Brisket With Onions and Buried Treasure

Brisket With Onions and Buried Treasure

American Entree BRISKET WITH ONIONS INGREDIENTS 2 large onions 4 pounds beef brisket (first or flat cut with fat trimmed to ¼”) 4 garlic cloves […]

For the Eminently Practical, the Blues Don’t Come Easy

For the Eminently Practical, the Blues Don’t Come Easy

WESTLAND, Mass.  In this western suburb of Boston, “starter” homes are typically priced just over a million dollars, leaving many in less-affluent communities nearby to […]

Cultured kid watches good movies

Cultured kid watches good movies

The arts are among the core building blocks of a child’s development, and since the birth of my son, I’ve aimed to give him an […]

Cyndi Timmons, Cynical Assistant Deli Manager

Cyndi Timmons, Cynical Assistant Deli Manager

I swear to God these freaking hair nets drive me CRAZY! How in the hell am I ever supposed to attract a second husband when […]

It’s a Trappist! … In Twelve Parsecs

It’s a Trappist! … In Twelve Parsecs

The headline stopped me cold: “Seven Objects Found Circling Dwarf”. My first thought, as you might imagine, was: “Wait–I thought ‘dwarf’ was now an insulting, […]

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Brisket With Onions and Buried Treasure

February 26, 2017
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American Entree BRISKET WITH ONIONS INGREDIENTS 2 large onions 4 pounds beef brisket (first or flat cut with fat trimmed to ¼”) 4 garlic cloves […]

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For the Eminently Practical, the Blues Don’t Come Easy

February 26, 2017
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WESTLAND, Mass.  In this western suburb of Boston, “starter” homes are typically priced just over a million dollars, leaving many in less-affluent communities nearby to […]

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I asked Jill Y to send me a pic with no clothes. I was definitely disappointed and left hung out to dry…

February 26, 2017
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Cultured kid watches good movies

February 25, 2017
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The arts are among the core building blocks of a child’s development, and since the birth of my son, I’ve aimed to give him an […]

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Cyndi Timmons, Cynical Assistant Deli Manager

February 25, 2017
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I swear to God these freaking hair nets drive me CRAZY! How in the hell am I ever supposed to attract a second husband when […]

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Any ologists of history out there who can help with this?

February 25, 2017
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It’s a Trappist! … In Twelve Parsecs

February 24, 2017
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The headline stopped me cold: “Seven Objects Found Circling Dwarf”. My first thought, as you might imagine, was: “Wait–I thought ‘dwarf’ was now an insulting, […]

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SPARKS BRIEF: President Pushes Workplace Woes

February 24, 2017
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Washington, DC – The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) just issued a report showing a sharp decline in work force productivity since January 20, 2017. […]

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Happy Hour at the Goodall Institute

February 24, 2017
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Happy Hour at the Goodall Institute

          Lucy, having grown up as a human child, was like a changeling, her essential chimpanzeeness overlaid by the various human behaviours she had acquired […]

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Some stores don’t even know the right words to the song…

February 24, 2017
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Some stores don’t even know the right words to the song…

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Just When You Thought It Was Safe To Look At Pictures On The Internet Again- MORE TRUMP MEME’S!!!!!

February 23, 2017
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Passing the Torch or just Blowing It Out?

February 23, 2017
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Being the intrepid reporter I am, I managed to snag an exclusive interview with someone very high up in the immigration department of the American […]

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A Presidents Day Guest Blog by the @ Symbol

February 23, 2017
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It’s Presidents Day week and John decided to take a holiday.  So, I decided to jump in.  It kind of seems weird that I am […]

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Habitat for (Oh, the) Humanity!

February 23, 2017
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In my idealistic, full-of-youthful-promise twenties, I decided to make the world a better place—by volunteering with Habitat for Humanity. I was determined to help create […]

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One-Man Show is Dream Come True for Average Joe

February 23, 2017
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NEW YORK.  Al Theobald is not unlike many other 55-year olds he knows.  “I’m average height, losing my hair, not losing any weight,” he says […]

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The next time you accidentally hear the so-called music of Bon Jovi, look at this dog eating a slice of pizza and the world becomes a better place…

February 23, 2017
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The Planets

February 23, 2017
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Scientists have discovered 7 earth-like planets. Oh joy. Have you checked out the state of our earth lately? And we’re looking for more of these? […]

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More blog soup from Boomer Haiku

February 22, 2017
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I’ve whipped up another batch of blog soup—creating a concoction out of morsels from my notes and files to produce what I hope you’ll find […]

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Gitmo Inmate: TED Talks Couldn’t Break My Spirit

February 22, 2017
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OMDURMAN, Sudan.  Ibrahim al-Wala is enjoying his first days of freedom in this sun-splashed city of nearly three million in Khartoum after his release from […]

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I think I just aced Exercise 58…

February 22, 2017
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The Least Anti-Semitic Person You’ve Ever Seen

February 21, 2017
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I was watching Donald Trump’s impromptu press conference last week, and I heard a young Orthodox reporter ask the President a question about anti-Semitism. “Number […]

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