The reason this is funny is the reference to a movie from 1996 called “The Craft”. It’s a great movie, with a very interesting spiritual message.
Today, just for a bit of fun, I want to share something absolutely funny and wonderful with everyone.
But – you’ll have to do just a little bit of work for it.
Open up your web browser’s search engine, and look for “O’Reilly Auto Parts”. When you get the results, go to the website, and you’ll see (probably in the top left corner) another search tool for their website. Put this into the search tool – 121G – and hit the “enter” key.
(Major kudos to my wonderful wife for sharing that with me)
There is no way this could have been anything other than SPAM – and I don’t mean the processed meat product.
This morning I got an email that was congratulating me for some sort of “achievement” – here is the text of the email:
March, 13th 2017
A gold plate, uniquely engraved plaque was made for you to honor your recent achievements in business and your community,
Please kindly accept your award before March 17th, as we will be closing all of our honorary Winners like you
Your award was initiated after multiple of the executives at your firm have 33 of your colleagues nominated you for this prestigious achievement.
Make sure to accept before the nomination runs out today.
Your Decoration You Deserve Is Waiting for you.
Be Proud of being one of the very few to be selected to join.
Through the activities offered, we provide a plethora of opportunities to build your brand and exposed it to over 300,000 be the first of many you will receive. From all of us at the Elite Organization, we Congratulate you and welcome you to a small but prestigous group.
With our greatest regards,
This is a bad joke. It’s a joke, because I’ve never worked for a company (other than the US Army and a few fast food franchises) that even had enough “colleagues” to have made this nomination in the numbers the email reports. It’s a bad joke because I haven’t worked for ANYONE in the last year.
Well, having accomplished what I set out to do with this blog, I think it is time to shut it down.
The reason I’m doing this now it simple: I had 90 days to renew my domain registration when they informed me that WordPress has decided to force a 2-stage authentication process that requires a form of verification that I literally can’t provide – a cell phone number. Since I do not have a cell phone, and wouldn’t tie it to my blog even if I did, it is time to quit WordPress. Besides, I’ve done what I set out to do with this blog, by laying personal claim to ideas that were hugely influential in the outcome of the 2016 election for the USA. Everything else was gravy.
So, I’m transferring all of my files and blog posts to my original blog at: http://mr-spock.livejournal.com/ and asking that if you want to continue to follow my journey of self discovery, you’ll bookmark that page or subscribe to it. I’ve been blogging on that page since 2004.
Thank you, one and all, for making this page feel like a resounding success.
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My wife found the above at this site:
I decided to keep things light today, in an effort to take some of the pressure off of all the political grousing and back-stabbing and finger pointing that is going on. So, instead of one of my usual Saturday meditations, here is a link to someone else’s work on the humor of grammar . . .
Last night my wife and I were watching a disc we got from Netflix. I was sitting in my recliner, with a cat sound asleep on my lap, when she got up to go to the kitchen. Seeing her heading that direction, I held up my empty coffee cup and asked if she’d mind getting me a refill – so I wouldn’t have to wake the cat.
She wanted to know what she should put in it, and I responded with “something hot, brown, and wet.”
Then SHE asked me if I meant Zoe Saldana or Halle Berry.
I really should have just said “coffee”. Besides, even if they were willing, neither one of them would fit in my coffee cup.
A few days ago I had my first visit with the Fayetteville, AR, VAMC Orthopedics Clinic about the possibility of getting my femur replaced. Quite naturally, though possibly beneficially for me, the appointment came on the last of 14 consecutive days that each had storm activity in this area. Oh, and I had a migraine. I tried to get well-rested the day before, but it resulted in my being awake at 9pm (2100 hours) the night before, with an appointment at 10am – we didn’t leave Fayetteville until nearly 1330 (1:30pm) with a 3 hour drive still ahead to get home. So, yes, it was a challenging day.
Still, there was humor to be found. While we were leaving the X-ray clinic (the x-rays Mt. Vernon took didn’t include the whole femur, and the surgical site of the bone tumor wasn’t visible) a man walked up to me, stuck his hand out to shake, and said, “I do believe I flew cover for you guys back in the gulf.” I got a confused look and said, “It couldn’t have been me – the only duty station I saw was in Germany.”
He pointed at the t-shirt I was wearing, and suddenly we both laughed. In bright, yellow lettering it read – “USS ENTERPRISE” – he’d thought I served on the US Navy Air Craft Carrier – but under the letters was the far more recognizable silhouette of the STAR TREK Enterprise – NCC – 1701.
Note to self: do not wear Star Trek t-shirts to the VA hospital anymore. Well, perhaps the ones with Mr. Spock’s photo . . . (grin).
Anyhow, there is no update on whether or not I will be getting a new femur. It might perhaps be an indication, though, that the doctor suggested a cane with a fore-arm brace, to be used on the strong side to take pressure off of the weak leg. I almost feel like I might be reading to much into it, though. Oh, well. Time will tell.