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Tuesday, 7 November 2006
Laughter Is Doctor Feelgood's Medicine
Mood:  happy

Laughing is good for the soul and the internal organs.

Here are some great groaners from 2006:

1.  A jumper cable walks into a bar. The bartender says, "I'll serve
     you, but don't start anything."
2.  A man walks into a bar with a slab of asphalt under his arm and
     says: "A beer please, and one for the road."
3. Two cannibals are eating a clown. One says to the other: "Does
     this taste funny to you?"
4. "Doc, I can't stop singing "Love Me Tonight." The doc, replies,
  "That sounds like Tom Jones Syndrome." "Is it common?" Well, "It's Not
5. Two cows are standing next to each other in a field. Daisy says
    to Dolly, "I was artificially inseminated this morning." "I don't believe
    you," says Dolly. "It's true, no bull!" exclaims Daisy.
6. An invisible man marries an invisible woman. The kids were
    nothing to look at either.
7. Deja Moo: The feeling that you've heard this bullshit before.
8. I went to buy some camouflage trousers the other day but I
    couldn't find any.
9. A man woke up in a hospital after a serious accident. He
    shouted, "Doctor, doctor, I can't feel my legs!" The doctor replied, "I
    know you can't - I've cut off your arms!"(Sounds like Groucho Marx)
10. I went to a seafood disco last week...and pulled my love mussel.

Checkout Cartoonworld at (History Of The Marx Brothers)

Posted by qualteam at 10:30 PM EST
Updated: Tuesday, 7 November 2006 10:35 PM EST
Monday, 6 November 2006
The War Against Cancer
Mood:  on fire

It isn't about how medical experts can kill cancer cells in a body. That's their war. The real war is the personal one between you and those malignant cells that are trying to do a number on you.

You want to survive and to be healthy. The evil cancer cells just want you to die as miserably as possible. The battle to survive and to succumb is being fought in your body. There's will, emotion and thought connected with this whether positive or negative. Obviously, we want to be on the winning side. The side that survives. We want to kill those cancer cells with positive energy, thoughts, emotions and a healthy immune system that does its job.

We eat/drink good foods and exercise intensely to get the body's organs and glans working at maximum efficiency. We're warriors in a war. We just don't sit down and watch passively as medical treatment does something or nothing to our bodies.

Long before we step into a hospital or clinic for tests, we're fighting the battle against cancer. We're building a healthy body and a strong soul against the forces of physical destruction. Added to the above are strong prayers that enlist the powers of God to conquer this loathsome enemy in ourselves and others.

This isn't just a another job or duty. It's a crusade. (Different Ways To Heal) (The Advance Of Medical Technology Against Cancer)


Posted by qualteam at 10:17 PM EST
Updated: Monday, 6 November 2006 10:23 PM EST
Sunday, 5 November 2006
Memories Of The Barrons, Peevers and Wilsons

We visited my mother at the hospital today. My brother, Bob and sister, Linda were there as well. This seemed to cheer my mother up because she got out of bed, sat in a chair and talked to us.

When we went back to our mother's house, we looked at photos of ourselves and our family when they were younger. We found rare pictures of our great-grandparents(The Wilsons who lived into their nineties)and my mother's family(The Peevers). My mother was quite a looker in the early forties. Check this out:

There is more on the Barron Family at Some memories never grow old.


Posted by qualteam at 9:50 PM EST
Updated: Saturday, 11 November 2006 7:33 AM EST
Saturday, 4 November 2006
My Mother Is In A Newmarket Hospital
Mood:  sad

I was quite distressed yesterday to discover that my mother's VON nurse called 911 to have her sent to South Lake hospital in Newmarket.

I went up yesterday to visit my mother(Doreen Barron)in emergency. She has serious health problems that haven't been fully diagnosed yet. I telephoned my brother, Bob and sister, Linda Wilkinson, yesterday. Today, I telephoned my aunt in Toronto(Olive Buckley) and my brother, Ted in Cobden, Ontario.

Certainly, mom could use some cheering up. If you know Irene Barron, please visit her in the Newmarket Hospital at the address and map below: (Map And Directions To South Lake Hospital)

A prayer for her would be appreciated as well.

