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If making money in your business isn’t EASY, you ain’t doing it right…


…this might sound a bit ‘off‘ from what a lot of people are saying, but I PROMISE you, that what I’m saying here is not only true, but when you really get it – I don’t think you’ll ever struggle to have money in your life again.

Let me define this for you…

When I say that making money is easy – I’m not saying it doesn’t involve workwhat I am saying is that there should be no struggle involved in the process, and when you understand the flow of money and how to create income on demand, your income will ‘flow’ instead of having that feeling that you’re beating your forehead against a wall with nails in it…

Here’s how this post got inspired:

I was in an airport the other day, and got talking to a speech pathologist who is traveling through Costa Rica with some friends for the next month or two. After 2 or 3 minutes, she asked me what I do for a living, and I just decided to tell her the truth…

“I’m a drug dealer.”

After she got nervous, I laughed and said ‘kidding, seriously – what I do is EVEN better – I get paid to live like I want all day.’

We then started talking about economics, the government, the Federal Reserve System, and how the internet and instant communication fits into the future of the world.

(well, OK – it was me talking and her being bewildered by foreign concepts that almost no one understands…)

It became very clear to me in about 10 minutes, that this 35 year old gal had NO IDEA how the flow of money worked in the world, and it got me thinking…

…I wasn’t really able to create income on demand until I learned how the flow of money worked – and once I understood HOW it worked – I got rid of a bunch of silly concepts that were holding me back from creating what I wanted to create in my life.

So what the HECK did I learn?

…all of this nonsense resulted in me (along with the entire baby boomer generation – WHICH by the way, isn’t as true anymore, they are waking up to the real nature of what’s been happening to them in a BIG way right now) not understanding AT ALL the truth behind creating income.

I was raised with the philosophy that if I worked hard – I would be paid a fair wage for my labor – whether it is mental labor, as a product of my intellect and education, or whether it was.

In any case – it took me A LONG TIME to figure out that what I just described has absolutely nothing to do with how much money you’re going to have.

It’s funny – but if you’re an employee and you just ‘work hard’ you’re pretty much guaranteed a set wage as long as you have a job and perform – but employee’s rarely think about where the money for that wage comes from, that it has to come from several things:

1. Money changing hands from one person to another

2. Profit being generated from the difference between cost of goods and the revenue created.

3. BAM! There’s now money to pay the employees, and hopefully some left over at the end of the month for the boss! (otherwise, you ain’t going to have that job for long)

Let me tell you the important part of that scenario though – that is the KEY indicator of a successful business:


You see, when I was in Amway, I worked REALLY HARD – the problem was, I didn’t understand that working hard has nothing to do with how much money you make. Let me explain the formula in a little more detail, and I’m going to show you how most people get hung up:

The formula is this: Person A has money, and gives it to Person B in exchange for something he wants.

Here’s the thing most people don’t get (it’s not that they don’t understand it – it’s that they never really think about it). To get the money from Person A – Person B doesn’t have to actually be involved in that process AT ALL.


Nope – in fact, how hard you work has nothing at all to do with how much money you are going to have in your life – how much money you’re going to have has literally only one key factor – how many people give you money, how much they give you, and what your profit margins are after you pay for everything.

When I figured that out – I started asking the next key question:

“Gosh dangit – how then do I get lots of people to give me lots of money – and what do I give them in exchange that’s so valuable that they’ll KEEP giving me money over, and over again???”

Lol. Kind of funny in one way – but thinking along those lines let me to a fascinating discovery – there are only actually a FEW WAYS of getting people to give you money! (legally, anyways – we’ll throw out gun-point robbery and drug dealing for now) All you have to do is pick one of these ways (they have different levels of pain and work depending on the method) and BAMB! Let’s make you some easy cash now!

Method #1 (The Stupid Way): Trade your manual labor (either mental or physical) for money your boss gives you, and just expect that it will keep working. The reason this way sucks, is that you’re intimately involved in the money-getting process, meaning that you have to show up to get paid.

