16th December 2011, 03:39 PM
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Manipulation Resistance Team
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Join Date: 5th February 2002
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Whatís so funny? Hereís proof that laughter is contagious...
From a train in Germany, a fit of laughter spreads like a virus ó or at least something viral ó and YouTubers are hysterically lapping it up:
Itís unclear what the joke that sparked the mass hysterics was, but mobile phone footage uploaded to the video sharing site has caught the imagination of many online viewers. The origin of the laughter appears to a blonde woman s[bless and do not curse][bless and do not curse][bless and do not curse][bless and do not curse][bless and do not curse][bless and do not curse]ing at something on her phone. She is soon joined in her mirth by most of the other passengers. The video, posted by a user called amerking has been viewed more than 1 million times in a week. The popularity of the video may help to dispel the belief that Germany is a humourless nation.
I dare you to watch and not, at least, smile. Whatís so funny? Hereís proof that laughter is contagious...
- Fr. Gregory Jensen
The more I follow the online discussions ... the more I follow the debates and disagreements in the Church about administrative unity, or the concerns expressed about the moral or personal or administrative or leadership failings of the bishops or the clergy, the more I become convinced that whatever might be the truth of these concerns, ALL of this is simply a distraction. No, itís more than that. Itís a justification, an excuse, for not helping each other and those outside the Church fall in love with Jesus Christ. How easy it is to talk about everything, but about Jesus hardly at all.