Man Goes to a French Restaurant


   You've all heard about the phenomenal success of the Pokemon Go app, right? In less than a month that game has gone viral earning well over $15 M. But remember a time when when families played board games like Monopoly? Yeah, we played that but one game I enjoyed more was CAREERS --- where you choose your personal success formula combining 3 goals: Fame, Fortune and Happiness. You win by harnessing 60 points using whatever combination of the 3. You could have 10 of Fame, 30 of Fortune and 20 of Happiness. Or you could have zero of Fame and Happiness but 60 points of Fortune. The throw of the dice (like opportunities in life) determines your points and your strategy.

   Now that I've tasted my share of life's journey I see that there is one goal that this game failed to include. If you think about it, what really is the purpose of life? Is it to be famous, rich or happy? I don't think so.

   I did a little research on author of the game --- a sociologist named Dr. James Cooke Brown who was born in the Philippines. He had ideas beyond his time. If my limited conjectures are right I did not see any indication of a belief in God. Which could explain the absence of a spiritual goal in his game. I thought that was sad: To live a life with goals for just this side of heaven.

   There has to be a goal beyond fame, fortune and happiness. At least that's how I see it. And the really cool thing about it is it's never too late to start reaching for that goal. What stage of life are you in? Are you reaching for the better goal? TGIF people!

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Rich people stay rich by living like they're broke. Broke people stay broke by living like they're rich.

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A Man Goes to a French Restaurant
Contributed by Tom of Pasadena, CA

A man goes into a restaurant and is seated. All the waitresses are gorgeous. A particularly voluptuous waitress wearing a very short skirt and legs that won't quit, came to his table and asked if he was ready to order, "What would you like, sir?”

He looks at the menu and then scans her beautiful frame top to bottom, then answers, "A quickie."

The waitress turns and walks away in disgust. After she regains her composure she returns and asks again, "What would you like, sir?" Again the man thoroughly checks her out and again answers, "a quickie, please." This time her anger takes over, she reaches over and slaps him across the face with a resounding "SMACK!" and storms away.

A man sitting at the next table leans over and whispers,

"Um, I think it's pronounced 'quiche'."

Videos of the week:

Supermarket Battle
Janet of South Pasadena, CA

Pokemon Supermarket Battle

The "Pokemon Go" craze is alive and well. You've got to be in your 20s or have young kids to appreciate this.

Kitten Massage
Freddie of Buena Park, CA

Kitten Massage

You can tell this kitten's in 7th heaven.

37 Year Old Fililipina/American Housewife in X Factor
Santi of Mandaluyong, Philippines
Neneth Lyons X actor

This nervous Mom made me cry. Watch till the end.

3D Street Art by Leon Keer
Estela of the Philippines

Leon Keer 3d art

Very cool. I actually made one of these. It wasn't as complex as the artwork in this video but I figured out how this is done. If you want to try it out yourself, read my article and near the end I provide a PDF file you can print to create your own "Jaws Coming Out of the Pavement." The hardest part for me was the bending.

Peter Paul of S Pasadena, CA


Flatulence: It comes in different strengths and sounds. Here's a funny commercial about life's embarrassing moments but it's also a warning about a potential colon cancer. If you know someone who does this a lot, I guess you should advise them to get a checkup. TGIF people!

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