seeking advice .....

… doesn’t matter what it’s about .

Your advice is as good as the next , especially if you think so …

I know , I know … insults for making this post are possible , maybe even probable , but humor or worth would be much more pleasant and interesting .

My advice is , don’t take yourself too seriously , that’s someone elses job .

Bury orange peels (NM)

Do Unto Others
as you would have others do unto you.

I know it’s not Facebook, but if it had a “like” button, I’d “like” this post.

the best advice
1. The smart workman always blames the tools for any failure – after all, the tools don’t care.

2. The finest boat on earth is the one you are sitting in.

3. Never sleep with anyone crazier than yourself.

4. Anything is edible if it’s covered with chocolate or parmesan cheese (or washed down with Guinness).

5. If a man states an opinion in the woods and there are no women around to hear it, he’s still wrong.

6. Sticking a bar of soap under your mattress will cure rheumatism.

7. Never take lists of “the best” of anything seriously.

Good advice
If at first you don’t succeed, destroy all evidence that you tried.

If everything is coming your way, you’re in the wrong lane.

Ambition is a poor excuse for not having enough sense to be lazy.

If you can’t repair your brakes, get a louder horn.

The sooner you fall behind, the more time you’ll have to catch up.

If you must choose between two evils, choose the one you’ve never tried.

Plan to be spontaneous tomorrow.

(quoted or paraphrased from my favorite luminary, Steven Wright)


Did Steven Wright ever find…
his missing button hole?

Did he ever figure out what to add to dehydrated water to reconstitute it?

Beware the helplessness of the “chronic victim”.

Some people typically get out of handling their own responsiblities in difficult situations, (in which they would otherwise have to take care of themselves)by acting helpless and weak in order to invite others to help them. If the other person does not respond, they are accused of being cruel and unfeeling.

But should they arrogantly take on the role of caretaker, then the helpless one will soon hold them in contempt, and what is offered will never be good enough for the victim. In the long run, the caretaker is made to feel helpless. Finally, the chronic victim is in the power position.

Do it, or don’t do it. Either way,
you’ll regret it. —Soren Kierkegaard, Either, Or.

What other people
say behind your back, is non of your business.

Get a prenup.

If you can’t improve upon the silence…
…don’t say anything.

If it ain’t broke
don’t fix it.

Free advice
is worth every penny.

My favorite bumper sticker
When in trouble,

When in doubt,

Run in circles,

Scream & shout.

is the spice of life.

What I’ve learned from Pnet
Buy as many boats as you have space for. One boat is never enough.

Don’t waste time or money on products to prolong the life span of any kayak. Use them for the type of paddling they are designed for and replace them as needed.

Don’t buy high end products without a long track record to back them up.

Place little to no value on reviews.

1)If you can’t say something nice about
somebody, don’t say anything at all. (If you’re a person of faith, pray for them instead. It might help and you may gain insight as to what makes them tick.)

2)Learn to listen more. Sometimes that’s all others need.