Tuesday December 25, 2018
IS IT A GOLF COURSE... OR IS IT A REHAB CENTER!
BRAIN ON DRUGS:
Kate Hudson is the newest ambassador for Weight Watchers.
- Postman: can't accept gifts worth more than $20, so get him a couple of movie passes or a restaurant gift certificate.
- Trashman: Five bucks each in a nice card.
- Paper Carrier: $5 minus the cards.
- Secretary: Work related. Fancy pen, classy desk clock or a nice organizer.
- Co-Workers: Gift certificates, picture frames, a pretty candle.
The song "White Christmas" was introduced in the 1942 movie "Holiday Inn".... and it was almost cut out of the final version of the movie! Bing Crosby's "White Christmas" -- one of the most popular songs of all time. The movie "White Christmas", starring Crosby and Danny Kaye, didn't debut until 1954. It was the first movie to be made in Vista Vision, a deep-focus process.
Share this with your friends... they'll think you're really smart!
A female thief who took an Amazon box from a porch in Shamokin, Pennsylvania got a big surprise when she opened it. Robert Lynch, from whose porch the box was taken at 7:00 a.m. last Wednesday, said the package was filled with cat poop he'd forgotten to put out with his trash. “Whoever it was got cat poop for Christmas,” he said. The “porch pirate,” as he calls the thief, was caught on his home security system, which he'd installed after two thefts of coins and tools from his vehicle. The video shows a woman with a large backpack and carrying something covered with a blanket. She is seen looking at the house, walking past, and then returning. She did not go onto the porch. When she was unable to maneuver the box through a wrought iron fence, she slid the box along the porch to the steps where she could pick it up.
A woman dressed as a turkey was arrested for shoplifting FLORIDA - (https://bit.ly/2QBiKcn)
Where go these crowds who run and scurry?
Why all the lights - the Christmas trees?
The jolly "fat man," tell me please!
For parties and for fun and play;
Why this is Christmas!
But where is Christ this Christmas Day?
Has He been lost among the throng?
His voice drowned out by empty song?
Some humble soul now kneels in prayer,
Who knows the Christ of Christmas.
Whose hearts have never yet been opened, or said to Him, "Come in to stay."
In countless hearts expectant yearning
For gifts and presents, food and fun,
And laughter till the day is done.
For Him so poor He had to borrow
A crib, a colt, a boat, a bed
Where He could lay His weary head.
Of feasting, drinking, recreation;
I'll go instead to Calvary.
The meaning of that manger low,
And find the Christ - this Christmas.
To that great day when He appears
The second time, to rule and reign,
To end all sorrow, death, and pain.
With Him who saved our souls from hell.
And worship Christ - not Christmas!