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Meaningful Work

September 30, 2014
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Meaningful Work

The news recently reported that “activist investor” Starboard Value LP is pressuring Olive Garden to make changes to its operations. To improve profitability, they want Olive Garden to stop handing out unlimited garlic breadsticks. But…

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Infested with Destructive Pests? Frack-a-Mole Could be the Answer

September 30, 2014
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Infested with Destructive Pests? Frack-a-Mole Could be the Answer

Pest exterminators have a devastating new weapon in the fight against animal invaders: fracking. Developed by the oil industry, fracking injects a mixture of sand, water, and chemicals at high pressure into the ground. The…

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I’ll be the first to admit that I have a problem with authority

September 30, 2014
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I’ll be the first to admit that I have a problem with authority

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The special blue pill

September 29, 2014
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The special blue pill

I hear my husband running down the hall to where I stood in the bathroom putting in my contacts. “What is this?” He’s holding out his hand. I look down at it, thinking it’s a…

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Like Moths to a Flame

September 29, 2014
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Like Moths to a Flame

Take my beautiful, adoring women. Please! According to the advertisements I get on line, there are literally dozens of beautiful women eager to have me invest in foreign currencies. Of course, this is all understandable…

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Pilot Error

September 29, 2014
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Pilot Error

The Daily News recently reported on a strange and disturbing story coming out of (where else?) Canada. If you’re like me you probably wonder what pilots do on long, boring flights once the plane is on…

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Excerpt from The Notorious Ian Grant by Mark R. Hunter

September 29, 2014
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Excerpt from The Notorious Ian Grant by Mark R. Hunter

An excerpt from Mark R. Hunter’s The Notorious Ian Grant which is available on Amazon.com – Donna Cavanagh   “Senator.” Fran took a deep breath, then changed her stance in a way that made her…

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Multi-Vehicle Crash Halts NASCAR Indianapolis 2014 Segway Speedway Race

September 29, 2014
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Multi-Vehicle Crash Halts NASCAR Indianapolis 2014 Segway Speedway Race

Drivers suffered multiple injuries in a pile-up involving 12 Segways competing in this year’s NASCAR Indy 2014 Segway Speedway World Challenge. The accident happened during the third lap of the grueling race when world champion…

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Track Stopper

September 29, 2014
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Track Stopper

As a dude who has eaten too much, I decided I would go and watch my weight at Weight Watchers. When you reach the slightly older than 21 years of age that I’ve reached, you…

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A Tale Of Three Titties

September 28, 2014
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Now that I’ve let my New York Times subscription lapse, I get most of my news online. When I logged on this morning, this headline caught my eye: “Woman Gets Third Boob Implanted, Wants to…

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How To Float – Steps 1 & 2.

September 28, 2014
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How To Float – Steps 1 & 2.

Well my brain doesn’t understand this and that’s for sure. There’s some strange forces at work in this world and this must be magic or something. For those who want to learn how to float,…

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Kathy’s Points to Remember: Fashion

September 27, 2014
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Kathy’s Points to Remember:  Fashion

Rule No. 1: If it shows everything you’ve got, don’t wear it. Rule No. 2: If it’s ugly, don’t wear it. Rule No. 3: If it looks fabulous on someone else but butt-ugly on you,…

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Unicorn Bites #509

September 27, 2014
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By: Cynthia Closkey

My wife didn’t MAKE me sleep on the couch. I CHOSE to sleep on the couch because I didn’t want her to murder me. Big difference. — Exploding Unicorn (@XplodingUnicorn) September 24, 2014 Me: I’m…

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Please form an orderly queue.

September 27, 2014
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Please form an orderly queue.

As far back as years ago, man has made mistakes. I’m one of those men. Mistakes can be big, mistakes can be small but as any pastry chef will tell you, there is no margarine…

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Spotlight on Robin Savage, author of “Stand Up and be a Lady”

September 26, 2014
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Spotlight on Robin Savage, author of “Stand Up and be a Lady”

Chapter One   The Trouble With Tremors   Firsts are always memorable.  They may not be great, but you always remember your first kiss, your first time getting drunk, and the first time making the…

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Author Maura Stone or Maura Stone, Author?

September 26, 2014
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Ever since I joined the ranks of novelists, my pet peeve has been to sigh and roll my eyes whenever I see an author add, “Author” to their names. I noticed there’s a distinct correlation…

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Agent: Tim Tebow Only 13 Permanent Suspensions Away From Triumphant NFL Return

September 26, 2014
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Agent: Tim Tebow Only 13 Permanent Suspensions Away From Triumphant NFL Return

As a result of the NFL’s tough stance on abusers of both children and women, Tim Tebow’s agent feels he’s just about 13 permanent suspensions of current NFL starting quarterbacks away from a triumphant return…

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Why Does America Keep Squashing Innovation?

September 26, 2014
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Why Does America Keep Squashing Innovation?

It’s Fall, which means America’s most dangerous sporting season is upon us. No, I’m not referring to the NFL, I’m talking about hunting. A bit ago I read an article entitled “The American Hunter Is…

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How to Go to Wonderland

September 26, 2014
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How to Go to Wonderland

My daughter is a certified fitness instructor – a fact that amuses me because I raised her on pop tarts and chicken nuggets. In a misguided attempt to lose my middle-aged flab, I joined her…

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Just My Luck!

September 26, 2014
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Just My Luck!

I was a sole woman among men in my former career that spanned 36 years. Because I was too “pretty” for what I did, that of a B2B analyst in a trading room, I wore…

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HumorOutcasts Radio – Interview with Concha Alborg

September 26, 2014
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Concha Alborg was born in Spain during the difficult years after the Spanish Civil War and went to school in Madrid until she emigrated with her parents to the United States, where she finished high…

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