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Good questions worth asking , I think. How would you answer?

By Shaun Gibson, published on Aug 27, 2013


























Some good questions here, what is your favourite, what question would you like to answer most?

What would you do in some of... (more)

Tags: family, comedy, humour, friends, books, fun, conspiracies, jokes, loved ones, changes to our world, newspapers and more, global changes, strange stories

Photos taken in the past that show us the future

By Shaun Gibson, published on Aug 26, 2013

Dear Photograph, I visited Maine again for the first time since we were young in 1966 - that’s me in the middle. Being here again made my heart swell…I didn’t want to leave ,because I felt you there with me Mom. We miss you so much.

Dear Photograph, This was your home for over 50 years, new people live there now but to me it will always be Nan’s House. Love & miss you Nan. Penny

Dear Photograph, Welcoming a new addition. Anonymous

Dear Photograph, This memory was 56 years, 6 kids, 14 Grandchildren and 1 Great Grandchild ago… Daniel

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Tags: love, life, comedy, pictures, fun, random and tagged amazing past, future vs past pictures, matching old with new pictures, old and new pictures, old pictures matched with new, pic

Why We NEED to Live and Let Live More

By Shaun Gibson, published on Aug 26, 2013

I write this blog for reasons other than living a life where people refuse to live and let live, I mean in real life, if someone wants to have sex with a Sheep, I won’t be best pleased about it, but who am I to judge, just an example by the way

Who do some people think they are by judging others, especially from afar, are some people perfect? I say ALL THE TIME I will always take opinions onboard, allow opinions, because I sure as hell don’t know it all, so neither does anyone. I have a family member, I call it the “Double Glazing Effect” They got double glazing windows then... (more)

Tags: family, comedy, humour, friends, books, fun, conspiracies, jokes, changes to our world, corporate greed in our world, newspapers and more, global changes, strange stories, loved o

Challenging Cosmopolitan Taste Buds

By melanie jean juneau, published on Apr 9, 2013

My husband and a rather eccentric friend had driven up to the Quebec side, in the Canadian Shield, to fish in one of the thousands of lakes which surround us. Driving home in the twilight they inadvertently drove over a porcupine. Now Michael and his friend P.J. had lived in the wilderness for a few months after university, surviving on fish, an old turtle, rice and coffee. Never one to waste good organic meat, P.J. immediately yelled,

” Mike, pull over. Porcupine is good eating.”

This was the opportunity of a lifetime. Porcupines are protected because they are easy... (more)

Tags: comedy, porcupine meat, sophisticated taste buds

Movie Review: The Big Lebowski

By Ely North, published on Jan 16, 2013

Set in early 1990’s Los Angeles, The Big Lebowski is a comedy follows the misadventures of a jobless loser called The Dude, whose life revolves around smoking marijuana, drinking white Russians, listening to Creedence, and bowling. His sweet carefree life is disrupted in a case of mistaken identity, when a pornographer’s idiot thugs pee on The Dude’s rug because he happens to have the same name as a crippled millionaire whose ex-pornstar trophy wife owes the pornographer money. Seeking restitution for his soiled rug, The Dude gets drawn into a convoluted mystery involving the kidnapped... (more)

Tags: movie, humor, comedy, review, funny, the big lebowski

I Can Laugh in the Face of Tragedy

By melanie jean juneau, published on Jan 16, 2013

My favourite thing about myself is that I can always laugh, even in the middle of a disaster. I find that this tendency is the key to my sanity, although some people might question my sanity when I laugh so hard that I almost fall off my chair.

I laugh at myself, my nine children and my husband. Perhaps I hide a sadistic streak. The times I have laughed the hardest concern my husband and bathtubs. Once Michael was stuck in a too small bathtub, trying to rinse his hair with a princess shower head without getting any water on the floor. The second hilarious incident was when he was stuck... (more)

Tags: comedy, mother, laughter, tragedy, coping

Trolling And Why Its So Popular

By XX_BenDover_63XX, published on May 21, 2012

I am a regular internet forum user and i can honestly say trolling has become a major problem. Many people no longer use sites such as Yahoo Answers and some forums due to the unwanted responses from so called "trolls". I myself do not know why such silly idiotic pastimes are seen as funny. It just comes from people without a sense of humor or any intelligence. Though trolling is an immature pointless activity it is becoming increasingly popular and is further developing into greater and more sophisticated forms. Trolling is destructive and degrading to the creative and intellectual thought... (more)

Tags: cars, politics, internet, comedy, financial

Humans Are Idiots

By unclejazztits, published on Nov 18, 2011

Since we diverged from our cousin the chimp roughly 7 million years ago we have managed to harness our surroundings with such epic progress, we discovered fire, created steam power, electricity, launched dogs into space, landed on the moon and even created a machine that smashes protons into each other.

Who would have though that we mushy, stringy, jelly brained blood bags could have achieved such wonders, well we did, but all this stuff is cancelled out by our own ability to enigmatically cock things up for ourselves, some of the things we do really makes me wonder how we ever got so... (more)

Tags: comedy, humour, funny, human condition, funny observations, outlook on life

Review: The Pineville Heist - Lee Chambers

By Donna Brown, published on Sep 23, 2011

...first Aaron has to actually retrieve the money and with armed robbers running around looking to kill off those blocking their getaway this is a school day that Aaron will never forget.

The Pineville Heist was adapted from a screenplay and it does have all the elements of a great madcap comedy. There’s some enjoyable tongue in cheek humour throughout the book, which moves at a fast pace but with a steady rhythm. The characters are larger than life, almost like caricatures but not quite.

When I was reading The Pineville Heist, the thing that kept springing to my mind was... (more)

Tags: humor, comedy, book review, pineville heist, lee chambers

Laugh to live longer!

By Yvonne de la Vega, published on Oct 2, 2010

In Los Angeles, people love to laugh. This is evident in the actual amount of the many clubs and venues dedicated to comedy that are situated across Los Angeles County from Long Beach to Santa Monica.

We've all heard it a million times, that laughter is the best medicine. Indeed it is. But even better yet, not only is laughter an act that keeps the doctor away, but a laugh a day will actually helps you live longer! That's right, and here's how it works:First of all, laughter reduces at least four of the neuroendocrine hormones associated with stress response. These are epinephrine,... (more)

Tags: los angeles, health, comedy, laughter

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