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Two Disasters

Did you hear about this? There was an Air Show disaster at West Swick’s Island Park, Belleville, Ontario, Canada.

The aircraft hit four buildings. This is tough to see. It just shows the dangers of attending these events. I’ve attached an amazing photo below which shows great detail of the mishap.

At very low levels the pilot had completely lost control over his aircraft. It narrowly missed a crowd gathered for the air show and it slammed into four buildings.

One can only imagine the horror of the occupants inside those buildings.

If you have the stomach for it, here is the photo:

crashing hot air balloon

Fortunately, no one was  killed, but it probably scared the cr*p out of them.

(Thanks to Don who sent this headline and I apologize for the silly scare.)

BTW, 2 months ago there was a SINK HOLE in La Habra, California (I’m not kidding) which was just a few miles away from me. I was just thinking. Do you realize that if the incident happened this month … do you know what they would have called it?
are you ready for this? …

They would have called it: “SINK HOLE de Mayo!
TGIF People! Happy Cinco de Mayo! Hope you had a good laugh.

Last month was April Fool’s Day. Don’t trust anyone and believe nothing! So technically, it’s like any other day.”
— Anonymous

Joke of the Week

Thanks to Peter Paul of S Pasadena, CA for sending this joke.

Joke of the Week: Snooping Spouse

Video of the Week

funny video

If McDonald’s was Advertised Like Apple
Sent by Mike of New York

WARNING: This video will make you hungry. 🙂

Tastefully done. Shows how any product can look so good if given the right presentation. If you ever wonder why people line up for hours for the latest and greatest of anything, blame it on great advertising that builds up people’s expectations.


Don’s Puns

From Don’s collection of puns

Don's Puns: Tide Pods

Heavy Thought of the Week

Sent by Terry of Santa Monica, CA

Heavy Thought of the Week: Homeless Man

Parting Shot

Thanks to Ray of Burbank, CA who shared this.

Parting Shot: High Speed Data Transfer

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  1. Chuck

    May 29, 2019 at 9:38 am

    Hey Brother,

    Thank you for this – I love the Air Disaster photo. I forwarded to my friend Vern in Quartz Hill who we went to the big Air Show in Lancaster commemorating Pearl Harbor Day. It was incredible – and so realistic as to be almost incredibility scary – but not as scary as for those in the 4 buildings! Give a new meaning to Quonset Hut.

    I looked up the info on Jermiah Steepek on Snoops because it was so moving. The photo is true and noted of an actual homeless man in England. But it is evidently not factual; However the video is moving and a great sermon. There many quotes that say – All art is a lie – that tells the truth – and this might be one of those. Similar stories have taken place. It should’ve carried a disclaimer that the message was the important point – because it is. I know that Pastor Mathew Barnet of Angelus Temple was incognito on Skid Row in Los Angeles for a night under cover – and shared the video with the congregation. He had a former skid row man, now saved and in his congregation with him. At the end of the night’s sleep over, he asked his friend how he did? He said you did good but you were a bit ‘chatty’. Matthew 25 pretty much sums it up. I see that people are pretty much into body and clothes worship. Red carpet stuff. But I see the same on Christian T.V. Sometimes people ‘dress down’ to be part of the in-group. When I was a kid, my Mom would have never let me out of the house with a hole in my clothes. At first torn jeans were a part of the rebellion. Now they are just a status norm. I see kids walking together and they all dress alike – whatever the group is. Same for us old folks. The clothes that some of the TV preacher wear is very interesting – but what did Jesus teach us about clothes?

    I have had on my heart lately how many people that appear to be Christian’s really aren’t. I don’t want to be judgmental but Jesus is the one that said it: I knew you not.


  2. Tom

    May 29, 2019 at 9:39 am

    Wonderful Thoughts in the beginning and through out. Homeless in Church as Pastor intro, Powerful.
    Thanks Tom


  3. Heather

    May 29, 2019 at 9:40 am

    Crying (tears of joy) is a great way to start your day! Thanks for all the stuff you right and share. Gets me every time.


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