Today’s post is about the importance of teamwork – which brings me, quite obviously, to the subject of grenade fishing.
These guys didn’t quite manage much teamwork here. I know I should feel sorry for them. Is it very wrong of me that I don’t?
More on teamwork later. On a more heart-warming note, let’s look at why one woman loves the man in her life. I really like it that he doesn’t mind her teaching their kids to jump out of a moving van. Find it here at One Stray Sock From Insanity.
Here’s the top 8 most disgusting foods you must try when visiting China. I must confess I haven’t tried any of these. Worst I’ve ever had was boiled chicken’s feet. They taste as good as they sound.
But my niece has tried balut on a recent visit to the Philippines. As she’s the kind of young woman who screams when her mascara runs I thought this incredibly brave of her.
I really liked this post from Nigel Blackwell. It’s a fantastic story about staying focused. I think we could all learn something from it.
And I loved this, too – it’s a post from a few weeks ago from Marcia Richards: What Creative Entrepreneurs can learn from Bette Davis. Wonderful stuff.
Here we have 34 adverts that would be totally banned today. It makes you appreciate how far we’ve come – except, what were we doing there in the first place??
What ads do you hope will be banned fifty years from now?
And here’s this story I found I don’t know quite what to make of: the 85 year olds who got remarried 48 years after they got a divorce.
I don’t know: do you think it will last?
Finally, back to teamwork. Here’s a great example of it, from the brilliant Jim Tavare:
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