I have two books published. Both of these can be found on Amazon as Kindle books. Connections has you look at how everything in the world is connected. There are simple and obvious connections such as chair legs on the floor or a painting on a wall. We make connections with people everywhere as well. […]Published Books — Author Logan Braidy
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- must keep you busy
Telling and sharing stories through the power of the www.
for your entertainment in social isolation/hibernation
A church has a rat problem
The church doesn’t want to kill the rats so they trap them and release them far away, but the next day they are back.
Next they try ask them politely to leave, still they won’t budge.
Finally the priest has one last idea, he baptized all the rats.
Now they only come at Christmas and Easter.
man walked into a bar. He sat down and asked the bar tender “If I impress you, can I have a free drink?”. The bar tender said sure, so the man reached in his pocket and pulled out a tiny piano. He then pulled out a small rat and set it by the piano. It crawled on to the bench and began playing
music. The bar tender was amazed, so he gave the man a beer. Next, the man said “If I impress you even more, can I have free drinks for life?”. The bar tender didn’t think it was possible, so he agreed. The man pulled a frog out of his pocket, and it began to sing by the piano. The bar tender smiled and told the man that he was impressed. A man in a suit with a cane walked into the bar, saw the small animals, and offered to buy them for $2 million. The owner said no, but he offered to sell the frog for $500k. The rich man agreed, took the frog, and left. The bar tender couldn’t believe the owner just did that and said “Why did you just sell the frog?! There is no singing now!”. The owner laughed and said “Don’t worry; the rat is a ventriloquist!”.
Two professors of economics were walking down a road when they saw a dead rat.
The older one said – “If you eat this, I’ll pay you ₹10,000”. The younger one makes a quick cost-benefit analysis and finally eats the rat.
The younger professor experiences a bad after-taste and wants the older professor to experience the same. When he sees another dead rat on the road, he dares the professor to eat it in exchange for the old ₹10,000. The senior professor, eager to recover his reckless bet, eats it.
After a few minutes of walking silently, the younger professor finally says – “Looks like we’ve been eating dead rats for free.”
The older professor remarks, “But don’t forget we just added ₹ 20,000 to the GDP!”
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“the totally unmusical pie piper (from “Sleepy Hollow”)”
Shared by “early bird” (very) * craig
* my “best” time (by far)
“Information and Inspiration Distributer, Incorrigible Encourager and People-builder” *
* not bridges (thank goodness)!
Well my family and friends say I’m “safest” just writing and sharing
Driven to share, uplift, encourage and (perhaps even) inspire
“Live each day as if it’s your last…
and one day you’ll be right!
So it may be better and safer for you following the rats!
Don’t worry about the world ending today…
it’s already tomorrow in scenic and tranquil ‘little’ New Zealand