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Why We Need Jokes

Jokes are the best form of entertainment today. It can be attractive and informative. It takes you from one extreme to another one. We are truly in the information age with funny jokes that leading the way of entertainment.

Who Needs Global Warming When You Got the Mayan Long Count?

Today’s message comes to you as a public service from your local boomer. I feel compelled to warn you of the impending end of our civilization as we know it on December 21, 2012. According to some of the latest shows on the History Channel, it looks like the end is near. It has something to do with the Mayan Long Count, which is not a scheme thought up by the Rams new head coach to save his quarterbacks hide.

The Wealthiest Man in the World

It happened that they were looking for the man with the greatest fortune in the world and were offering many different prizes for him: contracts, publicity, radio, television, written media and even to increase his fortune. This was a true slap on the face to poverty because it had a great convention, many important people, many clubs of diamonds, sapphires, rubies and all the VIP categories that could be found.

10 Ways to Tell It’s Too Cold

It’s been a cruel winter. When will the cold weather end? Who knows, but until then, here are 10 ways to tell how cold it is.

Dissecting the Maury Cycle – Woman A Meets Man A

A day off from work has allowed me to do something I have not done in a few years: watch “the Maury Povich Show.” Although it has been a few years since I have watched it, the episode sure seemed a lot like every episode I have ever watched of this show:

Dog Days – Switching the Roles of Humans and Dogs Everywhere

It seems that every time I walk into a house in which a big dog resides, that dog inevitably jumps on me. The humans who live in the house then proceed to say things like, “You should be happy. That means he likes you!”

Eye Spy – The Eleventh Line on the Chart

Today I ran into an old friend, but don’t worry, neither of us got hurt too badly. I’ll just have to be more careful in the future.

Surprise Commercials in Obama Inaugural Speech Were Bid to Defray Costs

It’s 2009: the dawn of a new political era. Change is no longer content simply to be in the air; it is now the prevailing wind, powering ’round-the-clock bursts of self-serving cliché in every corner of politics. That includes Washington, of course, and the biggest political stage of them all: Inauguration Day.

Believe it Or Not?

Most of us are familiar with Ripley’s Believe it or Not. We enjoy reading about Siamese twins who don’t speak to each other or people with distorted faces.

Become a Comedian – Connecting With Your Audience

As you go through the process of learning how to become a comedian, you will hear this phrase thrown around a lot – “You need to connect quickly with your audience”. But what does that really mean? Let me just say that connecting with your audience involves a number of factors, some of which happen before you ever even speak a word on stage.

Hey Bernie, Where’s My Money? – Don’t Worry It’s in the Mail!

Well, no one wants to see anyone get taken for a ride, but when I learned that Mark Rich got scammed by Bernie Made-Off – I just thought to myself that is poetic justice indeed. I can only imagine a conversation that might have transpired.

Raised on Bear Stories – None of Which Were Goldilocks and the Three Bears

I was raised on two bear stories – neither of which was Goldilocks and the Three Bears. The first was “The Story of Horace.” It was a delightful book about a bear who lived with Ma, Pa, Grandma, Grandpa, a number of other family members, and Little Lulu. Each day Pa went out hunting and each time he returned, Horace had eaten someone.

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