No Plan B?

No Plan B?

Trump said there was no plan B for his health care bill. It turns out there is a Plan B One-Step. The Republicans, who despise […]

In Battle of Mascots, San Dorito State Usually Wins

In Battle of Mascots, San Dorito State Usually Wins

SAN DORITO, California.  Like many college presidents, Norman van Dorn of San Dorito State College wouldn’t mind the publicity that comes with a winning sports […]

Brain Farts

Brain Farts

Thursday, March 23, 2017 Today I am grateful for brain farts.  I seem to be having more and more of them.  Nothing serious, but things […]

Sold Over Asking

Sold Over Asking

  Selling houses really is a unique phenomenon in our economy. In my neighbourhood, many of the “Sold” signs have an extra sign attached to […]

Gritty City Creates Knowledge Zone, But Some Feel Left Out

Gritty City Creates Knowledge Zone, But Some Feel Left Out

WORCESTER, Mass.  This gritty central Massachusetts city is known to some as the Industrial Abrasives Capital of the World, and to others for its numerous railroad car […]

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In Battle of Mascots, San Dorito State Usually Wins

March 24, 2017
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SAN DORITO, California.  Like many college presidents, Norman van Dorn of San Dorito State College wouldn’t mind the publicity that comes with a winning sports […]

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Right Guard

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Brain Farts

March 23, 2017
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Thursday, March 23, 2017 Today I am grateful for brain farts.  I seem to be having more and more of them.  Nothing serious, but things […]

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Sold Over Asking

March 23, 2017
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Sold Over Asking

  Selling houses really is a unique phenomenon in our economy. In my neighbourhood, many of the “Sold” signs have an extra sign attached to […]

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Gritty City Creates Knowledge Zone, But Some Feel Left Out

March 23, 2017
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worcester

WORCESTER, Mass.  This gritty central Massachusetts city is known to some as the Industrial Abrasives Capital of the World, and to others for its numerous railroad car […]

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Jill Y said I never listen to a word she says so she’s taking matters into her own hands and cleaning out my ears…

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Is it science–or science fiction?

March 22, 2017
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As we age, we’re faced with various health issues–so it makes sense to stay on top of  medical advances that may offer us hope or, […]

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My GPS Cats

March 22, 2017
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Rocco

Using tiny satellite tracking harnesses, the Cat Tracker Project has enrolled more than 500 cats in a program that will outfit them with Global Positioning […]

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If looks could kill…

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Distractions

March 21, 2017
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I need a lot of distractions these days.  Not big distractions like going on an amazing trip or anything, although if someone wants to provide […]

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Next Time I’ll Declare Jackfruit

March 21, 2017
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Next Time I’ll Declare Jackfruit

“Are you carrying any fruits or vegetables?”, the American customs official officially asked. A soldier of Homeland Security, or perhaps Homeland Peculiarity. “Three apples”, was […]

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Barkley Takes Baby Steps on Road Back From Gambling

March 21, 2017
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barkley

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama.  The revelation by two-time Basketball Hall of Famer Charles Barkley that he’s lost more than $10 million gambling over the years has led […]

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My Confession to My Readers

March 21, 2017
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Lately, I’ve been carrying a heavy burden that I need to get off my chest. There are many things I feel guilty about, and I […]

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Does anyone know if you’re supposed to open the door of the cleaner, spinny machine thingy, before you close it?

Askin’ for a friend myself…

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Do It Yourself Future News Headlines

March 20, 2017
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If you look at enough different newspapers enough different times you find things can be quite similar. The rags always seem to be re-circulating the […]

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When Life Hands You Bananas, Make Popsicles

March 20, 2017
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Consider the following: A. I like bananas. B. I don’t like them well enough to eat 3 or 4 of them each day. C. I […]

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Too Cool for Snow…..

March 20, 2017
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Did you know that it’s illegal to drive with ice and snow on your car in Pennsylvania? A small fine for not clearing your windows, […]

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Rice Pudding, Space Travel, and Economic Collapse

March 20, 2017
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Greek Dessert RIZOGALO (Rice Pudding) INGREDIENTS ¼ cup butter 4½ cups whole milk ½ short-grain white rice ½ cup sugar 1 egg yolk 2 teaspoons […]

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The day the dishwasher died

March 20, 2017
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If you are old enough, you remember where you were the day of the Kennedy assassination, or when you heard the news that Elvis Presley […]

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Business Group Sues as Secretaries Again Dominate March Madness

March 20, 2017
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INDIANAPOLIS.  Marty Trowbridge is Chief Operating Officer of WidgeTek, a manufacturer with locations throughout the midwest.  “Our business is crucial to customers who buy our stuff,” he says, “whatever […]

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As somewhat of an expert in these matters, that is NOT how you pick up an isosceles of pizza…

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