🔹Petty Officer First Class Marcus Luttrell, a former Navy SEAL, chased four men through four counties while armed with two 9mm Berettas because they killed his dog, DASY. – Source
Luttrell was the sole survivor of a US Navy SEAL team ambush by Taliban fighters. He was saved by members of the Sabray tribe under the Nanawatai principle of the Pashtunwali code which requires a tribe to safeguard an individual against his enemies at all costs. – Source
🔹The original Navy SEAL Team 6 was formed after a failed Delta Force mission and was given its team number in order to confuse Soviet Intelligence as to how many teams there actually were (there were only 2 at that time). – Source
🔹Bill Shepherd, first US Navy SEAL that became a NASA Astronaut and first commander of the ISS, was asked what he does best in his astronaut candidate interview. He answered: “Kill people with a knife.” – Source
🔹There was a Navy SEAL so elite that they created his own unit just for him. He kidnapped Admirals and infiltrated US military bases. His name was Richard Marcinko. – Source
🔹During the Vietnam war, Navy SEAL teams One and Two amassed a combined kill/death ratio of 200:1. – Source
🔹The brain of a Navy SEAL is trained to alter the way the amygdala processes fear. – Source
🔹Navy SEALs that killed Bin Laden got stealth series flashlights as a ‘thank you’ from the company. – Source
🔹The Navy SEALs who killed Bin Laden were the same team that rescued the American captain held hostage by Somalian pirates in 2009 – Source
🔹The runner up of the first ever Ironman was John Dubar, a US Navy SEAL. He was winning during the marathon until his support crew ran out of water and decided to give him beer instead – Source
🔹During the funeral of Navy SEAL Michael A. Monsoor, every Navy SEAL on the West Coast came to the funeral, took off their golden trident off of their own uniform and slapped it onto his wooden coffin covering the whole coffin in golden tridents. – Source
🔹The trident worn on the uniforms of Navy SEALs is officially designated as the “Special Warfare Insignia,” but is sometimes called the “Budweiser,” named in part for the Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) course, the grueling twenty-five week special warfare school. The trident also has an uncanny resemblance to the Anheuser-Busch logo.
🔹An aerospace engineer attached to the Navy SEALS was charged in federal court for building a plane from scratch to “more easily visit his wife”. – Source
🔹The Belgian Malinois is the preferred “war dog” of the Navy SEALs. They are highly trained special ops experts, even trained to operate a parachute, “jumping either in tandem with their handlers or solo, if the jump is into water.” – Source
🔹Chris Kyle, a sniper on the US Navy SEALs, eliminated so many enemies that Iraqi insurgents gave him the nickname “The Devil.” – Source
Navy SEALS make up less than 1% of all United States Navy personnel, but despite their small numbers they make a huge strategic impact on every operation of which they’re a part.
Because of the specialized training, SEALS can’t just do combat coming from the sea, but they’re trained in desert, urban and jungle conditions, and can handle explosives and jump from airplanes. They’re trained in every useful skill.
Though they’re trained in a variety of ways, Navy SEALS specialize in combat in surprise strikes from the sea as well as a secretive return to the sea. This allows them to strike and return clandestinely numerous times doing the most damage possible, and achieving aims that larger troops couldn’t manage without being noticed.
🔹For $10,000 former Navy SEALs promise to teach you what they have learned for a week and then, if your skills are up to par, “unleash you on the most exciting and terrifying 36-hours of your life.” – Source
The cans say there is “about” five servings of 16 chips, which means 80 Pringles. When we tested four cans of Original Pringles we counted two cans with 79 chips, one with 80, and the last one had 78.
However, a can of Sour Cream and Onion chips had 82 and can of Pizza-Flavored had 81.
Pringles has 25 different flavors in the U.S. and even more internationally, when combined you can make 318,000 unique flavor stacks. Of all the varieties, the top-selling flavors are Original, Cheddar Cheese, Barbeque and Sour Cream and Onion.
When Fredric Baur, the inventor of Pringles potato chips died at age 89, per his wish, his cremated ashes were placed inside an original flavored Pringles can for burial.
In 1956, Baur, a trained chemist, used a geometric formula to create a saddle-shaped chip that would not break when individually stacked inside a cardboard cylinder in-a-can invention.
Besides a burial urn, here are other uses for Pringles cans:
Store other foods inside. Chips aren’t the only food that will travel safely inside a Pringles container. You can also safely pack a sleeve of crackers, some spaghetti or other noodles, dried beans, and more inside this handy can.
Flour, sugar, and breadcrumbs are other products that can be transported via the Pringles container. The sturdy cardboard will protect the food, and you won’t have punctured bags or spilled products On your roadtrip, in the tent or inside a RV.
Make a cell phone speaker. Cut a slit near the bottom of the Pringles can. Make the slit large enough for your cell phone to sit inside. Remove the lid. The can will amplify your cell phone’s speaker.
Store plastic bags. Cut a small (one-inch diameter) hole in the Pringles lid. When you need a plastic bag, simply reach into the hole, and pull one out.
