Sharing these images with you for some laughter — and truth!
I thought man’s family jewels (testicles) were the weakest and fragile part of man’s body that would bring one to his knees with wrenching pain once it gets hit.
Every male, one time or another, must have experienced the excruciating pain felt following a direct hit! You can ask a boxer who has been at the receiving end of a low blow.
Until I saw this video I did not have the faintest idea that there was such a training that would turn this vulnerable part of man’s body into an unsusceptible ‘balls’ of steel or iron crotch.
Check this link out about Master Wei Yaobin and his followers and if you are a male person I am sure you will keep on grimacing at every blow that hits its mark!
But what i found painfully funny are the self-flagellations!
Am sure there are more miserable looking animals inside but the sun bear is singled out here in this video and link of an article that I am sharing perhaps because of its rarity.
The sun bear, which is considered the smallest of the bears, can only be found in tropical forest habitats of Southeast Asia, and has been classified as vulnerable by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) because of its depleted suitable habitat caused by deforestation.
While it is bad that they are kept in the zoo for public display, it is even worse for their kind because they cannot do what they are suppose to do if they were in the wild, what with their long tongue 20–25 cm (7.9–9.8 in) to extract insects and honey and with their large paws and large sickle-shaped claws, which is believe to be an adaptation for climbing trees.
This video that I am sharing, which was taken by Indonesia-based Scorpion Wildlife Trade Monitoring Group, only shows how inadequate the funding perhaps to make the animals healthy and the facility to remain sustainable.
But what is even worse perhaps is the lack of trained personnel to run the zoo.
What a pitiable sight indeed.
For more on the subject you can also visit this link: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/skeletal-sun-bears-indonesia-zoo_us_58819d50e4b0e3a735684c7f.
I got this joke from a friend and I thought I would share it with you, well, just for a change and for some laughter.
But you know what – this may sound funny, but there are really some doctor’s receptionists out there that are just as overbearing and unsympathetic as the one featured here.
Obviously, you will notice that the patient here is a senior citizen and a quick witted one who administered to her a quick dose of her own medicine – and even worse!
That is all one has to do to put this type of puffed-up clerks in their right place.
Yesterday I had an appointment to see the urologist for a prostate exam. Of course I was a bit on edge because all my friends have either gone under the knife or had those pellets implanted
The waiting room was filled with patients.
As I approached the receptionist’s desk, I noticed that she was a large unfriendly woman who looked like a Sumo wrestler.
I gave her my name, and in a very loud voice, she said,
“YES, I HAVE YOUR NAME HERE. YOU WANT TO SEE THE DOCTOR ABOUT IMPOTENCE, RIGHT?
All the patients in the waiting room snapped their heads around to look at me, a now very embarrassed man. But as usual, I recovered quickly, and in an equally loud voice replied,
“NO, I’VE COME TO INQUIRE ABOUT A SEX CHANGE OPERATION, BUT I DON’T WANT THE SAME DOCTOR THAT DID YOURS.”
The room erupted in applause!
This is something new that I am doing. It may not be the last one.
For those who do not know Trevor Noah, haven’t heard of him spoken about or much less haven’t had the chance to listen to him, the video you are about to see, I am sure, will captivate you.
Compared to Jon Stewart, an American stand-up comedian who gained acclaim as an acerbic, satirical critic of personality-driven shows when he hosted The Daily Show (1999-2015) on Comedy Central, Noah, the man who took over Stewart’s talk show program is a much lesser light.
But slowly and surely Noah, the stand-up comedian from Soweto in South Africa is making a mark of his comedic personality and wit, and while not exactly filling up the shoes of the much loved Stewart, more and more people, including other famous talk show hosts in America, are recognizing his potential for greatness, as well.
What makes Noah intriguing is his mixed-race ancestry having a Swiss- German for a father and a South African mother of Xhosa ancestry. What made it even worse, if not daunting, is the fact that his parents’ relationship was illegal at the time of his birth under aparthied. His mother was jailed and fined by the South African white minority government, and his father later moved back to Switzerland.
I will leave it up for you to consult Wikipedia to learn more about Noah or Stewart, for that matter, and/or their respective satirical news programs.
The only reason why I am doing this differently is because I want to share with you the book that Noah has written, “Born a Crime”, from which he reads excerpts of some overwhelming and heart-stirring stories about his life as he is being interviewed by somebody of his own color.
What a struggle! What a success! All despite being ‘born a crime’.
As it has moved and impressed me, I am sure you, too, will feel the same, and perhaps even more.
You might be wondering what the heck is Runway 32 and where exactly is it found?
Well, Runway 32 is simply what it is, a 5334 ft long airstrip located in Barangay Dahican in Mati, the capital city of the province of Davao Oriental in the Philippines. It is the only airport in Davao Oriental.
Interestingly, during the heydays of the Marcos regime, this was famously called the Imelda R. Marcos Airport, perhaps due to the impulsive whim and scandalous vagary of the former iron lady who had things done, whether it will serve its purpose or not for as long as the project is named after her.
The airstrip with its lone, now worn out terminal building fronting a tarmac for plane parking, loading, unloading, boarding and deplaning was never really fully utilized for commercial purposes as domestic flights are available to and from Davao City.
Needless to say Imelda’s project never took off in Mati.
However, what is successfully taking off at the moment and helping make Mati City soar high up in the air again, as far as tourism is concern, is the ingenious idea of some Davao folks who founded the Mindanao Saga Flying Club (MSFC) for recreational purposes while suitably utilizing Runway 32 for what it was constructed for and for riders to enjoy the scenic beauty of the city and its surroundings like no one has seen before in exhilarating and breathtaking open cockpit ultra light planes and the like, especially when talking about the Sleeping Dinosaur Island, resort places and the famous Dahikan Beach with its 17-kilometer pure, fine white sand shore.
A must see in Mati is also the city’s Subangan Museum, where it showcases a great mixture of rich cultural and natural heritage thru its displays. It also houses the fossil of a 50-foot long sperm whale that was found by fishermen in 2010.
But the reason really why I am writing about this piece is because I simply want to share with you the experience and fun me we all had at MSFC. I was with my wife, Paz, our daughter Angie, with her husband Rodin and daughters Amaya and Mayumi. Yumi, who is just 6 years old, had the guts to fly with her Tito King, while older sister Amaya was just contented taxiing on the airstrip.
Iñaki (T. King) incidentally is the one managing MSFC. Next year, he says, MSFC will not only be a recreational club but will be a licensed flying school at the same time for small aircrafts.
(For more of MSFC you can go to this link: https://www.facebook.com/MindanaoSagaFlyingClub/photos/)
Enjoy the photos.
We grew up watching our favorite cartoon characters in those days in our black and white idiots boxes and as we are fading away so should they, but that is of course if our fertile imagination has not left us yet to fantasize things. The following funny characters are how they are perceived to appear as they are all seniors now, too, from our amusing point of view.