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    Free Trade Philosophy

  • The only place there is a level playing field is on a Flat Earth !

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    Passing The Buck

    This is a story of four people :- Everybody, Somebody, Anybody & Nobody.

    There was an important task to be performed. Everybody was asked to do it.

    Everybody was sure that Somebody would do it.  Anybody could have done it but Nobody did it.

    Somebody got angry because it was Everybody's job, but Everybody thought Anybody could do it.

    In the finish, Everybody blamed Somebody when Nobody asked Anybody.



     
     
    The Lawyer & The Oyster

    As two men were walking by the sea-shore, they found an oyster and began to quarrel over it.

    "I saw it first" said one man, " so it belongs to me."

    "I picked it up" said the other, "and I have a right to keep it."

    As they were quarrelling, a lawyer came by, and they asked him to decide in the matter. The lawyer agreed to do so, but, before he would give his opinion, he required that, whatever he might say, they would be quite satisfied with his decision.

    "It seems to me" said the lawyer, "that you both have a claim to the oyster, so I will divide it equally between you, and you will both be perfectly satisfied." Opening the oyster, the lawyer quickly ate it, and with grave face, handed each of the men one of the empty shells.

    "But you have eaten the oyster !" cried the men.

    "Ah, that was my fee for deciding the case !" said the lawyer.
    "But I have divided all that remains in a fair and just manner."

    And that is what generally happens when two quarrelsome persons go to law about anything they cannot agree upon.



     
     
    If You Are Unhappy

    Once upon a time there was a non-conforming sparrow who decided not to fly south for the winter.
    However, soon the weather turned so bitterly cold, that he reluctantly started to fly south. In a short time ice began to form on his wings and he fell into a barnyard, almost frozen. A cow passed by a crapped on the little bird. The sparrow thought that it was the end, but the manure warmed him and defrosted his wings. Warm, happy and able to breathe he started to sing. Just then, a large cat came by and, hearing the chirping, decided to ivestigate the sounds.
    The cat cleared away the manure, found the chirping bird, and promptly ate him.

    The moral of this story :-

  • 1. Everyone who shits on you is not necessarily your enemy.
  • 2. Everyone who gets you out of the shit is not necessarily your friend.
  • 3. If you're warm and happy in a pile of shit, keep your mouth shut.


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    CREE Indian Prophecy

  • Only when the last tree has been cut down,

  • Only after the last river has been poisoned,

  • Only after the last fish has been caught,

  • Only then will you find that money cannot be eaten.


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    Chief Two Eagles North American Reflection

  • When White man found this land, the Indians were running it.
  • The Women did all the work and the Medicine Man was free.
  • There were no taxes, no debt, plenty buffalo, plenty beaver, clean water and clean air.
  • Indian man spend all day hunting & fishing, and all night having sex.

  • Only White man dumb enough to think he could improve system like that.

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    Grandmother O'Reilly's Philosophy

  • If you cannnot see the light at the end of the tunnel, go down there and turn the bloody thing on yourself !


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    Einstein's Definition of Insanity

  • Doing the same thing over and over again - and expecting different results.


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    Gavan Anderson
    Tara Hall Productions
    P.O. Box 247
    Lancefield, VIC. 3435
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