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There are a few reasons why you might want to turn beer green. Most of the time it’s for St. Patrick’s Day but you could also do it for a themed party, a sports team, or maybe you just like green beer! Learning how to turn beer green is really easy to do.

Here are two easy ways to turn beer green:

1) If there’s just a few of you hanging out and you want green beer all you have to do is add a few drops of green food coloring to each beer. You can find green food coloring at about any grocery store.

2) For bigger parties with kegs of beer, you should talk to the store where you are a going to buy your kegs a couple of weeks in advance and see if they can either get green beer kegs or if they can just color it for you themselves. Not all stores will accommodate this but some will so if you really want green beer you might have to do some searching.

Something to keep in mind before you buy the beer that you plan to turn green is that the darker the beer the harder it will be to turn it green. If you get too dark of a beer it will be impossible to turn it green. You’re much better off sticking with a lighter colored beer.

That’s pretty much it! Now, the next time you want to know how to turn beer green you will easily be able to do it.

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It looks like there are a lot of people who want to know where New Zealand is for some reason. Therefore, I am going to tell you where New Zealand is located because I am a nice guy!

Where is New Zealand?

New Zealand is a country comprising of two main landmasses, the North Island and the South Island, and several smaller islands, and it is located in the south-western Pacific Ocean.

Its geographic isolation is highly notable as it is situated about 1250 miles (2000 km) southeast of Australia across the Tasman Sea. Its nearest neighbors to the north are New Caledonia, Fiji and Tonga.

This country is also one of the most recently settled major landmasses in the world.

There, now you know where New Zealand is located and a little about this beautiful country!

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Last night I came across some interesting information that I wanted to share. It’s the presidential rankings of every United States President so far and they are ranked from 1-42.

You can see the best president ever, which is apparently Abraham Lincoln, and the worst president ever, which is apparently James Buchanan.

Here are the top ten best presidents ever:

1) Abraham Lincoln
2) George Washington
3) Franklin D. Roosevelt
4) Theodore Roosevelt
5) Harry S. Truman
6) John F. Kennedy
7) Thomas Jefferson
8) Dwight D. Eisenhower
9) Woodrow Wilson
10) Ronald Reagan

Here are the top ten worst presidents ever:

42) James Buchanan – Biggest loser!
41) Andrew Johnson
40) Franklin D. Pierce
39) William Henry Harrison
38) Warren G. Harding
37) Millard Fillmore
36) George W. Bush
35) John Tyler
34) Herbert Hoover
33) Rutherford B. Hayes

You can see the full presidential rankings here.

I thought this information was very interesting and thought maybe you would also like to know the presidential rankings too. Do you agree with the list? Who would you say is the worst president ever? How about the best president ever?

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Planning a trip soon and staying in a hotel? Well, make you don’t stay at one of the Dirtiest Hotels in America. According to Trip Advisor here are the top 10 dirtiest hotels in the United States for 2009.

1. Hotel Carter – New York City, New York
2. Continental Bayside Hotel – Miami Beach, Florida
3. New York Inn – New York City, New York
4. Eden Roc Motel – Wildwood, New Jersey
5. Days Inn Cleveland Airport – Brook Park, Ohio
6. Days Inn Airport / Stadium Tampa – Tampa, Florida
7. Travelodge Bangor – Bangor, Maine
8. Velda Rose Resort Hotel – Hot Springs, Arkansas
9. Ramada Plaza Hotel JFK International Airport – Jamaica, New York
10. Days Inn & Suites Gatlinburg – Gatlinburg, Tennessee

Apparently those are some very dirty hotels, so it’s probably best to stay away from them if you will be in any of the areas.

And it looks like the big dogs at the Days Inn corporate headquarters might need to make some changes since three of their hotels are in the top ten dirtiest hotels in America.

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Everyone knows that the President of the United States lives in the White House but we often forget that the Vice President has to live somewhere too. Most people probably assume the Vice President also lives in the White House but he doesn’t. The Vice President has his own house.

So, where does the Vice President Live?

The Vice President of the United States lives in a house on the corner of 34th Street and Massachusetts Avenue in Washington DC. The house is located on the grounds of the United States Naval Observatory and was built in 1893 for the Superintendent of the Observatory.

The vice president’s house is a three-story, white-painted brick, Victorian-style home with 9,150 square feet of floor space. It used to be where the chief of the Naval Observatory would live and that is why people often call it the Admiral’s House.

In 1974, Congress designated the house as the official residence for Vice Presidents. Before that the Vice President lived in temporary houses and hotels in Washington DC.

Gerald and Betty Ford were the first family eligible to live in the house but the Richard Nixon resigned before renovations on the house were completed, and the Fords moved to the White House. The first full-time residents were Walter Mondale (Jimmy Carter’s vice president) and his wife in 1977. Since then every Vice President has live in the house.

There, now you know where the Vice President of the United States lives!

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