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Monday, April 27, 2009

The Man With No Dick

This is a bit rough, I wrote it in a hurry in 2008, with the hope that I would get back to it and work some more on it, sadly I have continued to procrastinate over it, anyway, let me know if you like it.

Image is from endeyequote

On Apr 9 2008 © Stani, All rights reserved

The man with no dick
Was having a quiet stroll In the park
And came across a man Who wanted to end it all
So he says to him
'Why do you want to end it all?'
Your man replied
'Life is so terrible, no food to eat
too dry for romance, so one to spend life with,
Ah! Life is just so terrible, nobody loves me
Nobody appreciates me
The man with no dick, he thought about all this
And said 'Listen to me son,
I got no dick since I lost it
So I have not cleaned any pipes lately
Though I always want to, since I got no dick so
maybe no girl will ever be with me now
I got no dick but I got hope, for the future
I still go out to work and make a bob or two
I got no dick but I love this Life!
And there are people who love me!
As long as I have such love I am staying put'

A lesson to learn from the man with no dick
Life is precious
Life is love
Life is good
There are those who love us
Who will be left with
Heartache if we end it all.

Music Mondays - 2Face Idibia's African Queen

Here's 2face Idibia's smooth melodic flow for your Music Mondays! Enjoy!

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Sunday, April 26, 2009

Hot Wheels

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Amazing Hand Paintings

Ran across this over @ youtube the other day. I don't know who the artist is I think these are amazing, sometimes, scary pictures, but nice all the same. Enjoy

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Friday, April 24, 2009



Image is by fotalgia

on April 24, 2009. © Stani, All rights reserved

looking back in time, so close yet so far away now

heart filled with poignant thoughts and feelings of years gone by

bones creaking now, joints bent arthritically

eyes losing strength, tried to lose the religion, never could, never will.


mercy, mercy me, just as if a wand was waved

all gone away now, flown the coop so to say

looking at the present now with the eyes of the past

reminded of the co-mingling of past, future and present


all that is now, all that will be, all that was

same old story, told in different styles, different flavours

the hour-glass never running out,

sand dripping, trickle by trickle, out-lasting, in vain trying to fill the glass

Jamie Foxx - Blame

Thursday, April 23, 2009

Computer Problems

Just found this over at and just had to share it. Read and laugh your heads off:

Image is from gijmi

Computer Problems

This is a true story from the WordPerfect helpline. Needless to say, the help desk employee was fired; however, he/she is currently suing the Word Perfect organization for “Termination without Cause.”
Actual dialogue of a former WordPerfect Customer Support employee with a caller:

Customer Support: “Ridge Hall computer assistant; may I help you?”

Caller: “Yes, well, I’m having trouble with WordPerfect.”

CS: “What sort of trouble?”

C: “Well, I was just typing along, and all of a sudden the words went away.”

CS: “Went away?”

C: “They disappeared.”

CS: “Hmm. So what does your screen look like now?”

C: “Nothing.”

CS: “Nothing?”

C: “It’s blank; it won’t accept anything when I type.”

CS: “Are you still in WordPerfect, or did you get out?”

C: “How do I tell?”

CS: “Can you see the C: prompt on the screen?”

C: “What’s a sea-prompt?”

CS: “Never mind. Can you move the cursor around on the screen?”

C: “There isn’t any cursor, I told you, it won’t accept anything I type.”

CS: “Does your monitor have a power indicator?”

C: “What’s a monitor?”

CS: “It’s the thing with the screen on it that looks like a TV. Does it have a little light that tells you when it’s on?”

C: “I don’t know.”

CS: “Well, then look on the back of the monitor and find where the power cord goes into it. Can you see that?”

C: “Yes, I think so.”

CS: “Great. Follow the cord to the plug, and tell me if it’s plugged into the wall.”

C: “…….Yes, it is.”

CS: “When you were behind the monitor, did you notice that there were two cables plugged into the back of it, not just one?”

C: “No.”

CS: “Well, there are. I need you to look back there again and find the other cable.”

C: “…….Okay, here it is.”

CS: “Follow it for me, and tell me if it’s plugged securely into the back of your computer.”

“I can’t reach.”

CS: “Uh huh. Well, can you see if it is?”

C: “No.”

CS: “Even if you maybe put your knee on something and lean way over?”

C: “Oh, it’s not because I don’t have the right angle - it’s because it’s dark.”

CS: “Dark?”

C: “Yes - the office light is off, and the only light I have is coming in from the window.”

