Who said it? (June 16th)

Can you guess the famous person who said the following quotes? Leave your guesses in the comments. The correct answers will be revealed in the comments late Sunday night or Monday.


There isn’t a person anywhere who isn’t capable of doing more than he thinks he can.

A. Henry Ford

B. Mark Twain

C. Abraham Lincoln


Courage is going from failure to failure without losing enthusiasm.

A. Cary Grant

B.Winston Churchill

C. Henry Ford


Most folks are about as happy as they make their minds up to be.

A. Will Rogers

B. Mark Twain

C. Abraham Lincoln


When it is obvious that the goals cannot be reached, don’t adjust the goals, adjust the action steps.

A. Confucius

B. Winston Churchill

C. Robert E. Lee


You must do the thing you think you cannot do.

A. Harold Lloyd

B. Confucius

C. Eleanor Roosevelt


Good luck!

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Is it Probable? (June 10th)

Here is tonight’s new conspiracy theory:


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A secret government agency, possibly acting without orders is systematically searching the internet for any blog talking about conspiracy theories and sabotaging the blog stats to deter the blogger from continuing to post conspiracy theories.


Is this conspiracy theory probable? Let me know your thoughts in the comments below.

Who said it? (June 9th)

Can you guess the famous person who said the following baseball quotes? Leave your guesses in the comments. The correct answers will be revealed in the comments late Sunday night or Monday.


Any minute, any day,
some players may break
a long standing record.
That’s one of the fascinations
about the game,
the unexpected surprises.

A: Cornelius McGillicuddy, Sr

B: Babe Ruth

C: Yogi Berra


Poets are
like baseball pitchers.
Both have their moments.
The intervals are the tough things.

A: Mark Twain
B: Robert Lee Frost

C: William Taft


Now there’s three things
you can do
in a baseball game:
You can win
or you can lose
or it can rain.

A: Roger Morris

B: Ted Williams
C: Charles Dillon “Casey” Stengel


If it wasn’t for baseball,
I’d be in either
the penitentiary
or the cemetery.

A: Babe Ruth

B: James Cagney

C: Mickey Mantle


There are only two seasons:
winter and Baseball.

A: Ted Williams

B: Babe Ruth

C: William Louis “Bill” Veeck, Jr.


Baseball is like a poker game.
Nobody wants to quit
when he’s losing;
nobody wants you to quit
when you’re ahead.

A: Jackie Robinson

B: Mark Twain

C: Pete Rose


I hope you enjoyed these quotes, with any luck you’ll hit the answers out of the ballpark! So sit back, ponder the quotes while you root for the home team, don’t forget it’s a shame if they lose!

Thanks for reading my blog.

Funny or odd? (June 8th)

Here’s tonight’s Funny or odd, I hope you enjoy it:


If you were to float leisurely down a stream filled with molasses, you’d be as slow as molasses.


If A man named Chip was eating a bag of potato chips and broke one, would you say that Chip chipped the chip?

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So what do you think? Funny or odd? Let me know your opinion in the comments below.

Is it plausible? June 3rd

Is this conspiracy theory plausible? What do you think?


Rumor has it that a rogue comet is attempting to align itself with a rouge middle eastern state in an attempt to force the International Astronomical Union to recognize it as a planet instead of just a comet. Furthermore, high level officials have been reportedly saying (under the condition of autonomy of course) that such an act won’t be tolerated and a line in the sand has been drawn.


Now it’s your turn, is it plausible?

Who said it? (June 2nd)

Can you guess the famous person who said the following quotes? Leave your guesses in the comments. The correct answers will be revealed in the comments late Sunday night or Monday.


“A fool thinks himself to be wise, but a wise man knows himself to be a fool.”

1. William Shakespeare

2. Abraham Lincoln

3.John Paul Jones


“Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I’m not sure about the former.”

1. Mark Twain

2. Albert Einstein

3. Will Rogers


“Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to reform (or pause and reflect).”

1. Theodore Rosevelt

2. William Taft

3. Mark Twain


Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom.”

1. Gandhi

2. Aristotle

3. Yogi Berra


“The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing.”

1. Plato

2. Aristotle

3. Socrates


I hope you enjoyed these quotes, there are more than normal since I missed this post last weekend. Good luck and have fun!

Is it plausible? (May 27th)

Is this conspiracy theory plausible? Let me know what you think in the comments!


A group of senators are working on a plan to send commandos into South Korea to steal the secret recipe for a famous chef’s Kimchi, which they will in turn sell on the black market to finance a franchise of taco restaurants to help pay for their reelections.


I have recently been informed that a secret group of cats have been employing a number of mad scientists in order to create a giant mouse, which the cats plan to use to conquer the world, it is rumored that the mad scientists are in the process of crossing a mouse with a moose, however my informant admits it might be a mousse that the mouse is being crossed with instead.


It’s double theories for you tonight, I hope you enjoyed them! Let me know your thoughts in the comments below.

Funny or odd? (May 25th)

Are these funny or just odd? It’s a holiday weekend, so you get two to ponder. Let me know your thoughts in the comments.


Rumor has it that a famous chef is trying to start a new restaurant chain that will only sell food that Egyptian Pharos would have eaten, further rumors say that the chef is seeking to build specially designed buildings to house the restaurants, some say that the whole thing is nothing but a pyramid scheme.


If a small asteroid were to hit a cattle ranch, could you say that the meteor got meatier?


Now it’s your turn, were these funny or just odd? Thanks for reading and commenting.

Is it Plausible? May 20st

Does this sound plausible? Let me know in the comments.


A Romanian army unit has been created that uses cabbage rolls as ammunition instead of bullets, the idea is that all they have to do is get their enemies hooked on their food and they will never lose a battle.

There are rumors that a delivery system for soups and sausages is in the works.


Is this even slightly plausible? I hoped you enjoyed tonight’s conspiracy theory!