For a quick laugh…

Teacher: “Nick, what is the past participle of the verb to ring?”

Nick: “What do you think it is?”

Teacher: “I don’t think, I KNOW!”

Nick: “I don’t think I know, either!”


Teacher: Tell me a sentence that starts with an “I”.

Student: I is the…

Teacher: Stop! Never put ‘is’ after an “I”. Always put ‘am’ after an “I”.

Student: OK. I am the ninth letter of the alphabet.


Two cows are standing in a field.

One says to the other “Are you worried about Mad Cow Disease?”

The other one says “No, it doesn’t worry me in the least, I’m a horse…”


Last but not least, try this one on your friends and family (I got a few guffaws out of this one..both my parents fell for it…hehe):


“Spell SPOT three times.”

“S P O T , S P O T , S P O T”

“What do you do when you come to a green light?”

(answer is invariably=) “Stop!”

“What, at a GREEN light?”


Smiley face


  1. Hi Mirgaret,
    You are doing well for this Myeloma WEB site and benefits to all the reader.

    Anyway, I had posted to you regrading my PlasmaCytoma status.
    I’m still in the stable state and no IgA or any IgG found in my blood test. Hmmm, maybe I am a non-sceretary type of Myeloma and even I still no sure about it.

    Again, I’m still on the BarleyGreen, fruit juice and Curcumin for my daily protocol beside of eating a lot of green Veges. Maybe it’s part of the asia people life style that eaten a lot green food everyday. I used to be eating a lot of meat before diagnose Myeloma cancer in 2004 and since then I had started to change my diet to having more on veges compare to meat.
    Anyway, do you heard about the Cesium protocol (high PH protocol) for Myeloma. Hope you can share with me for this treatment protocol.

    Hope all the Myeloma people are doing well .

    Fong Chee Wai
    From Malaysia (ASIA)

  2. Just to add one more thing here before I had forgotten. I am also taken fresh wheat grass juice as well but not everyday because it’s very difficult to plant this type of grass.
    And another green grass that I not sure what the name is?

    Bye… 🙂

  3. Hi, I had heard about cesium chloride, but that’s about it. So I did a quick search and found this writeup:
    I found no scientific proof, not even an “in vitro” study, that cesium might be useful to treat myeloma. So please be careful. If you were to ask my opinion, I would advise against taking it, based on the lack of evidence that it might work and also on the long list of possible side effects.

    I am very happy to read that you are stable!


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