CS: “Well, turn on the office light then.”

C: “I can’t.”

CS: “No? Why not?”

C: “Because there’s a power outage.”

CS: “A power… A power outage? Ah, Okay, we’ve got it licked now. Do you still have the boxes and manuals and packing stuff your computer came in?”

C: “Well, yes, I keep them in the closet.”

CS: “Good. Go get them, and unplug your system and pack it up just like it was when you got it. Then take it back to the store you bought it from.”

C: “Really? Is it that bad?”

CS: “Yes, I’m afraid it is.”

C: “Well, all right then, I suppose. What do I tell them?”

CS: “Tell them you’re too stupid to own a computer.”

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

EntreCard Dropper's List

Here is a little post about the Trader's Hub drop list. Cool list. I added my site, why not add yours and benefit us all with the traffic?

My Entrecard Drop List

(Start, copy the code and embed this droplist in your blog! It will build up your links, improve your page rank and bounce rate, and increase your blog authority!)

1. Traders' Hub

2. CoolAdzine for Marketeers

3. AsTheCrackerHeadCrumbles

4. Confessions Of A Fitness Diva

5. Beyond Feron

6. Reality TV Soup

7. Conversations With Moms

8. Chinaren's Blog

9. Wine At Five

10. Leomar's Den

11. Poetic Expression

12. Gems By Jerri

13. Gas Saver

14. WAHM Resource Site

15. Travel On The Tide

16. Femme Power

17. Gina's Music Memories

18. Gina's Italian Kitchen'

19. Baby Boomer Flashback

20. Subtropical Gardening

21. Peace, Love, Happiness

22. It's Just Simply Unique'

23. Because Someone Cares

24. Adventures Of A Fitness Diva

25. Sexy Old Broad

26. JavaSwim

27. TV News And Reviews

28. Chapters Of My Life

29. Mydzo Blog

30. Lights Camera Action

31. Virtual Gamer

32. Random Ramblings

33. The Daily Planet

34. Red Sox Mommy

35. The Savvy Tourist

36. Republic of A

37. Ken's Trees

38. Juliana's Lair

39. Happily Ever After

40. The Work From Home Mother

41. The Superficial Gallery

42. Work At Home Wealth

43. John Lottery's Bimonthly Articles

44. All About Stock Markets

45. Money Matters Hub

46. Money Saver

47. Zorlone

48. Devoutly Davao

49. Politics 2000

50. Limitless Adventures

51. Mystic Moments

52. Mature Not Senile

53. The Raging Rev

54. The Frugal Housewife

55. The Path To Pegasus Letter

56. Independent American

57.My second Trial

58. Buy Tees

59. My Online Adventures

60. Our World

61. Shiny Adornments

62. Stock Market Bliss

63. Savage Nomads

64. Amazingly Me

65. Up All Night

66. Sonnie Side Up

67. Renaes Crafty Corner

68. Teen Suicide Talk

69. Seek No More

70. One

71. Cheaper by Half A Dozen

72. Birding In Falklands

73. Everyday Living

74. Digital Artisan

75. Glitchline

76. All To Read

77. TechieCardia

78. Martial Arts Junkie

79. Exposed SEO And Internet Marketing

80. Diet Secrets Online

81. Akila's Blog

82. Tracey's Blog

83. Parenting Life

84. Short Apps

85. Hunter Academy

86. Easy Racing

87. Hot Shit Form Here

88. Network Of Combined Ideas

89. Denford Magora's Zimbabwe Blog

90. 1Cent News Dot Com

91. Woodworker Blog

92. Isker's Blog

93. My Ark

94. Travelling And Sightseeing

95. Where The Road Takes Us

96. iTech Dude

97. Truths Of A Shy Writer

98. Lil Insights

99. Business Success

100. Beyond Taiwan

101. Laptops,Mobiles, And Forex Trading

102. Dark Angel

103. Right Wing Nut Job

104. Show Me The Money

105. Paperkraft.Net

106. John Wright Sketch Blog

107. How To Earn Money Blogging

108. Born To Succeed

109. Fit, Fabulous and Forty

110. My Life In Italy

111. Mix It Up With Marc

112. Insane Freelance Writing

113. World Through Colored Glasses

114. Lucent Dusk

115. Forex Pip Addict

116. BlogTactic

117. Lunatic Banknotes & Coins

118. Stalking Minds

119. Chicken Heart

120. Atniz Work From Home

121. Theme Today

122. Kaya Mo, Pinoy

123. Traditional Jewelry

124. Vonshred

125. Quantum Indonesia Translogistic

126. Personal Budgeting And Finances

127. Sand And Sea Designs


129. Slightly Sarcastic

130. The Health And Wellness Post

131. TopClanz

132. Fusion Investing

