Disco King


I'm sick. I rarely get sick but today I feel lousy. The last time I got this sick was probably 5 years ago. In fact, throughout my life I've rarely been sick --- rarely been absent from work or school. Praise God for giving me healthy genes. I believe our obsession to be germ free (just like Howard Hughes) prevents our anti-bodies from developing. When I was a boy I used to get my hands very dirty --- playing with sand, mud, even mercury. And I would eat anything. My exposure to germs and dirt developed my natural immunity.

I remember when I went to Italy years back. I had heard about how expensive bottled water was and so I decided to quench my thirst with cheap wine. Bad decision. I got so drunk, a burglar could have ambushed me and I wouldn't have been able to put up a fight. So the next day I was staring at a fountain of water spewing out of a sculpture of a lion's mouth in a park. A sign said "non potabile" or "non potable water." But the water from the mountains looked so clear I thought I'd take my chances with it. And so I gulped half a glass and waited for my stomach to start growling. But it never did. From that point on, I had free water everywhere I traveled.

The latest medical findings say that daily vitamin use may not preserve our health as we had thought. It's another medical theory proven to be wrong. In retrospect, getting sick is a good reminder of our mortality. I may not enjoy it but I can accept it and it springs up hope for a better after-life.

"I know that my redeemer lives, and that in the end he will stand on the earth. And after my skin has been destroyed, yet in my flesh I will see God." --- Job 19 25

Wisdom from Naomi of North Hollywood, CA
Words of Wisdom

Money can't buy happiness but poverty can't buy anything.

Thanks to this week's winners:
Chuck of Whittier, CA; Don of Kelowna, B.C.; Tom of Pasadena, CA; Naomi of N Hollywood, CA; Mike and Charlie of New York

Disco King
Sent by Tom of Pasadena, CA

Husband takes the wife to a disco there's a guy on the dance floor living it large --- break dancing, moon walking, back flips, the works. The wife turns to her husband and says: "See that guy? 25 years ago he proposed to me and I turned him down."

Husband says: "Looks like he's still celebrating!"

How Swearing Was Invented
Sent by Chuck of Whittier, CA

Videos of the week: (click on the picture)

Guard Dogs are no Match for Cats
Contributed by Don of Kelowna, B.C.

Dogs vs cats

Whoever said cats are afraid of dogs based that on size but in reality, it's the claw-enabled felines that rule.

Astronaut's Worst Nightmare
Contributed by Mike of New York

Astronuaght worst nightmare

Here's a quick video. NASA has been looking for signs of life for ages, Well, what if they finally find signs of life? And what if you had just eaten beans?

Don't Bring your Purse to a Swamp
Contributed by Mike of New York

Aligator Purse

Be careful when you bring your purse to a swamp. The purse may be somebody's baby.

Flash Mob at Bursa
Contributed by Tom of Pasadena, CA

Bursa Flash Mob

Even the Middle East have Flash Mobs.

Plumber Prank
Contributed by Tom of Pasadena, CA

Plumbers Prank

This is one of the most elaborate pranks I've seen. You gotta hand it to those plumbers.

Cancer Makeover
Contributed by Charlie of New York

Cancer Wigs

A poignant film about cancer patients and how they have the laugh of their lives. To be able to give such joy to these people is a true gift.


The Plumber Prank video is funny. That was a heck of a lot of work for a beer party.
I hope you feel better soon.

Wow in spite of illness you do a great job! Get well and healthy soon as possible! I did a similar thing in Italy and drank the best tap water everywhere I went! The bottled water was carbonated and made me burp! I think the bottlers of water put up all those non-potable signs!

Get better! Tom of Pasadena

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