Office or hobby supplies. A Pringles can will also corral those office supplies like pens, scissors, paper clips, and glue sticks. Hobby supplies like beads, wire, artists’ paintbrushes and more will also fit inside.
Hair accessories holder. Use a Pringles can to keep hair ties and elastic bands together. Just put them around the outside of the can. Clips, ribbons, and bows can be stored inside the can, as well.
Makeup organizer. You can cut down Pringles cans so that your makeup brushes, comb/brush, and other tools are easily at hand. Tape a series of cans together so they’ll stay securely upright.
Necklace holder. Put weights in the bottom of a Pringles can. Then wind a rubber band around the can, near the top. Hang necklaces and bracelets from the rubber band. Simple! And handy, too!
Bird feeder. Use a darning needle to poke and thread a string through the top of the Pringles can. Tie the ends of the string together. Then use a spatula or butter knife to smear peanut butter all over the exterior of the Pringles can. Then roll the prepared can in birdseed. Hang the bird feeder from a nearby tree or garden flag holder.
Keep paint rollers fresh. When painting, you can slip a Pringles container over the paint roller at the end of the day. The next day, the paint in the roller will be ready to go.
Travel Tools. We use a few select tools when traveling in our car or a RV–a tire gauge, a channel lock, screwdrivers, pliers, etc. An easy way to keep these few, but necessary, tools together and within reach is to store the tools inside a Pringles can.
Children Fun. Kids love doing this. Remove the bottom of the Pringles can. Use waterproof tape to securely fasten the lid onto the can. Gently place the lid end of the can into the water. Look through the bottom of the can to see what’s underneath the water’s surface. Here’s more ideas:
The character, Jim Halpert, is played by John Krasinki from America’s television comedy sitcom, The Office. In his now popular meme, Jim points to a whiteboard and then smiles.
On November 10th, 2008, the episode of The Office entitled “Baby Shower” Jim charts how his boss Michael might be related to another character’s baby.
He says, “Jan is about to have a baby with a sperm donor. And Michael is preparing for the birth of a watermelon with Dwight. Now, this baby will be related to Michael through delusion.”
On March 16th, 2016, Tumblr account the-office-daily posted a two-panel screenshot from the scene. The post received more than 3,700 notes in less than four years
On April 17th, 2016, Buzzfeed used an edited version of the image that reads “How compatible with Jim Halpert are you?”
Several years later, on August 27th, 2019, Imgur user fluffypancakes shared an edited variation that reads “Government is necessary because people left unchecked will do evil. The government is composed of people left unchecked.”
The post received more than 114,000 views and 4,400 points in less than one year.
Here are some of the top rated Whiteboard Lesson Guy’s memes:
Kenny Rogers, 81, died of natural causes on March 20, 2020.
One of the best-selling artists of all time, Kenny Rogers encompassed many music genres with over 120 hit singles. In the U.S., he charted country, pop, and contemporary charts more than 200 separate weeks. Worldwide, he sold more than 112 million records over a span of seven decades.
The recipient of numerous awards, Rogers was honored with Grammys, American Music Association, Association of Country Music, and Country Music Association accolades. He was voted the “Favorite All-Time Singer of 1986.” In 2013, Rogers was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame and received the Willie Nelson Lifetime Achievement Award from the Country Music Association.
Rogers evolved with the music of his times, beginning with a rockabilly group dubbed The Scholars, progressing through stints with The Bobby Doyle Three, The New Christy Minstrels, The First Edition, all before he became a solo artist with mega-hits like “Lucille,” “Lady,” “Love Lifted Me,” “Coward of the Country,” and “The Gambler.”
He teamed up with Dottie West and Dolly Parton for such hits as “Every Time Two Fools Collide,” “Anyone Who Isn’t Me Tonight,” “What Are We Doin’ in Love,” “All I Ever Need Is You,” and “Islands in the Stream.”
Following are the top five all-time best lyrics from Kenny Rogers:
5. ‘DECORATED MY LIFE’
Like a rhyme with no reason in an unfinished song There was no harmony life meant nothin’ to me, until you cam along And you brought out the colors, what a gentle surprise Now I’m able to see all the things life can be shinin’ soft in your eyes
And you decorated my life, created a world where dreams are a part And you decorated my life by paintin’ your love all over my heart
4. ‘SHE BELIEVES IN ME’
And she believes in me, I’ll never know just what she sees in me I told her someday if she was my girl, I could change the world With my little songs, I was wrong But she has faith in me, and so I go on trying faithfully And who knows maybe on some special night, if my song is right I will find a way, while she waits… while she waits for me!
3. ‘COWARD OF THE COUNTRY’
“I promised you, Dad, not to do the things you done. I walk away from trouble when I can. Now please don’t think I’m weak, I didn’t turn the other cheek, and Papa, I sure hope you understand: Sometimes you gotta fight when you’re a man.”
You picked a fine time to leave me, Lucille With four hungry children and a crop in the field. I’ve had some bad times, I’ve lived through some sad times, But this time the hurtin’ won’t heal. You picked a fine time to leave me, Lucille.
