Joke of the Day

A young traveling salesman is approached by his manager in regards​ to
taking over a sales route in Asia, while the regular salesman has some
minor surgery.

He agrees, as he has heard a lot about Oriental women and wants to
discover for himself if what he has heard is true. So off he goes and he
has a wonderful time over there. He is out making the rounds of the
clubs every night and succeeds in finding a number of compliant young
ladies to help him with his research. He returns home to the States
after a month of this, exhausted, but happy.

Then one morning about two weeks after he returns, he wakes up with a
strange sensation in his groin. He lifts the covers, looks down and is
horrified to see that Mr. Stiffy is covered with purple and yellow
bumps. He immediately goes to the doctor, and once he is alone with him
on his office, he drops his pants and says, “Hey Doc, check this out.” read more

Late Night Obamacare Repeal!

Holy Crap! Just when we thought the establishment, President Trump and the Freedom Caucus would never be able to come together and circle the wagons like the dems are so good at – they appear to have pulled it off. In a secretive late night session the leaders of the House factions met with Trump and hammered out a full ObamaCare repeal agreement.

My sources say it was a stunning turn of events and that the Freedom Caucus got virtually everything they asked for.

The official announcement is said to come some time this weekend. read more

Joke of the Day

An art connoisseur passed a little grocery store in New York when he
noticed a kitten on the front step lapping up some milk in a bowl. The
cat was mangy with one ear half chewed off and clumps of fur missing.

What really caught the collectors eye was the bowl the kitten was
drinking from. It was a rare antique worth thousands. He walks in the
store and offers $20 for the cat.

“He’s not for sale,” says the store owner.

“That’s ridiculous!” says the collector. read more

Planes With Wings Like Birds

Planes of the future are being inspired by the design of the world’s fastest bird, the peregrine falcon, which can stay in control at speeds of up to 200 mph.

These bird-like planes could be lighter, faster and more maneuverable than today’s stiff-winged aircraft.

Technologies being developed include ‘sensory feathers’ that could predict if something is going wrong with the plane.

The nature-inspired craft could be in our skies in as little as 20 years time.

Scroll down for video

 Scientists at BAE Systems and City, University of London have been studying how falcons fly in order to develop new technologies  
Scientists at BAE Systems and City, University of London have been studying how falcons fly in order to develop new technologies

read more