Monday, October 7, 2013

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Learn English really funny commercial

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Sexy teacher crazy about her student

Office Lady Shows Everything

Funnest News Bloopers 2013

Evolution of Dance Trop Fort

Jackie Evancho - Angel (from PBS Great Performances) This Girl can sing

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Sunday, September 22, 2013

Make Money Processing Emails

I found this new opportunity to make money. It's very simple. You need internet access, an email account, and a verified Paypal account.

1. Go to http://epsprosperityhotline.com/piperent to sign-up. The cost is $25.00, one time fee. You will be provided with training and advertising resources.

2. Post ads


3. Receive $25 payments into your Paypal from the results of your ads. The payments are immediate, no waiting.

4. Repeat steps 2 and 3.

It's that simple.






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Sunday, September 1, 2013

Motor Club Of America (MCA)

I found this excellent business opportunity called MCA.
MCA is Motor Club of America. It's a lot like AAA, but with way more benefits. Better than that, they have a marketing arm called TVC Matrix that offers a very lucrative way to make money, part-time, full-time, anytime.

Let's take a look at the membership benefits as compared to AAA:



Check out some of these videos to see what MCA has to offer.

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MCA is Changing Lives


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Sunday, August 25, 2013

The Average Military Man

The average age of the military man is 19 years. He is a short haired, tight-muscled kid who, under normal circumstances is considered by society as half man, half boy. Not yet dry behind the ears, not old enough to buy a beer, but old enough to die for his country. He never really cared much for work and he would rather wax his own car than wash his father’s, but he has never collected unemployment either.

He’s a recent High School graduate; he was probably an average student, pursued some form of sport
activities, drives a ten year old jalopy, and has a steady girlfriend that either broke up with him when he left, or swears to be waiting when he returns from half a world away. He listens to rock and roll or hip-hop or rap or jazz or swing and a 155mm howitzer.

He is 10 or 15 pounds lighter now than when he was at home because he is working or fighting from before dawn to well after dusk. He has trouble spelling, thus letter writing is a pain for him, but he can field strip a rifle in 30 seconds and reassemble it in less time in the dark. He can recite to you the nomenclature of a machine gun or grenade launcher and use either one effectively if he must.

He digs foxholes and latrines and can apply first aid like a professional.

He can march until he is told to stop, or stop until he is told to march.

He obeys orders instantly and without hesitation, but he is not without spirit or individual dignity.
He is self-sufficient.

He has two sets of fatigues: he washes one and wears the other. He keeps his canteens full and his feet dry.

He sometimes forgets to brush his teeth, but never to clean his rifle. He can cook his own meals, mend his own clothes, and fix his own hurts.

If you’re thirsty, he’ll share his water with you; if you are hungry, his food. He’ll even split his ammunition with you in the midst of battle when you run low.

He has learned to use his hands like weapons and weapons like they were his hands.

He can save your life – or take it, because that is his job.

He will often do twice the work of a civilian, draw half the pay, and still find ironic humor in it all.

He has seen more suffering and death than he should have in his short lifetime.

He has wept in public and in private, for friends who have fallen in combat and is unashamed.

He feels every note of the National Anthem vibrate through his body while at rigid attention, while tempering the burning desire to ‘square-away ‘ those around him who haven’t bothered to stand, remove their hat, or even stop talking.   In an odd twist, day in and day out, far from home, he defends their right to be disrespectful.

Just as did his Father, Grandfather, and Great-grandfather, he is paying the price for our freedom. Beardless or not, he is not a boy. He is the American Fighting Man that has kept this country free for over 200 years.

He has asked nothing in return, except our friendship and understanding.
Remember him, always, for he has earned our respect and admiration with his blood.

And now we even have women over there in danger, doing their part in this tradition of going to War when our nation calls us to do so.

SHARE if you love our military.

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Saturday, February 23, 2013

USS Constellation - 1859

I wrote an article on another blog, but FACEBOOK won't let me post the link from that domain.  I would very much appreciate it if you followed the link below to read the article.

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Saturday, January 5, 2013

The Ultimate "What If..."