1 ‘THE GAMBLER’
You’ve got to know when to hold ’em, know when to fold ’em Know when to walk away, know when to run. You never count your money when you’re sittin’ at the table. There’ll be time enough for countin’ when the dealin’s done.
Three Music Historians Open the Blinds of Truth on How He United People of All Races
With Over 40 Historical Photos
Presley fans across the globe realize that knowing the truth about Elvis Presley and the subject of racism requires knowledge about his early childhood and an exploration of the facts of his life throughout his career.
The great American musical pioneers of the 1950s were precise in their adamant characterizations of Presley being a uniting force. They often described him as the person who did far more for bringing blacks and whites together than anyone culturally.
According to three of the finest music culture researchers around the world, they all agree that Presley was a catalyst and powerful (as an individual human being and a worldwide example) influencer from the beginning and still continues to be.
Some time ago, I reached out to three experts on the topic to set the record straight. Their cumulative research represents over 85 years of study, exploration and documentation in the field of culture, music history and Elvis Presley. These specialists are:
Guillermo F. Perez-Argüello
Craig Philo (CP) is a music researcher and historian from Sheppey, in Kent, U.K.
Jay Viviano (JP) is a pop culture historian with over 20 years of experience in research of icons of the 50’s and 60’s, with a strong concentration on Blues artists.
Guillermo F. Perez-Argüello (GPA): “Critics and the uninformed should put themselves “in the position the 7-year-old Elvis Presley found himself in, circa 1942. He was white, but living in an area of Tupelo, Mississippi, totally surrounded by African Americans.
With an unerring ear and a photographic memory, he totally absorbed everything he heard, LIVE, at the gospel churches attended by African Americans. Now, this was not Georgia, Florida, New York, or Illinois, let alone California, Washington State, but Mississippi, a state which was then the poorest of the then 49 states of the Union.”
Craig Philo (CP): “Sam Bell, a childhood black friend in Tupelo, feared for his friend when Elvis made his life changing journey to Memphis at the age of 13 with his beloved parents. You see, perhaps old Sam knew a thing or two about human behavior, knew how his friend’s open and honest approach to all he came in contact with, driven into him by his mother not to hurt another’s feelings would someday hurt him, how right he was!”
GPA: “Then, at age 13, with his parents, he moves to the second poorest, Tennessee, actually to Memphis, the crossroads of urban and city blues.
Forget about the ear and the memory as, by now, starting at age 16, we are talking about a human being who MUSICALLY loves and masters everything around him–namely R&B, the Blues, and Gospel of all denominations, plus European ballads, Country and Western, Opera, Neo-classical recordings, Pop, you name it, he masters it.
And to top it all, he is armed as well with the most eclectic and elastic voice in history. In 1954, it became the most important, which it remains to this day. And that is why BB King was so impressed when he first met him, a lad of 17. ‘He knew more blues and gospel songs than anyone I had ever met’ and years later added, ‘I understand why they call him the King.’ Nuff said, from the King of the Blues.”
Jay Viviano (JV): “Reverend Milton Perry was an early Civil Rights activist in the 1950s. He had Elvis’ back just like many other great legends did. He published an open letter to Black America in a 1957 magazine that stated, after spending time talking to not only white people, but Black people in the R&B and Blues community, as well as African Americans that knew him as a child in Tupelo.
‘I found that an overwhelming majority of people who know Elvis speak of this boy as a boy who practices humility and a love for racial harmony,’ Rev. Perry wrote. ‘I learned that he is not too proud or important to speak to anyone, and to spend time with his fans of whatever color, whenever or wherever they approached him.’”
GPA: “Elvis stealing from black music? Tell it to BB King, Otis Redding, James Brown, Jackie Wilson, Cissy Houston, Darlene Love, Jim Brown, Mohammed Ali, Jesse Jackson, Al Green, Little Richard, Chuck Berry, Sammy Davis Jr. Count Basie, even Public Enemy’s Chuck D, who reconsidered his 1989 views in Fight the Power, and he did so in 2002, as well as to hundreds of other notable African Americans I have on record saying that was NOT the case with Presley.”
JV: “BB King, bluesman Little Milton and Little Richard referred to Elvis as an ‘Integrator.’ And they both use the words ‘that guts it took for Elvis to do what he was doing’ in their own interviews.
Elvis ticked off mainstream racist white America when he came on the scene–especially the KKK and white Citizens Council members—by hanging out with black folks in public, speaking respectful of black artists and continually defending rock and roll, R&B and blues music to the point that young white American kids were paying attention and opening up their minds.
This drove their parents (meaning mainstream racist white America) to anger against Elvis. For his first two years on the scene he was public enemy number one. Little Richard in a later interview in his life praised Elvis passionately for his impact on young white America.”
CP: “In all my time on researching Elvis Aaron Presley I have never ever once come across any racial behavior or activity. Indeed the only stuff you will find was a slanderous lie that’s gathered mythical proportions through the years originally reported by Sepia magazine in April of 1957 and consequently torn to shreds by none other than the great Louie Robinson of Jet Magazine.”