Method #2 (The Smarter, But Not So Smart Way): Sell stuff to people that they don’t want or need, by getting really good at selling. This method can work to make lots of cash now – but the problem is, you’re still intimately involved in the process and are trapped – just like the employee – and since people don’t really want your stupid product, you won’t have any recurring purchases and selling will eventually burn you out.

Method #3 (Getting There – But Not Quite The Greatest Money Getting Method): Find a group of people who want something, and find a way to sell your product or service to them by leveraging what THEY WANT, to sell them what YOU WANT. This method actually works quite well if you know how to sell, but the problem with it is, there’s always a limited market with this method – if you have to convince people to do something that they don’t quite want, you’ve always got to be coming up with crazy ways to sell it to them. Although this isn’t my MAIN METHOD of earning income – I still use it all the time to sell valuable products and services to people who don’t know they want them… (yet)

Method #4 (ALMOST the greatest money making method ever, but not quite): Find out a product that a lot of people already want, and find the cheapest, best way of delivering it to them. Man, this method just rocks – the reason? No real selling required, you can acquire customers and keep them cheaper and longer if you give great value – PLUS, you can also upsell them products that they didn’t know they needed yet. However, this method still, although somewhat leveraged, is a high paying job – however, it’s a relatively easy one if you manage it properly. But unfortunately, if you stop working, your income stops, which leads us to…

Method #5: The BEST Way Of Money Getting In The History Of The World! Are you ready for this? Ok, grab a pen….

“Find a people who want a product with high profit margins and repeat purchases, find the best way of selling it to them WITHOUT you being involved in the process at all…”

I just had an orgasm.


Ok, I’m back – the cool thing about this method is that once you set it up – people give you money without you doing anything! Now that’s cool!

That means, you can make a ridiculous income, live wherever you want in the world, do what you love, and money just flows into your account on autopilot – with no hard work, effort, or energy involved.

That’s why I like Network Marketing (when done properly)

So here’s the couple of questions I have for you:

1. Are you trying to sell something that people just don’t want, or do you just suck at selling it?

2. Is there high enough profit in what you do to eventually outsource it so you don’t have to continue managing something for the rest of your life?

3. Is there a big enough market to sustain your dream lifestyle?

In any case – I hope that you take these concepts and make a boat load of cash – the world needs more rich people to create jobs, buy nice stuff, and otherwise show us all what’s possible when the mind of man or woman is focused on a singular cause.

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PACKERS BLOW UP Tweet “F’d by the REFs” after Monday Night’s Game

SO, the Packers were pretty upset Monday night after a controversial loss to the Seattle Seahawks on the last play of the game, where confusion reigned supreme among the NFL’s replacement referees.

Packers guard T.J. Lang (@TJLang70)

“Got f**ked by the refs.. Embarrassing. Thanks nfl”

“F**k it, Fine me and use the money to pay the regular refs.”

“Any player/coach in Seattle that really thinks they won that game has zero integrity as a man and should be embarrassed.”

Packers linebacker Desmond Bishop (@Desbishop55)

“BREAKING –JaMarcus Russell eyeing return to NFL after discovering games can be won by throwing interceptions.” Lolol”

“Accountability: The moment a player does something to embarrass the shield, swift & immediate action takes place! WHY not now?! Jussayin”

“Heard they didn’t show the replay at the stadium in Seattle. Haha I knew Pete Carroll was in the mob since playing against him at USC lol”

Packers WR Greg Jennings (@GregJennings)

“#NFL C’MON MAN! Can’t even be upset anymore. All I can do is laugh. Laugh at the #NFL for allowing America’s game to come this. WOW!”

Packers WR Greg Jennings (@GregJennings)

“#NFL C’MON MAN! Can’t even be upset anymore. All I can do is laugh. Laugh at the #NFL for allowing America’s game to come this. WOW!”

Packers Tight End Tom Crabtree (@TCrabtree83)

“13th man beat us tonight.”

