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The Unashamed Subway Seat Thief

February 7, 2012
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The New York City subway system accommodates over 7 million rides each week.[1]  A good portion of these are repeat customers, so the number of actual riders is probably much lower, but you get the…

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The Daring Young Man on the Traffic Light

January 31, 2012
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News stories can be a rich source of laughs.  Take this one, for instance: AP ­ Tuesday, June 28, 2011 NEW YORK (AP) — A man who climbed atop a traffic light and briefly stopped…

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Why I Hate Checkout Lines

January 30, 2012
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I do everything right when choosing a checkout line.  I try to avoid the slow checkers.  I look to see how many people are in the line and how many of them have overflowing carts…

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Nobody Loves Humor Writers

January 27, 2012
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To the Literary Set, humor writers are one step above greeting card poets in the literature hierarchy.  We are categorized as next-to-lowest of the low, among the dregs of the literary world.  I’m not making…

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Okay, Now What?

January 24, 2012
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I was kind of stewing around, trying to think of something to write about.  Then I read Donna Cavanagh’s Curing the Blues, right here at http://humoroutcasts.com/2012/curing-the-blues/ .  I said to myself, “Depression.  Hmmm.  Kathryn, if…

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Saturday Morning With Harmony the Cat

January 15, 2012
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Cat: 1. walking ego with an attitude problem; 2. alien that took over Earth millennia ago (from “Definitions You Won’t Find in any Webster’s New World Dictionary,” http://www.opusforfour.com/definitions.html ) Before I go any further, I…

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I Pledge Allegiance to The Cat

January 11, 2012
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I adopted my cat from the New York City ASPCA in March of last year.  The ASPCA was careful to give me all the information they could about my cat’s background and to make sure…

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Being Catholic is Good for the Brain

January 3, 2012
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They say that the more you exercise the memory functions of your brain the better it works.  This is otherwise known as “Use It or Lose It.”  If this is true, it is a good…

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This New Year I Resolve to Make Resolutions

December 29, 2011
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I usually skirt the problem of New Year’s resolutions by avoiding them altogether.  That makes things much easier.  You can’t feel guilty about not keeping any resolutions that you never made to begin with. This…

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Dearest Santa:

December 23, 2011
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Dearest Santa: It has come to my attention that, because of the nature of some of the activities I have allegedly been involved in this past year, there is a real possibility that I am…

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