GPA: “In fact Louis Robinson, the talented African American writer who Jet Magazine commissioned to go to LA and interview Presley on the MGM set of “Jailhouse Rock”, in 1957, to obtain his views on racist and other “copycat” remarks which appeared in SEPIA, a magazine geared towards the African American market in the US South. But unlike Jet and Ebony, it was owned by white anti-integrationist and based in Fort Worth, TX.
Robinson has just passed away. He unequivocally stated the rumors were false, so this mentioning of Presley as one who stole, or copied, from African Americans and coming from a prestigious magazine as Ebony tells me (that any writer who differs), well how can I put this, is ill informed.”
JV: “The truth though, which stands up to scrutiny, is that there simply was no other white man as famous as Elvis back in those days that took so many hits for proudly befriending the black community.
The ridiculous fact that people try to spread the opposite as ‘some sort of truth’ makes it paramount that this is handled aggressively.”
CP: “When actor Sidney Poitier and tennis great Arthur Ashe wanted to write books, they sought Mr. Robinson’s help.
‘Never in my life have I known a better man,’ Poitier said.
Yes, Robinson went and interviewed Elvis on the set of Jailhouse Rock. The fact Presley was never in Boston when the quote was reputedly made matters little to some. It was and remains a vicious lie concocted by a fearful white middle America as a weapon to try and cut down this brave and carefree spirited individual whose only crime was to record the music he loved and respected. And at all times in doing so paid reverence and respect to those black artists that he deemed did it better than he did. After all, there is no color in music!”
JV: “People need to get over their ignorance about American history. Elvis did himself NO favors back then by hanging out and letting himself be photographed with black folks. Racism was a common blatant practice of the day. It was these very things that made Elvis hated by many older white folks, yet respected by the black community.
Reverend Milton Perry concluded his statement by saying ‘Presley set an example of wholesome Brotherhood. I find something to admire in Presley and that is his attitude on the racial issue. And that it would be good if other people in the South in other parts of the nation emulated his attitude’.”
GPA: “Notice that, in the US, of all the early Blues, Country and Western, Gospel and R&B masters, the ones who sprang from them, namely Elvis Presley, Fats Domino, Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Bill Haley, Little Richard and Ray Charles, let alone the ones who sprang from or appeared in the scene IMMEDIATELEY after them; namely Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison, Ricky Nelson, Buddy Holly, Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis, Gene Vincent and say Eddie Cochran, the only one whose MUSICAL palette was totally complete was Elvis Presley.
Otherwise, how can one explain that the top singer in the world, on December 4, 1956, should start, the guitar now firmly in his arms, the so called Million Dollar Quartet session with an Agustin Lara song from 1941, the classic “Solamente una vez.” Only Elvis, in this case with (his mother) Gladys’ music taste’s help, was destined to rule.”
JV: “Interestingly, not only did Elvis have the same Blues background as many blues men had, but also their same Country and Western roots. As so many Blues artists did indeed, in many of their interviews, state they had strong Country and Western music influences as well.
Otis Blackwell had strong country and Western roots. Some in the Blues and R&B community accused him of being too country. That explains why he and Elvis were probably such a perfect fit right out of the gate for Elvis to end up doing a handful of his songs. I always thought these dynamics were interesting and things aren’t always cut and dry as people assume.”
CP: “Is it so farfetched or is it just simple logic that of the time in mid-50’s segregated America that it took a white kid to bust open the doors for all these truly great black artists?
Is it right that Presley gets lambasted and ridiculed by so many because he was that one?
People seem to forget the song that catapulted him to stardom in the south had on the backside of it ‘Blue moon of Kentucky’ steeped in Bluegrass/Country, until Presley spiced it up as he did with ‘That’s Alright,’ which is in no way a theft of any kind! Crudup is in there but so too are other influences. Presley was not a COPYCAT! A COOL CAT YES!”
JV: “I mean is there anybody that SERIOUSLY would say, if they could go back in time, they would tell Muhammad Ali, James Brown, BB King, Bobby blue Bland, Etta James, Sammy Davis Jr, Jackie Wilson and many others, they were wrong for proudly calling Elvis their friend and stating he was a help to black artists.
Many of them said it wasn’t until Elvis got other white kids across America listening to rock and roll that it was after that, their own records started to skyrocket in sales. And if we go back and look at the physical numbers and sales charts we see this is true.
Even modern activists that have been around since the 1960’s civil rights movement have admitted they were wrong about Elvis. Nikki Giovanni there for the movement since the 1960s is a perfect example: ‘I’m glad to find out I was wrong about Elvis.’
Dret Scott Keyes when becoming aware of the integrity Elvis had, always pointing out the black music influence on him, just as he did the country and western and white pop artists, ‘Elvis was honest.’ And they’re certainly not the only ones.
