#$!@# Christmas Ornament!

#$!@# Christmas Ornament!

Before you packed the box of stuff in the basement under the steps, in the attic or in the cubbyhole in the garage, you did […]

Memo to our kids: The family has decided to downsize

Memo to our kids: The family has decided to downsize

[Author’s note: The following is a memo I plan to send my two daughters upon their college graduations, informing them that they are now officially […]

Poetry for Cats

Poetry for Cats

Call me crazy, but I like to write poetry. For cats. Cats are a good training ground for poets. They are largely indifferent to poetry, […]

When Your Car Is Smarter Than You

When Your Car Is Smarter Than You

I totally loved my last car, so it’s ironic that it got totaled, which I didn’t love. Normally I’m not one of those who falls […]

Let’s Go Bitcoining!

Let’s Go Bitcoining!

For as long as I remember coins have only really been useful to European countries, old men in the grocery store with change purses, and […]

On the Waterfront, Fuzzy Animal Version

On the Waterfront, Fuzzy Animal Version

The president of an Ohio steelworkers union stole hundreds of thousands of dollars from his local, which he used in part to buy tickets to […]

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#$!@# Christmas Ornament!

January 18, 2018
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Before you packed the box of stuff in the basement under the steps, in the attic or in the cubbyhole in the garage, you did […]

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Memo to our kids: The family has decided to downsize

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[Author’s note: The following is a memo I plan to send my two daughters upon their college graduations, informing them that they are now officially […]

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Poetry for Cats

January 18, 2018
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Call me crazy, but I like to write poetry. For cats. Cats are a good training ground for poets. They are largely indifferent to poetry, […]

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Just when your think your day can’t get any better…

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When Your Car Is Smarter Than You

January 17, 2018
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I totally loved my last car, so it’s ironic that it got totaled, which I didn’t love. Normally I’m not one of those who falls […]

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Let’s Go Bitcoining!

January 17, 2018
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For as long as I remember coins have only really been useful to European countries, old men in the grocery store with change purses, and […]

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On the Waterfront, Fuzzy Animal Version

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The president of an Ohio steelworkers union stole hundreds of thousands of dollars from his local, which he used in part to buy tickets to […]

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Learning With The Legend – Episode 1,675,238

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If you have imaginary kids or real kids, this DIY child safety lock for a razor might come to your aid in the nick of […]

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Nathaniel is digging his own grave…

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Romney Hires Sincerity Consultant as He Mulls Senate Run

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Romney Hires Sincerity Consultant as He Mulls Senate Run

LAKE WINNIPESAUKEE, N.H. Chastened by his 2012 loss to Barack Obama but prepared to learn from his mistakes, former Massachusetts Governor Willard “Mitt” Romney huddled […]

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Nathanlel expertly answers a question with a question…

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Paul’s Camembert Burger and van Gogh the Egg Tosser

January 14, 2018
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American Entree PAUL’S CAMEMBERT BURGER INGREDIENTS 1½ pounds ground beef ½ teaspoon herbes de Provence 1 tablespoon butter 1 tablespoon olive oil 3 tablespoons white […]

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Mr. Coffee, Innovative Appliance, Dead at 46

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Mr. Coffee, Innovative Appliance, Dead at 46

CLEVELAND, Ohio. Mr. Coffee, an automatic drip home brewing machine that revolutionized the way Americans get their morning jolt of caffeine, died yesterday at the […]

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Winter brrr-becue for the brrr-ds

January 12, 2018
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It was January. And what a perfect time to be outside in the sun. My wife, our 11-year-old boy and I went on a morning […]

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Dogs in Recovery

January 12, 2018
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Canines recovering from surgery offer humans valuable lessons about proper ways to heal. For example, we shouldn’t lick sutures. Not ours or theirs. In the […]

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Excited Gutterance

January 12, 2018
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Haiti, El Salvador, Africa – they Send all kinds of unwanted people our way. I’d much rather see folks whose background is Norse Come over […]

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High School Never Ends…….

January 12, 2018
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Who doesn’t love reliving their most embarrassing moments?   For more of my humor go here Cathy is the author of Showering with Nana: Confessions of a […]

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So it’s winter!

January 12, 2018
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Well it’s finally Winter (with a capital W) here in northeast Ohio again. Now I have to hear the constant complaint about how cold it […]

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FIRE AND FURY – INSIDE THE TRUMP EARLY YEARS

January 12, 2018
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Unless you’re in a coma – or your name is Baron Trump – you’ve no doubt heard about Michael Wolff’s bombshell tell-all book, FIRE AND […]

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Do You Need an On-Line Dating “Wingwoman”?

January 12, 2018
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According to the US Census Bureau, most men who use online dating services are pathetic losers who exaggerate their personal net worth and physical attractiveness […]

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Big shout out to this drunk dude who prevented Jill Y from catching the bouquet…

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