A little wit. A little wisdom. And a little whatever. (February 25, 2016)





Granny said it worked…(from SurferSam.com)
If you are choking on an ice cube simply pour a cup of boiling water down your throat. Presto! The blockage will instantly remove itself.

Avoid cutting yourself slicing vegetables by getting someone else to hold while you chop.

Avoid arguments with the Mrs. about lifting the toilet seat by using the sink.

For high blood pressure sufferers: simply cut yourself and bleed for a few minutes, thus reducing the pressure in your veins. Remember to use a timer.

A mouse trap, placed on top of your alarm clock, will prevent you from rolling over and going back to sleep after you hit the snooze button.

If you have a bad cough, take a large dose of laxatives, then you will be afraid to cough.

You only need two tools in life – WD-40 and duct tape. If it doesn’t move and should, use the WD-40. If it shouldn’t move and does, use the duct tape.


jean-bruyereA little wisdom

“If poverty is the mother of crime, stupidity is its father.”–Jean De la Bruyere, 1645-1695 (Read more about him.)


revelsA little whatever

On February 25, 1870, Hiram Rhodes Revels, a former captain in the Union Army during the Civil War, became the first African-American elected to the U.S. Senate. The vote, taken by the Mississippi State Senate (U.S. Senators were not elected by popular vote at that time), fell along strict party lines with 48 Republicans voting in favor of Revels, and 8 Democrats voting against him. Prior to his election, Revels taught Theology at Shaw College, a historically black college in Holly Spring, MS. After his term expired, he became the first president of the newly-founded Alcomb Agricultural and Mechanical College, a historically black college in Claiborne County, MS. Revels died on January 16, 1901.


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