The R&B community acknowledge him and inducted him into the R&B Hall of Fame the same year along with Little Richard, Bobby Rush and other legends that had publicly praised Elvis.”
CP: “When a reporter referred to Elvis as the ‘King of Rock ’n’ Roll’ at the press conference following his 1969 Las Vegas opening, he rejected the title, as he always did, calling attention to the presence in the room of his friend Fats Domino, ‘one of my influences from way back.’ He often paid homage to Fats recognizing no one could sing those songs like he did.
From close friends to the many, many black entertainers that he adored or merely those that met him briefly, have come out and said PROUDLY he was my friend. To quote Muhammad Ali, ‘Elvis Presley was the sweetest, most humble and nicest man you’d want to know.’ Sammy Davis Junior another also was quoted as saying “the only thing that’s matters, is that he was my friend.”
GPA: Rev. Thomas A. Dorsey was highlighted on a recent Black History Month television program and I the “mention of Mahalia Jackson and Elvis Presley having recorded the Reverend’s ‘Take my Hand Precious Lord.’ There was another song also penned by the Reverend which was, in fact, written for Mahalia in 1937 and which Presley sang live, on January 6, 1957, during his third appearance at the Ed Sullivan Show, at CBS.
The audience, estimated by Trendex, the precursor of Nielsen, at 50 million. As this may be the largest audience ever assembled on US television for a gospel song, ever, and that includes Obama’s swearing in which drew less than 50 million. It may be important to take note of what became of it.
Presley wanted to sing it, as he had promised his mother that he would do, but Ed Sullivan was initially against it. During rehearsals that same day, the decision to film Presley from the waist up only was taken by Sullivan, for other reasons, so eventually Sullivan eased on Presley’s request.
Elvis was allowed to sing it that night, immediately following Sullivan’s announcement that Presley wanted specifically for those watching to send their contributions towards the lessening of the plight of some 250,000 Hungarians fleeing the Soviet intervention of their country and which had taken place on both the 24th and 31st of October of 1956. Sullivan added that Presley wanted to dedicate the song to the Hungarians.
By the end of 1957, in the next 11 months, some $6 million were received as a result of Presley’s request. In 2010, the Mayor of Budapest honored Presley posthumously by making him a citizen of that city and naming a park facing the oldest and most beautiful bridge, the Margaret Bridge, after him.
The song’s delivery by Presley was so earnest, that it brightened the hearts of the 50 million watching, and they in turn, as I said, sent the equivalent of $49.5 million in 2016 dollars (SFR 26 million at the 1957 SFR 4.31 to the US$ exchange rate). So, the Reverend’s song brought a happy ending, via Elvis, as the refugees settled for life in both Vienna and London.”
JV: “Just one example is Elvis being the ONLY white artist that bothered to show up at charity events for black folks. Google ‘Elvis Goodwill Review Memphis.’ Carl Perkins, Buddy Holly, Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Cash, Bill Haley and many other white artists, were NOT doing these things. And many of the black artist from those days have pointed this out, while making it very clear, Elvis WAS.
People need to get over the NEED to inaccurately, continue to portray Presley as just some ‘cold-hearted cultural bandit.’ We need to quit believing the lies and rumors that keep getting passed on over the decades as “truth” and to start respecting the words of our legends who said otherwise.
To even try to disagree with these things or argue against it only makes those that do look bad, and it’s a disrespect to our great black legends that have praised and defended Elvis.
There were white guys back then that were cheap imitations, just jumping on the bandwagon, like Pat Boone, and others that are guilty of appropriation, but James Brown, BB King, and many others said Elvis was NOT the one. They pointed out Elvis came from extreme poverty and humble conditions and new and respected the music he was singing.
The R&B community has done the research themselves in recent years and found out Elvis was incorrectly labeled ‘a racist and cultural thief.’ They have done their part trying to publicly honor Elvis in many ways the last few years and help clear Elvis name of slanderous claims of him being a ‘racist thief.’
Many have paid attention to many of our great black legends from the past who have defended Elvis in their interviews and in their own autobiographies, basically stating how much credit EP always publicly gave to black artists in his interviews and how much help he was to the black community ….especially when we consider the KKK is documented to have hated Elvis.”
CP: “For far too long accusations of cultural thief, racist and white trash have been disgracefully hung around Presley’s neck like a blinding Vegas neon sign. The time has come once and for all for this crap to be debunked–blown to smithereens. You can label it anyway you like, but purely and simply, isn’t it time the real truth was told?
Now telling the truth, researching the truth is far different from listening to rumor. If you think by cupping your ear to listen with intent to nasty whispers and needless tittle tattle in trying to dirty a man’s name is without shame, then continue. The real shame here is that actually that man stood for so much that was right with the world. Still, if that is OK and of noteworthy behavior to you then stand up and be counted and look like the fool you are. Do some reading! In all seriousness it borders on stupidity and ignorance of biblical proportions.”
You may not have known that Uncle Sam was a real person! In case you’re unfamiliar, “Uncle Sam” is the famous patriotic character we see on the poster that reads, “I want you for U.S. army.”
