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Watch Out IsraelFunny Watch Out Israel
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The next time we see this plane may not be good. Anyone taking bets whether the NSA hasn't a clue. For the Chinese, Russians, Syrians, Iran, Palestinians and anyone else that hates the USA and Israel this would be easy were it not for the NSA's ability to monitor all forms of communications. or are they only monitoring me. If this turns out to be a diabolical plot or something and our Spy agencies don't have a clue, then we need to not only end the monitoring but put the jack-asses in jail for only wanting to spy on me and you for political gain.
Very strange case, theories abound. I hope they solve it soon. Maybe there are some survivors... lets hope. If they landed on water, they can survive for some time.


most watched program in historyFunny most watched program in history
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Super Bowl XLVIII was the most watched TV show in U.S. history
The way her hold of Television is cool focus to the News object, and the Subjects on background is original idea. I like it. And summary of all is Money floating all around
Congrats on your first silver trophy with us, Elegary. Here's to many more.
Excellent. Congrats for the silver Elegary.
thank you very much friends. a pleasure to be part of this great community. sorry if sometimes my writing is confusing is that the translator is not as accurate.
congrats on silver
congrats your 1st Silver trophy... ((( Elegary ))))
thank you friends

Santa Gary Busey is WatchingFunny Santa Gary Busey is Watching
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Santa Gary is coming to town. He sees you when you're sleeping, He knows when you're awake, He knows if you've been bad or good, So be good for goodness sake.
Good background and lovely flower effects good one
Hahaha, Gary makes a mad evil Santa for sure.


Watching TVFunny Watching TV
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I like the serenity the subjects find in each others company as their eyes are not memorized by the television programming.
The're not paying attention to the TV because a commercial is on. Great Job.
lots of people keep the tv on just to hear a noise in the house (pity)
Good to see the characters in the LED tv is also artistic good job done
and bronze for luciano too - that's a trifecta. Triple congrats.

Watching Offshore ManoeuvresFunny Watching Offshore Manoeuvres
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The iFob WatchFunny The iFob Watch
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Like the apple powered chain with Jobs pic in it like the idea

WATCHING THE BEANSFunny WATCHING THE BEANS
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Nice use of source.... like the lighting sources for Beans
This one grabbed me. That is so trippy. Gleep vort, take us to you beaner.

Not now, girls, I'm watching TVFunny Not now, girls, I'm watching TV
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Retirement WatchFunny Retirement Watch
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Nice watch.... when it stops you go to New Jersey

Watch Where You Are TextingFunny Watch Where You Are Texting
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The perils of texting .
good one... the third guy trying to clean up the garbage
Thanks for the comments Ariel9, Hitspinner and rajeshstar
Hang till his balls come to mouth
Thank you everyone for your nice comments
Top two best ideas in contest I think Cracked me up. Thanks and congrads on the wood
Hilarious stuff, penaplonk. Congrats on the wood.

Clocks & WatchesFunny Clocks & Watches - Past weekend was the time to reset the clocks again as Daylight Saving Time begins. Each year we lose an hour of sleep as we "Spring Forward" and turn the hands ahead one hour. Daylight Saving Time was instituted in the United States during World War I in order to save energy for war production by taking advantage of the later hours of daylight between April and October. Daylight Savings Time (DST) begins each year at 2:00 a.m. on the second Sunday in March in most of the United States and its territories. However there are some places that have not bought into this campaign: it is not observed in Hawaii, American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands nor the state of Arizona except for the Navajo Indian Reservation, which does observe DST. To celebrate resetting the clocks past weekend, design new clocks and watches (sundials, hourglass are OK too) from other things, or redesign existing clocks and watches (or sundials, hourglass) with some unusual elements.


Clocks & WatchesFunny Clocks & Watches - Past weekend was the time to reset the clocks again as Daylight Saving Time begins. Each year we lose an hour of sleep as we "Spring Forward" and turn the hands ahead one hour. Daylight Saving Time was instituted in the United States during World War I in order to save energy for war production by taking advantage of the later hours of daylight between April and October. Daylight Savings Time (DST) begins each year at 2:00 a.m. on the second Sunday in March in most of the United States and its territories. However there are some places that have not bought into this campaign: it is not observed in Hawaii, American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands nor the state of Arizona except for the Navajo Indian Reservation, which does observe DST. To celebrate resetting the clocks past weekend, design new clocks and watches (sundials, hourglass are OK too) from other things, or redesign existing clocks and watches (or sundials, hourglass) with some unusual elements.

Clocks & WatchesFunny Clocks & Watches - This weekend was time to reset the clocks again as Daylight Saving Time began. We lose an hour of sleep as we "Spring Forward" and turn the hands ahead one hour. Daylight Saving Time was instituted in the United States during World War I in order to save energy for war production by taking advantage of the later hours of daylight between April and October. Daylight Savings Time (DST) begins each year at 2:00 a.m. on the second Sunday in March in most of the United States and its territories. However there are some places that have not bought into this campaign: it is not observed in Hawaii, American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands nor the state of Arizona except for the Navajo Indian Reservation, which does observe DST. To celebrate resetting the clocks past weekend, design new clocks and watches *sundials, hourglass are OK too) from other things, or redesign existing watches and clocks (or sundials, hourglass) with some unusual elements.

Clocks & WatchesFunny Clocks & Watches - This weekend it's time to reset the clocks again as Daylight Saving Time begins. We will lose an hour of sleep as we "Spring Forward" and turn the hands ahead one hour. Daylight Saving Time was instituted in the United States during World War I in order to save energy for war production by taking advantage of the later hours of daylight between April and October. Daylight Savings Time (DST) begins each year at 2:00 a.m. on the second Sunday in March in most of the United States and its territories. However there are some places that have not bought into this campaign: it is not observed in Hawaii, American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands nor the state of Arizona except for the Navajo Indian Reservation, which does observe DST. To celebrate resetting the clocks this weekend, design new clocks and watches (sundials, hourglass are OK too) from other things, or redesign existing clocks and watches (or sundials, hourglass) with some unusual elements.

Watches & ClocksFunny Watches & Clocks - Past Sunday at 2 am America turned clocks back an hour ago - this ended the daylight saving time for this year. Europe adjusted clocks a week ago - they call it "summer time". The daylight saving time convention started in 1907 to use natural light for an extra hour and conserve energy. In this contest you are asked to design new watches and clocks (sundials, hourglass are OK too) from other things, or redesign existing watches and clocks (or sundials, and hourglass) with some unusual elements. Here's a good example by AZRainman.


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