Nov 172017
 
Joke Of The Day: The Cork Two Arab terrorists are in a locker room taking a shower after their bomb making class, when one notices the other has a huge cork stuck in his behind.

“If you do not mind me saying,” said the second, “that cork looks very uncomfortable. Why do you not take it out?”

“I regret I cannot”, lamented the first terrorist. “It is permanently stuck in my rear end.”

“I do not understand,” said the other.

The first terrorist says, “I was walking along the beach and I tripped over an oil lamp. There was a puff of smoke, and then a huge old man in an American flag attire with a white beard and top hat came boiling out. He said, “I am Uncle Sam, the Genie. I can grant you one wish.”

I said, “No sh*t?”

God Bless America!

 

 

 

Nov 162017
 

Playing cards are so common today that we take them for granted. But, have you ever really looked closely at them or wondered what they could mean?Like, who is that suave King that doesn’t have a moustache? Here are 10 Things You Don’t Know About Playing Cards.

 
Be Amazed at these Top 10 Things You Don’t Know About Playing Cards! Cards inspired many sayings – Many terms used during card games have been adopted as phrases in general life. Let’s look at a straightforward example first – ‘to follow suit’. How the four suits arose – It is generally agreed that playing cards originated in China in the 9th century before spreading to many other countries. Why there is a joker – The joker card first appeared in printed card decks in the 1860s. The card was used as the Best Bower, which was an extra trump card in the new American version of the game Euchre. Why the King of Hearts doesn’t have a moustache – If you’ve ever played close attention to the Kings in your card deck, you’ll have noticed the King of Hearts is unique for a couple of reasons. The King of Hearts is stabbing himself – The second unique thing about the King of Hearts relates to his weapon. Until the 1800s his weapon of choice was a battle axe, and yet today he holds a sword.

Why there are 52 cards in a deck – It’s the French we can thank for there being 52 cards in a standard deck. Different countries developed different versions of card decks which ranged from 24 to 52 cards. The court cards were attributed with personalities of historical figures – Because the court cards obviously represent positions in social hierarchy, over time people came to attribute historical royal figures to these cards. Why is the Ace of Spades is different? Ever noticed that the Ace of Spades often has a more ornate design than other aces?This practice originated in Europe in the 16th century, where there was a tax on the manufacturing of playing cards. It’s possible a deck of cards has never been properly shuffled and yielded the same result in all of history – You’ll be aware that there are many ways to shuffle a deck of cards. The most common are rifle shuffling, as used in casinos, Hindu shuffles, commonly used in Asia, and the overhand shuffle, which is perhaps the easiest technique. Design secrets behind Bicycle cards – The United States Playing Card Company owns Bicycle brand cards which are the most iconic cards worldwide, originating from the first back design which featured penny-farthing.

 
 
 

Nov 162017
 

The History Of Air Force Uniforms

In spite of how lovable the movie Top Gun is, there’s much more behind the design of uniforms of those in the United States Air Force than leather jackets and cut-off jean shorts in which they play beach volleyball.

The graphic below shows you everything the civilian needs to know about active uniforms for those serving in the US Air Force. It includes Flight Suits, battle dress, and training attire for all members of this military branch, and ends with patches representing rank.

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Nov 162017
 
A very famous chemist was found murdered in his kitchen today. The police have narrowed it down to six suspects. They know it was a two man job. Their names: Felice, Maxwell, Archibald, Nicolas, Jordan, and Xavier.

A note was also found with the body: ’26-3-58/28-27-57-16′.

Who are the killers?

Brain Teaser Of The Day: A Murdered Chemist

 

Nov 152017
 

Has anybody else noticed that Roy Moore wasn’t a DA in 1977? He was a DDA (Deputy District Attorney). Also and yearbooks don’t come out at Christmas or are signed at Christmas.

Glaring Inconsistency With Roy Moore's Signature Inside Accuser's Yearbook

Credit u/I_am_Orlando

How many schools have their yearbooks out before Christmas? I say none. Usually schools barely get them out until right before graduation.

From Roy Moore’s Bio:

During his legal career, Judge Moore became the first full-time Deputy District Attorney in Etowah County, Alabama, and served in this position from 1977 until 1982. In 1984, Judge Moore undertook private practice of law in Gadsden, Alabama.

That’s enough REASONABLE DOUBT to dismiss the yearbook evidence in a court of law. The jury will disregard the yearbook as ‘evidence’.

The original CNN tweet has the actual photo still up here.

Here is the original picture of Roy Moore’s signature from the CNN tweet:

Glaring Inconsistency With Roy Moore's Signature Inside Accuser's Yearbook

“Christmas Yearbooks”?

Written in two sets of handwriting?

Using two different inks?

Something smells!