Thursday, April 28, 2016

Kids never lie

Well, off course children tell lies. No wonder since what they learn, they learn from adults. Like politicians.

Perhaps the UN should take children on board to help make the big decisions. I wonder what the world would look like...

Here's how children respond to presidential candidate Donald Trump:

Tuesday, April 26, 2016


Especially for those who want Britain to leave the EU 'because this whole European Human Rights thing has brought us nothing.'

Have you really considered all the options or are you just repeating what the papers say? Think about that after you've seen this clip:

Thursday, April 21, 2016

What's wrong with the world, mama? Where is the love?

For centuries men have sought ways to spend less time working and more time for recreation.

And we succeeded! Millions of people worldwide work less than ever
and find themselves with the highest amount of free time in the history of mankind. Isn't that fantastic?

Strangely enough more and more people state they have 'no time'.
Which is weird because we all have the same amount of time to spend:
24 hours a day.

On average five hours of every single day are spend on watching television and surfing the internet. We know more than our ancestors but haven't become smarter.

And that's a shame.

We all have access to almost all knowledge collected by all universities, governments and libraries in the world. Ever. And what do we do?

We discuss issues we don't want to talk about with strangers who disagree with us and we share stories, pictures and videos of funny and/or adorable cats.

And we wonder why things are wrong in the world.

'What's wrong with the world, mama?'

The Black Eyed Peas - Where is the love?

Thursday, April 14, 2016

The power of persuasion

We always rationally make up our minds about something. Right? Wrong!
Most decisions we make with our emotions. So - if you want or need to persuade someone - don't overload people with facts and figures but repeat your key words, refer to authority and use appealing anecdotes. If you do that right, you too can take a shot at becoming a president. This clip shows you how:

Thursday, April 07, 2016

A responsible gun owner always keeps it in a safe! Right?

Pro gun people use above picture to make a statement. And so it does. It states pro gun people are stupid and find thinking for themselves very hard to do. Let me tell you why I think that. A USB stick is made for storing data. A knife is made for cutting things. A lighter is made to light a cigarette. A gun is designed to kill people. Yes, it's that simple.

How can someone who is pro life also be pro guns?

'I'm a sensible gun owner so I keep mine in a safe, separate from the bullets.'

-'And when you're attacked you run home, get your gun from the safe, pick up the bullets from the carton in your sock drawer, run back while you fill the gun with said bullets, hoping the attacker is still there because you nicely asked him to stay put and shoot him?'

'No, of course not! I carry my gun with me at all times!'

-'How do you do it?'


-'Carry your gun around AND keep it in the safe?'

All this talk abut gun safety only seems good for gun sales. So far not a single life has been saved by more people carrying guns. And that's a fact.