Psychic

Psychic

Today I am grateful for psychics.  And I am one.  Because someone wrote something on one of my Facebook posts then sent me a message […]

The Legend explains the frequency of his visits to the doctor, the latest prognosis of the latest visit and his plan of action…

The Legend explains the frequency of his visits to the doctor, the latest prognosis of the latest visit and his plan of action…

I visit the doctor every 23 years and I’ve not once missed a visit. I was told to cut back on the amount of chicken […]

Summer Fun Series Sours With Debbie Downer Divas

Summer Fun Series Sours With Debbie Downer Divas

BOSTON.  When Axionix Properties bought the office building known as One Hancock Place here last year, they planned a roof-to-basement upgrade that would ensure the address retained its […]

Stuff You Want to Know About Coffee

Stuff You Want to Know About Coffee

To those of us who have been sufficiently enlightened (some would say addicted), coffee is a great gift to humanity, something that wakes us up, […]

What If We Had a Protest and Nobody Showed Up?

What If We Had a Protest and Nobody Showed Up?

Who is going to protest today? Who is going to counter protest? How many are going to bring along their phone hoping to catch the […]

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Psychic

August 23, 2017
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Today I am grateful for psychics.  And I am one.  Because someone wrote something on one of my Facebook posts then sent me a message […]

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The Legend explains the frequency of his visits to the doctor, the latest prognosis of the latest visit and his plan of action…

August 23, 2017
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I visit the doctor every 23 years and I’ve not once missed a visit. I was told to cut back on the amount of chicken […]

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Summer Fun Series Sours With Debbie Downer Divas

August 22, 2017
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BOSTON.  When Axionix Properties bought the office building known as One Hancock Place here last year, they planned a roof-to-basement upgrade that would ensure the address retained its […]

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That helpless moment when you feel empty inside but you can’t express it because you don’t know any words…

August 22, 2017
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That definitive moment when you realize that 2017 has gone too far…

August 21, 2017
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Stuff You Want to Know About Coffee

August 19, 2017
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To those of us who have been sufficiently enlightened (some would say addicted), coffee is a great gift to humanity, something that wakes us up, […]

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What If We Had a Protest and Nobody Showed Up?

August 19, 2017
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What If We Had a Protest and Nobody Showed Up?

Who is going to protest today? Who is going to counter protest? How many are going to bring along their phone hoping to catch the […]

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Donald Trump and the Eclipse of the Sun

August 19, 2017
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Donald Trump announced that it is he, not the moon, who will cause a total eclipse of the sun on Monday over Kentucky and much […]

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Two-Headed Lion’s Head Inn being used for good, not evil

August 19, 2017
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By The Invisible Man Contributor to the JLP MAD SCIENCE DISTRICT — The rooms in the Two-Headed Lion’s Head Inn are meant for mad scientists […]

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Bureaucrat Tells Highway Poet to Hit the Road

August 19, 2017
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ENFIELD, Connecticut.  Mike Abruzzioni is Assistant Deputy Commissioner of Roads and Bridges at State Highway Department District #2 Headquarters here, a position he earned after […]

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Bigfoot and the Solar Eclipse

August 19, 2017
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As we all know, a solar eclipse is heading our way on August 21st.  This is an unusual event in that the solar eclipse will […]

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Laugh and the World Laughs With You……

August 18, 2017
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Okay, kids….it’s time to laugh, even just a little bit… How do you know if you are a caregiver? If you are buying wipes and […]

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One Dirty Old Man’s Bucket List is Only Skin Deep

August 18, 2017
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BRYN MAWR, Pa.  Doug Dickerman was a man who, until six months ago, seemed to have it all.  A good job, two high-achieving kids in […]

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Respect

August 18, 2017
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Vote For Ron

August 17, 2017
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Vote For Ron

I love reading about physics, but boy, some of it is pretty mysterious. Who’s Ron, for instance? And why should I vote for him? Sean […]

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Eclipse: It’s Not Just a Twilight Novel

August 17, 2017
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By now most people have probably figured out that an eclipse is coming this Monday, as it tends to do here in America every so […]

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Domestications

August 17, 2017
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Every day there is another  news release touting the results of health and food inspections on local restaurants.  No failure is spared.  Bacteria crawling on […]

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Elvis, Mosquitoes & Marilyn Monroe — What I Learned From Magazines This Week

August 17, 2017
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Leonard Bernstein believed that Elis Presley was the greatest cultural force of the 20th century. (Time, 08/21/17) For actor Will Smith, losing his virginity wasn’t […]

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The Superior Explanation Skills of Thirsty Dave

August 17, 2017
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Hours were spent trying to unravel the utterances from Thirsty Dave. He kept muttering “back to school, back to school, back to school” and then […]

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The Wonder Dog

August 16, 2017
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The Wonder Dog

This story was based on two sources. First, my dad who served his country in World War II  did his basic training in Louisiana, He […]

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History-onics

August 16, 2017
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  They tell me you’re a Nazi, but I don’t know if that’s true. We may have crossed paths yet I don’t remember meeting you. […]

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