Saturday, March 8, 2014

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First of all.......    Watch this

Then Watch This


Ponder these!!!


Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games.
Sport doesn't care about abilities or disabilities.
 Sport makes no distinctions. 
All that matters is that you give your best to win.


Those Funny Animals


Blue Grass Dogs

I'm Little...But I'm a Great Winner

Bear wakes early from hibernation, wanders onto ski slope

thanks Toni


Rare Black and White images


Funny Commercials
Haven't seen these before


There are reports of a new problem in Australia
. Some of the Kangaroos have developed a thirst
 for revenge against the traffic that keeps knocking them down.
 Drivers have reported that they'll pass a mobs of roo's
that are hopping along peacefully, 
but as soon as they've passed them,
 the roos suddenly change direction and veer towards the vehicle.
 The driver then has to drive as quickly as possible
 to escape the rampaging marsupials.
 Drivers are being urged to keep an eye on their
 veer-roo mirror at all times

Strips of Bacon

A little boy was doing his math homework.
 "two plus five, that son of a b$#&% is seven," he said to himself.
 "three plus six, that son of a b$#%& is nine..
.." his mother heard what he was saying and gasped,
 "what are you doing?!"
 the little boy answered, "i'm doing my math homework, mom."
 "well, you can do it without all that rude language!"
 mom firmly stated. 
"but mom," the boy replied,
 "this is how my teacher taught me to do it!" 
mom paused for a moment, befuddled.
 "this is how your teacher taught you to do your math homework?" she asked.
 "yes," the boy answered.
 Infuriated, the mother sought out the teacher
 the next day and asked him, 
"what are you teaching my son in math?"
 "right now, we are learning addition," the teacher replied
. "and are you teaching them to say,
 'two plus two, that son of a b$#%& is four'?!?" 
the mother asked. 
After the teacher stopped laughing, he answered,
 "oh, no. What i taught them was, 
"two plus two, the sum of which is four


Little Girl's Life Gets Turned Upside-Down A Second A Day By Syrian War!

I am lost for words


Phun Phacts

Dr. McCoy - I'm a Doctor not a...



Fracking (the condensed version):

- Drill a hole in the ground
- Pack that hole really tight (lol) with sand and water
- Earth around the hole fractures from the pressure
 (hence, "fracking")
- Valuable materials like petroleum and natural gas leak out 
of the fractures and into the hole
- Collect valuable materials
- ???
- PROFIT!!!!

Sounds good, right? Wrong
. It carries a bunch of environmental and health risks,
 and, perhaps least importantly, many of the chemicals 
and materials associated with the fracking process literally stink. 

Despite fracking sucking in numerous ways,
 the UK recently lifted its ban on companies using it 
to mine natural resources,
 which understandably has many of the UK's 
more environmentally conscious citizens in a fury.
 Enter, anti-fracking ads like this one


Whats happening here in these pictures?????
see if you can work it out

No dictionary has ever been able to define 
the difference between “complete” and “finished”.
 However, in a linguistic conference, 
held in London, England, and attended by some
 of the best linguistics in the world,
 Samsundar Balgobin,
 a Guyanese was the clever winner.

His final challenge was this:
 Some say there is no difference between “complete” and “finished”. 
Please explain the difference in a way
 that is easy to understand.
His response was:
When you marry the right woman,
 you are “complete”.
 If you marry the wrong woman, 
you are “finished”. 
And, when the right one catches
 you with the wrong one, you are
 “completely finished”.
 His answer received a five minute standing ovation


Things to warp your mind

Red Green's Remote


Odds and Ends

Cars worst Night mare!!

more funnies!!!


Elk versus Photographer

thanks David T
The story behind the video
Published on Nov 12, 2013
 I've been in contact with the photographer in the above video
 and we would both like to issue a statement regarding 
the news of the National Park Service's decision to put the elk down.

My statement:
I am deeply saddened by the fate of the elk
. It has certainly pulled a black cloud
 over this whirlwind "viral video" experience.

I spoke to the reporter who broke the story 
and she assured me the decision was based on a pattern 
of aggressive behavior that began prior to the incident documented in this video. 
The behavior was the result of visitors feeding the elk 
and conditioning them to seek food from humans. 
This video only serves as an example of the elk's
 dangerous behavior, not an impetus to it.

Again, it brings me great sadness to learn of this beautiful animal's
 demise and the unfortunate circumstances surrounding it.
I'm looking into a destination for proceeds from this video
 to help the NPS educate visitors on the danger
s and consequences of feeding wildlife.

I also want to be clear that James, the photographer
, was not complicit in a behavior that led to the elk's demise,
 but rather was made an example of the result of such behaviors
 The elk approached him from behind
 likely looking for food as he was conditioned to do.


World Pictures


This Weeks Signs

Phils Philosophy

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toni said...

It's about 1:30 AM here in Florida. I was just shutting down for the night when your mail arrived. I'm not a HAPPY CAMPER...Of course, I opened it, read it, and appropriated from it. Lots of neat material and definitely inspiring. Thanks

Sandee said...

And another fine hour spent at Phil's on this lovely Saturday morning.

The elk video was awesome, but killing it made me sad too.

Have a fabulous day Phil. :)