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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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If Age is Just a Number, Why is Mine Multiplying?

December 18, 2011
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It’s not my imagination. It was only a really short time ago when I was rolling around our backstreet on clamp-style roller skates, riding a second-hand bicycle with pedal brakes without even thinking of putting…

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The 4 Most Annoying Christmas Grinches

December 3, 2011
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It’s that time of the year again – the season that is supposed to bring out the best in us, but often does just the opposite.  The following is a brief list of people who…

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A Thanksgiving Turkey Odyssey

October 31, 2011
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THANKSGIVING DAY:  “Ooh!  Look at that big turkey!”  “I want a drumstick!”  “I want some white meat!”  “More!  More!”  “Pour on the gravy!” DAY TWO:  “Cold turkey from the fridge!  Cool!”  “Stop picking at the…

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Picking Out a Halloween Costume

October 30, 2011
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As usual, I have no plans for Halloween this year, other than to eat as many pieces of candy corn and mellowcreme pumpkins as possible before my local drug store chains stop selling them.  That…

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A Wet Story

August 26, 2011
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Newspaper stories never tell the reader everything.  Details that could make the story really interesting are always left out.  For example, in New York City a man had a fight with his father, after which…

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Serenity, Boomer Style

July 20, 2011
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All of our lives we hear about how wonderful it is to grow older. Our “golden years” are going to be the best years of our lives, they tell us.  Well, I have news for…

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To Willie Nelson

July 19, 2011
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Dear Willie, I see that you have been busted for marijuana possession again. This has gotten to be a habit with you.  This time, though, you drew a tough Texas judge who isn’t impressed with…

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