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These are just so funny! Some I’ve not seen before! While you are at “Funny and interesting Stuff People Have Sent Me”, have a look around. You won’t regret it!! – tk

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Posted by on December 2, 2013 in Animals, Entertainment, Humour, Reblogged


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Coffee Talk with Soy link


Cancer (Photo credit: GDS Infographics)

Yesterday, I promised you a link to listen to on Coffee Talk with Soy.  Well here it is.  So turn your speaker on, sit back in your favourite chair, perhaps with a hot cup of coffee, tea, or hot chocolate.  I hope you will find it useful, and I deeply hope it’ll be of some help.

I want to take this time to thank “Soy” for producing an internet radio show about Cancer. And of course I want to thank Collette A. Henry for putting all these stories and experiences in one book. You may also be interested in her first book, dealing with brain cancer, Get Outta My Head, My Journey Living with Brain Cancer

And again, the book is Hope Shining Through The Darkness Of Cancer. And the link to the broadcast is Understanding the Journey.


Posted by on November 23, 2013 in Broadcast, November


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THIS JUST IN: Brazilian Fisherman Save Bebeh Dolphin! #WIN

This is a video you just have to watch …what a feel-good! And I have to warn you, if you start looking around at “Cute Overload“‘s blog, you will laugh and smile for a few hours at least! Enjoy! -tk


Posted by on November 18, 2013 in Animals, Entertainment, Humour, Reblogged


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Just for fun!

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Now that I am posting once a week, I’ve been having fun!

One such activity was to create a fun “On This Day In Canadian History” e-book.  Just for fun, mind you.

Have you heard of Scribd?  It is a great depository for books, articles, magazines … there’s so much to read there.  I’m mentioning it because that’s where I’ve put up the e-book (warts and all).  If you are curious about the e-book, just go to Scribd – and while you are there, I highly recommend looking around the site!

Enjoy, everyone!



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For All Our Techie Buds

This is such a funny video — really, “Those Brits” are funny! Enjoy it, everyone! -tk

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The Battery-less Radio

English: Roberts radio receiver

English: Roberts radio receiver (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Did you know that a Canadian is responsible for the battery-less radio?

Edward Samuel Rogers, Sr., was born on June 21, 1900 in Toronto, Ontario.

He was interested in radio as early as 11 years old. As early as 1913, he was noted in local newspapers for his skill at operating a radio station, which at the time was an impressive technical accomplishment.

In the early 1920s, radio transmitters and receivers ran on large and expensive batteries to give the high voltages needed for the vacuum tubes that were used.

By 1925 he had introduced not only a complete radio receiver using the new tubes, but had also produced a “battery eliminator” (power supply),  to eliminate the expensive batteries. On August 26, 1925, the Rogers Battery-less radio was in commercial sales.  It was the first radio receiver in the world to run from household current.

At a time when a schoolteacher might earn $1000 per year, the top-of-the-line Rogers radio sold for $370.

Ted Rogers died suddenly on May 6, 1939 (at the early age of 38), due to complications of a haemorrhage, and was buried in Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto.


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Amazing Miniature Food Artwork

Shay Aaron does miniature food jewellery! If you remember my July 1 post, you know I enjoy anything miniature! You must check this out! — tk

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You won’t believe how awesome this artwork is.  Seriously.

Most Amazing Miniature Food Artworks by Shay Aaron

By Nora, on December 17, 2011

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Shay Aaron is a brilliant artist from Israel who makes the most astonishing miniature food jewelry. These foodstuffs look so beautiful that we would desire to eat them.

Actually, there’s a whole market out there for miniature food. Not actual stuff you can eat, but beautifully hand made designs of steaks, burgers, pies, vegetables, eggs and pretty much anything you can think of.

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Posted by on July 26, 2013 in Art, Entertainment, Invention, Reblogged


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