Bobby and Thom Do Gluten Free: Can This Marriage Be Saved?

Bobby and Thom Do Gluten Free: Can This Marriage Be Saved?

Thom and I had been married for two months. We were mini-celebrating at the best steakhouse in Los Angeles. As I consume steak only once […]

How winter sunbirds will boost Maine economy

How winter sunbirds will boost Maine economy

If you’ve read my blog post entitled, “6 Humungous Reasons to Winter in Maine,”  you know that the winter population around these parts is about to explode. […]

“When Librarians Attack!” Now Top-Selling Video

“When Librarians Attack!” Now Top-Selling Video

HOLLYWOOD, California. With DVD sales flat as more consumers watch films over  the internet, the entertainment industry has one surprise success on its  hands–a collection […]

On this day in 2007…

On this day in 2007…

On this day in 2007, Scurvy Jane asked Thirsty Dave to collect the imaginary kids from school. To everyone’s surprise, he collected the imaginary kids […]

Free and Quality Don’t Always Go Apart…

Free and Quality Don’t Always Go Apart…

[Friend’s Post] Do you listen to music? I think you do. As for me, I simply can’t live without it. I listen to music at work, […]

How to Say All Over the World, “No lutefisk, please, it makes me ill. Where is the nearest taco truck?”

How to Say All Over the World, “No lutefisk, please, it makes me ill. Where is the nearest taco truck?”

  “No lutefisk, please, it makes me ill. Where is the nearest taco truck?” I used GoogleTM Translate to translate the above phrases into the […]

Break Out the Good Penguins

Break Out the Good Penguins

Another Saturday night in exurbia. The little woman puts the Trader Joe’s pre-fabricated hors d’oeuvres in the oven, I light a Java-Log–the innovative, hassle-free firewood […]

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Bobby and Thom Do Gluten Free: Can This Marriage Be Saved?

January 23, 2017
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Thom and I had been married for two months. We were mini-celebrating at the best steakhouse in Los Angeles. As I consume steak only once […]

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How winter sunbirds will boost Maine economy

January 23, 2017
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If you’ve read my blog post entitled, “6 Humungous Reasons to Winter in Maine,”  you know that the winter population around these parts is about to explode. […]

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“When Librarians Attack!” Now Top-Selling Video

January 23, 2017
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HOLLYWOOD, California. With DVD sales flat as more consumers watch films over  the internet, the entertainment industry has one surprise success on its  hands–a collection […]

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On this day in 2007…

January 23, 2017
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On this day in 2007, Scurvy Jane asked Thirsty Dave to collect the imaginary kids from school. To everyone’s surprise, he collected the imaginary kids […]

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Free and Quality Don’t Always Go Apart…

January 23, 2017
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Free and Quality Don’t Always Go Apart…

[Friend’s Post] Do you listen to music? I think you do. As for me, I simply can’t live without it. I listen to music at work, […]

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How to Say All Over the World, “No lutefisk, please, it makes me ill. Where is the nearest taco truck?”

January 22, 2017
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  “No lutefisk, please, it makes me ill. Where is the nearest taco truck?” I used GoogleTM Translate to translate the above phrases into the […]

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Break Out the Good Penguins

January 22, 2017
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Another Saturday night in exurbia. The little woman puts the Trader Joe’s pre-fabricated hors d’oeuvres in the oven, I light a Java-Log–the innovative, hassle-free firewood […]

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That meaty moment when your Angus burger makes a joke…

January 22, 2017
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Shrimp Soup and the Fate of the T-Rexes

January 21, 2017
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Chilean Soup SHRIMP SOUP (Chupe de Camarones) INGREDIENTS 6 slices white bread 1 12-ounce can evaporated milk 1 medium onion 1 small carrot 1 stalk […]

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Undercover Boss

January 21, 2017
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Maybe the American Presidency is an episode of Undercover Boss. “Donald Trump” is a horrid costume to disguise his real identity. After feedback for his […]

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The Coward’s Guide To Learning Snowboarding

January 21, 2017
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The more wussy sport of skiing. Here ladies and gentlemen is the ultimate beginners snowboarding guide “How To Snowboard the R. Freed Way!” Alright! This […]

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Trump Inaugurated, Springsteen Hardest Hit

January 21, 2017
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COLTS NECK, New Jersey.  While protestors marched in Washington and women across the country mourned as Donald Trump took the oath of office as 45th […]

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I texted Jill Y, asking her a Yes or No question.

January 21, 2017
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She responded with a 179 page essay; PowerPoint presentation; citation; sources and references…

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To My Wife

January 20, 2017
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I suppose you’ll call this a confession when you read it. I don’t like the word confession, but something’s been weighing heavy on my conscience […]

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Doodle at the Shrink

January 20, 2017
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An excerpt from our Doodle, Rhoda Morgenstern’s visit to the shrink. (Work with me. It’s obviously a fantasy). *     *     * […]

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As Trump Ascends, Queens Landlords Hail One of Their Own

January 20, 2017
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QUEENS, New York.  The Jamaica Bus Terminal here was abuzz this morning as chartered behemoths of the highway were loaded to the gills with men like […]

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How Lazy Are You?

January 20, 2017
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Come See the Paris Festival.

January 19, 2017
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Instead of the inauguration, why not attend the Philadelphia Orchestra for the Paris Festival. Starting with the second week, they will be showcasing the works […]

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Obama Pardons Pee-wee Herman for Foil Ball

January 19, 2017
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WASHINGTON, D.C.  Courting controversy in the eleventh hour and fifty-ninth minute of his Presidency, Barack Obama yesterday granted an end-of-term pardon to Pee-wee Herman in […]

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You Vs The Guy She Told You Not To Worry About….

January 19, 2017
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Battle Hymn of the Trumpublic

January 19, 2017
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Mine eyes have seen the Donald coming down out of his Tower With his asshole lips all puckered like he’s tasted something sour; Oh and […]

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