Born Samuel Wilson in 1766, the real-life Uncle Sam worked as a meat packer in Troy, New York. During the War of 1812, he supplied troops with meat that he shipped in barrels.
The barrels contained the branding “U.S.,” short for “United States,” but people often joked that it actually stood for “Uncle Sam.” The trope eventually spread far and wide, and the rest is history (literally).
Painted by noted U.S. illustrator James Montgomery Flagg, the image first appeared on the cover of the July 6, 1916, issue of Leslie’s Weekly magazine with the title “What Are You Doing for Preparedness?” The U.S. would not declare war on Germany until April of the next year, but the storm signals were clear. The image was later adapted by the U.S. Army for the poster with the new, unforgettable call to action. More than 4 million copies of it were printed between 1917 and 1918.
This photo above of Wilson was taken sometime in the 1850s, and is the only known photograph of him.
From the 1960s through the 2000s these stars all made their mark on television, movies and/or on stage. Some were mere teenagers, and we enjoyed hours of their performances that give us wonderful and nostalgic memories now.
One of our favorite rides at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom is the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train.
Many young girls have grown up reading Snow White and dreaming about their Prince Charming.
It is only after the world turned into a more “woke” society that certain fringes saw the traditional story as somewhat problematic. To some, this tale is not child-friendly enough. In any event, for me it was the seven little dwarves who were the highlight – even when my cousins and classmates read the books and watched numerous TV adaptations and animated films based on Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs.
What Are The Names Of The Seven Dwarfs?
Have you ever thought of the names of these dwarves? Not many can tell you all the seven names. We asked ten people. Only one was able to name all seven. Between the two of us, Dodie and I could only remember five. Don’t peek. How many can you name?
Initially, Walt Disney came up with different names for the dwarves, which were later changed when the cartoon movie came out. If we go by the original names, the seven dwarfs were called:
In our humble opinion, the new names are far better than the original ones.
1. Bashful: Known for his shyness and flushed cheeks, Bashful is easily recognizable by his batting of eyelids and blushing. In the 1937 movie, Scotty Mattraw gave his voice to the character.
2. Doc: In the movie adaptation, he was voiced by the great Roy Atwell. Often regarded as the wise leader of the dwarves, Doc is the only one with the glasses. His bossy attitude, along with those glasses, makes him the natural chief.
3. Dopey: He is like the little kid of the group. You can recognize him by his quietness as well as the affectionate bond he shares with Snow White. Eddie Collins voiced him in the movie. He is easily noticeable among the seven dwarves as he is the bald one wearing a purple hat and his oversized tunic.
4. Grumpy: Staying true to his name, Grumpy has major temperament issues. He is always complaining or arguing and is never up for anything. He is always at loggerheads with Doc, and his angry face makes him distinct. If you see a stubborn faced dwarf in a red tunic, you’d know he is the one. He is voiced by Pinto Colvig in the film.
5. Happy: As the name suggests, Happy is completely opposite of Grumpy. You will never see him without his endearing smile and a joyous mood. Happy is voiced by Otis Harlan in the movie. This dwarf, with his broad smile and puffy stature, is very easy to recognize on the screen.
6. Sleepy: Of course, Sleepy loves his sleep! No matter what time of the day is, this dwarf is always up for a nap, and once he gets drowsy, nothing in the world can stop him from snoring. Not just Grumpy, Pinto Colvig voices Sleepy as well. His droopy eyelids and the tired look is enough to tell you which one of the lots is Sleepy.
7. Sneezy: No, it’s not COVID! He is the one dealing with flu and cold all the time. It’s best to keep your distance away from him if you don’t want to fall sick. He just cannot control his sneezes. Also, the sneezes are timed at the worst moments. Billy Gilbert voiced him in the movie.
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Do you recall who went by the false name “Carlos Danger”?
Disgraced politicians come in all shapes and sizes. No matter what their political affiliation, this list of corrupt Democrats provides a sampling of how far leftists will go.
🔹Former Fall River Democrat Mayor Jasiel Correia has been sentenced after being convicted in May of defrauding investors in a smartphone app company and extorting money from local marijuana businesses.
U.S. District Judge Douglas Woodlock in Boston, Massachusetts, ordered him to be incarcerated for engaging in “reprehensible corruption of a type that is incomprehensibly crude.”
🔹Mayor of Hubbard, Ohio, Richard Keenan, was given a life sentence in jail for raping a 4-year-old girl.
🔹Democratic Arizona state Sen. Tony Navarrete was arrested by Phoenix Police on charges of engaging in sexual conduct with a male minor.
🔹Democratic Former Mayor of Winston, Oregeon, Kenneth Barrett, was arrested for setting up a meeting to have sex with a 14-year-old girl who turned out to be a police officer.
🔹Democratic Former Mayor of Randolph, Nebraska, Dwayne L. Schutt, was arrested and charged with four counts of felony third-degree sexual assault of a child and one count of intentional child abuse.
🔹Bob Filner was forced to resign as Mayor of San Diego after numerous sexual harassment allegations were made against him.