Former Packers safety Nick Collins (@NickThePick36)

“Seattle u can’t feel good about tht win… Because y’all really lost… The refs give y’all the game…”

“Tate push off Sam and could hurt him very bad.. Once again get these refs out…”

In this pic you can see the confusion as both Refs can’t seem to decide what the play is.

It is the National Football Joke now, officially, at the end of Monday Night Football, in front of the country.

They have now turned the biggest, richest sport in the country into a cheap, carnival sideshow, now that all the bad calls and indecision and incompetency got us the big one Monday night, the one we’ve been waiting for, a game stolen from the Packers that they won.

This wasn’t pro football Monday night. This ending was about as real as professional wrestling.


You will be told that the show goes on in the NFL and the ratings are big, told when the league finally makes a deal with its regular refs that this will all be forgotten. No, it will not. Nobody is going to forget the first three weeks of this season, even if commissioner Roger Goodell makes a deal with his regular refs before he goes to lunch on Tuesday.

This goes on Goodell’s permanent record now, after a lot of good he has done, the way he has turned his sport over to these scared substitute teachers. These scab refs in 2012 are costing his sport its reputation.

“It was awful,” Aaron Rodgers said when it was over Monday night. “Just look at the replay. It was awful.”

“I’ve never seen anything like that in all my years of football,” Packers coach Mike McCarthy said, after he had said, “Don’t ask me about the officials.”

It’s not McCarthy’s job to answer questions about the officials, it is Roger Goodell’s job . But the real question is how the NFL ever allowed itself to get to that corner of the end zone in Seattle on Monday night.

Oh, the people in charge have tried to tell you for three weeks that it wasn’t so bad with these replacement refs, that the number of calls being called is the same, that it is business as usual in the NFL, look at those ratings.

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Canadian Police Officers being charged for smuggling contraband by the CASELOADS. What contraband? This may surprise you


Niagara Regional Police Service officers have been visiting pizzerias recently asking the same question: where did you get your cheese? Is this Code for something else?

Apparently this is part of a larger internal investigation allegedly by some members of their own force.

CBC News has learned from numerous police sources that charges are expected soon against a few officers who are alleged to have been involved in the movement of caseloads of CHEESE from the U.S. to sell to Canadian pizzerias and restaurants.

The alleged scam involves jamming cases of “brick” cheese — used as a common pizza topping — into their vehicles to smuggle across the border. With U.S. cheese being as little as a third the price it is in Canada, drivers are making $1,000 to $2,000 a trip, according to numerous sources.

Canada Border Services Agency officials say anyone — officer or civilian — caught smuggling large shipments of cheese into Canada would be in violation of the Customs Act for failing to declare, and pay duties on, the controlled goods.

As well, CBSA says it would be a violation for failing to have proper permits and licences from both the Canadian Food Inspection Agency and the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade.

The accused officers either face police act charges (internal discipline) for either discreditable conduct or neglect of duty or Criminal Code charges of breach of trust if any were found to have intentionally plotted to avoid customs and duties.

Offered contraband cheese

Mario Sebastiano, owner of Super Mario’s pizza in Port Colborne, told CBC News he was approached two years ago by a Fort Erie man offering to supply numerous cases of contraband U.S. cheese. The Fort Erie man, along with some police officers, are now at the centre of the cheese smuggling probe.

“He was gonna sell me a case for 150 bucks — normally it’s $240,” Sebastiano said. “He can supply whatever I want. If I want five to six cases a week, he’d give me five to six cases because he can bring it to this side here, no problem.”

Sebastiano said he tried a sample, admitting it was an attractive offer, since his business buys more than $100,000 a year worth of cheese. But he said he turned it down, because it was illegal — and the contraband cheese was inferior.

Among the numerous pizza shop owners questioned by Niagara Regional Police Service officers in recent weeks were the staff at Volcano Pizzeria in Fonthill, west of Niagara Falls.

