Sunday Family Humour 10th August

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Thanks to Peter H.
The other day I was in an old farmhouse in the adjoining farm and someone asked me a rhetorical question:
'Why didn't we have a drug problem when you and I were growing up?'
I replied that I had a drug problem when I was young:
I was drug to church on Sunday morning.
I was drug to church for weddings and funerals.
I was drug to family reunions and community socials no matter the weather.
I was drug by my ears when I was disrespectful to adults.
I was also drug to the woodshed when I disobeyed my parents,
told a lie, brought home a bad report card, did not speak with respect,
spoke ill of the teacher or the priest,
or if I didn't put forth my best effort in everything that was asked of me.
I was drug to the kitchen sink to have my mouth washed out
with soap if I uttered a profanity.
I was drug out to pull weeds in the garden and flower beds.
I was drug to the homes of neighbours to help mow the yard,
repair the clothesline, and if my mother had ever known that I took a
single dime as a tip for this kindness,
my dad would have drug me back to the woodshed.
Those drugs are still in my veins
 and they affect my behaviour in everything I do, say, or think.
They are stronger than cocaine, crack, or heroin,
and if today's children had this kind of drug problem,
Australia would be a better place.
God bless the parents who drugged us.

A Place In Japan Called 'Cat Heaven Island'

Thanks to Unslave Me

Forget cat cafes and house pets, if you're a real feline fan there's only one place you need to be: cat heaven island.

Tashirojima, a fishing town just off the east coast of Japan, has more cats than people. And it looks glorious. 

According to reports, cats were first brought to the island to protect silkworm farms from mice. But when the silk industry left, so did the majority of the human population.

Now just 100 people remain and the cats certainly rule the roost.

The locals feed and tend to the many cats, believing that they will be brought good luck and prosperity.

And there's no chance of being upstaged by their canine friends, for dogs are banned from the island.

Call me a crazy cat lady, but I can't wait to visit

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Great Old Photos

Thanks to Ray O.

These pictures not only allow us to see into the past,
but they also enable us to see where our present day culture has grown from

Great Old Photos

Dog Wants A Kitten

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Most Outrageously Expensive Items in the World

Thanks to David M.

The International Space Station is the most expensive object ever made by man.  Hovering 380 kilometres above us, it is worth about 150 billion dollars.
Expensive items 1
The most expensive Bonsai tree in the world is Over 300 Years Old and will run you around 1.3 million.
Expensive items 2
The most expensive book in the world is the Codex Leicester of Leonardo da Vinci, a book of scientific writings by the famous genius, will cost you 30.8 million
Expensive items 3
The most expensive watch in the world, the A.  Lange Sohne Grand Complication.  This immensely complicated (876 hand wrought parts, 7 complications and 14 functions) and precise watch can only be made by one man in the whole world, and it takes him a whole year just to make one! It can be yours with patience and $2.5 million dollars.
Expensive items 4
The most expensive jet in the world is the Airbus 318 Elite Private Jet and if you want it you better have 62 million and gas money.
Expensive items 5
The most expensive Cognac in the world is called Henry IV Dudognon Heritage Cognac Grande Champagne (say that 3 times fast!) and a bottle costs no less than 2 million.  That would be about $20,000 per sip.
Expensive items 6
The most expensive dog in the world is the beautiful, Rare and huge Tibetan Mastiff puppy (dog on the right). 
This gorgeous hound is worth $2 million dollars.
Expensive items 7
The most expensive photograph ever sold was this deceptively plain photo of the Rhein II,
made by German artist Andreas Gursky and sold for 4.3 million.
Expensive items 8
The most expensive sword in the world belonged to no other than Napoleon Bonaparte, and will go for about $6.4 million.
Expensive items 19
The most expensive car in the world, currently, is the Lamborghini Veneno, costing 4.6 million.
Expensive items 10
The most expensive champagne in the world is the delicious Gout de Diamants Champagne was sold for 1.2 million.  However, it is not the liquid that makes this bottle so pricey, but the bottle, which has an 18 carat white gold plate with a 19 carat diamond mounted in the middle of it.
The most expensive mushroom in the world, an Italian White Alba Truffle, 1.51 Kilograms is worth $160,406.
Expensive items 11
The most expensive computer in the world is the huge Milky Way 28243 Supercomputer in Guangzho, China, and would cost abotu $400 million to recreate.
Expensive items 12
The most expensive viola in the world, the Stradivarius MacDonald Viola, made in 1719 and one of only 10 surviving violas made by the famous master Luthier.  It was recently sold for $45 million.
Expensive items 13
The most expensive beer in the world is the Antarctic Nail Ale, if you want to try it, you better be prepared to spend $1,815 per bottle, so there better be a darn good reason for celebration.
Expensive items 14

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