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25 Random Things About Jesus, Lion of the Tribe of Judah

November 13, 2017
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Evidently this meme has been around longer than we thought. The below is a translation from one of the many scrolls discovered in 1973 by two incredibly lost and epicly stoned Grateful Dead fans when…

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Curious George Meets the 21st Century

November 9, 2017
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We all grew up with children’s story books that used cute anthropomorphic characters and bright colors to impart cautionary advice or morality tales. One of the most beloved of these characters is Curious George, the…

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Modern-Day Emily Dickinson Penning her “Hope” Poem at Different Stages in Her Life

November 4, 2017
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“Hope” may be thing with feathers, but a modern-day Emily Dickinson has a lot more on her mind than just staring out her window looking at birds. I. In high school bemoaning a,like, ginormous zit:…

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A Momentous Day in Millinery History

November 2, 2017
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A stillness came over the audience, for stillness was one of their only options. It was standing room only, and a shrugging of the shoulders or a twitching of a tail from a Thwerl or…

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Various Responses to Margaret Atwood’s “A Voice is a Human Gift”

October 31, 2017
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“A voice is a human gift; it should be cherished and used, to utter fully human speech as possible. Powerlessness and silence go together.” – Margaret Atwood ___________________________________________________________________________________________ Bumper sticker available at the Misophonia support…

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Book Club:  Mein Kampf

October 28, 2017
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Discussion questions for this month’s book club selection. While serving a five-year sentence in jail in 1925 for conspiracy to commit treason as part of the failed Beer Hall Putsch, a 36-year old Adolph Hitler…

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Anus + Pain + Time = Comedy

October 24, 2017
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Please enjoy this second piece exploring the math of comedy. The first can be found here. I am currently laid up in bed with sweet, sweet Viki* recovering from . . . I’m not making…

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Mere Anarchy, or Civics Lessons at an Amusement Park

October 23, 2017
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In line for a ride at Knott’s Berry Farm: Son: Why don’t we just cut like those people? No one stopped them. Dad:  If we all did that then no one would be adhering to…

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Achmed and Mamood’s Statue Toppling and Hauling Services

October 22, 2017
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From www.craigslist.com/services/ConfederateStates **SERVICES FOR HIRE *** CHEAP!!! **** EFFICIENT!!! *** WE COME TO YOU!!!*** HELLO, FORMER CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA!! ACHMED AND MAMOOD HERE!!  WE ARE BROTHERS FROM BAGHDAD. IN IRAQ. Your GREAT COUNTRY  removed…

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An Oral History of the Alphabet

October 11, 2017
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On Alphabetic Order Letter A: I never asked to be first. Everyone knew a Vowel would be the first. I had the same 20% chance as the other Vowels. It was just luck. I have…

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