“Cops came in here a couple of times asking questions about it,” Brandon Elms told CBC News. “We get all our stuff legit. We thought it was a joke at first. Who is going to go around trying to sell smuggled cheese?

“The cheese bandits, the mozzarella mafia!”

But Albert Zappitelli who runs Zappis, a popular Niagara Falls pizzeria, says higher Canadian cheese prices, due to restrictions by the Canadian Dairy Board, and strict controls on cheaper U.S. imports, are driving an underground economy.

“On a monthly basis we are approached by someone who wants to bring American cheese over the border and sell it to us,” said Zappitelli. “What would their penalty be being caught at the bridge with six cases of cheese?

“It’s not like they’re going to put you in handcuffs and take you away.”

The cheese-smuggling investigation stems from information gathered from a U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) arrest in April of Niagara Regional Police Service Const. Geoffrey Purdie in Buffalo on charges of conspiracy to smuggle more than half a million dollars in anabolic steroids and other drugs into Canada.

Const. Geoff Purdie has been suspended with pay pending an investigation. (Courtesy CHCH)

According to U.S. court documents, a joint Border Enforcement Task Force has been using surveillance and at least one confidential informant in an ongoing probe into the steroid allegations of Purdie and others, including civilians.

CBC News has been unable to confirm which specific officers will face charges, let alone whether Const. Purdie himself is directly linked to the cheese allegations. He has refused repeated requests for an interview.

Officers under investigation

The Niagara Regional Police Association won’t discuss the allegations against the officers, but confirms a number of its members have been formally notified they are under internal investigation.

Jeff McGuire, Niagara’s new police chief, has refused to discuss recent shake-ups at the Fort Erie detachment or what further charges or discipline actions may be forthcoming. He has only confirmed the suspension of Const. Purdie due to allegations of drug smuggling.

“He’s been suspended with pay, and our professional standards [group] … are conducting an investigation … but we first have to allow the American investigation to continue and be completed,” McGuire said last month.

McGuire also confirmed the suspension of an officer from Purdie’s Fort Erie detachment following Purdie’s arrest, but he would not discuss why.


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EMMY NIGHT Sofia Vergara and Heidi Klum on FIRE

Sofia Vergara and Heidi Klum ramped up the sizzle Sunday night on the Emmy Awards red carpet that already had TV’s biggest stars talking about just how hot they were because of the extreme temperatures in Los Angeles.

Vergara wore a teal gown by Zuhair Murad with beads all over and a cutout reverse halter neckline, and Klum chose a seafoam-colored gown by Alexandre Vauthier with plunging Vs from every angle on the top and super-high slits that left very little in the middle.

They helped fuel the trend toward bright, bold color that was also worn by pregnant Claire Danes in strapless daffodil-yellow Lanvin, Julianne Moore in a long-sleeve, stretchy gown by Raf Simons for Christian Dior and Nicole Kidman in a blue-on-white-beaded gown by Antonio Berardi. All brought bona fide fashion credibility to the Nokia Theatre, even if they weren’t necessarily the favorites.

Hayden Panettiere plucked her sari-style Marchesa straight from the runway, and Ginnifer Goodwin’s flame-red-on-sheer-champagne strapless gown by Monique Lhuillier announced there’s a new generation of style stars to reckon with.

Goodwin “went out on a limb — and it could have gone wrong — but it was great,” said Stacy London, co-host of TLC’s “What Not to Wear” and co-founder of Style for Hire, a personal fashion service. “It had the biggest impact on me.”

Lhuillier had a banner night with Julie Bowen’s strapless, trumpet-hem gown and Padma Lakshmi’s orange strapless dress.

Goodwin and Klum also were early favorites of Louise Roe, Glamour editor-at-large and “Fashion Star” host. She wasn’t crazy about Elisabeth Moss’ printed, peplumed Dolce & Gabbana gown, which she said had a little too much “fussy detail.”

