Friday, August 07, 2009

Peeling a potato the easy way!

You've got to watch this!

Friday, July 31, 2009

Thursday, June 18, 2009

Saturday, June 13, 2009

Glenn Beck Rocks!

I rarely find someone who thinks like me, but Glenn Beck does. And astonishingly enough -- HE'S A MAN!!! Ha ha ha ... whodathunkit?

Here's a video of his episode on 20/20 last night. They did a great job. And an 'astonishingly enough' comment is warranted here too.

Tuesday, June 09, 2009

Federal Reserve board has no clue ...

... Where trillions of our dollars have gone. Watch this and weep!

Monday, June 01, 2009

PS22 Chorus singing Landslide

I have watched this video a dozen times and it still warms my soul -- way down deep.

Tuesday, May 12, 2009



Obama-man Can!

Saturday, May 02, 2009

This is just wrong!

Mel Reynolds - You Can’t Make This Stuff Up! »

By Just Stupid on Apr 26, 2009 in Stupid Politicians | 0 Comments

Mel ReynoldsJesse Jackson has added former Chicago Democrat Congressman Mel Reynolds to Rainbow/PUSH Coalition’s payroll. Reynolds was among the 176 criminals excused in President Clinton’s last-minute forgiveness spree.

Reynolds received a commutation of his six-and-a-half-year federal sentence for 15 convictions of wire fraud, bank fraud, and lies to the Federal Election Commission. He is more notorious, however, for concurrently serving five years for sleeping with an underage campaign volunteer.

This is a first in American politics: An ex-congressman who had sex with a subordinate…won clemency from a president who had sex with a subordinate…then was hired by a clergyman who had sex with a subordinate!

His new job? Ready for this?? YOUTH COUNSELOR! It’s true. You can check it here:

Thursday, April 23, 2009

The Giant

The Giant

After dinner, the children turned to Jacob and asked if he
would tell them a story.

"A story about what?" asked Jacob.

"About a giant," squealed the children.

Jacob smiled, leaned against the warm stones at the side of the
fireplace, and his voice turned softly inward.

"Once there was a boy who asked his father to take him to see
the great parade that passed through the village. The father,
remembering the parade from when he was a boy, quickly agreed,
and the next morning the boy and his father set out together.

"As they approached the parade route, people started to push in
from all sides, and the crowd grew thick. When the people along
the way became almost a wall; the father lifted his son and
placed him on his shoulders.

"Soon the parade began and as it passed, the boy kept telling
his father how wonderful it was and how spectacular were the
colors and images. The boy, in fact, grew so prideful of what
he saw that he mocked those who saw less saying, even to his
'If only you could see what I see.'"

"But," said Jacob staring straight in the faces of the
children, "what the boy did not look at was why he could see.
What the boy forgot was that once his father, too, could see."

Then as if he had finished the story, Jacob stopped speaking.

"Is that it?" said a disappointed girl. "We thought you were
going to tell us a story about a giant."

"But I did," said Jacob. "I told you a story about a boy who
could have been a giant."

"How?" squealed the children.

"A giant," said Jacob, "is anyone who remembers we are all
sitting on someone else's shoulders."

"And what does it make us if we don't remember?" asked the boy.

"A burden," answered Jacob.

~Author Unknown~