An App Sure To Make You Laugh!

This posting, while it may appear to be a departure from my usual rant on Parkinson’s disease is actually still in the same realm. For the next few postings I plan to inform and maybe even entertain you with some useful apps for your Ipod or Iphone that may help your Parkinson’s, make your life easier or better, educate you, improve eye hand coordination, improve cognition, make you laugh, or put a smile on your face.

 In Samuel L. Jackson’s Words

If today’s app doesn’t make you laugh or at least smile, then I wonder what will? This addictive, brilliant, outrageously funny app, isamjackson, will have you and your friends howling with laughter. The variety of clever retorts, pieces of sagely Sam Jackson wisdom, smart ass quips, and strange comments, make this app a must have. isamjackson is full of hundreds of pithy phrases for any event in Samuel L. Jackson’s voice in the style only he can deliver. There is a version that cost 99 cents that includes expletives, but I have not bought it at this time–maybe, but not yet. I love this app, if you can’t tell. This is one funny app! What can be better than letting Samuel L. Jackson speak for you? Imagine a nonsensical app that is a free download and is pure fun.

Believe me, here is an app that is truly enjoyable and worthy of gracing your I-device. The only app that I can even think that might rival an app in this genre would be a Mr. T app, but I guess I’ll just have to wait for it.

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About Karl Robb

Karl Robb has had Parkinson’s disease (PD) for over thirty years. With symptoms since he was seventeen years old, Karl was diagnosed at the age of twenty-three. Now fifty-one, he is a Parkinson’s disease advocate, an entrepreneur, an inventor, an author of two books (A Soft Voice in a Noisy World: A Guide to Dealing and Healing with Parkinson’s Disease and Dealing and Healing with Parkinson’s Disease and Other Health Conditions: A Workbook for Body, Mind, and Spirit) with his wife and care partner, Angela Robb. He has blogged for ten years on his website, He is a Community Team Member to and is a contributor to His blog,, has been recognized four years in a row by as one of The Best Parkinson’s Blogs of 2018, 2017, 2016, and 2015! also listed the book A Soft Voice in a Noisy World in their list of Best Parkinson’s Disease Books of 2017! has recognized for 2018 and 2017 as a Top 50 Parkinson’s Disease blog. Karl was a blogger for the 2016 World Parkinson Congress in Portland, Oregon. He is a frequent speaker on Parkinson’s disease issues as well as an experienced advocate for Parkinson’s issues throughout the United States. He is also an advisor and consultant on Parkinson’s disease. Karl is a board member of both the Parkinson Voice Project and Parkinson Social Network based in Virginia. He was an active board member (6 years) and an advocate (18 years) with the Parkinson’s Action Network (PAN). In his free time, he is a photographer, constant writer, longtime magician, and a practicing Reiki Jin Kei Do master. Karl received a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He has been featured by The New York Post, BBC Radio, CBS News, National Public Broadcasting (NPR), in The New Republic magazine and NHK World Television, as well as several Washington, D.C., television stations. You may reach Karl via email at, on Facebook, or contact him via Twitter @asoftvoicepd. I’m available for speaking engagements to share my experience living with Parkinson’s disease. Please contact me at if you are interested in having me speak to your group, conference/symposium, or would like me to write an article for your newsletter or blog. I am not a medical professional and this information is my personal view. I am just sharing my medical journey with you, the reader. I encourage you to seek all avenues that can benefit your condition.

Posted on June 15, 2010, in Education & Support, Health, Media & Trends, Parkinson's Disease, Philosophy, support groups. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Now this I got covered. Gretchen and I have no problem laughing, its stopping that is the problem!

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