- 16/01/2017Just stumbled across what might be the best "About us" page I have ever read!
I was looking for an image to go with my next blog post, so I Googled "advice" and clicked the image tab. There, I found a cartoon clearly labeled with the website waitbuywhy.com. Still hoping I might get away with using what is clearly copyrighted material, I checked out the website. This is what I found.
If you're working on your own website and wondering what to put on the "about" page. PLEASE take a look and see how fantastic blunt honesty can be.Wait But Who - Wait But Whywaitbutwhy.com TIM URBAN RESPONSIBILITIES Writing posts every Tuesday every Wednesday about his psychological shortcomings Picking a topic for the week’s post before realizing it’s icky after diving in and thinking “if only I were doing that...
- Producer15/01/2017And then something irrelevant happenedThere was a monkey with a tiger on it's back and it tossed the tiger into the pond and it turned into a shark for no apparent reason. If it's back lit can it be fore dimmed?If the power is on and it floods the kitchen with kool aid and the unicorn...
- Producer14/01/2017Dude Joins Social Media, FinallyLarry Kolirews has always been his own person.“Don’t run with the herd, that’s my slogan,” the 56-year-old guitarist and lead singer of Air Supply cover band “Free Luv” told The Lint Screen. But now, he’s finally diving into the modern world by...
- 13/01/2017Still chuckling at some of these Steven Wright quotes... Found on FB at https://www.facebook.com/deLyn.II/posts/10208455539333030
Comments13/01/2017 #3 Gerald HechtI always liked this one from the mid 80's I think : "How about those Stones; 35 years and their still going strong.................I don't know how they do it..............................Fred,...........................Barney........................Wilma.............................13/01/2017 #2 Phil FriedmanKevin, these are a great find for a Friday morning -- or any time for that matter. Especially, to my mind these two (with respectful edits):
1. Everyone has a photographic memory, some people just don't have any film (or an SD card).
2. Why do psychics have to ask you what your name is? (Or empaths how you're doing today?)
Thank you for chuckles to carry me through the weekend. Cheers!
- 10/01/2017CAPTION THIS!
I came across this picture of our family on our Disney trip seven years ago. My soon to be 11 year old son, keeps telling me he doesn't remember going. I do have lots of other fun family Disney photos, but, this one had me laughing super hard. I can't remember why my son looks so annoyed in this photo, except that maybe we weren't seeing Mickey fast enough!
At some point, we plan to get to Disney again, to hopefully have a much happier photo where my sons dreams will come true!
I thought it would be fun to share with everyone and see what captions other people could come up with.
#CaptionThis #Disney #AnnoyedBoy #FunnyFamilyPhoto
- Producer10/01/2017Let's take a minute, a silly minute that isOnce I found a blue spider in the pink tub of rose petals and it spun a web of silver and gold. I lost me. If you find me, please return me. I miss me. The rainbow marshmallows made the unicorn shit skittles. I think, wait no I don't, wait I do,...
Comments10/01/2017 #2 Alan CullerLove it Max! Most things need more cowbell--!
A joke from my now 41 year-old daughter when she was 6:
"Wanna hear something funny?
OK close your eyes. . .
(15 seconds elapses with me standing there with my eyes closed)
". . . Dark in there isn't it"
Thanks for sharing
Comments10/01/2017 #2 Wayne YoshidaSpeaking of e-mail:
- Producer08/01/2017Mittens, toques and enormous boots. Three things to hate about winter.“I have a total irreverence for anything connected with society except that which makes the roads safer, the beer stronger, the food cheaper and the old men and old women warmer in the winter and happier in the summer.” - Brendan Behan Let’s get...
