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Don't mess with the Silverbacks! A gorilla's gentle reminder that he can kill you...

Found on Facebook... Once upon a decade dreary...

Once upon a decade dreary,
While I pondered, weak and weary,
Over many bleak, dismaying crises of acute concern;
As I sunk into a funk
Of hopelessness that makes you drunk,
Not for a beat would I have thunk
My state of gloom could take a turn;
T’was a welcome answer…
…to the hopes my mopes may take a turn,
When something muttered: “Feel the Bern!”
@Bard for Bernie

Sheltie caught cheating

on his exercise...

Stress Relief Break! If this doesn't make you laugh, you are probably nearly dead...

Helium Beer Test

"The needle of the Richter scale of our hearts..."

Master Penman Jake Weidmann gives a powerful TEDx essay on the importance of learning penmanship

Just a timely reminder of what an honest campaign commercial looks like.

Florida Cops Shoot and Kill Deaf Man For ‘Talking Too Loud’


Florida Cops Shoot and Kill Deaf Man For ‘Talking Too Loud’

A deaf man was just shot by Volusia County sheriff’s deputy Joel Hernandez and the excuse the killer cop gave boils down to the fact that he was talking too loud.

Darice Podgorski-Beneddix, 44, an employee at Fryer’s, reported to Daytona police officers that the elder Miller “was being rude and yelling at her.” The elder Miller said he “may have been yelling due to him being hard of hearing however in no way was he trying to be rude.”

mployee Erik Stewart, 51, told Podgorski-Beneddix that the younger Miller “had a gun holstered on his right side hip.” Podgorski-Beneddix then called for police assistance “out of fear for their safety,” according to the report.

Officers determined the younger Miller had an up-to-date concealed weapons license to carry the gun, and it was returned to him.


Lifesize Lego Blocks Made From Rubble Make Up New Haiti Homes

Making disaster rubble into building blocks for new, safer homes.

info page: https://themobilefactory.org/news/sergio-valkenburg-and-the-mobile-factory-help-make-haiti-beautiful-again/

Indigogo fund raising page: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/the-mobile-factory#/story

"You Have to Trust in Something"... Unbroken

Keep looking and don't settle


Random act of kindness rebounds big time

Firefighters touched by waitress' generous act

A New Jersey waitress is making headlines for a small, kind gesture that turned into something big.

One of the firefighters, Tim Young, told WPVI, "When it came time for the bill, we flipped it over and she decided to comp it on her own."
"I started tearing up and it made me feel good - us firefighters are wanted, people care about us," firefighter Paul Hullings said.

The firefighters later learned that Liz was trying to raise enough money to buy a specialized van for her dad who has become paralyzed after a brain aneurysm five years ago -- so they spread the word.

Liz said, "The fact that it's reached, you know, different states, different cities...It was spread across the world. I'm at a loss for words. I'm at a loss for words."

video at link

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