Selected – “It was An Accident”

One night a woman was brought into the hospital on a stretcher dying of terrible burns. The history showed that her husband had come home drunk and thrown the paraffin lamp over her. The police, the husband, and magistrate were immediately sent for.

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Husband and Wife “I’ll stay with you!”

William and Mary were crossing a railroad track some years ago when Mary’s foot slipped and became wedged between the rail and a wooden crosswalk. Frantically she tried to get loose as a train approached around the curve. Her husband attempted to free her. As the express came closer with its brakes screeching. Mary realized it could’t stop in time. “Leave me, Bill! Leave me!” she cried.

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The Longest Night (Amazed by the history)

The longest night in history was Sep. 2, 1752, when the Gregorian calendar was adopted in England. The Gregorian calendar wad adopted in England, arranged by Julius Caesar, by not making sufficient allowance for leap year, had caused the English date to become 11 days behind the right time. Those days were omitted after Sep. 2, so the next day was reckoned as Sep. 14, 1752.

What a “lost” !


新年心灵鸡汤 to Greedy & Jealous


One of the old saints, according to the legend, in his journey overtook two travelers. One was a greedy, avaricious, covetous man; the other was of a jealous and envious nature. When they came to the parting of ways, the saint said he would give them a parting gift. Whichever made a wish first would have his wish fulfilled, and the other man would get a double portion of what the first had asked for.

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