133. Shauni Speaks

134. Muyin Jewelry

135. The Damn Nation

136. Opinions From A Filipino's Perspective

137. Mindful Drivel

138. Lisgold

139. Hello Kitty Gifts

140. First Door On The Left

141. DashRent

142. Business, Wealth, And Financial Success

143. Rosilie: My Blog

144. Photo Journalist

145. AdSpheres

146. Life's Journey

147. Screaming Me Me

148. Zero

149. Mama Flo's Place

150. Entrepreneur Empire

151. Teacher Techie Says

152. Jigsaw's Lair

153. Your Digital Life Style

154. EZGreatLife

155. Serian Man

156. The Puss Reboots

157. Dollar Tamer

158. Places To Visit In Argentina

159. Pyro Electro News

160. Here and Now 4 Angel

161. Q Shifter Hobbies

162. Pinoy Web Surfer

163. I Love Hate America

164. Pregnant With Cancer

165. Call Center Gal

166. Freebie Reporter

167. 60 Were Enough

168. Saxon

169. Entrecard Tips

170. CafeTeen dot Biz

171. Morning Coffee News

172. Search Engine Must Be Crazy

173. hendigo dot com Product Review Paradise

174. Newsvids

175. Bloggerhitz The Power of Blogging

176. Swirling Thoughts

177. Domestic Goddess

178. Crotchety Old Man Yells At Cars

179. UR Entertainment Port

180. Widgets For Bloggers

181. GewGaw Writings

182. Puzzles

183. Tizzalicious Crafts and Cuteness

184. In My Own Words

185. Pinay Mom In Czech Republic

186. International Musing

187. Busy Little Elf

188. Blazing Minds

189. Step By Step To Extra Cash

190. Spectrum

191. On Web Check

192. Hot In Singapore

193. Gadgets Spot

194. Sjeltur

195. Nesting Buddy

196. Looks Around

197. A Malaysian Abroad

198. A Jedi's Musings

199. Fix My Life

200. Vanilla Seven

201. Search Engine Panel

202. Know Ur Exchange

203. Techno Techiques

204. SackosaurusRex

205. Loose It Back

206. My Library

207. Mom's Lifestyle'

208. The Zoo Crew

209. Steven Humour

210. Mobile eBooks, etc.

211. Margie and Edna

212. A Fil-Am's Journey

213. The Shark Tank

214. Color Addiction

215. JunkFoodAholic

216. Ravenwerks

217. Blackholes and Astrostuff

218. Picatrix

219. A Rose By Name

220. Eclectic Electronics

221. Chic Sassy Designs

222. A Second Cup

223. Reap Money Online

224. Biz Boink

225. Philippines and Beyond

226. A Grateful Heart

227. Duniasoer

228. Arradya's Crazy World

229. Internet Blogging Resources

230. West Of Mars

231. Lalaine's World

232. East Coast Life

233. Live Life 365 Self Help Videos

234. Live Life 365

235. Indonesia Travel

236. Ask Ms Recipe

237. Caledonian Comment

238. I'm Walking On Sunhine

239. High Pay Key Word

240. Is A Man's World

241. Wife of A Warrior

242. The Virtual Dime Museum

243. Slightly Drunk

244. The Money Maker Times

245 . Add Yours

246. Dedeandro

247. Montana Moods

248. My Tangible Wealth

249. Pipe B

250. Dead Rooster

251. Steam Punk Rings

252. Eddie's Blog

253. Time Recursion

254. Glamorous Sylph

255. Politekon

256. Make A Pound

257. The Chef's Daughter

258. Turn U Off

259. Zataki

260. Home Insurance Group

261. ThaCash

262. Cacai's Step And Journey

263. Selective Index'

264. Designer's Depot'


266. Make Money From The Internet

267. The Certified Fashionable Chic

268. Angelika'

269. Walking Newspaper

270. Anything Goes With Pahn

271. A Tasteful Voyage

272. Heathen Homeschoolers

273. Steven Humour Videos

274. Your Fun Family

275. Panama Photo Journal

276. Matthias Chronicles

277. Unsexy.Net

278. My Random Wisdom

279. The Dairy-Free Diva

280. The Movie Connoisseur

281. Loving You

282. A Maiden's Testimony

283. Chismis Today

284. The Travelling Suitcase

285. Sketch's Corner

286. Observations Of A Student

287. The Bad Blogger

288. LoL Factory

289. Things About Computers

290. Hospitalera's Blog

291. Family Health Avenue

292. Dream Of Jade

293. Outnumbered 3 To 1

294. Thoughts Poetry Anything

295. Add your site here. Benefit everyone on this list including yourself. Join Today!

Sunday, April 19, 2009

Music Mondays - The Commodores (Still)

Signs of the Times


Images from

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Saturday, April 18, 2009

A joke to brighten your day!

