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Wednesday, July 17, 2013

"Conversation with God..." Chester "Unc" Lau' (Source)

Dakinetalks favorite Uncle (Chester Lau)
Unc talks  about  two of  his favorite subjects, God and money!
"Unc" is a retired cinematographer currently living 
on the Hawai'ian Island of Oahu & giving the politicians a bad time...


A Jewish man prays at the Wailing  wall in Jerusalem
The Western Wall, Wailing Wall or Kotel is located in the Old City of Jerusalem at the foot of the western side of the Temple Mount.


Conversation with God

Man: God? 
God: Yes? 
Man: Can I ask you something? 
God: Of course! 
Man: What's a million years to you? 
God: A second. 
Man: And a million dollars? 
God: A penny. 
Man: God, can I have a penny?   
God: Yes, please wait a second.  

P.S.
A meme from Facebook has created a lot of controversy  The Boston Marathon Bomber on the cover of the Rolling Stone. What's your opinion?


Hana Hou, (Encore) Shared From Facebook...





6 comments:

KimoRosen said...

Commments from Rolling Stone cover, copied from my Facebook wall;

James Kimo Rosen Disgusting, this is a pop music magazine. I suppose the next issues will feature, Hitler, Lee Harvey Oswald and the gunman of Columbine and Sandyhook?
5 hours ago · Unlike · 1

Dave Reardon I hate to say this, but he looks like the younger Dylan or Springsteen.
5 hours ago · Unlike · 1

Christina Sanchez They want to SELL MAGAZINES, they know people will be outraged I'm not surprised at all, do I condone it, no.
5 hours ago · Unlike · 1

Cindy Anderson Hear! Hear! I gave up on Rolling Stone years ago..
5 hours ago · Unlike · 1

Steve Murray · Friends with Fred Matthews and 4 others
I don't understand the anger over this issue. RS is using this person to discuss something very important, how does someone turn into a terrorist? Knowledge is never bad. As far as a a music mag tackling such a subject, that's what RS does.
4 hours ago · Like · 2

Harmony Bentosino It is a very important subject to study from a psycho social view point how this sort of thing happens.
4 hours ago · Unlike · 1

Michael Herr Excitement, we crave excitement. And we don't always care about the morality behind it.
4 hours ago · Unlike · 2

Diana LaRussa I think the content of the article matters. No one complained a few months ago when his face was plastered over every printed surface. The cover is appropriate to the article and, gauging by the response it is receiving, is serving it's purpose. I'm more concerned about the content of the article. I don't buy magazines because I like the cover photo. I buy magazines because of the articles that catch my eye.
about an hour ago · Like

James Kimo Rosen Diana said, " I buy magazines because of the articles that catch my eye." That's what men say when their wife's ask them why they buy porn magazines. ;D) for the articles? Covers sell, believe me!
15 minutes ago · Like

KimoRosen said...

more comments about cover of the Rolling Stone;


Steven M Eayrs

I agree. Very bad taste. Might be a little more appropriate if they at least used a less cleaned up picture. Something taken right after they picked him up, and looking a little more like the cowardly bloody little terrorist. All this does is encourage some other sick little worm to try something similar for notoriety. Very irresponsible.


James Kimo Rosen Steve, I agree. when I first saw the cover I thought it was a young Bob Dylan.

KimoRosen said...

More commments about the cover of the Rolling Stone!

Deborah Morel- Why would any magazine do such a thing--plaster a cold blooded killer (terrorist) on the front page of its publication, this psychopath posed like a model for Abercrombie and Fitch? $$$, that's why. It is despicable. It would be worthwhile if sales of Rolling Stone Magazine sales plummet world wide.


Diana LaRussa unless you have opinions from both sides of the discussion, you have no discussion, just a rant. IMO


James Kimo Rosen Deborah, I agree...

Facebook Likes said...

More comments on R.S cover;



Charlie Ellis · Friends with Dave Reardon
If you don't like the cover, feel free not to buy it.


Brian VanderBeek · Friends with Dave Reardon
Charlie's right. You don't have to buy the magazine. RS never has been just a rock and roll mag. In June, 1970, RS had a cover story on Charles Manson.


Steve Murray · Friends with Chris Hart and 4 others
If the article tries to explain how a normal kid turns into a terrorist, then the "before" image is fitting. To use an "after" photo suggests why did this wack job become a wack job?

Ronald "Martini" Ostroff said...

That guy needs a cell phone to pray? Who is listening? Dial a prayer?

KimoRosen said...

Amen Martini! ;D)