And, Roe said, Emily VanCamp could have gone edgier than her still-lovely J. Mendel gown with pleats and hints of sexy sheer fabric. “She’s young and has a killer body — she could have played around a bit more.”

Hal Rubenstein of InStyle magazine, however, saw the beauty of VanCamp’s gown up close and — like Moore’s gown, which was Simons’ red-carpet debut for Dior — needed to be appreciated for the details. “Julianne’s will be the one to remember,” he said. “It’s a lot — and it’s a blazing, flaming color — but if you saw the dress, the construction was extraordinary.”

Moore said before the show: “I love the color. It’s so fresh.”

It didn’t hurt that she also got to wear European-cut diamond earrings, weighing in at 5 carats each, and an 8.5-carat Art Deco bracelet — both by Fred Leighton.

Vergara’s gown was over the top and not as sophisticated as some of her earlier red-carpet looks, but she has mastered a va-va-voom character and she consistently gives the audience what they want, the experts said. “If Sofia Vergara showed up in a tuxedo or a boatneck gown in sable brown, you’d be furious,” Rubenstein said.

When stars go for gowns that they seem more comfortable in, which is itself a trend, they look better, Rubenstein explained. Julianna Margulies is someone who always owns her dress and the Giambattista Valli strapless brocade floral fell into her pattern of making fashionable choices.

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EMMYs 2012 Best Quotes AND OOPS of the night

When Claire Danes won the Emmy Award for best actress in a drama on Sunday night for her work on “Homeland,” she thanked numerous individuals connected with the show. But when she got to co-star Mandy Patinkin, she was so overcome with respect that the only thing she could get out initially was, “Mandy Patinkin: holla.”

This is now, officially, one of the greatest sentences in the history of the

English language. Gawker went so far as to proclaim it the “newAngelina Jolie’s leg.”


When the Nats win a crucial game? “Mandy Patinkin: holla.” When you realize that the second season of “Homeland” begins in just one week? Oh, total “Mandy Patinkin: holla.”

All of this is a long way of saying that “Mandy Patinkin: holla” was by far the best quote of the 2012 Emmy Awards. But it was not the only repeatable line. Here’s a list of the top seven.

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7. “This is what happens when you don’t come to rehearsal.” — Seth MacFarlane

OOPS…The fact that MacFarlane said this in his Stewie voice after missing his microphone mark on the Emmy stage made this quote a bit more memorable than it might initially look.

6. “I think I just sort of bang on and hope something will dribble out.” — Julian Fellowes

The “Downton Abbey” co-creator said this during a segment on writers’ block. But taken out of context, it, um, does not sound like he’s talking about writing.

5. “I just have to say that, just looking at this thing it reminds me a little bit of the Olympics. You know, the Olympic sports in London. It doesn’t seem like much of a sport, you know, this trophy here.” — Kevin Costner

Costner said this after winning the Emmy for his work in “Hatfield & McCoys.” No one on Twitter seemed to understand what he meant by it. I am not sure Costner even knew what he meant by it.

4. “The normalese for outside lead actress in a deal are…” — Tina Fey

So this was the part where Tina Fey pretended she couldn’t read the teleprompter while presenting lead actress in a drama, and co-presenter Jon Hamm pretended to be exasperated, and viewers at home genuinely wished Fey and Hamm could read the names of all of the nominees while doing this same George-and-Gracie-style routine.

3. “I’m an atheist, and that worried me.” — Ricky Gervais

Gervais improvised this sharp quip when a voice could suddenly be heard during his presentation of the Emmy for best direction in a variety special. The voice probably came from the control room. Or, perhaps, God. Or, to dovetail on the previous entry, George Burns in “Oh, God.”

2. “Years from now, when the Earth is just a burning husk and aliens visit, they will find a box of these and they will know just how predictable these [bleeping] things can be.” — Jon Stewart

What Stewart said upon accepting the Emmy for best variety, music or comedy series for the tenth year in a row, thereby making us less fatigued of seeing “The Daily Show” win this every single year.

