Happy April Fools!!! – Prank Calls from Eminem, Dave Chappelle & Seth MacFarlane

Jim Florentine & Eminem: Bobby Fletcher Makes a Reservation (Crank Yankers)

Dave Chappelle calls a Bed and Breakfast for the Wu-Tang Clan

Seth MacFarlane calls a Gay Bar

The Truth Hurts – There are always going to be Stupid People

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Happy Motivation Monday – Just reminder: You can be Great! All you gotta do is Try…

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Weekend Inspiration – Jim Carrey’s Secret of Life – Inspiring Message

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Money on my Mind – Seperate yourself from Mediocrity

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Motivation Monday – BLW Fans ask & you will receive (What the guys do, women can do it better!!!)

17 year old-girl performing movements most guys can’t do

Motivation Monday – Are you Driven?

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Happy National Water Day!!! – Save Water because California is in a Drought (Check out the Pictures)

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World Water Day is marked on 22 March every year. It’s a day to celebrate water. It’s a day to make a difference for the members of the global population who suffer from water related issues. It’s a day to prepare for how we manage water in the future. In 1993, the United Nations General Assembly designated 22 March as the first World Water Day. 22 years later, World Water Day is celebrated around the world every year, shining the spotlight on a different issue.

HOW SERIOUS IS CALIFORNIA DROUGHT? CHECK OUT THESE BEFORE AND AFTER PICTURES, TAKEN ONLY THREE YEARS APART.

Before: Here, the Green Bridge passes over Lake Oroville near the Bidwell Marina in 2011. Notice the trees and shrubs that grow right against the man-made lake’s edge
After: Fast forward to 2014 and even the massive pillars holding up the bridge can be completely seen at the lakes edge, where a wide swath of parched dirt spans between what’s left of the water and the tree line
Before: The marina at Oroville Lake, here in 2011, is the picture of serenity. Recent serious storms in Northern and Southern California have helped give the state a very small reprieve during the 3-year drought, but the effects have been described as a ‘drop in the bucket’
After: Much of what was once an engorged reservoir is now gone at Oroville. Shockingly, only a handful of Central Coast dams have fallen below the historically low 1977 levels
Before: Here, the Enterprise Bridge spans the Lake Oroville in Butte County, California in July 2011.
After: Here, the Enterprise Bridge spans the same reservoir, which has dwindled to a mere trickle in 2014 as California is forced to draw alarming amounts of water from its vanishing reservoirs