Laugh All The Way!

Everyone  wants some laughter, I have read and picked the following Jokes from a book called “A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Boardroom“, using humor in Business Speaking, written by Michael Iapoce.

Christmas:

–> We considered giving each of the employees a unique kind of gift this year-batteries, toys not included.

–> My child did a Christmas drawing showing two camels approaching the inn and one going in the opposite direction. it said: “He is looking for a place to park.”

U. S. Cities/States:

–> [Beverly Hills] This is a pretty rich community. The unemployment office has valet parking.

–> [California] The heavy rains in winter cause a lot of problems, I got a ticket for going through a red light…and I was in a house at the time.

–> [New York City] When I got to New York I was told I could get an excellent room for just &30 a night. But the room was in New Jersey.

–> [Washington,D. C.] It’s a funny city. One week you’re on the cover of Time, the next week you’re doing it.

Politics:

–> He’s a shrewd politician. He always sits to the left of Republicans, to the right of Democrats, and in front of any cameras.

–> If you want to learn about your family history, run for office…and the press will tell you everything.

Adverstising

–> Stopping advertising to save money is like stopping your watch to save time.

–> Doing business without advertising is like winking at a stranger in the dark. You know what you’re doing. But nobody else does.

–> Advertising without research is like shooting an arrow into the air and then looking for a target to catch it with.

I hope that you laugh all the way to Christmas! Take it Easy! 🙂

I find this link very hilarious, watch the video for 7 minutes, see how American woman learn to sound like a British woman by say certain words differently.

http://kimberlysays.wordpress.com/2009/12/22/how-to-speak-with-a-british-accent/


Play The Basebll Game Math The Right Way!

Take Me to The Ball Game…” I love this song, how about you?

Eye on the Ball.”

“Focus on the Batter!”

“Good swing, honey!”

“Run, steal the base!”

“Shake it off, Sweetie!”

“Come on, You Can Do it!”

Are you familiar with these comments?

I know this because I have been watching my kids’ baseball games in the past five years, I love baseball!

Math is in every baseball game, for each player, there is a matter of number of balls, and number of strikes each time he bats, plus number of bases he has advanced, it is on record. For each team, these is a matter of number of innings, number of scores made by each player, plus the order of batting, are you the first one to bat or the last one to bat?

Baseball math is meaningful if and only if it is for temporary facts, not for madness or frictions!

Results do not matter! Your involvements, the progress you have made via practices and competitions, the experiences you have gained in the game matter!

Never mind who batted first, who batted last! Math is for record, not for boasting or upsetting! You don’t need to be the fastest runner to hit a home run, you don’t have to be the tallest guy in your team to get out a batter from your opponent team, and you never need to become a pitcher to get center attentions from the crowds!

Baseball is fun because it is a game of democracy,  you have an equal opportunity to stand in front of the fans and get your batting done, you gain team player skills and upgrade your world views through the game itself!

I love baseball, I love the ball game song, and I wish you the best on the games you have to play!

Play your share

Be fair

That’s what you shall care

When the game is over

No despair!

Go, game players,

Run the bases,

Say your prayers,

Seize the power of faith and confidences,

Make the world series!

Consider life as a baseball game, we do math, we don’t go down with losing scores, if we can do it this way, baseball math is going to be fun to play to pass the day!

Enjoy The Best Day by Playing Baseball Game Math The Right Way!

Submitted to Poets United Thursday Thinking Tank: Fears