Very Moving Civil War Era Letter from Former Slave
In August 1865, Colonel P.H. Anderson of Big Spring, Tennessee wrote to his former slave – Jourdan Anderson – to request that he come back to work for him on his Tennessee farm. Jourdan – now emancipated – had moved to Ohio and found a . . .
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Hold the doughnut aloft and announce, “This is the last one. Does anyone want to split it with me?” Touch as much of the doughnut’s surface area as possible.
Warning… This will work on everyone, except the co-worker that doesn’t give a crap about germs. This person will eat the doughnut out of . . .
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“Sheltering Suburban Mom” Meme
Below we have a collection of 20 of our favorites from the “Sheltering Suburban Mom” meme. Enjoy!
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Read More: → Favorites of Sheltering Suburban Mom Meme (20 Pics)
This amusing commercial was created to plug a dating advice book called 11 Points Guide to Hooking Up. Having read the book, I can assure you that it’s not only hilarious but also filled with practical advice. The commercial was filmed in Virginia, which is also where the film Lincoln is currently being . . .
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Inspiring Acoustic Song Video by Kina Grannis
This video was made using 288,000 Jelly Belly jelly beans! Wow. Very inspiring song with a great deal of graphic artistry in the video!
Kina Grannis is a pop/rock signer and songwriter. Kina began exploring music as a youngster in Mission Viejo, California by singing in front . . .
Read More: → In Your Arms – Kina Grannis (Artistic Video)