Day with a Difference – 15-May-12

Quote of the day

If your ship doesn’t come in, swim out to it. – Jonathan Winters

Thought of the day

One day a young lady was driving along with her father. They came upon a storm and the young lady asked her father, "What should I do?" Father said, "Keep driving." Cars began to pull over to the side, the storm was getting worse. "What should I do?" The young lady asked? "Keep driving," her father replied.On up a few feet, she noticed that eighteen wheelers were also pulling over. She told her father, "I must pull over, I can barely see ahead. It is terrible and everyone is pulling over!" Her father told her, "Don’t give up, just keep driving!" Now the storm was terrible, but she never stopped driving and soon she could see a little more clearly. After a couple of miles she was again on dry land and the sun came out. Her father said, "Now you can pull over and get out." Young Lady said, "But why now?" Father said, "When you get out, look back at all the people that gave up and are still in the storm, because you never gave up your storm is now over." This is a testimony for anyone who is going through "hard times." Just because everyone else, even the strongest, gives up. You don’t have to … if you keep going, soon your storm will be over and the Sun will shine upon your face again.

Joke of the day

Worst translations:
Pepsi’s "Come Alive With the Pepsi Generation" translated into "Pepsi Brings Your Ancestors Back From the Grave" in Chinese.
General Motors had a very famous fiasco in trying to market the Nova car in Central and South America. "No va" in Spanish means, "It Doesn’t Go".

Have a great day!


Day with a Difference – 15-May-12

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