>GEICO has been rather creative in the commercial department for many years. The new ones continue that tradition. This one had me rolling on the floor
>Okay so I just listened to a Fresh Air broadcast with the guitarist from Queen. Did you know he has a PhD in Astro Physics? Anyway, they discussed this version of the classic Queen song and he said he really liked it. In fact the instruments is the actual Queen music with the muppets overdubbed on top. So Queen gave them permission for this. It’s awesome. LONG LIVE THE MUPPETS!!!
>This video is the bomb. Mr. Bean captures what it feels like to walk into a church and not know what to expect. I felt like this a few times when I was working at night. There were plenty of times when my wife had to nudge me because I was snoring.
>I just started a new job. My trainer likes to send these funny emails out every day about how awesome Chuck Norris. Here is one of many. Enjoy.
1. Scientists have estimated that the energy given off during the Big Bang is roughly equal to 1CNRhK (Chuck Norris Roundhouse Kick)
2. Chuck Norris’ house has no doors, only walls that he walks through.
3. How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could Chuck Norris? …All of it.
4. Chuck Norris doesn’t actually write books, the words assemble themselves out of fear.
5. In honor of Chuck Norris, all McDonald’s in Texas have an even larger size than the super-size. When ordering, just ask to be “Norrisized”.
6. Chuck Norris CAN believe it’s not butter.
7. If tapped, a Chuck Norris roundhouse kick could power the country of Australia for 44 minutes.
8. The grass is always greener on the other side, unless Chuck Norris has been there. In that case the grass is most likely soaked in blood and tears.
9. Newton’s Third Law is wrong: Although it states that for each action, there is an equal and opposite reaction, there is no force equal in reaction to a Chuck Norris roundhouse kick.
10. Chuck Norris invented his own type of karate. It’s called Chuck-Will-Kill.
11. When an episode of Walker Texas Ranger was aired in France, the French surrendered to Chuck Norris just to
Last night we were reading a short story from the great American author Mark Twain. Our selection for the evening was one of stories entitled “The Bad Little Boy”. The story is about a bad little boy that never gets in trouble, never gets found out, and gets away with everything. There is no moral truth behind his actions. In fact, he grows up, gets married, has a big family (that he bludgeoned to death with an ax), and then becomes a respected member of the legislature.
Now during the reading of this great American short story, a bumblebee decided to join the oration of Mr. Twain. He buzzed by my ear as I tried to flick him away. He came back at me as I stood up and tried to get away. At that point my old dog Jackson, walked forward and tried to come close to me. The bee, being completely subjective, decided that he was a warm body that was worth stinging. The bee flew towards Jackson and stung him once. I swatted at the bee with my copy of Mark Twain. I hit the bee, but he came rushing back towards the dog at lightning speed and stung him again. I whacked the bee again and managed to hit it away. Jackson ran into the house and jumped in the bathtub scared to death. I don’t know if he was more scared of the bee that was stinging him, or if he was afraid of the fact that I was hitting him with a book!
After the bee inflicted his damage on the dog he went after my youngest child and stung him on the arm. My son was in shock trying to figure out what had just happened. He grabbed his arm and began to scream in pain. After my wife tried to get the bee away from him, it attacked her as well. The bee rushed in and stung my wife on the leg. She finally was able to give it a good whack and stun the bee to the ground. I took Mark Twain over to where the bee lay stunned and hit it as hard as I could with the back of the book.
This whole incident happened within about fifteen seconds. It seemed like an eternity. It was one of the most surreal situations I have ever seen. It is a story that will live in infamy and one that my children will probably tell their children. As for the bee, it is not for me to judge the state of its eternal soul, but I doubt it accepted Christ in it’s last seconds on earth. I do know one thing, he wasn’t much of a Mark Twain fan.
>After having a conversation with some friends last night, I am curious as to where you would live if you had the chance. I don’t want to know where you would like to visit. I want to know where you can truly see yourself spending many years becoming part of the community. Post a comment below and let me know….