Adventure, Comedy, Creative, Exercise, Guy, Thinkr8, Thinkr8 Has Jokes

Would It Be Difficult To Swim Across The Atlantic Ocean?

There was this guy, it wasn’t Bruce Lee, but this other guy.
He decided to swim across the atlantic ocean.
He swam halfway, realized it was too far, and then swam back.

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Would It Be Difficult To Swim Across The Atlantic Ocean?

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Animals, Children, Comedy, Creative, creative writing, Dog, Fantasy, Food, God, Love, thinking, Thinkr8, Thinkr8 Has Jokes, writing

What If I Had a Dog Named God

Hello Everybody, what you are about to read isn’t meant for you to be offended.

Because I’m a thinkr I was in the process of humoring my self about a month ago.
I had the overwhelming desire to acquire a lap Dog.
I thought to myself, if I was to get a Dog what would I name my new Dog?
So I concluded I would name my Dog God.
It just seemed fitting to me since Dog is God backwards.
And then it happened, a light bulb went off in my head.
If I were to have a Dog named God, I would be able to boss God around.

Dog/God
What If I Had a Dog Named God

For example.

“Give me back my donut God,
Sit God,
Go lay down God,
Do you want to go outside God,
Come here God, other people would say,
God is so cute,
How old is God,
I wish I had a pet like God, and all the little children would love God,
and want to play with God.”

But, as it stands now I’m not able to have a Dog, because God would be so expensive and I can barely make it through a month of food with my current budget.
And feeding God would be beyond my ability.

I Hope you found this as humorous as I did.


 

earth/space
Astronomy, Creative, creative writing, Creator, Entertainment, Galaxy, Life, Poetry, Reality, Science Fact, Space, Spiritual, thinking, Thinkr8, Time, Truth Told, Universe, Weather, Writer, writing

Our Movement Upon The Fabric of Space.

Our Movement upon the fabric, spinning, wobble, wobble, bump, hump.
Stardust to chaos.
Chaos to creation.
Creation to life.
Crust to crust.
Shaken to settle.
Windy winds, stormy storms.
Water to wave.
Wave to sand.
Sand to land.

earth/space
Our Movement Upon The Fabric of Space

Land to life.
Life to reality.
Reality to denial.
Denial to reality.
Reality to end.
End to begin.
Begin to beginning.
Ashes to ashes.
We all fall down.
A loop, our movement.


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Fb/smurf
Content Marketing, Facebook, Google, Industry, Journalism, Life, Marketing, Networking, News, press, Publishing, Reality, Technology, Television, Thinkr8, Truth Told, writing

Facebook is going to let publishers start charging readers to view stories.

I consider this to be “BAD NEWS” for those of us that are struggling to make a living in this ever increasing world of stupidity. This new service will affect every user of the Facebook platform.

“The social network has started briefing publishers on the forthcoming subscription service and hopes to start testing it by October, according to a person familiar with the matter. Facebook is currently telling publishers they’ll be able to show at least 10 free articles per month before the paywall kicks in.”

Source link is at the end of this article, for more about this breaking news.

I’ll be the first to admit, I’m not always the sharper tool in the shed -but- if I’m understanding this correctly, if you want to go to a link of a media outlet (TV media, on-line Newspaper) you will have to pay a fee. This is bad news.

Or if I’m understanding this as – since I have two website’s (www.thinkr8.comwww.amerispheresoftware.wordpress.com) and two Fb page’s linking to those websites, and you the reader here in Fb see my post from any one of my Fb page’s and want to link to the website article, you’ll have to pay a fee to me. And if that’s the case, then “Great” I would start to make on-line money. Cause as it stands now, you don’t (yes, some have, thank you) support my on-line endeavor’s. Having said that, if the latter is correct then I’m all for the up and coming new subscription service.

Another funny thing I noticed about this news – I googled it, and there were no links to any tech sites, (Tech Crunch, PCWorld, CNet, Computerworld, etc.) only local tv station across the U.S., Weird, very weird.

Source: http://www.businessinsider.com/facebook-testing-publisher-subscriptions-2017-7

Click here for: Facebook Exec Campbell Brown: We Are Launching a News Subscription Product.


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