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United Airlines Brings Back Its Friendly Skies

April 25, 2017
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Lately, United Airlines’ longstanding motto, Fly the Friendly Skies, has taken a serious tumble. On a recent flight four passengers were told they had to disembark to make room for airline personnel. One of the…

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If I Ruled the World

April 18, 2017
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The world is falling apart. People are oblivious to the needs of others. It seems nobody ever holds the door open for the next person anymore. We’re all in a rush. We blame others for…

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How to (Almost) Kill Kittens Without Really Trying

April 11, 2017
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Let me set the record straight: I love kittens – and cats of all ages and breeds – with the exception of Persians (I just don’t trust those shifty little eyes). My wife and I…

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12 things I admire about my dad – By Emily Jones

April 4, 2017
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[Note from Tim Jones, author of the weekly humor blog View from the Bleachers: This week, I’ve invited my high school daughter Emily to take the reins of writing my Humor Outcasts column for the…

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Being a People Pleaser Can Get You into Trouble

March 28, 2017
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[WARNING: This blog post contains a visual image which some readers may find offensive and which could cause nightmares. Elderly people, young children and readers with weak constitutions may wish to avoid proceeding further.] There…

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My Confession to My Readers

March 21, 2017
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Lately, I’ve been carrying a heavy burden that I need to get off my chest. There are many things I feel guilty about, and I just have to come clean about them. In the spirit…

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My Sinkin’ Lincoln

March 7, 2017
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When it comes to car ownership, I’m a Hyundai kind of guy. I’ve always purchased safe, practical, mid-priced, somewhat boring cars. I’d never driven anything remotely top-end in my life. But on a recent Florida…

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My open letter to the guy crossing the street against traffic without looking up

February 28, 2017
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Dear person who never looks up while crossing the street, no matter how much traffic there is, Hey, how’s it going? I hope I didn’t interrupt you from anything important. Please, by all means, go…

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The Very Happy Story of Snowball and MooMoo

February 21, 2017
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This is the story of Snowball and MooMoo, two very, very happy kittens. At first, they weren’t very happy at all. No, they were scared. And cold – because they were born one November morning…

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Top Stories in The News – Alternative Facts Edition

February 12, 2017
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[The following news summary has been approved by the White House Ministry of Clarifying Communications and Truthful Facts, the greatest, most truthlike communications ministry in American history.]  Contrary to the endless lies propagated by fake…

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