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The Love Affair of Adam and Eve

April 16, 2017
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We too often miss an essential fact about the biblical first couple: They’re in love. The Wall Street Journal It seems like only yesterday the whole freaking world revolved around me.  Then God had to…

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Avant-Garde Director Has Some Green With Envy

April 15, 2017
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BOSTON.  Evan Zaremba is a cutting-edge director who is sought out by theatre companies around the world.  “He brings a very personal approach to everything he does, even the oldest warhorses,” says Donald Mayerson, a…

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IRS Turns to Eunuchs for Tough Tax Cases

April 14, 2017
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HAZARD, Kentucky. Ray Bob Suggins, a career revenue officer for the Internal Revenue Service in this small town at the confluence of the Tennessee and Ohio Rivers, thought he had seen it all in his…

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Ask Mr. Car Person

April 13, 2017
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Spring is here, which means driving fun time, unless your vehicle is a garbage truck or there’s a guy in the back seat with a gun who demands that you take him to an Eagles…

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My Poetic Nemesis

April 12, 2017
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April is the cruelest month, wrote T.S. Eliot, and as a poet he knew whereof he spake. (Archaic past tense provided at no extra cost.)  April may be Poetry Month, but April is also the month in…

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Do You Need a Professional Tax Bisexual?

April 11, 2017
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Oh and dont let me tell u about TAXES! Did you know that it is NOT a law that you HAVE TO PAY TAXES? Wow..hold up..droppin 2 much knowledge.”           Twitter tweet from “professional bisexual”…

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For Francis, Busted Bracket Has Shattered Myth of Papal Infallibility

April 10, 2017
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VATICAN CITY.  It’s been a week since North Carolina won its sixth NCAA men’s basketball championship, but there are still hard feelings–not among the fans of Gonzaga University, which lost the final game by 71-65–but…

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Me and My Code Talker

April 9, 2017
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code5

It’s Saturday morning, which means the tension is starting to build for our weekly out-of-home social interaction. Regardless of whether we get together with people in a higher income bracket or a lower, my wife…

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Guy Named Mike Launches “Internet of Crap”

April 8, 2017
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mike

WORCESTER, Mass.  Seeking to cash in on the rush to interconnectivity jump-started by the so-called “Internet of Things,” Mike Andruzzioni, a part-time cab dispatcher in this gritty industrial city, today announced that he has beta-tested…

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Hope for Golf Nuts as Male Disenhancement Pill Approved

April 7, 2017
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golf1

LEXINGTON, Mass.  Tom Sholes is a certified public accountant and a certifiable golf nut for whom the first week of April is a holy season.  “During the Masters, I don’t want to be bothered by anything,” he…

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