Friday Sharing w/You

Friday, February 26

 2016 FSY Week 009 Be Rat

Hello Friday Friends/PengYiu,

As always, please join me in advocating:

Make Money & Love Safety

赚钱第一; 安全在我心! & 明天一定会更好!加油哦

Jana Wang, Cinta Keselamatan


Although it is the last Friday of February but you got an extra leap day, February 29.

Now I know, and once I know ¾ of the Battle Won!

As it takes roughly 365.2422 days for the Earth to make a complete orbit around the Sun, an extra day is added as means of keeping our clocks (and calendars) in sync with the Earth and its seasons in order for the Gregorian calendar, the most universally used in the world with 365 days – to catch up to the solar year.


Quick Quotable

People don’t buy thing, they buy (F)eeling, (S)urreal and (Y)ounique entertainment~ Author Unknown


Quick Question

Why is the Summer Olympics are always held in a leap year? The upcoming one will be staged this August in Rio de Janeiro.


Today Sharing:

Rat Myths

Rats and Humans have coexisted in the city for hundreds of years.

Rats are extremely opportunistic animals: (R)esilient. (A)gile, (T)enacious.

Although rats are indeed to blame for spreading some diseases, humans are the root cause, as they leave uncontained garbage and litter that often attract rats around.

They are cheap and unpaid labourers, they eat after you – blame humans for poor sanitation, and bad housekeeping.

Human waste food, so rats enjoy after you.

Healthy adult rats are used in research by scientists for the good of humans. From formulating new cancer drugs to testing dietary supplements, rats play a critical role in developing new medical wonders. In fact, 95 percent of all lab animals are rats.

Rats are also relatively inexpensive and can be bought in large quantities from commercial producers that breed it specifically for research and can be an alternative food source for humans just like chicken or rabbits.

Cats love them.

Since we like enforcement – Rats create more jobs for the National Environment Agency.

Some people may fancy rats as pets.

While rats are often misunderstood, at least now you know these myths for the falsehoods they are.


Until Next Friday… Be Rat – (R)esilient. (A)gile, (T)enacious.



My FSY’s sharing is unscientifically and some are contributed by wife & children, friends, acquaintances. I write and share things that matter to me. I understand that everyone have their own opinions, views, & thoughts. There are no right or wrong answers. Nothing is true or untrue, most facts and data can be twisted to your favour.

To the authors, contributors and original sources, my thanks and where appropriate my apologies if I forget to quote your names.  If I took a page from your generous sharing and tweaked it into something else, something I hope will spread and the whole purpose is for sharing and sharing is caring.