🔹Democratic Former Mayor of Dawson, Georgia, Christopher Wright, was indicted on the charges of aggravated child molestation, aggravated sodomy, rape, child molestation and statutory rape of an 11-year-old boy and a 12-year-old girl.
🔹Democratic Former Mayor of Stockton, California, Anthony Silva, was charged with providing alcohol to young adults during a game of strip poker that included a 16-year-old boy at a camp for underprivileged children run by the mayor.
🔹Democratic Former Mayor of Millbrook, New York, Donald Briggs, was arrested and charged with inappropriate sexual contact with a person younger than 17.
🔹California state Senator Tony Mendoza was accused of sexual harassment by three women, including inviting a young female staffer to his Sacramento residence for sexual activity.
🔹Democratic party leader for Victoria County, Texas, Stephen Jabbour, plead guilty to possession and receiving over half a million child pornographic images.
🔹Oregon Democratic activist, gay activist and fundraiser, Terrence Bean, was arrested and charged of sodomy and sex abuse in a case involving a 15-year-old boy. The victim was originally afraid to testify, but did so two years later.
🔹Democratic Party Chairman for Davidson County, Tennessee, Rodney Mullin, resigned amid child pornography allegations.
🔹Democratic activist, Andrew Douglas Reed, pleaded guilty to a multiple counts of 2nd-degree sexual exploitation of a minor for producing child pornography. Democrat Judge Robert Lewis gave him 10 months in jail.
🔹Democratic official from Terre Haute, Indiana, David Roberts was sentenced to federal prison for producing and possessing child pornography including placing hidden cameras in the bedrooms and bathrooms at a home he shared with two minor female victims.
🔹Jacob Schwartz, president of the Manhattan Young Democrats was arrested for child pornography with over 3,000 sexual activity images on his City of New York office computer of children 6 months to 16 years old
🔹Raul Bocanegra majority whip of the California State Assembly was forced to resign following sexual harassment allegations made by six women.
🔹Anthony Weiner was caught sexting another woman in August, and with a 15-year-old girl in September, 2016. In 2017, Weiner was charged with transferring obscene material to a minor. Then he posted a Twitter photo to a. 21-year-old college student in Seattle. While running for New York Mayor, he was still sexting with 20-something females under the pseudonym Carlos Danger.
There are 16 Personalities based on the idea proposed and developed by Isabel Briggs Myers and her mother Katherine Briggs around 1960.
They developed this 16 personality type indicator on the theory introduced by Swiss psychiatrist Carl G. Jung.
This test was originally published in 1962, and since then being used to identify the career preferences.
We provide a link to discover your personality. First check these out and guess which personality is yours.
16 personalities letters mean the dominant domain in the personality of the person, e.g. E for Extrovert, I for Introvert, N for Intuitive, S for Sensing, F for feeling, T for thinking, J for judging, and P for perceiving.
The rarest personality type of MBTI is INFJ.
Here are the 16 Types of Personality.
The Inspector ISTJ Personality
From the outset, ISTJs are scaring. They seem genuine, formal, and appropriate. They additionally love conventions and outdated qualities that maintain persistence, challenging work, respect, and social and social obligation. They are saved, quiet, calm, and upstanding. These qualities result from the blend of I, S, T, and J, a personality type that is frequently misjudged.
The Counselor INFJ Personality
INFJs are visionaries and dreamers who overflow innovative, creative minds and splendid thoughts. They have an alternate, and usually increasingly significant, perspective on the world. They have a substance and profundity in the manner they think, never taking anything at surface level or tolerating things how they are. Others may some of the time see them as bizarre or exciting because of their distinctive point of view.
INTJs, as contemplative people, hush up, saved, and happy with being distant from everyone else. They are generally independent and would prefer to work alone than in a gathering. Mingling channels a contemplative person’s vitality, making them have to energize. INTJs are keen on thoughts and hypotheses. While watching the world, they are continually addressing why things happen how they do. They exceed expectations at creating plans and systems and don’t care for vulnerability.
The Giver ENFJ Personality
ENFJs are individuals centered, people. They are outgoing, optimistic, appealing, straightforward, profoundly principled and moral, and for the most part, realize how to interface with others regardless of their experience or personality. Mostly depending on instinct and emotions, they will, in general, live in their creative mind as opposed to in reality. Rather than concentrating on living in the ‘now’ and what is right now occurring, ENFJs will, in general, focus on the conceptual and what might happen later on.
The Craftsman ISTP Personality
ISTPs are baffling individuals who are typically extraordinarily informed and intelligent, yet besides very unconstrained and excited. Their personality attributes are less effectively conspicuous than those of different sorts, and even individuals who realize them well can’t generally foresee their responses. Where it counts, ISTPs are unconstrained, erratic people; however, they conceal those personality state statistics from the outside world, regularly effectively.