1. “Mandy Patinkin: holla.”

Claire Danes said it all and she said it best.

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Everyday words with a NAUGHTY HISTORY! Do you kiss your mother with that mouth?

This all started the other night as I was pondering the word HARASS, URANUS and other words that make me laugh out loud. If you read my last post you know exactly what I’m talking about.

With this curse of curiosity I searched the sea of internet, and one search led to another and I soon discovered that some of the words we use everyday, including our children, *gasp* were invented by people that had to have had a  sexually twisted sense of humor. However, I would like to give them the utmost credit by applauding and congratulating them  for the PUNK of a lifetime! Laughing in the shadows as we say these now very familiar words. Well played, well played. Shall we take a look?

First up…



An over emotional reaction, or chaos

The term comes from the Greek “Hystera,” which means womb or ovary, which also gives us the term hysterectomy. Modern examples of hysteria are mostly riot related, but back in the Victorian era, it was considered a nervous condition for females, caused by their lady-parts.  A “water massage” was then used to treat the condition.  For women who didn’t like being shot in the crotch with a jet of high-pressure water, the doctor could use his fingers to create the same mysterious effect, referred to as “hysterical paroxysm” before someone explained to them what an orgasm was.  I can’t wait to yell that one out!

<= Don’t worry, he’s a Doctor.

So what do riots and these women have in common? Apparently they can both be put out by a hose.



A type of flower.


At some point in history a botanist was looking at what is widely considered to be the most beautiful flower in existence when he noticed that the roots sort of looked like balls. Whether or not he held them up to his own and had a good laugh is still a unknown.

The term orchid comes from the Greek, orkhis, which means testicle. Those “testicles” are beautiful and smell delightful! Ya, not so much.

This etymology of orchid makes the White Stripes lyrics, “You took a white orchid and turned it blue” make much, more sense.



A seal’s fat cousin from the Caribbean.


The term “manatee” comes not only from the Spanish “manos” meaning hands, because the manatees’ flippers look like hands (of fate), but also, it comes from the term, “Manati,” a Carib word for boobs.

A sad result of mermaid legends and their association with manatees. After centuries of searching for mermaids to to rock the boat with, ancient sailors realized they had to lower their standards, and simply referred to the manatees as mermaids, who as legend has it, have sensational boobs.



Is the ancestor of the elephant, like the wooly mammoth, except for one difference


The difference? The tusks. The term “Mastodon” is Greek for “Nipple-tooth,” which is a reference to the tit-like protrusions on the end of the tusks, and the ultimate example of nipples getting hard in the cold. Are my mastodons showing?

It really says something about the guy who coined that term. When faced with the enormous skeleton of this strange creature, he actually took time to notice the very tip of the tusk looked a little like a boob and decided to name this ginormous beast after his little mastodons.

FYI, Mastodon fossils have been found throughout Europe and the Americas, especially at Kentucky’s Big Bone Lick State Park, on Beaver Rd. which is presumably several miles away from Anal Sex Valley National Park. Ya, seriously.



It’s a fruit from Central and South America, and the main ingredient in guacamole.


The word for Avocado comes from the Nahuatl (The language of the Aztecs) “ahuacatl” which means testicle, because of its shape. WOA, How big were these avocados?

The avocado was also introduced to America as the “Alligator pear,” but the other name

stuck so apparently at the time, balls were more popular than alligators.

Guacamole also derives from this origin, with its original definition in Nahuatl being “Avocado sauce.” Well then, put some sauce on my taco.



A carnivorous plant that eats flies.


The botanists that named it saw the flytrap and realized it looked like a vagina, which is why they added Venus (The Greek goddess of love and sex) to its name.

The plant is oval-shaped, has hair-like cilia, has a pink interior, and secretes mucilage, which is like plant lube.

Then, you add in the fact that it probably has mashed-up bugs in it, and has huge spiky fucking teeth, and we have to wonder if this guy didn’t have some woman issues in his life. It’s so angry!