Posted by qualteam at 10:23 AM EST
Updated: Saturday, 4 November 2006 11:28 AM EST
Thursday, 2 November 2006
In Income We Trust

But not any more. The Canadian Government has moved to close loopholes that allow "Income Trusts" to pay no taxes while corporations do. It seemed two of Canada's biggest telephone companies, "BCE" and "Telus" wanted to hop abroad "the gravy train" and become Income Trusts rather than private companies.

All you have to do to qualify is pay out your profits to "investors" who are on board the gravy train too.(It pays better than bonds, dividends or anything else.)

In the end, the Canadian taxpayer would have to pick up the tab which was a billion a year with 700 million going to foreign investors who pay minimal tax. (What's An Income Trust) (Globe And Mail Articles)


Posted by qualteam at 10:34 PM EST
Updated: Thursday, 2 November 2006 10:48 PM EST
Wednesday, 1 November 2006
Why I Drive A Chevrolet Uplander?

Well it's cheap for a minivan with the features we wanted: The cruise control, the power windows, the two sliding doors, Onstar, the MP3 player, the DVD player, the anti-lock brakes, they came with a basic package worth $21000.

We had trouble with the airconditioner and MP3 player, but these were quickly fixed under warranty.

I found the ride atequate, but the fuel mileage leaves something to be desired. Sure, I could have paid an extra $10000 to $15000 for a Japanese minivan with better mileage, but I didn't want to drive it for 10 years and then replace the expense parts.

I'm looking forward to the day when all car companies will making "plug-in hybrids." Just imagine a smog free city and over 100 miles to the gallon. The faster this happens, the better off we will all be. (Plug-in Hybrids) (The Uplander Reviewed)

Posted by qualteam at 10:39 PM EST
Tuesday, 31 October 2006
Prejudice Against The Undead

Human prejudice comes in many forms, prejudice because of race, prejudice because of religion, prejudice because of culture, etc. However, the ultimate human prejudice is against the undead and zombies in particular, pure and simple:

  • Zombies want to eat your flesh and brain
  • Zombies are only interested in killing human beings 
  • Zombies are demons from hell
  • Zombies are basically all the same with a destructive intent
  • Zombies are the evil scum of the universe

Movie after movie has portrayed them as soulless, mindless killing machines.

You never see anything from the zombie's point of view, because supposedly it's being controlled by the devil or some unseen power. This smacks of propaganda. If some zombies showed up on Earth, we would be at war with them. No diplomacy or communication would be used by human governments.

There's a story here that isn't being told. In the 21st century, zombies seem to be entertainers who act in movies and scare people. Of course, there's something scary about not staying down when you're dead. Our society just doesn't have any place for the undead except on Halloween.

The story about who the zombies really are and what they really want has never been told. Maybe I'll be the one to tell it, someday. (Land Of The Dead Reviews)

Posted by qualteam at 10:17 PM EST
Monday, 30 October 2006
Your Guardian Angel

Wouldn't it be great to meet your Guardian Angel in a special place some day? The universe could open up to you.

Reach out and take her hand at

Posted by qualteam at 10:02 PM EST
Sunday, 29 October 2006
Movie Review 108: I Bury The Living
Mood:  a-ok

This is a genuinely spooky suspense/horror movie from 1958. Black pins go into a cementary grave-plot map and people die. White pins go into the same place on the map'll have to see the ending yourself.

The film has the suspense and mood of a Hitchcock tale with a Twilight Zone kind of feel. You never seem to know what's going to happen next.

This is a different kind of movie for Halloween. Three and a half stars. (Movie Review)

Posted by qualteam at 6:59 PM EDT
Saturday, 28 October 2006
A Spooky Place To Visit On Halloween

This would be the hotel and resort located at .  This place actually exists, but it isn't the hotel mentioned in the song "Hotel California".

What kind of activities are they running? If you knew the group behind it, you would know.

Genuine haunted houses can be very entertaining, but don't go into this one with your eyes shut.

Any guesses as to where this hotel is and who's behind it? Give me your ideas at

Posted by qualteam at 11:34 PM EDT
Updated: Saturday, 28 October 2006 11:41 PM EDT

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