This is an article I've been pondering for sometime. Now that we're past the Christmas season into the new year, let's ponder song provocative ideas. In no way do I mean to be sacrilegious, but simply thought provoking.

You don't have to be a science fiction buff to have heard of or seen fictional situations of alternate realities, and what would happen if someone went back in time and changed something that caused future events to unfold differently. I'm not suggesting any of that.  I want you tho think about the "what if" if something very important in human history had not happened, say the most important event in human history - the birth of Jesus Christ.

So, walk with me for a few moments and try to wrap your head around this. I'm not a religious person by any means or stretch of the imagination. But as I listened to the preacher at church talk about the birth of Jesus Christ for the last few weeks, the journey of the wise men, and the quest of King Herod to kill a threat to his kingdom, I kept wondering how we would perceive those events if they were happening in today's modern society.  I'm talking about a world that is still living in the Old Testament.

Let's try to put this in perspective. We still have the Old Testament prophecies, and that's where our scriptures end. The world is not waiting for the second coming of Christ, he hasn't been born to Joseph and Mary, the wise men have not seen the bright star, which they followed for 2 years. But we live in a modern society much like we have now. The real theorists could debate what life would be like on planet Earth, how religious and philosophical differences would have shaped (differently) what we have today.  But let's just assume that society and technology progressed pretty much as we know it now.

You know how skeptical you are, and the skepticism of the world at-large towards God. So let's imagine that we have the Old Testament scriptures and it's been 2500 years since the last prophecy of Jesus.  Suddenly there is an enormously bright star in the sky. Every piece of electronic imaging equipment on Earth is pointed towards it.  But still a group of "Wise Men" are following God's orders to follow it, to meet the King of the Jews. When they arrive at the stables, they are met with hundreds of news crews from all around the world. Imagine that seen from "Contact", the little insignificant town of Bethlehem Israel is over run with media, protesters, skeptics, and mobs of people who just want a look.   There would be police and military amass trying to control the chaos.

Realize back then, it took them 2 years to reach Jesus and his family. By then, Joseph, Mary, and Jesus were no longer in the stables, of course.  So the wise men, get on a plane, drive their SUV or minivan towards this star.  They get there in a few days. They tell the world the King of the Jews has been born. It's Headline News for days and weeks to come, but like every news story, it too fades to black eventually.

(No, this is not the Three wise me....)
How do you think we would respond given our present day state of mind?  How do you thing the Prime Minister and government of Israel will take the news?  Do you think the world would receive him as the Son of God? And with the exception of knowing he and his family fled to Egypt until he was a teenager, we know little about Jesus's life until he was 30 years old. (OK, don't be thinking about Jesus on Family Guy in the Record store, that really is sacrilegious.)

If the birth of Jesus Christ was to occur today, his and his families entire lives would be all over the internet and the news. Nothing would be off limits. But would you even consider the possibility that he is the incarnation of God in the flesh? Probably of something else, but not of God.

And those miracles he performed? What would he have to do to convince any of us?  Would any of really believe that he walked on water even if we saw it with our own eyes? Feed thousands of people with a few fish and loaves of bread?  Making the blind see again?  Bring the dead back to life?  There are many people that have made that claim. And how he would die, that is a loaded question. If we were still living all these years under Old Testament law, would crucifixion still be common?  Yes the whole idea and possibilities quickly unravels with each passing breath.

To say nothing about his burial and resurrection.

Moses in 2013
If you believe the events from the Bible, and think to yourself how could people not believe what they were seeing, the miracles, the prophecies coming to reality.  Fast forward it to 2013, and think about it.

My hope is that I've strengthened your faith and not given you reason to doubt.  Sometimes we have to take with Word of God on faith, and not take the "History Channel" perspective. There are many things in life that cannot be easily explained or characterized, we just have to go with it.  That's FAITH.