Comments09/01/2017 #21 Laura MikolaitisGreat post, @Don 🐝 Kerr! I love the fervor with which you penned it - it shines through loud and clear. I grew up in the tundra that is Northern NY, which is currently buried under almost 3 ft of snow thanks to the wonders of Lake Effect. So, I hear you. And I feel for my family who still live there. Dressing like Nanuk of the North to simply go out and get the mail is not my idea of fun. Although, I have come to tolerate the winter a bit more than I used to. Living in New England, the winter is temperamental. Like this morning with a blustery 1 degree - so cold that I can gauge the temperature of the day by the reaction of the leaves on the rhododendron bush. They are curled up so tightly this morning I know it's cold. I don't ski or snowmobile and I haven't been on a pair of ice skates in years. But, I do enjoy sliding down a hill from time to time and making the occasional snow angel to keep my spirit young.09/01/2017 #18 Don 🐝 Kerr#3 @Kevin Pashuk As always you offer sage advice. I suspect though that deep within that raging introvert heart lies a genuine love for winter walks and photography sessions that require you to venture out onto the ice to shoot lost wedding roses. Or did I just dream that last bit?09/01/2017 #15 Don 🐝 Kerr#8 @Dean Owen My dear friend Bob Cook moved to Hong Kong from Toronto/Boston/Calgary. All are known 'hot(?)' spots for winter fun. Curiously, he has not returned to enjoy the white stuff. Guessing your experience is similar Dean and can't blame you. I can envy you but I can't blame.09/01/2017 #11 Tony BrandstetterI live in a cold weather area, when I was younger it was fun, now that I am into my 57th year of this I have to admit, it not too fun anymore but I know it is necessary. It starts in fall, when all the trees go dormant, at this time of year I would not want to live any other place, it is breath taking. I have experienced this for 57 years an I still find it spectacular. Then winter comes, shorter days, cold nights, it seems to last forever. When the first bud of spring announces itself, everything comes alive and with such vengeance, the smells, the sights, the sounds, wonderful, all of it. Spring and summer doesn't last long, it seems not as long as winter but we enjoy, embrace, love every single day, winter helps us to enjoy when it's nice.... and savor every moment09/01/2017 #10 Todd JonesOk... this is gonna be unpleasant. I don't know why I'm compelled to share this, but if you have a weak stomach, stop reading here...
Don, my least favorite winter accessory is the stalactite-like snotsicle that adorns my face from November through April. By the end of winter, it has become so long that it presents a tripping hazard.
Told ya. Shoulda stopped reading...
On a less gross side note, I have a pair of Sorrels too. Best made, most durable boot ever. Mine are over 20 years old and still in great shape.
Your kid with glasses looks like he is flipping winter the bird. My seasonal sentiment exactly.09/01/2017 #5 Wayne Yoshida#3 @Kevin Pashuk said it - My first job after college was in Newington, Conn. USA. One of my friends said that, too. Hans (from Germany) told me, in his stern accent, "There is no such thing as bad weather. Only bad dress."
He taught me how to cross country ski and how to drive on snow and ice (although one does not really drive on ice) - using his car, not mine. He was a great friend.09/01/2017 #4 Wayne YoshidaToque? Checking Google. Oh. A "ski hat." Living Southern California USA, some of these words are not in my vocabulary.
Much nice to have to go to the snow when we **want to** rather than it coming to you, @Don 🐝 Kerr View moreToque? Checking Google. Oh. A "ski hat." Living Southern California USA, some of these words are not in my vocabulary.
Much nice to have to go to the snow when we **want to** rather than it coming to you, @Don 🐝 Kerr !
However, I lived in snow country for an entire winter season. I went through three sets of tire chains, my car (1987 RX-7) was buried in a snow bank for two months, I went through 4 pairs of gloves (not mittens) and I had to buy a bunch of winter clothes (including long underwear) that I now take out once a year, if that, when I go skiing.
But it was worth it. I was a ski lift operator at Mammoth Mountain! Free skiing and boarding and lessons for an entire season!
On the winter boots - I still have a great pair of Sorels.
Best part about any type of boot? Taking them off! (No, not "Take Off, eh!" as Bob and Doug would say.)
Stay warm my friend. You can always come out here for a vacation. Close
- Producer06/01/2017FIRST Friday Funday of 2017!It's FRIDAY! It's another FUNDAY! And yes, sometimes this IS how it feels to wake up in the morning.Especially now that it's winter. And it's cold outside. It's actually snowing.And it's cold inside. No, it's not snowing inside.From a post by Ken...
