28 March 2014

But I had to laugh.

Now, everyone KNOWS that we Southerners don't REALLY talk like that!  Bill Cosby could say more without ever opening his mouth - just his expressions.  Wish we had good, clean, comedians like him now.  I don't think anyone could have written a routine this funny, it had to be original.  Hope you enjoy it as much as I did.  


Friends don't forward friends' email addresses. As a personal courtesy to me, please "highlight & delete" any forwarding history which includes MY e-mail address! When forwarding e-mails, please address your recipients ONLY in the BCC or "Blind Courtesy Copy" address line. That way nobody else sees the addresses of your recipients. It is a courtesy to me and others who may not wish to have their e-mail addresses sent all over the world! Erasing the history helps prevent Spammers from mining addresses.

History in two minutes

Seventeen year old Joe Bush got a high school assignment to make a video reproduction.  He chose history as a theme and tucked it all into two minutes.  Joe took pictures from the internet; added the sound track "Mind Heist" by Zack Hemsey (from the movie Interception) and came up with this.  Incredible work for a 17-year old.  Just finding the pictures was a formidable task.    Well Done!!
This moves fast.  Don't blink -- not even for a second.  Click on the link below:

25 March 2014

16 March 2014

Goats Having Fun

You will notice the old goat doesn't join in.  With age comes wisdom?

Golf Magic

This guy is too much... Don't know how his right hand is still working after catching a pro's drive!


Just something to think about.














The Untold Story Of The World's Most Famous Photo #Space


I'm sure you've seen the world's most famous photograph, "Earthrise." It's been on the cover of TIME and on stamps. But did you know it almost didn't happen? This occurred 45 years ago, Christmas Eve, 1968. You have to see the untold story of this iconic shot!
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WWII the logistics behind the massive amounts of fuel needed

I have often wondered just how they got fuel to the troops during WWII, this explains it…
In spite of watching films about WWII and the European theater, I had never known the logistics of how all the military vehicles were supplied with fuel. They sure couldn't just stop at the corner station and fill up their tanks or jeep gas tanks. The delay in attacking Germany was in part due to the buildup in England and in greater part being ready to sustain the attack once landing in Normandy.  Supplying an advancing army was no easy task and this film explains how they keep a mechanized army moving forward.
What a fantastically complex engineering and operational feat it was, and how remarkable the skill and effort exhibited by the young men of the early 40's who planned, made the landing and conquest successful.