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Two young boys stole a bag of oranges from the village market.
They decided to go to the nearest cemetery to share the loot,
But they had to scale a big gate to enter the cemetery.
As they were scaling the gate two oranges fell out of the bag and were left behind by the fence.
A farmer who was coming from his farm near the cemetery fence, heard the following conversation going on in the cemetery:
“One for me - One for you” (Distribution of the loot),
“One for me - One for you... “On and on
He began to wonder what was going on in the cemetery at that late evening, he immediately ran as fast as he could to the local Reverend Father.
He said "Father come with me and witness God and Satan sharing corpses at the Cemetery"-
They both ran back to the cemetery and stood by the fence and the voices continued:
"One for me - One for you"
Suddenly one of the voice said "Let's get the two at the fence " (meaning the Oranges that fell)
Legend has it hat one of the Reverend Father’s shoes is still at the cemetery till date! Spooooooooooooooky!

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

What to do about the Somalian pirates? - Stani



As is usually the case, the world is sitting by idly watching, while Somali pirates carry on their rampage
on the high seas (Well at least the Americans carried out some action the other day and the French today),
but it seems enough is not being done to address this issue.

While some nations are calling for a greater resolve in dealing with this malaise, some others are looking
for a way out of being involved. For all we know, this could well be the battle ground of the future, not
because these guys are so well trained militarily but because they could constitue a great nuisance.

The example of al qaida readily comes to mind. While they were busy ammassing weapons, the world tunred a
blind eye until it was and is seemingly too late to do anything. I see in these Somalians, the same thread.

Already Somali is a breeding ground for radicals, al qaida insurgents and other sort of miscreants. These
Somalians are very dangerous and are growing steadily stronger as each day goes by.

The international community can come come together and work out a solution regarding Somalia. It is not just
enough now to pay particular attention to some countries because of their mineral resources and ignore others
because they have nothing or something of value has not being discovered out there.

Addressing the instability in Somalia is a first step towards finding a solution to the pirates' issue.
At the moment, Somalia has the distinction of being a 'failed state'. Why did Somalia become a failed state?
What are/were the contributing factors that enabled a nation to fall from civility to become an ungovernable

Were do these pirates get their arms from? These people do not have the knowledge to manufacture the sophisticated
weapons they carry about and terrorize the high seas with. Who is selling to them? Of course the sellers of these
weapons are probably known to the international commmunity, but because of greed, they are protected and allowed
to spread their weapons of destructions. Most if not all weapons (guns and the likes) are probably manufactured
in the West. Western governments should do a lot more about stopping these weapons from getting to Somalia
and indeed to the rest of Africa.

As long as there is 'globalisation', 'foreign trade' and the like, there would be the need for Western nations to use the
high seas off the coasts of African nations and the future certainly looks bleak in terms of this.

Failure to nip the Somali pirates' nuisance in the bud will lead to more pirates from other nations, not only African
nations but other nations in other parts of the so-called 'third-world'.

Greedy arm dealers must be brought to book. Corrupt third-world leaders must be pursued and brought to justice.
Corruption is a root cause of this malaise. Once corruption is brought under control, people will have the
opportunity to have a proper education, up-to-date learning, that will open their eyes to a whole new world.
Without this, people will remain in ignorance and will wallow in religious fanaticism and other forms of radicalism (like piracy)
and the world might never know peace.

Nip the Somalian nuisance in the bud now, before it spreads into something else.

Monday, April 13, 2009

Bob James - Angela

For Music Monday, here is Bob James's Angela for your listening pleasure! Enjoy!

Come join Music Monday and share your songs with us. One simple rule, leave ONLY the actual post link here. You can grab this code at LJL Please note these links are STRICTLY for Music Monday participants only. All others will be deleted without prejudice.

