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Bad Artist #10, Computers

October 25, 2014
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Bad Artist #10, Computers

  Love Haiku My dear sweet darling I love you even more than I hate computers. – Paul R. De Lancey,  Bad Artist Check out my latest novel, the Christmas thriller, Beneficial Murders. My books are…

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Day in Sun Shadows His Twilight Years

October 25, 2014
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Day in Sun Shadows His Twilight Years

NEW YORK. Mel Sewanicki, Columbia class of ’47, still can’t buy a drink in this town even though it’s been sixty-seven years since he made “The Catch,” a diving grab of a fourth-quarter pass that…

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What Does $13 Million Being Flushed Down A Toilet Sound Like?

October 25, 2014
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What Does $13 Million Being Flushed Down A Toilet Sound Like?

I used to think that publicly funding elections made sense. I thought it made elections better. But I’ve been spending time in Connecticut, and watching the race for Governor has convinced me of how wrong…

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Monica Lewinsky is on Twitter #HereWeGo

October 25, 2014
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Monica Lewinsky is on Twitter #HereWeGo

Monica Lewinsky recently joined Twitter. As of this writing she isn’t following anyone and has approximately 74.5 thousand followers. Her first tweet, re-tweeted over four-thousand times, was #HereWeGo. Recently she has set herself up as a spokesperson…

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Life in New York City

October 25, 2014
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They descend like swarms of bees. They cut in front of us in Starbucks.* They dawdle on Broadway and get in everybody’s way. They block crosswalks and subway exits. They take the width of a…

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Photo Sharing Level: Mom and Dad

October 25, 2014
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Photo Sharing Level: Mom and Dad

Jill Y’s parents are fond of their imaginary grandkids. So much so, that they decided to take pictures of our pictures.

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Only A Simple Question

October 24, 2014
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Only A Simple Question

No stranger to Hi-Tec boots now that I own a pair of rugged ones for the harsh winters where I live, I wanted to get another pair to wear for those few social gatherings. The…

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At Least The Music Is Good

October 24, 2014
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At Least The Music Is Good

The other day I was standing in line at a CVS  pharmacy. It was your typical large-chain  experience with a big line of customers, one person behind the counter, and three checkout stations sitting lonely…

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Stupid Things You (Unknowingly) Do to Yourself

October 24, 2014
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Admit it. You sometimes have to slap yourself because even YOU are embarrassed to be you on occasion, right? You have to wonder – if God is watching you, is He enjoying the show? And…

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Cut The Crapisms

October 24, 2014
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Cut The Crapisms

I consider myself a good mom and an effective parent. I’ve never gotten a call from the school or police department that started off like, “Please say that you are the parent of <insert child’s…

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Report: Obama Employs Secret Armed Service Group To Hassle White House Visitors

October 24, 2014
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Report: Obama Employs Secret Armed Service Group To Hassle White House Visitors

Wednesday night, a late night visitor on the White House lawn, most likely just trying to enjoy property rightly owned by the citizens of the United States, was viciously attacked by dogs in the employ…

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Interview with Phillip Dillman – the Man behind Scripture Scribbles: Cartoons from the Choir Loft

October 24, 2014
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Phillip Dillman’s book Scripture Scribbles: Cartoons from the Choir Loft has definitely found an audience, and I wanted to introduce you to this talented and kind man and give you a glimpse about his work,…

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Barbie Hits the Double-Nickel

October 24, 2014
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Barbie Hits the Double-Nickel

2014 is Barbie’s 55th anniversary.   I looked out the window of my Dream House and allowed myself a teensy-tiny moment of reflection.  How far I’d come in fifty-five years!  It seemed like only yesterday…

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HumorOutcasts Radio – Interview with Don Winston

October 24, 2014
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HumorOutcasts Radio – Interview with Don Winston

This week, one of my favorite authors Don Winston was my guest on HO Radio.  Known for his paranoid and/or psychological thrillers such as S’wanee  and The Union Club, Don can turn the most upbeat…

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Thanks for the math lesson Facebook. Have you ever considered doing a Facebook Math for Dummies?

October 24, 2014
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Thanks for the math lesson Facebook. Have you ever considered doing a Facebook Math for Dummies?

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New Texas Law Requires That Citizens Defeat Angry Dragon Before Voting, Dragons Vary By District

October 23, 2014
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New Texas Law Requires That Citizens Defeat Angry Dragon Before Voting, Dragons Vary By District

A new Texas law meant to reduce rampant yet undetectable voter fraud will require voting citizens to defeat a dragon before being able to cast their ballot. Proponents of the law say that any true…

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The Lone Gunman Cartoon

October 23, 2014
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THERE IS A lot going on in the world at the moment to grab the attention of cartoonists and not a lot of it is funny. One of the methods of dealing with grim issues…

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Paul De Lancey Answers Questions on Tasteful Murders

October 23, 2014
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Paul De Lancey Answers Questions on Tasteful Murders

A few weeks ago, we profiled Tasteful Murders, an anthology edited by the very talented Candace C Bowen and our own comic chef Paul De Lancey. I gave both Candace and Paul the same set…

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7 Major Protocols for Spreading Ebola Terror Released

October 23, 2014
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7 Major Protocols for Spreading Ebola Terror Released

Updated guidelines for helping politicians and media outlets to maintain the outbreak of Ebola fear were released today. The existing protocols have been severely criticized for not being sufficiently frightening. All facts must be covered…

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Ginsburg to Leave Supreme Court for More Air Guitar Time

October 23, 2014
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Ginsburg to Leave Supreme Court for More Air Guitar Time

WASHINGTON, D.C.  Bowing to pressure from the Obama administration, Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg announced today that she will step down from the Supreme Court next year in order to pursue her interest in air…

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High Hitler!

October 23, 2014
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So we all get that Hitler was bad. He wasn’t Breaking Bad, he was breaking worse. According to The Daily Mail, Adolf was using all kinds of tenderizers. Hitler was reportedly hopped up on barbiturates, bull…

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