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Friday, May 17, 2013

Canadian money warning to Muslims...

New Canadian Money

(Don't overlook the Medical Warning at the end of this message.)

Darned clever, these Canadians!
Perhaps America and Europe should consider changing their currencies too.
Due to the global war on terrorism, many terrorist organizations have had their finances frozen. Consequently, they have resorted to counterfeiting.
The Canadians have decided to redesign their currency to prevent the radical Muslims from even touching it! It is also hoped that this will have a positive effect on tourism.

Muslim terrorists have to kill themselves if they see a naked woman.
Those Canadians always find the solution! Must be the pure water up there.

Sunday, May 5, 2013


Many of my friends have told me that all they ever get from me are dirty jokes and pictures.
To change your minds, I wanted to send you this picture of a duck. I have been told it is pretty good as duck pictures go .

So, I'm sending it to you knowing that a lot of you are sportsmen and will appreciate this

I think it's a Mallard

Saturday, May 4, 2013


Scientists are still trying to prove evolution is a fact while ignoring the obvious. Obviously Earth has been reseeded many times after each of six different extinctions. Evolution cannot account for the diversity of the 30-million or so different species we now have.  There were probably more like 40-million species dropped off on Earth after the flood. Since the time of Noah many of them have become extinct.  We have been looked after, nurtured and watched ever since...

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - A 2 million-year-old ancestor of man had a mixture of ape and human-like features that allowed it to hike vast distances on two legs with as much ease as it could scurry up trees, according to research published on Friday.
Discovered in cave near Johannesburg in 2008, the fossils of a species named "Australopithecus sediba" have given researchers clues about the evolution of man and which traits in our ancestors fell by the wayside.
Standing about 1.3 meters (4 ft) tall, sediba had a narrow rib cage similar to apes but a flexible spine more similar to that of a human. Its long arms and powerful torso helped in climbing, according to the research published in the journal Science.
Sediba's small heel resembled a chimpanzee's and it walked with an inward rotation of the knee and hip on slightly twisted feet with a flat-footed gait that would have helped it cover ground, the researchers said.
"It is the perfect compromise of something that has the need to walk on the ground efficiently for long distances. At the same time, it is a very capable climber," said Lee Berger, project leader at the Wits Evolutionary Studies Institute in South Africa.
The researchers plan further studies to see how these fossils of early human relatives known as hominin compare to other remains, to help put together the pieces of evolution.
"We have more complete specimens of fossils than for any other early hominin species that has ever been discovered. What this means is that we can make assessments of the anatomy and behavior of this species with a great deal of confidence," Berger told Reuters.
(Reporting by Jon Herskovitz; Editing by Robin Pomeroy)

Friday, May 3, 2013

You must be over fifteen to read this...

Professor Higgins at the University of Sydney was giving a lecture on 'Involuntary Muscle Contraction' to the first year medical students.

This was not an exciting subject and the professor decided to lighten up the mood.

He pointed to a young woman in the front row and asked, 'Do you know what your asshole is doing while you're having an orgasm?'

She replied, 'Probably golfing with his buddies.

It took 45 minutes to restore order in the classroom.

Ted Nugent Interview...

How deer think

Great Quote!

Deer Hunting Story... even if you don't care about hunting... Gotta Love Ted!

Ted Nugent, rock star and avid bow hunter from Michigan , was being interviewed by a liberal journalist, an animal rights activist. The discussion came around to deer hunting. The journalist asked, "What do you think is the last thought in the head of a deer before you shoot him? Is it, 'Are you my friend?' or is it 'Are you the one who killed my brother?'"
Nugent replied, "Deer aren't capable of that kind of thinking. All they care about is, what am I going to eat next, who am I going to screw next, and can I run fast enough to get away. They are very much like the Democrats in Congress."
The interview ended