.

 

Later, Bryant began to sympathize with Barcelona. Mamba even considered ending his career not with the Lakers, but with the basketball Barça, but ultimately spent the entire 20 years of his professional career at Los Angeles.

 

Bryant admitted that he could really think about a football career if he had stayed in Europe, but at the age of 13, Kobe returned to the United States and continued to diligently pursue his main passion of his life - basketball.

 

In 2017, there was a ceremony to immortalize Kobe's game numbers at the Lakers - Bryant spent the first half of his career at number eight, the second at number 24. Kobe became the first and only player in NBA history to receive two immortalized numbers on the same team.

 

 

7) Why is everyone buying toilet paper

 

A new wave of panic prompted Americans to empty supermarket shelves last week as toilet paper began to disappear from stores again. The authorities and retailers are urging not to stock up on essential goods, since there are enough for everyone. A psychologist from the United States explains the behavior of his compatriots by the fact that they are used to reacting to bad news - and besides, people are driven by the herd instinct.

 

A new wave of panic buying of basic necessities - toilet paper and paper towels - swept across the United States. Supermarket shelves began emptying again last week, amid new COVID-19 incidence records and persistent reminders to comply with CDC restrictions.

 

Queues lined up in supermarkets began to be reported on Sunday, November 15, when a line of people wishing to stock up on toilet paper and paper towels snaked in near a COSTCO store in Washington state. Then Governor Jay Inslee asked residents to stop buying goods. “Our supply chain is doing well,” local Komo News quoted him as saying. "When you buy everything you can get your hands on, it just hurts everyone, and there is no need to do it."

 

Those responsible for the supply of goods in stores assure that they are well prepared for the new wave of the pandemic. "There is enough supplies if everyone buys what they really need," Tammy Hetrick, head of the Washington Food Industry Association, told the publication. "Suppliers say that we are in a good position, we have a stock of goods, and if people do not panic buy everything, we can maintain stock."

 

 

8) Why is it called COVID-19

 

Often the names of viruses and the diseases they cause do not coincide. For example, the HIV virus causes AIDS. People often know the name of the disease, such as measles, rather than the corresponding virus (rubeola).

The assignment of names to viruses and diseases occurs in different ways and for different purposes.

 

Virus names are based on their genetic makeup, making it easier to develop diagnostic tests, vaccines, and drugs. This work is carried out by virologists and other representatives of the scientific community, therefore the names of viruses are assigned by the International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses (ICTV).

 

Disease names are required to characterize various aspects of disease prevention, spread, transmission, severity, and treatment. WHO's mission is to prepare for and respond to human disease, which is why WHO lists the official names of diseases in the International Classification of Diseases (ICD).

 

On 11 February 2020, the International Committee on Virus Taxonomy designated the new virus SARS-CoV-2 (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus-2). The name was chosen because the virus is genetically related to the 2003 SARS outbreak. They are different viruses, although they are genetically related.

 

Following recommendations previously developed in collaboration with the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), on February 11, 2020, WHO announced that the disease was named COVID-19.

 

 

9) Why is it called Juneteenth

 

The day's name is a combination of "June" and "nineteenth" in honor of the date of Granger's announcement and first appeared around 1903. Juneteenth - also known as Freedom Day, Liberation Day, and Emancipation Day - is a holiday celebrating the liberation of slaves in the United States. Originating from Texas, it is now celebrated annually on June 19 throughout the United States, with various official recognition. Union Army General Gordon Granger announced a federal order in Galveston, Texas on June 19, 1865. It proclaimed that all slaves in Texas were free.

 

The Emancipation Proclamation of President Abraham Lincoln formally banned slavery in Texas and other states in an anti-Union uprising nearly two and a half years earlier. The implementation of the Proclamation was generally dependent on the advancement of the Union troops. Texas, the most remote of the slave states, has had a small Union troop presence as the American Civil War ended; thus, execution was slow and inconsistent prior to Granger's announcement.

 

 Although Juneteenth generally marks the end of slavery in the United States, it was still legal and practiced in the two border states of the Union (Delaware and Kentucky) until, at the end of that year, the ratification of the Thirteenth Amendment to the Constitution abolished nonviolent slavery nationwide in December.

 

The celebration dates back to 1866, first with church congregations in Texas. It spread throughout the south and became more commercialized in the 1920s and 1930s, often concentrating on the culinary festival. During the civil rights movement in the 1960s, it was overshadowed by the struggles for post-war civil rights, but became popular again in the 1970s with an emphasis on African American freedom and art.

 

By the 21st century, June holidays were celebrated in most major US cities. Activists are campaigning for the US Congress to recognize June Day as a national holiday. Hawaii, North Dakota, and South Dakota are the only states that don't recognize June, according to the Congressional Research Service.

 

 

10) Why is Australia on fire

 

The most powerful forest fires in the history of the country began to gain momentum on the continent and adjacent islands since September. At the moment, the area affected by the fires has already exceeded 11 million hectares (this is equivalent, for example, to Cuba and more than Iceland). The heat has eased a bit in recent days, but serious firefighting continues in two states: Victoria and New South Wales. There are six states in Australia, and in recent months, fires have not spared any of them. Heat, drought, strong gusty wind contributed to their spread.

 

As of January 14, 2020, 28 deaths are known. More than a quarter of a million people have been displaced from their homes - the largest peacetime evacuation in Australian history. More than two thousand houses and several thousand more buildings burned down.

 

The Australian fires are indeed very large-scale, including in global significance. The area on fire is larger than the 2019 fires in the Amazon and California combined. Although, according to Greenpeace data (official Russian statistics are much more modest), the disaster in Australia has not yet reached the scale of last year's disaster in Siberia - this year in Russia, according to environmentalists, more than 15 million hectares of forest burned down, which is comparable to the territory of Nepal and exceeds the territory of Greece.

 

 

 


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