Just for fun...

OK, so at first this was difficult to watch, because it is heartbreaking to see this poor doggie whose hind legs have been crushed by a vehicle, but stick with it. This is the story of a young man who was bicycling across China to Tibet, and he picks up this wretched doggie by the side of the road and takes him with him. By the end, you will see a very happy doggie. A story both heartbreaking and inspiring.
 
An angel asked God what he was doing. "Making Canadians," he answered.

"Aww, they're so nice!" said the angel.

"Oh, yeah? Watch this," God said, as he dropped a hockey puck...
Hilarious! Sooooo many jokes in that setup, "An angel asked God what he was doing. "Making X," he answered." My brain won't rest till I've thought of one.
 
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Did you hear about the pediatrician who had anger management issues?
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He had little patients.
It's funny I can understand most of these jokes while I still cannot pronounce many English words properly...

Once, I had a long talk with an English native speaker about the pronunciation of the word "fungi". How would you pronounce it Chez?
 
Sometimes I say fun guy, sometimes I say fun jee (rhymes with bungee), other times I say fungee with a hard g. All three ways. Very ecumenical pronunciation. Never fun jai, though... Remember Oscar Wilde (I think) said, "Consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds."
 
Sometimes I say fun guy, sometimes I say fun jee (rhymes with bungee), other times I say fungee with a hard g. All three ways. Very ecumenical pronunciation. Never fun jai, though... Remember Oscar Wilde (I think) said, "Consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds."
Great quote. You made me look though:

Ralph Waldo Emerson once wrote, “A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of small minds…”
 
Great quote. You made me look though:

Ralph Waldo Emerson once wrote, “A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of small minds…”
Not just for fun, I know, but how much consistency is too much? Rampant hypocrisy in politics and on the internet depends critically on the ability to compartmentalize inconsistent stances.
 
Repeat a lie often enough and it becomes the truth” - Joseph Goebbels
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I like it when people, including leaders, change their minds based on new conditions, or facts. Foolish consistency is scary. Mr. Carrot has something in common with Goebbels.
 
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