• A little girl was walking down a bushy path from a ground where she had been playing ‘Public Van, Public Van’ with other children. She unexpectedly came across an old rattlesnake. The snake asked, “Please, little girl, can you take me to the top of the mountain so that I can see the sunset one last moment before I join my ancestors?” The little girl answered, “No Rattlesnake. If I pick you up you will bite me and I will join my ancestors before you do.”

  • A story is told of two fellows, Lone Ranger and Tonto, who went camping in the desert together. After eating and having refreshments they got their tent all set up and fell sound asleep.
    Some hours later into the night, Tonto wakes The Lone Ranger and says, “Kemo Sabi, look towards sky, what you see?”
    The Lone Ranger replied, “I see millions of stars.”
    “What that tell you?” asked Tonto.
    The Lone Ranger pondered for a moment, then said

  • The Ancient Greeks were men of no mean repute. They were athletic, intellectual, philosophical, poetical and Democratic. Their legends and mythologies were not average either. Stories surrounding the Ancient Greece have provided rich, tastier and luscious fodder for Hollywood script writers. Some of the most perceptible characters created by Hollywood include Heracles, Jason, Medusa and many more. Real millions of dollars have been minted from these mythical personalities.

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