Monday, August 18, 2014

The Stuph File Program - Episode #0261

Welcome to the latest edition of the Stuph File Program.

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Saturday, August 16, 2014

What I Learned On The Web This Week - 055

In the 55th edition of What I Learned On The Web This Week, we meet a remorseful dog; a baby who really wants a remote control; and a youngster frees a butterfly.

Enjoy.

Original material for this segment can be found at:

Guilty Dog Apologizes Baby For Stealing Her Toy -- Courtesy: CharlieDaDog

Silly Baby Boy Goes Crazy Over A Remote Control -- Courtesy: Evelyn Terastvatsatrian

Boys Set Their Butterfly Free -- Courtesy: Doug Thompson

That’s the Stuph - the way I see it!

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Photo Phollies #6 - The Angry Lonely Bird

Faux Stories From Real Pictures

Gustav Gull was mournful. It had been awhile, but he was still reeling from the loss of the love of his life, Gretchen. Gretchen and Gustav used to sore great heights together. They met because they hung out at similar spots, and both had the same sense of humour.

Dive bombing outdoor diners at local fast food restaurants gave them hours of joy. Eating discarded fries kept them full. And after eating, high flying target practice on shiny new cars made them squawk with delight, especially when they came across leather-upholstered high end convertibles with the top down.

Messing with the heads of humans, both literally and figuratively, was what attracted Gustav to Gretchen. Her maniacal distaste for mankind was an aphrodisiac to him. Even now, in his rare happy moments, Gustav manages a smile when he remembers the time Gretchen snuck up behind a chubby Boy Scout in a canoe who was eating a giant ice cream sandwich.

She whizzed by his head so fast, ever-so-slightly grazing his ear; that the poor kid jumped three feet in the air. Unfortunately when he landed, he missed the boat entirely and had to be rescued by the Scout Master. Gustav warmly reminisced on how Gretchen almost spit up a worm, laughing so hard at the sight.

But that sense of humour was ultimately Gretchen’s undoing. It was last year, at the annual balloon festival, that Gretchen played her favourite and most dangerous prank. She used to buzz around the head of the balloon pilots, scaring their passengers.

Today Gustav thinks back at the horror of Gretchen’s unfortunate final misstep, when she flew between the gondola and balloon just for kicks, and met her untimely demise, being instantly flame broiled by a fiery blast.

Deep down inside Gustav knows Gretchen’s demise was her own undoing and there was no one else to blame. But still, he seethed with hatred in his grief and vowed one day to plot his revenge on the humans who dared hover in his airspace.

Gustav was a gull with a gripe; the original angry bird. “One day,” he said, “humans will pay. And that’s a promise. It’s not just hot air.”

That’s the Stuph – the way I see it.

Monday, August 11, 2014

The Stuph File Program - Episode #0260

Welcome to the latest edition of the Stuph File Program.

For a program list of the items included and all their accompanying links in this one hour show, you can find the information on my website in the Stuph File Program section, or just follow this link to #0260.


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Featured in this episode:

  • Mike Simmons, president, Astronomers Without Borders
  • Johnny Tzouvelakos, co-owner, Expert Comics
  • Stuart Nulman, Book Banter
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Saturday, August 9, 2014

What I Learned On The Web This Week - 054

In the 54th edition of What I Learned On The Web This Week, we meet a monkey at a drive-thru; a cat looking for some love; and a trumpeter swan going for a bite.

Enjoy.

Original material for this segment can be found at:

Drive Thru Skeleton Driver Prank -- Courtesy: RMagicofRahat

Drive Thru Monkey Driver Prank -- Courtesy: MagicofRahat

Funny Cat Demands Petting -- Courtesy: ienekosan8

Beware The Trumpeter Swan Selfie -- Courtesy: Steven Takata

That’s the Stuph - the way I see it!

Monday, August 4, 2014

The Stuph File Program - Episode #0259

Welcome to the latest edition of the Stuph File Program.

For a program list of the items included and all their accompanying links in this one hour show, you can find the information on my website in the Stuph File Program section, or just follow this link to #0259.



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Friday, August 1, 2014

What I Learned On The Web This Week - 053

In the 53rd edition of What I Learned On The Web This Week, we meet a crowd controlling toddler; a cat picking a fight; and a little girl with a Peter Pan complex for her brother.

Enjoy.

Original material for this segment can be found at:

15 Month Old Controls 500 Boys At Camp Rockmont -- Courtesy: RFamilyPage

Enemy Cat -- Courtesy: karpalo77

Sadie Doesn't Want Her Brother To Grow Up -- Courtesy: Alex Miller

That’s the Stuph - the way I see it!