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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 of security camera videos of librarians attacking students  in high…

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Break Out the Good Penguins

January 22, 2017
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penguin1

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 substitute made from recycled coffee grounds. We’re all set for…

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Trump Inaugurated, Springsteen Hardest Hit

January 21, 2017
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bruce1

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 President of the United States, another outspoken opponent of the…

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As Trump Ascends, Queens Landlords Hail One of Their Own

January 20, 2017
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trump

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 Fred D. Kalinoff, a spry 64-year-old dressed in a loud plaid…

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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 exchange for Herman’s 8-foot high aluminum foil ball, which will…

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Take Two Llamas and Call Me in the Morning

January 18, 2017
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A Massachusetts nursing home that doesn’t believe in antipsychotic drugs uses alternative methods to calm patients including a llama named Travis, whom a caretaker leads through the halls.                                                               The Boston Globe Over-the-counter generic. We…

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At the Short Story Vending Machine

January 17, 2017
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coppola

Zoetrope: All-Story Magazine unveils America’s first short-story vending machine. Press release, July 2016 Hmmm.  John O’Hara?  Naw, too fattening.   I was the only one at work on Martin Luther King Day, and the little greasy…

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Your Smoothie Advisor

January 16, 2017
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Your Smoothie Advisor

Smoothies are sweeping the nation!  Actually, they’re sort of slurping across the country, like some latter-day version of The Blob, only with cutesy names such as “Mango Tango Bingo” so you’re embarrassed to order them even though…

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I Hear the Voices of Angels

January 15, 2017
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It had been, for several years, a nagging problem; a high-pitched ringing in my ears that never seemed to stop. I attributed it to the barrage of noises I’m subjected to every day–squealing trolley wheels,…

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At the All-Night Children’s TV Station

January 14, 2017
By
kids

Boston’s public television station will create a 24-hour channel dedicated entirely to children’s programming. The Boston Globe It’s 2:55 a.m. and I’m about to go on the air for the 1,339th edition–not that I’m counting or…

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