Hebrews 11.1

"Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen"





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Thursday, June 28, 2012

Blame It On The Titanic

It was one of those days, where it seems the list of things to get done was infinite. Some co-workers and I were belly aching about it. One of the ladies said that she had everything under control and that we could all go home early (jokingly of course).  One of the guys says "hey we could go see one of those new movies". I'm thinking, it's only Noon. So I said if I get out of work this early, I'm gonna go home and chase Mama around the house.  They chuckled, and after a few seconds of silence, one of the guys says "what I hate about going home early is when I open the front door to enter, I hear the back door slam".

Guess you had to be there...

The next day we were cuttin' up again. On the TV they were taking about the tropical storm that formed in the Gulf of Mexico.  It's a strange phenomenon to say the least to have a named storm form this far north, there was another tropical storm recently that formed off the coast of Georgia. So the discussion went of about global warming and such, when it occurred to me what has caused this fundamental change in weather patterns. If the Titanic had not hit that ice burg, the Arctic shelf would not be breaking up.  We wouldn't be having this strange weather.

So today, we're talking about the hot weather in the Eastern US.  I said that when I was a kid I loved it that hot, and we never wore sunscreen. In fact we work the coconut Hawaiian Tropic suntan lotion to get the good tan.  So the argument was that skin cancer was more prevalent now, and I agree with that. But in a serious note I think some people are pre-disposed to that.  I don't personally seem to be affected by all that sun exposure in my younger years. Even now I don't wear sun screen ever.  But for those less fortunate, I had the answer, I blamed it on the Titanic...  (jokingly).







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Sunday, May 6, 2012

Marriage, Baseball, And A German Chick?

This is a nice little article I found in the Sunday edition of the Augusta (GA) Chronicle. To be honest, I rarely read the newspaper. I only buy it on Sundays, and that's for the coupons and ads. The rest of the papers, I buy 4 of them for the coupons, goes to the recycling bin.

This morning, though, an article caught my eye, "Marriage has many things in common with baseball". I've always preferred baseball over other sports, it's really the only sport I follow. When I relate that to the fact that I've been married to the same woman for 27 years, it's goes to show where my passions lie. The author ends the article with the ultimate comparison between marriage and baseball - choose a team and stick with it.

But when I first glanced at the heading, I had very different thoughts before reading it. The "Bad News Bears" came out in 1976 when I was growing up; it was my last year of Little League. A bunch of bad kids who share a common fascination for the game. Their coaches are washed up, but their bonds cause them to grow into better people by the end of the summer. We could only hope that our marriages fair as well.

In 2005, "Bad News Bears" was re-booted. One of my favorite actors was the lead, Billy Bob Thornton.  He's a washed up baseball player, now a drunken dead beat dad. He's crude, and his heart's not in it. But as the season goes on he realizes this group of misfits has great potential, and he slowly reaches inside himself to bring out the man and the player he should have been.  In his attempt to tell some of the kids that maybe baseball wasn't their forte', or rather they were not very good, he makes a very funny comparison.

"Baseball's hard, guys. I mean, it really is. You can love it but, believe me, it don't always love you back. It's kind of like dating a German chick, you know?" Source IMBD

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Saturday, March 3, 2012

An Open Letter to Motorola And VerizonWireless

Dear @Motorola & @VerizonWireless,

Your choices of 4G phones with a pull-out keyboard needs a makeover. You seem to be concentrating on thin, but us OLDER people just don't have the dexterity to deal with something that thin and smooth. The RAZR lacks a pull-out keyboard, an onscreen keyboard is just not gonna do it for me. Oh, but there's the Droid 4 you say. It has that nice pull-out 5 row keyboard. But it shares one show-stopper with the RAZR - the non-removable battery. BAD BAD BAD. If I have to take my phone back to Verizon every week to have it fixed because the ONLY solution is to remove the battery, well, that isn't an option. I was at my local Verizon store last week when a young lady came in with her broken Droid 4, she removed the battery and broke the pins.

Did I mention you're way behind with deploying ICS? Yes, I know it's in the works, but Samsung has beaten you to the punch by a country mile.

My upgrade is coming up this month, I've put my faith in Motorola for the past decade, but I may be looking elsewhere this time.







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Saturday, January 14, 2012

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History

If the lessons of history teach us anything it is that nobody learns the lessons that history teaches us. —Anon #RockTheReTweet -- yellowrs999 (@yellowrs999)

Monday, January 2, 2012

Iowa Caucuses? What the Horse Left in the Corner!

