great slide show

this is BREATHTAKING!!!!!! have your sound on.

http://www.greatdanepro.com/Blue%20Bueaty/index.htm


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Fwd: FW: Church choir

thanks to my mom for sending this one

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CHURCH CHOIR

This is a group of people who decided to do something incredibly
creative at their church, and they have on white gloves and are
performing in front of black lights .. Enjoy! Turn your sound on
before clicking the link.

This is a You Tube video. Type in the address below or copy and/or paste.
I hope you can get it.

Http://www.mychurch.org/blog/30635


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funny anti- bush

George W Bush Presidential Library

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The George W Bush Presidential Library is now in the planning stages.
The Library will include:

The Hurricane Katrina Room, which is still under construction.

The Alberto Gonzales Room, where you won't be able to remember anything.

The Texas Air National Guard Room, where you don't even have to show up.

The Walter Reed Hospital Room, where they don't let you in.

The Guantanamo Bay Room, where they don't let you out.

The Weapons of Mass Destruction Room, which no one has been able to find.

The National Debt room which is huge and has no ceiling.

The 'Tax Cut' Room with entry only to the wealthy.

The 'Economy Room' which is in the toilet.

The Iraq War Room. After you complete your first tour, they make you
to go back for a second, third, fourth, and sometimes fifth tour.

The Dick Cheney Room, in the famous undisclosed location, complete
with shotgun gallery.

The Environmental Conservation Room, still empty.

The Supremes Gift Shop, where you can buy an election.

The Airport Men's Room, where you can meet some of your favorite
Republican Senators.

The 'Decider Room' complete with dart board, magic 8-ball, Ouija
board, dice, coins, and straws.

The museum will have an electron microscope to help you locate the
President's accomplishments.

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MORE FACTS

Well over a billion single-use plastic bags are given out for free
each day. But as the old adage says, nothing comes for free. Here are
some facts to illustrate the actual costs paid by our environment and
society for the fleeting convenience of unlimited, free, single-use
plastic bags. To see the real costs, we must look at the "cradle to
grave" multiple impacts and the effects of each phase of a bag's life.

* If 1 out of 4 Americans used a reusable shopping bag we could save
3 million barrels of oil (105 million gallons)

You can literally eliminate all of the below negatives by just taking
a reusable grocery bag to the grocery store instead of using their
plastic of paper bags. Most places sell them on the spot so you don't
have to worry about finding one.

Phase 1: Production Costs

The production of plastic bags requires petroleum and often natural
gas, both non-renewable resources that increase our dependency on
foreign suppliers. Additionally, prospecting and drilling for these
resources contributes to the destruction of fragile habitats and
ecosystems around the world.

The toxic chemical ingredients needed to make plastic produces
pollution during the manufacturing process.

The energy needed to manufacture and transport disposable bags eats up
more resources and creates global warming emissions.

Phase 2: Consumption Costs

Annual cost to US retailers alone is estimated at $4 billion.

When retailers give away free bags, their costs are passed on to
consumers in the form of higher prices.

Phase 3: Disposal and Litter Costs

Hundreds of thousands of sea turtles, whales and other marine mammals
die every year from eating discarded plastic bags mistaken for food.
Turtles think the bags are jellyfish, their primary food source. Once
swallowed, plastic bags choke animals or block their intestines,
leading to an agonizing death.

On land, many cows, goats and other animals suffer a similar fate to
marine life when they accidentally ingest plastic bags while foraging
for food.

In a landfill, plastic bags take up to 1,000 years to degrade. As
litter, they breakdown into tiny bits, contaminating our soil and
water.

When plastic bags breakdown, small plastic particles can pose threats
to marine life and contaminate the food web. A 2001 paper by Japanese
researchers reported that plastic debris acts like a sponge for toxic
chemicals, soaking up a million fold greater concentration of such
deadly compounds as PCBs and DDE (a breakdown product of the notorious
insecticide DDT), than the surrounding seawater. These turn into toxic
gut bombs for marine animals which frequently mistake these bits for
food.

Collection, hauling and disposal of plastic bag waste create an
additional environmental impact. An estimated 8 billion pounds of
plastic bags, wraps and sacks enter the waste stream every year in the
US alone, putting an unnecessary burden on our diminishing landfill
space and causing air pollution if incinerated.

Recycling requires energy for the collection, processing, etc. and
doesn't address the above issues.

Link: http://www.reusablebags.com/facts.php?id=2
Solution Type: Habit Media


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too funny

This deserves a ten out of ten

Two sisters, one blonde and one brunette, inherit the family ranch.
Unfortunately, after just a few years, they are in financial trouble.

In order to keep the bank from repossessing the ranch they need to
purchase a bull so that they can breed their own stock. Upon leaving to
check out a good prospect, the brunette tells her sister: 'Now, when I get
there, if I decide to buy the bull, I'll contact you to drive out after me
and haul it home.'

The brunette arrives at the seller's ranch, inspects the bull, and decides
to buy it.

After paying him the $599 asking price, she drives to the nearest town to
send her sister a telegram to tell her the news.

She walks into the telegraph office, and says: 'I want to send a telegram
to my sister telling her that I've bought a bull for our ranch. I need her
to hitch the trailer to our pickup truck and drive out here so we can haul
it home.'

The telegraph operator explains that he'll be glad to help her, then adds,
'It's just 99 cents a word.'

Well, after paying for the bull, the brunette has only $1 left, meaning
she'll only be able to send her sister a one-word message. After thinking
for a few minutes, she nods, and says: 'I want you to send her the
word…'comfortable'.'

The telegraph operator shakes his head. 'How is she ever going to know
that you want her to hitch the trailer to your pickup truck and drive out
here to haul that bull back to your ranch if you send her the word,
'comfortable'?'

The brunette explains, 'My sister's a blonde. The word's a big one.
She'll read
it slowly…out loud… ('com-for-da-bul').'


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DIGITAL CONVERTER LINK AGAIN

https://www.dtv2009.gov/


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HOSPITAL HUMOR

THANKS TO SAMMIE H FOR THIS ONE!

HOSPITAL HUMOR

> If you've ever been in the hospital you'll be able to relate to this one.
>
> A sweet grandmother telephoned St. Joseph's Hospital. She timidly
> asked, 'Is it possible to speak to someone who can tell me how a
> patient is doing?'
>
> The operator said, 'I'll be glad to help, dear. What's the name and
> room number?' The grandmother in her weak, tremulous voice said,
> 'Norma Findlay, Room 305.'
>
> The operator replied, 'Let me place you on hold while I check with
> her nurse.' After a few minutes the operator returned to the
> phone and said, 'Good news. Her nurse has told me that Norma is
> doing very well. Her blood pressure is fine. Her blood work just
> came back as normal and her Physician, Dr. Cohen, has scheduled
> her to be discharged Tuesday.'
>
> The grandmother said, 'Thank you. That's wonderful! I was so
> worried! God bless you for the good news.'
>
> The operator replied, 'You're more than welcome. Is Norma your
> daughter?'
>
> The Grandmother said, 'No, I'm Norma Findlay in 305. No one
> tells me sh*t.'
>


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