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Wisdom Learned From Facebook

January 25, 2013
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Life is full of learning opportunities, and Facebook is no exception.  Here’s a few of the many lessons I’ve gathered. If you make a baby laugh too hard, he’ll wet his pants.  If you make…

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Car Shopping, Pushy Salesmen and Creative Financing Can Be Fun

January 23, 2013
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Car Shopping, Pushy Salesmen and Creative Financing Can Be Fun

On a whim the other day, I decided to go car shopping. Not that I was in the market for a car, but I received one of those flyers in the mail advertising a big…

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Rooster’s Got Something to Crow About

April 12, 2012
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Why does the chicken cross the road?  It may be a mystery why some chickens cross the road, but for a rooster who lives in Collierville, Tennessee, he crosses the road every morning to visit…

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Congrats to HOC.com, But, Donna Cavanagh, Stop Annoying Me

April 8, 2012
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Happy First Year Birthday/Anniversary to Humoroutcasts.com, the germ of an idea springing forth from the slightly warped, excuse me, creative mind of Donna Cavanagh.  Donna’s enthusiasm is so contagious it’s aggravating sometimes.  I think it’s…

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Things I Probably Shouldn’t Have Said

April 5, 2012
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You ever have one of those days?  You know, the kind I mean where you open your mouth, and the words come spewing forth before your brain checks in.  We embarrass ourselves and suddenly it’s…

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Jenna Talackova, the Miss Universe Pageant and Me

April 4, 2012
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I just read that Jenna Talackova  is going to be allowed to compete in the Miss Universe Pageant.  Apparently, there was a question of whether she could meet the legal gender recognition requirements of Canada. …

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Uncle Clyde, the Redneck Gentleman Farmer Knows How to Please His Customers

November 12, 2011
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    I ran into Uncle Clyde the other day.  Uncle Clyde’s one of those people you’re related to but you’re never quite sure how.  We have a lot of those type relatives in the…

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A Comedy of Errors in Everyday Life

November 6, 2011
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A Comedy of Errors in Everyday Life

I recently ran into an old school friend and when I asked about her life, she told me a long, drawn-out story which basically ended with her telling me she was trying to “find herself.” …

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How Can Soap Get Germs and Other Life Mysteries

August 31, 2011
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I see all these advertisements for the latest craze in our zeal to keep germs away from us — the personal automatic soap dispenser.  Not that these are new because I’ve seen them for years…

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Aunt Lottie and the Panty Thief

June 6, 2011
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I hadn’t heard from Aunt Lottie in quite a while, so I gave her a call.  “Aunt Lottie, where have you been?  You haven’t dropped by lately.  You must have been really busy.” “No, child,…

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