The Provider ESFJ Personality
ESFJs are the cliché social butterflies. They are extroverts, and their need to interface with others and satisfy individuals, for the most part, winds up, making them well known. The ESFJ typically will, in general, be the team promoter or sports saint in secondary school and school. Later on throughout everyday life, they keep on delighting in the spotlight and are fundamentally centered around arranging get-togethers for their families, companions, and networks. ESFJ is a typical personality type and one that is loved by numerous individuals.
The Idealist INFP Personality
INFPs, as most self observers, are peaceful and held. They favour not to discuss themselves, particularly in the first experience with another individual. They like investing energy alone in calm spots where they can comprehend what’s going on around them. They love dissecting signs and images and believe them to be illustrations that have further implications identified with life. They are lost in their creative mind and fantasies, consistently suffocated in the profundity of their considerations, dreams, and thoughts.
The Performer ESFP Personality
ESFPs have an Extraverted, Observant, Feeling, and Perceiving personality, and are generally observed as Entertainers. Destined to be before others and to catch the stage, ESFPs love the spotlight. ESFPs are attentive travelers who enjoy learning and sharing what they realize with others. ESFPs are ‘individuals’ with solid relational abilities. They are enthusiastic and fun and appreciate being the focal point of consideration. They are warm, liberal, and amicable, thoughtful, and worried about others’ prosperity.
The Champion ENFP Personality
ENFPs have an Extraverted, Intuitive, Feeling, and Perceiving personality. This personality type is a profoundly individual statistic, and Champions endeavor toward making their techniques, looks, activities, propensities, and thoughts they don’t care for cutout individuals and loathe when they are compelled to live inside a crate. They like to be around others and have a stable instinctive nature concerning themselves as well as other people. They work from their sentiments more often than not, and they are exceptionally discerning and mindful.
The Doer ESTP Personality
ESTPs have an Extraverted, Sensing, Thinking, and Perceptive personality. ESTPs are represented by the requirement for social cooperation, sentiments and feelings, sensible procedures, and thinking, alongside a need for opportunity. Hypothesis and digests don’t keep ESTP’s intrigued for long. ESTPs jump before they look, fixing their errors as they go, as opposed to sitting inert or getting ready emergency courses of action.
The Supervisor ESTJ Personality
ESTJs are sorted out, legitimate, committed, honorable, customary, and are extraordinary devotees of doing what they accept as correct and socially adequate. Although the ways towards ‘great’ and ‘right’ are troublesome, they are happy to have their spot as the pioneers of the pack. They are the embodiment of a good populace. Individuals look to ESTJs for direction and advice, and ESTJs are always upbeat that they are drawn closer for help.
The Commander ENTJ Personality
An ENTJ’s essential method of living spotlights on outer perspectives, and everything is managed sanely and consistently. Their free way of activity is inward, where instinct and thinking produce results. ENTJs are personality statistic conceived pioneers among the 16 personality types and like being in control. They live in a universe of conceivable outcomes, and they regularly consider difficulties to be obstructions as incredible chances to propel themselves. They appear to have a personality statistic present for the initiative, deciding, and finding alternatives and thoughts rapidly yet cautiously. They are ‘assume responsibility’ individuals who don’t prefer to sit still.
INTPs are outstanding for their splendid hypotheses and unwavering rationale, which bodes well since they are ostensibly the most intelligent disapproved of all the personality types. They love designs, have a sharp eye for getting on errors, and a decent capacity to understand individuals, making it an impractical notion to mislead an INTP. Individuals of this personality type aren’t keen on commonsense, everyday exercises, and upkeep, however, when they discover a domain where their innovative virtuoso and potential can be communicated, there is no restriction to the time, and vitality INTPs will consume in building up a perceptive and fair-minded arrangement.
The Nurturer ISFJ Personality
ISFJs are humanitarians, and they are always prepared to give back and return liberality with considerably higher generosity. The individuals and things they put stock in will be maintained and upheld with energy and unselfishness. ISFJs are warm and kind-hearted. They esteem agreement and collaboration and are probably going to be extremely delicate to others’ emotions. Individuals appreciate the ISFJ for their thought and mindfulness, and their capacity to draw out the best in others.
The Visionary ENTP Personality
Those with the ENTP personality are the absolute rarest on the planet, which is totally reasonable. Although they are outgoing individuals, they hate casual chitchat. They may not flourish in numerous social circumstances, particularly those that include individuals who are excessively not the same as the ENTP. ENTPs are keen and proficient should be continually intellectually animated. They can talk about speculations and realities in full detail. They are intelligent, reasonable, and objective in their way of dealing with data and contentions.
The Composer ISFP Personality
ISFPs are thoughtful people that don’t appear loners. It is because regardless of whether they experience issues associating with others from the start, they become warm, agreeable, and amicable inevitably. They are amusing to be with and exceptionally unconstrained, which makes them the ideal companion to follow along in whatever movement, notwithstanding, whenever arranged or spontaneous. ISFPs need to carry on with their life without limit and grasp the present, so they ensure they are always out to investigate new things and find new encounters. It is in an experience that they discover astuteness, so they do see more an incentive in meeting unique individuals than different self observers.