Sometimes, don’t you just wish you were a part of the Daughters of the American Revolution society (DAR)? What is DAR you ask? It’s an exclusive club, but the most important qualification is that you have to be a descendent of someone “who aided in achieving American independence.” Ya, that pretty much narrows down the application process. Here are the rest of the qualifications to be a part of DAR.
In an effort to regain my health, I have decided to cure myself with humor. Besides, they say there is no real medicinal cure for the common cold. And yes, I just youtube’d “people laughing at other people laughing.”
One of my favorite shows was the Flight of the Conchords (FOTC), which featured a folk band FOTC on a quest to become famous, or at least get a gig. The comedy show featured Bret and Jermaine, which were also their real-life names, who were recent immigrants from New Zealand to New York City. Bret and Jermaine’s manager, Murray, also works in the New Zealand consulate. Every episode, when the band has a band meeting in Murray’s office, a new, promotional poster is on his wall. Here are some of them:
1. New Zealand…ROCKS!!!
2. New Zealand: Why not?
3. New Zealand. Like Lord of the Rings.
4. New Zealand: Don’t Expect too much. You Will Love it.
5. New Zealand, Take your Mum
6. New Zealand – Cool!