The original — “You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you can not fool all of the people all of the time.” — is attributed to Abraham Lincoln, but there is no record of him actually saying it. Which takes us … See the Meme
News Item: “A third of millennials believe the Earth is flat” says a British company of Americans (not everyone on, well, Earth) after a survey. Still, not quite, as Science Alert clarifies. The survey found that 2 percent of adult Americans say — when paid to take the survey — they believe the Earth is flat, while 7 percent of … See the Meme
Dorothy: “How can you talk, if you haven’t got a brain?” Scarecrow: “I don’t know. But, some people without brains do an awful lot of talking, don’t they?” Dorothy: “Yes. I guess, you’re right.” Sure enough!
Clearly some haven’t gotten past feeling they have to respond to the “Du-uhhhh, I dare ya!” types in their lives.
I spotted this display at the mall in Grand Junction, Colo., offering “support, a safe place to sleep & eat, clean clothes and decent coffee!” to the homeless. Pull a tab from the bottom of the poster so you know who to contact! And not one person has …because it’s locked behind glass. Yeah, really. … See the Meme
In fact, I think most people are pretty cool. It’s the others that give us an opportunity to learn the lesson they provided. For the story behind this photo, see ThisIsTrue.com/bikiniman
We can either start off this year like every other year, or we can get off our butts and make it happen. Your choice? Site Note: This marks the 1-year anniversary of Randy’s Random (in this format, at least!) This is the 328th post.
Maybe if you regularly feel like beating up your friends, it’s time to “change the channel.”
If you’re not sure that’s true, go read the public comments section on news articles.
Yep, it is that time of year.