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New Addition to The Family

November 27, 2014
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New Addition to The Family

Jill Y’s cooler brother, the one who doesn’t work for Microsoft and his partner recently welcomed a new addition to their family and we’ve never seen them so happy:

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Relentless Logic and Cheeseburgers

November 26, 2014
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Relentless Logic and Cheeseburgers

  My wife pointed to a dish with cheeseburger remnants. “What’s this?” she asked. “Cheeseburger,” I said. “Why did you eat that when you knew we were going out for lunch?” I riposted, “I wasn’t…

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Giving Thanks the “HO” Way

November 26, 2014
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By: LadyDragonflyCC - >;<

We at HumorOutcasts also known as “HO” Want to send our Thanksgiving greetings before we all go And celebrate with turkey, cranberry sauce and, of course, pie And melt into the sofa with one loud,…

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The Power of Barking.

November 26, 2014
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The Power of Barking.

The next time you’re watching episode one of the 174 dvd box set of Prisoner Cell Block H and you hear a dog barking and you curse the dog for having the audacity to interrupt…

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The Old Curmudgeon Gets the Lesbian Blues

November 25, 2014
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The Old Curmudgeon Gets the Lesbian Blues

It’s the Wednesday before Thanksgiving and the only people you see coming into work in Boston are those who either have to be here–like me–or guys like my partner the Old Curmudgeon, whose wife can’t…

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Minnesota Holiday Traditions

November 25, 2014
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Minnesota Holiday Traditions

Madam and I discovered that holiday shopping here in Minnesota includes fascinating selections — everything from Norwegian lefse griddles and Swedish Dala Horses, to handmade sweaters for all our friends large and small. I might not…

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Bad Artist #18, Thanksgiving Preparation

November 25, 2014
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Bad Artist #18, Thanksgiving Preparation

THANKSGIVING HAIKU #1 Defrost, damn turkey! The guests will be arriving In only one hour.   THANKSGIVING HAIKU #2 Feck! No potatoes! Dear, will you go to the store? What again? You dope.   THANKSGIVING…

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Companies Scramble to Buy Xmas Air Time on Northern Lights

November 25, 2014
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Companies Scramble to Buy Xmas Air Time on Northern Lights

New technology that enables companies to show commercials on the Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights has triggered a bidding war for air time on one of Mother Nature’s most spectacular light shows. The Northern Lights…

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Who Says Wyoming Isn’t Funny?

November 25, 2014
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Who Says Wyoming Isn’t Funny?

The other day I checked into a historic hotel in downtown Cheyenne, Wyoming. It was a beautiful place built in the 1870’s, replete with tiled floors and beautiful Western-style furniture. After a few nights lodging…

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“Shopping-Driven Life” Changing Lives, One Credit Card at a Time

November 25, 2014
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“Shopping-Driven Life” Changing Lives, One Credit Card at a Time

BEVERLY HILLS, California.  Along Rodeo Drive, the Mecca of luxury shopping west of the Mississippi, a transformation of sorts is taking place.  “We see people turning to materialism in a time of spiritual turmoil,” says…

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Currently seeking a female companion who enjoys the outdoors and understands DNA replication.

November 25, 2014
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Currently seeking a female companion who enjoys the outdoors and understands DNA replication.

Jill Y and I may not have the perfect relationship but we don’t detest each other and that’s a first for both of us. I thought her how to fart the theme tune to The…

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Samaje Rocks ‘Hawks

November 24, 2014
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http://gty.im/459423812   SAMAJE ROCKS ‘HAWKS Samaje Perine carries the rock, runs past the chalk, smashes the Jayhawks. On his way to a 427 yard rushing day, I even heard Kansas fans cheering him on –…

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Thanksgiving in a Homeless Shelter

November 24, 2014
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Thanksgiving in a Homeless Shelter

Clare and I had been talking for years about helping out at a homeless shelter. So one year we decided that it was time to stop talking about it and just DO IT! Her kids…

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Unicorn Bites #559

November 24, 2014
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4-year-old: How come my friend doesn’t eat meat? Me: Not everyone likes to be happy. — Exploding Unicorn (@XplodingUnicorn) November 13, 2014 Me: We’re all in the same boat. 4-year-old: We’re not in a boat. We’re in…

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Cuckoo over Coconut Oil?

November 24, 2014
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By: Michael Coté

Natural health remedies fascinate me. I am always reading articles about Mother Nature’s cure alls.  In recent months, coconut oil has been stealing the headlines. The stuff has been touted as a super food and…

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Rocky, St. Thomas and Me

November 24, 2014
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Rocky, St. Thomas and Me

Impressed by a quote he came across in a newspaper editorial, Nelson Rockefeller asked a staff aid to arrange a meeting with St. Thomas Aquinas, who died in 1274. Review of “On His Own Terms:…

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The Other Thanksgiving Turkey

November 24, 2014
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The Other Thanksgiving Turkey

Lately I’ve been driving a car cross-country. I left Hartford, Connecticut last Tuesday and my goal has been to arrive in Seattle the day before Thanksgiving. It’s been a glorious trip with excellent driving weather.…

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For the record David, I think this is nuts.

November 24, 2014
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For the record David, I think this is nuts.

For the record David, I think this is nuts but I had a look at the eBay T&C’s for Prohibited and Restricted Items and found this: We don’t allow humans, the human body, or any…

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Unicorn Bites #558

November 24, 2014
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By: Lisa

I asked my 4-year-old to draw a chicken. She drew four nuggets and a bottle of ketchup. — Exploding Unicorn (@XplodingUnicorn) November 12, 2014 Me: I did the dishes. Wife: You put one cup in…

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Just as well she has another brother.

November 23, 2014
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Just as well she has another brother.

Jill and I were conversing on matters of importance with our dinner guest. I happened to mention that between 365 million and 986 million birds are killed each year by crashing into windows which on…

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Kathy’s Points to Remember

November 22, 2014
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Woman Writing

If you slap yourself and you feel it, you’ll know you are here. If you’re happy and you know it, people will wonder what you have been smoking. Never lend your favorite black marking pen…

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