A Joke about the Postman or a Lesson ? ***** A couple are rushing into the hospital because the wife is going into labor. As they walk, a doctor says to them that he has invented a machine that splits the pain between the mother and father. They agree to it and are led into a room where they get hooked up to the machine. The doctor starts it off at 20% split towards the father. The wife says, "Oh, that's actually better." The husband says he can't feel anything. Then the doctor turns it to 50% and the wife says that it doesn't hurt nearly as much. The husband says he sill can't feel anything. The Doctor, now encouraged, turns it up to 100%. The husband still can't feel anything, and the wife is really happy, because there is now no pain for her. The baby is born. The couple go home and find the postman groaning in pain on the doorstep. * Link: http://www.laughfactory.com/jokes/miscellaneous-jokes/6#sthash.ZwYxTkv0.dpuf
Birthdays Are Known to Be Special Days - Or Just Another 24 Hours? Some Smiling Quotes: I much prefer being over the hill to being under it. - Bruce Lansky The secret of staying young is to live honestly, eat slowly, and lie about your age. - Lucille Ball Inside every older person is a younger person wondering what happened. - Jennifer Yane A diplomat is a man who always remembers a woman's birthday but never remembers her age. - Robert Frost You were born an original. Don't die a copy. - John Mason You know you are getting old when the candles cost more than the cake. - Bob Hope The best birthdays of all are those that haven’t arrived yet... Growing old is inevitable. Growing up is optional. It's not about age, it's about attitude. Birthdays are good for you. Statistics show that the people who have the most live the longest. A birthday is just the first day of another 365-day journey around the sun. Enjoy the trip! Something happened to me yesterday that will never, ever, happen to me again. How can you be so sure? I was 10 years old yesterday. It's been scientifically proven that too many birthdays can kill you. If there are 23 people in a room, there's a 50% chance that two of them will share a birthday (it's been proven mathematically). What did George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and Christopher Columbus all have in common? They were all born on holidays. Link: http://www.coolest-kid-birthday-parties.com/birthday-jokes.html
+15100 percent definition of misogyny: Man does something woman does the same thing. Man is loved for it Woman is hated for it or mocked. Amirite ? More
+3Honestly I find some people are really dumb, never ask an asian where they came from or where they learn english. To some of us american born asians, its offensive. More
Have you thought about how astronomically large the odds were against your ever having been born? More
+5The world would be a better place if we all focused on ourselves, and our individuality. The world would be a better place if we were free to live our lives as we choose instead of blindly getting shoved in societal expectations and mandatory law systems before we even have a real understanding of the whole picture. The world would be a better place without the goal of chasing paper. Money, diplomas, degrees. We created this system, life is being molded into a system. A money making system. Life doesn't need to be this complex. We are here to exist and coexist together. We've created industries that have taken over our individuality and freedom to be ourselves. We're all different but yet we're all in the same system with the same goals, to earn a living until we die feeding a never-ending system of power and greed. We are here to exist in this moment and enjoy ourselves. WE ARE NOT ON THIS PLANET TO MAKE MONEY. We have been born into a system.
+5Donald Trump is as right about being a good president as he was about Obama being born in Kenya. So, not really.
Do Black Athletes Understand Meaning Of Equality? I watched a black professional football player wax passionately in his complaint that, it isn’t as bad today as when his “mamma” was born in 1955, but blacks today are still fighting for equality. The ESPN program hosts solemnly nodded their heads in agreement. "Libturd zombies"...shake your heads~ The depth of ignorance the petulant multi-millionaire athlete displayed was stunning. Which brings me to my point. Just what “equality” is it that these blacks are claiming blacks do not have? Do they understand the definition of “equality” or are they arguing for preferential treatment simply because they are black? What these pluripotent complainers are apparently too uneducated to realize is that blacks have the exact same equality everyone else has. And if they bothered to put aside their jaundiced perspective of modernity they would understand that Equality dictates and defines the ability of all persons to purchase the home of their choice predicated upon their credit and ability to pay for same. Equality dictates and is defined as the ability of all persons to dine, shop, purchase, and lodge wherever they choose based upon their ability to pay. Equality dictates and is defined in the context that a person can seek employment where they wish and reasonably expect to be considered for hiring based upon their qualifications. Just what equality are blacks lacking today? I live in Orlando, Florida. The restaurants we dine at are host to countless numbers of blacks, many of whom are staying in expensive hotels on vacation. I see blacks dining and shopping in the most exclusive stores, as well as in Wal-Mart. Blacks enjoy luxurious time-share rentals just as many others do. For these spoiled multi-millionaire athletes to claim that blacks don’t have equality is a damnable heterodoxy spewed by pernicious calumniators. Even more contradictory to the boorish complaints is that many multi-millionaire athletes live in the same area that I do. It is an undeniable fact that blacks have the same rights and opportunities that everyone else enjoys. It is the choice of what to do with said rights and opportunities that needs to be addressed. More