Adam Devine’s House Party is all-new tonight with Sabrina Jalees, Nick Rutherford and Jesus Trejo.
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If old-timey cartoons taught us anything, it's that monochrome color palettes go pretty well with a dash of red. My Color Screen user JRS takes this approach with today's home screen design.
This design is a custom look for Themer. To get this on your device, download the .zip from the source link below, then follow these instructions:
- Move the .zip to sdcard0 > MyColorScreen > Themer > Exported > zip (Your initial location may vary.)
- Open Themer and browse for themes.
- Under "My Themes" select "Exported."
- Choose "jsr10.zip"
Do you have an awesome, tweaked-into-oblivion home or lock screen of your own that you'd like to share? Post it in the comments below, or on your own Kinja blog with the tag "home screen showcase" (no quotes). Be sure to include a description of how you made it so we can feature it as the next featured home screen.
JRS10 | My Color Screen
If you're planning to make a move to a new area or city soon, it might be a good idea to know what the area is like. ZIP Lookup gives you detailed descriptions of the types of people and cultural lifestyles you'll find within each ZIP code.
Once you head to the tool—from the geographical data company Esri—all you have to do is enter the ZIP code you're interested in learning about. You'll be taken there on the map and you'll see a breakdown of what kind of people live in the area. Maybe you want to live in an area with younger, career-driven people, or perhaps you'd prefer to be in an area that's a little quieter with settled families. Either way, ZIP Lookup can help you get a better understanding of the area quickly. It's not always 100% accurate—there's only so much data out there to go off of—but it does a pretty good job of giving you a general idea. Check out the tool at the link below.
Halloween #TBT to Chappelle’s Black Monsters sketch.
"My 4yo is home sick today and I was enjoying special time with him….. until he said, ‘Mommy? Do you keep your tummy swishy so more babies can go in there?’"
Submitted By: Jessica A.
Location: New York, United States