Polish Divorce

Peter's Principle

   Back in the late 60s there was a popular business theory that came out called "Peter's Principle" which states that "People are elevated to the position of their incompetence." When you see incompetent managers running an organization, Peter's Principle says it would have been better that they remained in a lower level where they were still effective.

   When you look at many politicians who are in office, is it any wonder that you see a lot of incompetents? Born politicians are award-winning actors. Sadly, they are better actors than managers. Campaign season is Show Time for them. The rest of their term, they hibernate and reserve their energy for the next election.

   If Peter's Principle holds up, I predict the next President will reach his/her level of incompetence. So no need for sleepless nights and endless debates --- hoping that the best person wins. It's already a given that we will have an incompetent up there. The question is -- "What do we do about it?" Answer? Pray for that person. Let's pray that when all the fanfare dies down that that person will ponder that new role as the leader of the free world and look beyond selfish interests and transform from being a politician into a human being.

    TGIF people!

Wisdom from Tom of Pasadena, CAWords of Wisdom

Intellectuals solve problems; geniuses prevent them.
--- Albert Einstein

Thanks to this week's winners:
Tom, Norm, Libbe, Sang, Naomi, Peter Paul, Charlie and Art.

You can view this email
and send me
feedback online at

There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self.
--- Ernest Hemmingway

At the Parking Lot
Contributed by Naomi of North Hollywood, CA

Polish Divorce
Contributed by Sang of Delaware
(A revival of a joke classic)

A Polish man moved to the USA and married an American lady. Although his English wasn't perfect they got along very well.

One day he rushed to the solicitor's and asked him if he could arrange a divorce for him. The solicitor said that getting a divorce would depend on circumstances and asked him the following questions:

Have you any grounds?

Yes, an acre and a half and a nice little home.

No, I mean what is the foundation of this case?
It made of concrete.

I don't think you understand. Do either of you have a real grudge?
No, we have a carport and not need one.

I mean what are your relations like?
All my relations are in Poland.

Is there any infidelity in your marriage?
We have hi-fidelity stereo and a good DVD player.

Does your wife beat you up?
No I always up before her.

Is your wife a nagger?

No, she white.

Why do you want this divorce?
She going to kill me!

What makes you think that?
I got proof!

What kind of proof?
She going to poison me! She bought a bottle at drug store and put on shelf in bathroom. I can read English well and it say:

Videos of the week:

Duck Chases Dog
Libbe of Southern California


I don't know if you think this is funny. I do. But it's definitely cute.

War Weapons of Ancient China
Art of Sierra Madre, CA

Ancient Chinese Discovery

I wonder how true this really is. You know how historians doctor things up and plant "so called" evidence ... but it's certainly impressive. The video's pretty long so watch only if you're a war history buff.

What Happens in the Garden
Charlie of New Jersey

What happens in our garden

I might have shared this a long time ago but this is still fascinating. Great cinematography too. It's kinda long so ... only if you have time.

Boy Catches Fish With Toy Rod
Norm the Arcadia Accountant

Boy Catches FIsh with toy ROd

Another cute video. Everyone's surprised that this little kid with his dinky little fishing rod catches a fish. Look at happiness written all over his face.

Robot Dance
Peter Paul of South Pasadena, CA

Robot Dance

So you think you can Robot Dance? This is muscle control to another level. I love how he walks. TGIF people! Be good!

WYNK Marketing
All original drawings by Raoul Pascual. © All Rights Reserved. 2013. This website is designed and maintained by WYNK Marketing. Address all technical issues to support@wynkmarketing.com