Laugh Of The Day ...
A Fun Maxine Cartoon for YOU
"With the price of a car wash, I'm leavin' the top down and takin' the laundry."
Work At Home Tips ...
Earn MONEY with your PC!
Workplace expert Tory Johnson is the CEO of Women for Hire, a contributor on Good Morning America and the author of Take This Book to Work. Visit www.womenforhire.com.
Verify Cell Plans! Whenever someone switches cell-phone plans, they get sent to a third party to verify that it's really them -- and that could be YOU. The pay is $8 an hour or more. Check www.voicelog.com under "careers," or earn money answering calls for stores or banks at www.liveops.com.
Did You Know?
The number of workers who telecommute at least once a month jumped 63% last year -- to an estimated 12.4 million!
Famous Woman ...
Molly Pitcher. Fighting for US in the Revolutionary War at her cannon.
An Artillery wife, Mary Hays McCauly (better known as Molly Pitcher) shared the rigors of Valley Forge with her husband, William Hays. Her actions during the Battle of Monmouth on June 28, 1778 became legendary. That day at Monmouth was as hot as Valley Forge was cold. Someone had to cool the hot guns and bathe parched throats with water.
Across that bullet-swept ground, a striped skirt fluttered. Brave Mary Hays McCauly was earning her nickname "Molly Pitcher" by bringing pitcher after pitcher of cool spring water to the exhausted and thirsty men. She also tended to the wounded and once, heaving a crippled Continental soldier up on her strong young back, she carried him out of reach of hard-charging British Soldiers.
Read Molly Pitcher's FULL Story.
Why do men have such a PROBLEM with this?
For Women ...
Kitty Litter says:
All relationship advice is not created equal. In fact, a lot of such advice about men simply does not work. Why? Because it's usually focused on getting short-term results that inadvertently prevent a man from falling and staying in love with a woman.
What DOES work is learning how men think and what you can do that will make a man want to date, marry, and never want to leave you.
Once you learn the secret to a man's heart, you'll be give the man of your choice what he really wants and he will cherish you forever.
Kitty's Advice ...
Go ahead and take risks ... Just be sure that everything will turn out OK.
A Joke Of The Day ...
Men are like a fine wine. They start out as grapes. It's our job to stomp them, and then keep them in the dark until they mature. And hopefully they'll turn out to be something we would like to have dinner with.
Jokes About MEN ...
Q. How are husbands like lawn mowers?
A. They're hard to get started, they emit noxious odours, and half the time they don't work.
Q. How can you tell when a man is well hung?
A. When you can just barely slip your finger in between his neck and the noose.
Actresses We Knew ...
(born May 28, 1931)
"I see my body as an instrument, rather than an ornament." ~Alanis Morissette, quoted in Reader's Digest, March 2000.
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Thought Of The Day ...
Some days are a total waste of makeup.
Sexism In The Workplace
Rosie The Riveter
(and others like her) ...
SHE was US, back THEN, in World War 2, "fighting" in a factory to replace men who were away at war!
To learn MORE about Rosie,
(We will not post your name if
you do not want us to!)
* Brainy Quotes *
In order to fly, all one must do is simply miss the ground.
The Daily Giggle ...
Oh my GAWD ! If I looked like THIS, I'd be richer than Madonna. :)
"Marriage! The end of a perfectly good sex life!"
A Kitty Litter Production
Women blink nearly twice as much as men.
Games for Women ...
Something different here every day. It may be a link to party games, info on making your own "Avatar" to use in E-Mail, subjects to start a conversation with, all kinds of stuff here - just CLICK and LOOK, but please come back soon, huh? <giggle>
Games, Quizzes, and miscellany Puzzles
Albino black sheep flash games.
Food for Thought ...
One word frees us of all the weight and pain of life: That word is love.
Sophocles (circa 496-406 BC)
Oedipus at Colonus, 406 BC line 1616