A special group of Christians has tried ...

by Rudolf Faix Monday, November 2, 2015 1:00 PM

A special group of Christians has tried to enter in the truest sense of the word in the footsteps of the founder of their religion. Day by day the group, based in Los Angeles, undertook ever greater efforts to emulate her idol, by trying to learn the art of "walking on water". Christians have continued their unorthodox practices until their leader one day unexpectedly died during training in his bathtub.

His wife testified that her husband had spent many hours perfecting his running technique, without however so far have mastered the task. Obviously, he drowned after he slipped on a bar of soap.


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Church | People

A luxury cruise ship crashed ...

by Rudolf Faix Monday, November 2, 2015 5:00 AM

A luxury cruise ship crashed, but the rescue boats are not enough. Everyone gets a life jacket and needs to jump, but no one dares.

The crew is desperate. Finally, the captain is called. He goes to the group that scary standing at the railing and is talking to them. One after another jumps into the water.
When all the passengers are disembarked, the first officer asks the Captain, how he has been able to persuade the people?

"Well quite simply" thinks of.

"For the Germans I said, it is a command. To the French, it would be patriotic. The Japanese I promised that jumping would be good for the potency. And to the Italians I said, to jump is strictly prohibited."


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Tourist guiding in Bern

by Rudolf Faix Monday, November 2, 2015 3:00 AM

Tourist guiding in Bern: an American constantly nag that in his home country everything is higher, wider, longer and more beautiful.

"The Empire State Building was built in three weeks", he prides himself and finally, points to the Berner Muenster, and asks: "How long has been the construction here?"

The guide listened too long, but now he bursts the collar. "Yikes", he disintegrates astonished eyes, "that wasn't there yesterday!"


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People | Swiss

An unemployed person is applying as a cleaning man at Microsoft ...

by Rudolf Faix Thursday, October 29, 2015 8:31 AM

An unemployed person is applying as a cleaning man at Microsoft.

The boss invites him for an interview and an aptitude test (wipe the floor).
Finally he tells him: "You're hired. Give me your E-Mail and I will send you a form to the complete and tell you when and where you should register on the first day."
The unemployed, totally desperate, responds that he had no computer and has no email.
The chef tells him that if he has no email, he virtually doesn't exist and cannot get the job.

Desperate, the man goes. He no longer knows what to do and has only 10 US$ in his pocket. He decides to buy in the supermarket a box of 10 kilo tomatoes. He sold the tomatoes in less than 2 hours individually for twice of the price. He repeated this twice and returned with US$ 80 home.

So he recognizes that he could make his life in this manner. Every day he gets up earlier and comes back home, and multiplied his money.

He buys a cart a little bit later, then swap it for a van and a little later against a fleet of vans.
After a few years, the man is the owner of one of the largest vegetable distributors in the United States.

So he's thinking about the future of his family and decides to take out a life insurance policy. He gets a consultant, choose an insurance plan, and when the call is ended, the advisor address requesting the email to send the request to the man.

The man responds to the consultant that he possessed no email.
"Strangely", the counsultant tells him, "You have no email and did it anyway, to build such an empire. Imagine, you were what today, if you have an email!"
The man thought, and replied: "I would be a cleaning guy at Microsoft!"

Moral of the story:

  • Internet does not regulate your life.
  • If you are cleaning guy at Microsoft, email make friends.
  • If you have no E-Mail and work hard, you can become a millionaire.
  • If you got this story by E-Mail you are closer to become to be a cleaning staff than millionaire ...


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Complains Bill Gates at the psychiatrist ...

by Rudolf Faix Thursday, October 29, 2015 7:41 AM

Complains Bill Gates at the psychiatrist: "Doc, I think that I get slowly paranoid I think all people are hating me."

"Bill, that can not be. It may not even know you each one."


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The US Postal Service has recognized the merits of Bill Gates

by Rudolf Faix Monday, October 26, 2015 5:42 AM

The US Postal Service has recognized the merits of Bill Gates. His face now adorns a stamp.

In daily use, however, showed that this stamp is not kept on the letters.

The commission of inquiry set up after a few months came to the following conclusion:

  1. The stamp is entirely correct.
  2. The adhesive is also not objectionable.
  3. The customer just spit on the wrong side ...


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