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   Lights_Camera_Action  My Grandfather Rake sent me this cartoon, he says it is from a book called Moxs Nixs that G.I.'s in Germany bought in the 1950. He thought it backed up W.W. post below. If it comes thru small, click on it to enlarge. Compliments of the Rake King.
   16 hours ago .



   Safetydude  "Ausfahrt" is the largest city in Germany; every exit on the 'Bahn will take you there.
10 hours ago .




   Wrightwinger  Things aren't always what they seem...
   July 26 at 11:05 EST .

   6 people like this.




   Bettijo  Maybe this washing machine should add a note that you have to remove your clothes from your body before trying to wash them.
   July 24 at 10:56 EST .

   8 people like this.



   Rake King  You can thank the Personal Injury Lawyers for stupid tags like this, and on almost everything you buy.
July 24 at 11:19 EST .

  8 people like this.



   MeiDei  Darwin Award Avoidance!
July 25 at 20:21 EST .

  8 people like this.



   MeiDei  Speaking of Darwin Awards - here's the top 10 for 2013.
http://weknowmemes.com/2013/12/top-10-da
rwin-award-winners-2013/
July 26 at 21:41 EST .

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   Rake King  Every time I see one of those "stupid robber" hidden cams,
it only bears out what I said 20 years ago. People who rob should be required to obtain a license after taking a test...a close second is voting.
Monday at 11:13 EST .

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   Balogreene  I write technical manuals for the Army. There are many Warnings we have to include we giggle as we write. This is only intended to lift that, 150 lbs, do not ride it, do not put anything but that on it. Don't look directly at a laser. Don't plug it in while wet. Don't stand in radioactive field. Some of it is common-sense, some of it is to protect the Army and the contractors, cause we all know these young guys are going to try it.
4 hours ago .




   Wrightwinger  Just struck me funny... Might want to post on FB just to watch heads explode!
   June 27 at 11:28 EST .

   8 people like this.



   MeiDei  My brother & I both had real leather holsters and working metal guns (caps ).
June 30 at 18:22 EST .

  4 people like this.



   Rake King  Me, I was into water guns, or rubber band guns, both made little girls cry. Of course that was when boys liked frogs better than girls. With pimples came along. a big change in that thinking took place.
July 4 at 21:12 EST .

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   Gerty  Sometimes ya just gotta tell the truth! Liberals take all the fun outta life!!
July 4 at 22:28 EST .

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   Ole buzzard  Gerty, because liberals are basically miserable, and misery loves company.
July 27 at 13:30 EST .

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   Bettijo  How Mrs. S. Got a Lot of Money

This story was told by a Dr. Isaac Krazen, who is a family doctor in New York. This is a story that happened quite some time ago, in Manhattan, to a very rich old lady we shall call - Mrs. S. and how she accidently got $40,000 dollars.

Many know Mrs. S from Manhattan, New York, mostly because she's rich and lives on the luxurious and well lit Fifth Avenue. From the window of her home once can see central park, and the beautiful lake at its center.

Mrs. S wasn't interested in buying things. She already had it all. She didn't want to give anything either, because she already gave more than expected of her. She wasn't interested in travel because she has done so already and now it tired her. Movies, concerts and the theatre bored her. Relatives and children vexed her and her doctor did not allow her to eat sweets.

Her doctor also ordered her to do a lot of walking, and Mrs. S did as he asked. Each morning she walked for a kilometer and a half. Most people could walk that in 15-20 minutes, but Mrs. S carried the weight of 96 years, and so the walk took about 2 hours, while she was accompanied at all times by her personal chauffeur, in his ironed suit, driving slowly along the track and keeping an eye on her.

People passing by are impressed by her. Many know her. Few are jealous. They'd like to be rich, but also young and healthy. The combination of riches and old age is more thought provoking that envy provoking.

But there's a problem, Mrs S. needs to pee frequently, and along the route there were no bathrooms. This was just the kind of problem rich people can solve. At the opening of each of the houses in this luxurious street, stands a doorman meticulously dressed and charged with guaranteeing no-one comes in but the tenants. The lobby also has a nice and clean bathroom. Messengers, on behalf of Mrs. S, visited 5 of these buildings, talked to the doormen, and gave them large sums of money to make sure they will always allow the old lady to use the bathrooms.

One spring morning Mrs. S went on her walk. She was up to 79th street when she needed to get to a bathroom. The usual doorman was ill and his replacement did not allow her to enter. Frustrated, she went into a nearby funeral home. As she came in, she was asked if she came to Jeffery Green's funeral. She did not like to lie but felt she had to to get to that bathroom. She was then handed a guest book to sign her name and address so that the family can sent her a card for coming to pay her respects.

She then proceeded to the bathroom to finally relieve herself.

Two weeks later she got a letter from the law office of Becker &
May 30 at 07:53 EST .

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   Bettijo  Epstein:

"Dear Mrs. S, we are executing the will of the late Jeffery Green, deceased these two weeks. Mr. Green had no relatives and so he has bequeathed his fortune to those who came to his funeral. Since you were there, you are entitled to a 7th of his fortune, here is a check for $40,000."

It was a large sum then, but Mrs. S had more, and so she donated it to the hospital where her doctor was working, where it helped to save no few lives.

And that doctor is me.

I guess you have to know where to pee.
May 30 at 07:57 EST .

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   Ole buzzard  Following up to WW's Irish staircase.





May 13 at 11:49 EST .

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   Gram77  Boy does this look like fun! I can see he C Scale just looking at this picture.
May 13 at 21:39 EST .

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   Rake King  Where have you been WW? I come here every day to see what new crazy things you've found. I miss your fun.
May 3 at 11:15 EST .

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   Rake King  There seems to be turmoil everywhere in the school systems....here as well. I was just chiding you, but as you point out our duties to others often cause some disruptions in our routines. I have a 95 year old aunt who keeps my Mrs and I on the run doing medical appointments.

You have a wonderful sense of humor...don't let "THEM" take it away.
May 4 at 09:27 EST .

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   Olhokie64  Old one but still appropriate.
   October 13 at 20:44 EST .

   39 people like this.




   StormCnter  From The Week: An Oklahoma man was charged with burglary after police matched his DNA to used toilet paper at the scene of the crime. Charles Williams used the bathroom while burglarizing the home, but forgot what your mother always told you, "Flush!".
   October 13 at 08:04 EST .

   40 people like this.




   Olhokie64  The weirdest thing in this country is very true. It resides in the White House. I can not get any weirder than he is.
   October 12 at 22:49 EST .

   38 people like this.


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