Road Sign

•March 19, 2018 • 1 Comment

I have absolutely no idea of what this road sign means. I don’t even know what country it is from…definitely not from the USA.

It did bring up a question when we contemplated it at work: “Which one is Stormy?”


Who Wore It Better?

•March 13, 2018 • 1 Comment

iPad Issues

•March 5, 2018 • Leave a Comment

How to Screw in the Dark

•March 4, 2018 • 1 Comment

Somewhat adultish but not what I was expecting given the title…

Simpson’s Parody on Cryptocurrencies

•February 12, 2018 • Leave a Comment

Seen on a FB Page

•February 12, 2018 • Leave a Comment

Somewhat adultish but still quite funny…

He’s Right

•February 10, 2018 • Leave a Comment

So it seems that these four Rabbis had a series of theological arguments, and three were always in accord against the fourth. One day, the odd Rabbi out, after the usual "3 to 1, majority rules” statement that signified that he had lost again, decided to appeal to a higher authority…

"Oh, God!" he cried. "I know in my heart that I am right and they are wrong! Please give me a sign to prove it to them.”

It was a beautiful, sunny day. As soon as the Rabbi finished his prayer, a storm cloud moved across the sky above the four. It rumbled once and dissolved. "A sign from God.!! See, I’m right, I knew it!” But the other three disagreed, pointing out that storm clouds form on hot days.

So the Rabbi prayed again: "Oh, God, I need a bigger sign to show that I am right and they are wrong. So please, God, a bigger sign.”

This time four storm clouds appeared, rushed toward each other to form one big cloud, and a bolt of lightning slammed into a tree on a nearby hill. "I told you I was right!" cried the Rabbi, but his friends insisted that nothing had happened that could not be explained by natural causes.

The Rabbi was getting ready to ask for a *very big* sign, but just as he said, "Oh God…," the sky turned pitch black, the earth shook, and a deep, booming voice intoned, "HEEEEEEEE’S RIIIGHT!" The Rabbi put his hands on his hips, turned to the other three, and said, "Well?" "So," shrugged one of the other Rabbis, "now it’s 3 to 2.”