Comments07/01/2017 #12 Pamela 🐝 Williams#11 Yeah, after a while my sister just stopped trying to explain to shocked shoppers and just gave them a big evil grin. If they were too ignorant to realize it was a young boy just learning to talk then to he__ with them. We'd just ooh and aah over his newly discovered fruck. :-)07/01/2017 #9 Pamela 🐝 WilliamsI loved " a frican elephant" reminded me of my nephew who had problems with the T sound and pronounced them as F. So his favorite toy to find at the store and run down the isle screaming: "Look mommy, a fruck, a fruck"....Oh did I forget to mention, he had problems with R's too, there were always 'silent'.07/01/2017 #7 Ken BoddieI wake up crispy, Susan, on a Stralian Saturday, to find another jovial set of pick-me-ups. Thanks for the tags and the reference to one of my posts. I'll try and be less conspicuous with my camels in future, ha ha. As for the exam paper, this is truly a testament to all purveyors of 'dad jokes' .... note to @Kevin Pashuk and @Praveen Raj Gullepalli. I'm cutting back on my coffee and so will pass on the "I before E" mug ..... unless I can have one with "except after C"? I love all your Funday Fotos, but your "Thin Mints" takes the biscuit for me. It reminds me of when I was a young lad in Scotland. Never could work out why people wanted to eat mince after their dinner. 🤣06/01/2017 #5 Susan Rooks#2 @Ali Anani, if you check out @Ken Boddie's actual post, you'll see some others. The first / top picture is a hoot, and his article just got me laughing for hours.
I have been publishing Friday Funday posts now for over two years, earlier on LI. But since they keep making it harder and harder to do something as simple as insert a picture, which is what my Friday Funday posts are all about, I'll just put them here and link my LI post to this one (I have a lot of LI followers who love these things).
Thanks for your kind words, and have a great weekend!
- Producer05/01/2017Mediocrity has its rewards…It’s my curse. I have one of those faces. I often get mistaken for Brad Pitt’s half-brother Arm Pitt. Not trying to brag here, but it happens every now and then.Just this morning, while chatting with a convenience store clerk, some complete stranger...
- Producer04/01/2017Congress Votes Itself Huge Raise And Other PerksAfter yesterday’s Congressional embarrassment of flip-flopping on trying to shut down the ethics committee keeping a watchful eye on itself, lawmakers made a bold, decisive move and passed historic legislation this morning.The majority voted itself...
- Producer03/01/2017ODIO SER NOMOPHOBICO/I HATE BEING NOMOPHOBIC ( english version at the end )...Cuando yo era un chiquillo....que alegría... (Roberto Carlos dixit) jugando a la guerra...noche y día...a la guerra o a polis y ladrones o al fútbol o a las bolas....chapas...tejo...ajedrez.... Sin responsabilidades....luego empecé a ser...
- 03/01/2017V for Varoufakis | NEO MAGAZIN ROYALE mit Jan Böhmermann - ZDFneo Dear Greeks, the time has come: we surrender! Take all our money, you may also take Helene Fischer, but please, keep this financial Hercules off us. We...
- 29/12/2016Little Kids Getting Knocked Over by Dogs Watch little kids getting knocked over by dogs. See more videos at...
Comments29/12/2016 #4 Bernard PoulinSome of the dogs wanted to play (not knowing their own strength) Most of the others though were "toy grabbers" - taking away from the other "dog". I'd get rid of those - especially where infants are concerned. these dogs are NOT trained, nor do they respect "others" - dog or humans. And that makes them dangerous. Definitely a lot of people who fail to be top dog out there!
- Producer28/12/20162016 Files For An Extension; World OutragedTalk about overstaying your welcome–– the year 2016 has officially filed with the universe for an extension. The formal request states that 2016 would serve all of 2017’s term, then retire and allow 2018 to serve.“If this extension is granted,” said...
- Producer22/12/2016Santa Claus Not Coming To TownChristmas is a time for fuzzy slippers and fuzzy feelings for traditions, but one of the oldest traditions won’t happen this year thanks to a cranky ol’ St. Nick!In a shocking revelation, Santa Claus held a press conference this morning in the North...
- 21/12/2016(English Version) AS GOD IS MY WITNESS...IF I HIT THE JACKPOT TOMORROW IT S GOING TO WORK YOUR MOMMA
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- 20/12/2016It is OBVIOUSLY a salad!It’s a salad!theawkwardyeti.com Tongue explains how junk food can be healthy through song and...