Oh Captain My Captain – SHAZBAT – Robin Williams 1951 to 2014

By Chato B. Stewart

Words cannot express my personal feelings of sadness and loss.  I’ve never personally known the man but through his humor and the way he could make me laugh like no other comedian could and I felt a connection. My first encounter with Robin Williams was via  Mork & Mindy (1978–1982) T.V. show.  It was one of the shows our whole family could watch and laugh and enjoy.

I sat for a while watching all the videos and coverage about Robin Williams and I was getting emotional.

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Could My Sleep Issues Be Part of A Psychiatric Disorder #positive6

By Chato B. Stewart

The Family Stew

Clock: 2:06 AM

Precious DJ: I call him Bob…
Belly AJ: DAD!
Luke Bartholomew: DAD! SHE HAS MY GAME!
Sweet Pea BB: [running away with video game]
Chato B Stewart: [sleeping with air plugs]
Caption: How do I get my ZZZ’s: Air plugs, Ambien and the melodious songs of my children.

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Is Concrete Thinking Going To Sink Me

By Chato B. Stewart
Amos the concrete thinker: I’m a concrete thinker…
Frankie “Big Nose” Boca: funny I deal in concrete to… Mostly shoes.
Sign background: Concrete $4.99 per bag
Caption: Concrete Thinking

Concrete Thinking Going To Sink Me

Did you FIND the 6 (six) Concrete thoughts and abstract metaphors in the Mental Health Humor cartoon titled: Concrete Thinking#1463?

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What is the Internet, Anyway? (video from 1994)

By Chato B. Stewart

Watching YouTube this week, I came across a funny Today show video from 1994. I had to share this video… I was laughing so hard I thought I was going to bust my gut! Reality struck in deep when I remembered I was living through this period of time! This is my generation – the early tech generation – or as I like to call it “the crappy tech generation!”

It was an exciting and new frontier of Compuserve bulletin boards and if I recollect correctly, I got my first free month of AOL in 1993…For my 33 MHz computer with almost 200 MB hard drive. I even had the first Sony digital camera that used the 1.44 MB disks and took one quarter megapixel images.

“You’ve got mail”

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