Sunday, April 12, 2009

Spring of 2k9


The image above is taken from the lovely works of acombdave

on April 12, 2009. © Stani, All rights reserved

here at last, long awaited, freshness filled with hope

the spring of 2k9 speaks to our inner fears

forget about the worries, the sorrows, corrections and what-nots

spring is here, feel the joy in the air.


the dazzling brightness of the morning

daffodils add color to increasingly sweet ambience

reality illuminated with bright sparks of hope

feelings, thoughts of despair dispelled.


gloom and doom forgotten, fading away, slowly but surely into bloom

spring's fever, love's fervor, leaps of joy

to wake up to the bright spring sun of the early morning

dreams of spring, dreams no more.

Friday, April 10, 2009

Camino Largo - Fernando Ortega

This a song I am deeply into at the moment.....well, I am deeply into Fernando Ortega's smooth vibes. His songs take me to a place far away, deep into the innermost parts of my soul! Here is one of those songs.

Camino Largo - Fernando Ortega

Monday, April 6, 2009

Free Ebooks, Links, etc

These are random links I ran across and may prove useful to someone out there!


Art Resources =


This will be updated as time goes on.

Sunday, April 5, 2009


I ran on to this this morning. i find it a bit interesting, i have not always had the time to be involved with the blod ads and so forth, except for the Google AdSense. Anyway here is what blogvertise is all about in their own words:

Blogsvertise! It's simple. Earn cash and generate extra income from your blog!

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Hey let me know if you have run across them before and if you did find them interesting!

Friday, April 3, 2009

What The Geese Talked About and What The Hippo Thought About It


When I saw this picture, I could not help myself but have a go at what these geese could be talking about.


Goose on the Left (GOL)

Goose on the Right (GOR)

The Hippo

Ok to the serious stuff now.......

GOL: Eh! Man! How are you today, eh! Where have you been?

GOR: Am alright, old chap! I have been out and about!

GOL: Where?

GOR: Oh! Here and there! And the stuff that I have seen! Oh!

GOL! Go on, tell tell!

GOR: I shouldn't be saying this really, but it is absolutely scandalous! The chick of it!

GOL: Whatever are you going on about now?

GOR: Oh! I could give myself up for the chop over this, old chap!

(The Hippo decides to chip in now)

The Hippo: For fuck sake, just say it, man, I am already dying of boredom as it is!

GOR: Who died and invited you to this conversation, eh?

GOL: Okay, okay! Enough of that now, just let us know what got you so 'excited'.

GOR: Oh! The chick of it! She put her arms round the Q's waist?

GOL: Who did what to whom?

GOR: Why, Mrs O, of course!

GOL: What about Mrs O?

GOR: She effing put her arms round the Q's waist, is bloody what happened! An absolute disregard for effing protocol! I say, am not having any of that now! Absolutely shameful old chap!

GOL: She did not!

GOR: She absolutely-effing-did!

GOL: Oh! That has never being done! Okay! Okay! Okay! I can't breathe! Oh! I have to pack my stuff! I have to hide! Oh! There is going to be war now! War, I tell you, war!

The Hippo: Ah! This is so boring!

(To be continued....probably!)

Thursday, April 2, 2009

The 'controversy' over Mrs Obama

Al Green Moments!

Ran on to this playlist over at Imeem. Pretty cool playlist, giving us some of the cool, smooth melody of Al Green. i can see a lot opportunites with this playlist - candle-lit dinner, or just shooting the breeze with that special someone! Anyway, enjoy this, tonite, tomorrow morning, whenever!

Al Green

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Pink...LOL key should be added to a standard keyboard

I found this fascinating quote today:

1. At Lunch Time, Sit In Your Parked Car WithSunglasses on and point a Hair Dryer at Passing Cars.Patricia Colón, Pink...LOL key should be added to a standard keyboard

You should read the whole article.





The image belongs to Martin Brest

on April 1, 2009. © Stani, All rights reserved

these times, looking within, searching for meaning

in our hearts, beating in tune to thunder-like drum beats

rhythmic twists and turns, legs and arms intertwined

caught up in love's sweet dance of passion.

these times, harsh economic realities

cost cutting measures afoot every way you turn

epitaphs already written, written for the undead

waiting, helplessly, for the inevitable.

sad times, these, sad indeed. who can i turn to for help?

i cannot even join your union because of the color of my skin

where do i belong then? in the closed doorways of time

to stay hidden, to make you think i do not exist?

here i lie in love's sweet embrace, the only consolation

held in an all too often short-lived clasp

when it is all over, brought down to reality

these times, achy-breaky, harsh times.

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