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Pay For a Pumper at Naughty Bingo

February 19, 2017
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So here’s the scenario: You want to support your local volunteer fire department, so you go to their fund-raising bingo night. And it’s your lucky day! You get the B-12, and the I-C, and the…

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Brownie Heart Attack

February 17, 2017
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For Valentines Day, Emily said she would make me some brownies. That’s about all I need in life, really. Well, and a cup of milk. But what she ended up making–shown here fresh out of…

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Glow in the Dog

February 3, 2017
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I gave the grand-twins a glow-in-the-dark model of the solar system for Christmas, but my daughter tells me the planets won’t glow. Now I’m beginning to worry that my dog may have licked the glow…

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Christmas In Almost February

January 30, 2017
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Winter almost beat the Hunter family Christmas celebration. Almost. But in the end we celebrated, if only a month or so late. First there was illness. Then work schedules. Then more illness. Then weather. Illness.…

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Fun With Inaugurations (No, not THIS inauguration!)

January 18, 2017
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This is inauguration month. You probably didn’t realize this, unless you’re one of the few people who followed the 2016 Presidential election. I mean, who paid attention to that? It was the single nastiest election…

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2016 Was Weird

December 31, 2016
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This was written, by the way, before Carrie Fisher passed away.   It was a strange year. In many ways 2016 was a crappy year, even if you weren’t a Democrat. The weather was so…

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Tripping On the Weather

December 26, 2016
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Have you ever looked back at something you did, and realized you’d been warned all along not to do it? I don’t mean like when you were a kid, and your mom told you not…

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How the Scrinch Loved Christmas … Songs

December 22, 2016
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Years ago I DJ’d part time at a local radio station, and happened to be on duty when the boss decided it was time to start the Christmas season with the Gift of Music. He…

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Making the Holidays More Holiday-ish

December 15, 2016
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I always feel a little disjointed when the holidays arrive. I’ve never ready for Thanksgiving, which is followed within hours by Christmas, and minutes after that by New Year’s Eve, followed immediately by several months…

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Hoosier influence in the election of ’16 … 1916

November 24, 2016
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I’ve been so busy that I completely forgot this column, which I wrote in October. But considering it mentions the election, maybe a little time was just as well.   SLIGHTLY OFF THE MARK It’s…

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