Actually, the idea of a carnivorous snatch is not unique. Tales of fanged vaginas are so common in different cultures that they have a term for it (Vagina Dentata). I think they make medicine for that now.



A group of experts speaking to an audience.


Seminar comes from the Latin term, “Seminis” which means semen or group idea.

If you ever hear someone referring to a “seminal” moment or idea, same thing. It’s the ejaculation that gave birth to something new.

This must be his “seminal” moment face

No Seminal group meetings for me thank you very much.


Now: Taxicab


Old Italian term for goats (cabra in Spanish). The first carriages “for public hire” bounced so much that they reminded people of goats romping on a hillside. Thanks for the ride.

Ok, so I admit it…this is not very sexual. BUT the word romping can be!

<=Goats romping

                           Goats also romping=>



Basic, or pertaining to, the foundation.


Fundamental refers to the Latin, “Fundamentum,” which meant ass, which is the body’s foundation, since both the basement and the ass is where many people store their unwanted possessions (i.e. “Junk in the trunk”).

Fortunately, this is not well known, as the “Reading is Fundamental” organization would have to explain to children that their slogan does not mean that reading is for assholes.










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A Twisted Tale of Sexual Harassment

WARNING: If you are easily offended or don’t have a sense of humor, even on the not so pretty things in life this is not for you.

As I was typing last night I used the word harass as a playful comment and started thinking about the pronunciation of the word. No matter where you put the apostrophe when you say it, it will sound close enough to Her’ass unless you are saying it in the English form as Harris. Honestly, I like the other two (huh-rass) simply because I can point out “haha, you said her’ass!” just as I do with the word Uranus, Liqour and Banal, pronounced bayn-owl, but I’m sure you can guess how I say it.

When we think of harassment we almost always automatically think of Sexual Harassment and Women.

So what is the etymology of harassment? In the 1610s, from the French, harasser “tire out, vex,” possibly from Old French harer “set a dog on with a cry,” Was this dog female? perhaps blended with Old French harier “to harry, draw, drag” Originally “to lay waste, devastate,” sense of “distress” is from 1650s.

In the book In Our Time: Memoir of a Revolution (1999) you can read how eight activist coined the phrase Sexual Harassment.


TWO Professionals, ONE broad…

The woman in the computer company Sencorp’s “Sexual Harassment” video is really hot, according to new employee Mark Smithers.

“Damn! She ‘da bomb!” Smithers said to fellow workmates who had taken fifteen minutes of their lunch break in order to watch the mandatory video. “I mean, check ‘er out! Damn!”

Katrina Brewer, the woman on the video, has really nice breasts and her eyes are sexier than hell.

“I’d like to get me some of that!” Smithers said.

“Sexual harassment has been a real problem here at Sencorp,” said Daniel Nordburg, CEO. “We thought it was time to educate our workers by using the video with the hot babe in it.”

Nordburg says that Sencorp has a “zero-tolerance” policy for sexual harassment, and that an employee can be fired after only three complaints.

“We want the broads here to feel safe,” said Nordburg. “No chick should come to work and have to put up with harassment.” Then, he pointed out that the word “harassment” sounds like “her ass-ment” and began to laugh.

Nordburg says that Smithers would have to answer for his conduct during the video, and that he would have to change his attitude when it came to “working with the honnies.”

“Those sweet-thangs don’t deserve such disrespect,” Nordburg says.

This, however, did not change the fact that the chick in the video was really hot.

“She can sexually harass me any day!” said Smithers.

Smithers claimed to learn a lot from the company’s video regarding discrimination as well, but wished they “hadn’t used the black guy.”


