Wednesday, June 30, 2010


A guy in a KIA pulls up next to a Rolls Royce at a red light and asks, "Hey is your car blue tooth enabled?"

The Rolls owner nods.

So is mine. Got WI - FI ?"

The Rolls owner nods again.

Me too. What about a double bed?

No. Do you? asks the Rolls guy.

"Yep"... The light turns and the KIA takes off.

Jealous, the Rolls guy heads to the Rolls customizing shop and gets a double bed put in, then drives around and finds the KIA parked on the side road.
He raps on the window. "Guess what. I got a double bed put in my car too " he says grinning.

The KIA owner peers out. " You got me out of the shower to tell me that. ah ? "

Remember if gorillas chuckle when tickled why shouldn't we ?.. Its time you got a shower installed in your car.


Thursday, June 24, 2010


Three guys are talking about what constitutes fame.

The first guy defines it as being invited to the White House for a chat with the president.

"Nah" says the second guy. "Real fame would be if the red 'phone rings when you were there, and the president wouldn't take the call."

"You're both wrong" says the third. "Fame is when you're in the Oval Office and the red 'phone rings, the president answers, listens for a second, and then says,
"It's for you."

How come it's always the third guy who is the smartest.? :-)))

Remember: " We lose it not as long as we can smile."

With compliments from:

Tuesday, June 01, 2010

Always Apply This Test.

Keep this philosophy in mind the next time you hear or are about to repeat, a rumor or forward an unfounded email.

In ancient Greece (469 - 399 BC), Socrates was widely
lauded for his wisdom. One day the great philosopher
came upon an acquaintance, who ran up to him excitedly
and said, "Socrates, do you know what I just heard about
one of your students...?"

"Wait a moment," Socrates replied. "Before you tell
me, I'd like you to pass a little test. It's called
the Test of Three."

"Test of Three?"

"That's correct," Socrates continued.

"Before you talk to me about my student let's take a
moment to test what you're going to say. The first
test is Truth. Have you made absolutely sure that what
you are about to tell me is true?"

"No," the man replied, "actually I just heard about it."

"All right," said Socrates. "So you don't really know
if it's true or not. Now let's try the second test,
the test of Goodness. Is what you are about to tell me
about my student something good?"

"No, on the contrary..."

"So," Socrates continued, "you want to tell me
something bad about him even though you're not certain
it's true?"

The man shrugged, a little embarrassed.

Socrates continued, "You may still pass though because
there is a third test - the filter of Usefulness. Is what you
want to tell me about my student going to be useful to me?"

"No, not really..."

"Well," concluded Socrates, "if what you want to tell
me is neither True nor Good nor even Useful, why tell
it to me at all?"

The man was defeated and ashamed and said no more.

This is the reason Socrates was a great philosopher
and held in such high esteem.