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Laughing All The Way To 2020

May 25, 2017
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After President Trump was elected, my first impulse was to spend the next four years cowering under the bed, whimpering. While I knew that I needed to keep track of what our new Commander In…

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Trump Blather Bingo

May 16, 2017
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(Roz Warren is the author of JUST ANOTHER DAY AT YOUR LOCAL PUBLIC LIBRARY:AN INSIDER’S TALES OF LIBRARY LIFE and  OUR BODIES, OUR SHELVES: LIBRARY HUMOR and curates the LIBRARY LAUGHS Facebook page.) Roz WarrenRoz Warren, who…

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Seven Things I Learned About Dave Letterman from Jason Zinoman’s “Letterman: The Last Giant Of Late Night.”

May 9, 2017
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Letterman felt that it was important to have guests who annoy the public because “it feels good to scream at the TV once in a while.” Letterman thought that Rush Limbaugh was “very entertaining and…

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Marilyn Monroe, Frank Sinatra And A Nice Hot Bath: What I Learned From Magazines This Week

April 30, 2017
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Actress Rita Moreno wakes up humming. People (5/1/17) Riding a roller coaster with your partner makes you more attractive to each other. People (5/1/17) The image on the commemorative stamp the Central African Republic recently…

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Roz Warren’s Doctor Who Bingo

April 18, 2017
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Fellow Whovians! At long last, Season Ten is here! So — let’s play Doctor Who Bingo!   (Roz Warren is the author of JUST ANOTHER DAY AT YOUR LOCAL PUBLIC LIBRARY:AN INSIDER’S TALES OF LIBRARY LIFE…

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Lewd In The Library

February 17, 2017
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The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue just came out, and all over America librarians are flipping through its pages and rolling their eyes. The swimsuit issue, which isn’t actually about swimwear at all, but, is, instead,…

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Roses are Red, Violets Are Blue, Here Is The World’s Weirdest Valentine For You

February 7, 2017
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For Valentine’s Day, Bob sent my college roommate Lydia a unique home-made gift. It was beautifully wrapped, in an elegant gift box, nestled in a froth of tissue paper. Lydia reached into the tissue paper…

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My Car Is As Clean As My Conscience

January 9, 2017
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Have you ever noticed that when a friend offers you a ride and you get in their car, they usually say, “Sorry about the mess,” even if the car’s interior is so pristine you could…

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Checking Out Love At The Library

January 3, 2017
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I’m 62 and newly single. How to find Mr. Right? “That’s easy!“ I’m told. “You work at a library. There’s nothing sexier than a man who reads. You’ll have your pick of terrific guys!” The…

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Periodic Table of The Schmucks

January 2, 2017
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Is the man in your life a schmuck? Consult this easy-to-use guide and see! Bd “Brooding Dude” “You’re the only one who can truly understand me. Don’t enjoy the party! Spend all evening trying to…

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