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Find more fictitious funny satire stories by  clicking here and giving SamIam 5starsPlease note that HARASSMENT  occurs everyday and can happen to anyone, anywhere. While we can laugh and joke about situations as the above story people should be aware of what’s right and wrong. If an uncomfortable situation occurs it should not be taken lightly. HARASSMENT covers a wide range of behaviors of an offensive nature. It is commonly understood as behavior intended to disturb or upset, and it is characteristically repetitive. In the legal sense, it is intentional behavior which is found threatening or disturbing. Sexual harassment refers to persistent and unwanted sexual advances, typically in the workplace, where the consequences of refusing are potentially very disadvantageous to the victim. IF THIS APPLIES TO YOU IN ANYWAY PLEASE SEEK HELP.

Are your eyes telling on you? How to tell if someone is lying…

What is a lie? A false statement made with deliberate intent to deceive; an intentional untruth; a falsehood

I have seen many people pacify themselves into thinking that a white lie or small insignificant stray from the truth is NOT a lie. That is a lie my friends.

Since the beginning of time, people have lied, cheated, and stolen. It would be safe to say that at one point in everyone’s life, they have lied to someone whether it be a insignificant white lie, or a very complex lie. People throughout time have always sought a method or device to use to tell if someone is lying. The most renown lie detection tool is probably the polygraph, and even that is unreliable, and is not allowed to be used in court anymore.

Think about this. For every lie a person tells, they will have to invent two or three more to protect themselves, and sound more convincing. Not only do they have to create additional lies to reinforce their first lie, but they also have to have an uncanny memory because they will have to create additional lies that do not contract the previous ones. It has been scientifically proven that a person who is producing a lie rather then the truth, will utilize three different parts of your brain. Whereas a person stating the truth only has to utilize one.

So how can you tell if someone is lying to YOU?

Visual Accessing Cues – also known as “Lying Eyes”

“Visual Accessing Cues” are discussed by Richard Bandler and John Grinder in their book “Frogs into Princes: Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) ” From their experiments this is what they found.

visual cues

When asked a question a “normally organized” right-handed person looks NOTE:from your viewpoint, looking at them:

looking up and to the left

Up and to the Left
Indicates: Visually Constructed Images (Vc)
If you asked someone to “Imagine a purple buffalo”, this would be the direction their eyes moved in while thinking about the question as they “Visually Constructed” a purple buffalo in their mind.

looking up and to the right

Up and to the Right
Indicates: Visually Remembered Images (Vr)
If you asked someone to “What color was the first house you lived in?”, this would be the direction their eyes moved in while thinking about the question as they “Visually Remembered” the color of their childhood home.

eyes left

To the Left
Indicates: Auditory Constructed (Ac)
If you asked someone to “Try and create the highest the sound of the pitch possible in your head”, this would be the direction their eyes moved in while thinking about the question as they “Auditorily Constructed” this this sound that they have never heard of.
eyes looking right

To the Right
Indicates: Auditory Remembered (Ar)
If you asked someone to “Remember what their mother’s voice sounds like “, this would be the direction their eyes moved in while thinking about the question as they “Auditorily Remembered ” this sound.

eyes down and to the left

Down and to the Left
Indicates: Feeling / Kinesthetic (F)
If you asked someone to “Can you remember the smell of a campfire? “, this would be the direction their eyes moved in while thinking about the question as they used recalled a smell, feeling, or taste.

looking down and to the right

Down and To the Right
Indicates: Internal Dialog (Ai)
This is the direction of someone eyes as they “talk to themselves”. 

How this information is used to detect lies:

Example: Say your friends child asks you for some candy, and you ask: “Well, what did your mother say?” They reply with “Mom said… yes.”, as they look to the left. This would indicate a made up answer as their eyes are showing a “constructed image or sound. Looking to the right would indicated a “remembered” voice or image, and would indicate they are telling the truth.

Now Young Grasshoppers, go ahead and make a list of questions and practice on your friends, family members, or any one willing to be a guinea pig. As with anything, the more you practice the better you will get.


A typical left handed should have the opposite meaning for their eye direction. Also, before you get started try to understand the persons base-behavior and actions before you conclude they are lying.

If your subject becomes crossed-eyed at any point during questioning then they are just as confused as you are. Practice, Practice Practice 😉

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