Jesus was a Woodworker
That is funny! Sadly, my dogs, I'm sure, possess neither.
"Individual commitment to a group effort--that is what makes a team work, a company work, a society work, a civilization work."
When Glenn was in high school he took a ceramics course. He made a pot with a lid. In the light the pot was a dark green and a light cream. However, as I found out, in the dark the colors looked black and white. And sure enough the pot was about the size and shape of a skunk sitting up on his/her hind quarters.
I did not realize the color bit until one night I went out to the hot tub only to find out someone had moved Glenn's pot. It was right in the walk-way. I reached down to move it---Then I realized it was a skunk not the pot. I said, "Hi skunky, how are you?" I did this in a nice soft VERY friendly voice as I slowly retracted my hand and very slowly and smoothly backed away.
The skunk just sat there and looked at me as I retreated. I am so glad that I used Patience and Wisdom (for once in my life). I never see that pot I don't remember the incident---and the incident took place many years ago.
Signed, Almost Stinky
Last edited by Jim C Bradley; 03-15-2011 at 10:35 PM. Reason: Add Picture
First of all you have to be smarter than the machine.