The very first U.S. Presidential election I can remember is 1972. I was still young so I didn't understand much of anything about elections except that it was a day off school because they used the schools for voting locations.

But, what I do remember was profound. I lived in Hagerstown, MD. When Democratic Candidate George Wallace was in town campaigning, there was a riot in the downtown section. The following week, while campaigning in Laurel, MD he was shot. While he survived he was crippled for the rest of his life.

Then there was the whole Watergate scandal. OK, I've seen the movie, I've driven past the hotel. It was a very stupid thing, and caused ripple effects all the way into today. The wiretapping laws we have today have the Watergate Scandal to thank for their existence. President Nixon's eventual resignation in 1974 pushed voters to the far side, and in 1976, elected a little known Democrat named Jimmy Carter.

President Carter was a humanitarian and a pacifist. His legacy will forever be over-shadowed by his near surrender to Iran over the 52 American hostages held for 444 days, and his signing away of the Panama Canal. In fact, most of his accomplishments worth mentioning came AFTER he left office.

In the 1980 election, voters were so disappointed in President Carter's ability to handle one small military crisis with Iran, they swung to the other side and elected Ronald Reagan, former actor and governor of California. Reagan's election campaign targeted Carter's pacifistic approach to Iran (and our Defense as a whole), and on the day he was sworn into office, the hostages were released. The Iranians knew their free ride was over.

For the next 30 years, American voters will swing from one extreme to another in hopes of finding someone they believe will truly represent them. And every four years it starts in Iowa, an insignificant state with only 7 electoral votes.

Here's the part I don't understand. What is all the hype about the Iowa caucuses? How does that impact me and my vote in another state with many more electoral votes? I don't see it, and it has never entered into my assessment of who to vote for. I've had the Constitution carriers and the political scholars explain it to me, but it's all rhetoric, it's all about the Republicans getting their claws in the meat first. Iowa has been predominantly Republican since it became a state until 1980. But it's been a crap shoot since then, hence the term "swing state".

So how's that any different than a state like Maryland that is and has been predominantly Democrat? Maryland surrounds the District of Columbia (another Democratic jurisdiction) on 3 sides. To me, it would seem to have much more impact on what really goes on inside the beltway.

So I say again, it's rhetoric, it's Political Nonsense. It's all about people who don't live in the real world, that have too much time on their hands, getting paid a pretty penny to feed this crap to anyone in office. It give me that nauseating feeling to listen to the political analysts and their strong arm journalists to force feed us what the horse left in the corner.

And as American voters we buy into it, we drink the Kool-Aid. "No" you say? Think about this. Only half of eligible American voters exercise their right to vote on any given election. And how many of the other half allow the likes of CNN, FOX News, MSNBC, Rush Limbaugh, IMUS, and G. Gordon Liddy (Remember that Watergate thing I mentioned before?) to determine who gets your vote? These people decide the elections, we're just cries from the dark.

Wanna prove me wrong? Vote your conscience in the next election. Do your own research. All political ads are one-sided, meant to make someone look better than another or others. Yes, it's difficult in this Information Age to actually get unbiased opinions, and the TRUTH, the REAL story. So let's get to the truth about our candidates and prove me wrong.

I wanna hear from you. Please feel free to post comments. I can also be reached on Twitter at @yellowrs999






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Sunday, December 25, 2011

When was Jesus Actually Born?

There's a lot of speculation about when Jesus was actually born. Its widely accepted that December 25th is not the actual day. But many of us have no idea when he was born.
This article which stems from the Popes message has a quick scientifically based history.

Did Pope Benedict XVI Know Jesus Wasn’t Born On Dec. 25?

Saturday, December 3, 2011

One Cent Links, Can It Really Work?

Check this out and see what you think. I'm a skeptic, having spent the last 30 years trying to find any legal and practical way to make money. Please comment, I really need your opinion.

One Cent Links - Get $0.01 Per Click! No Limit!





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Tuesday, November 29, 2011