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For One Instructor Misanthropy is a Scholarly Pursuit

September 18, 2017
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WESTLAND, Mass.  In this suburb of Boston continuing education courses at the community center are popular, with everyone from retirees to stay-at-home moms signing up for classes ranging from plein air watercolor painting to nature…

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They Grow Up So Quickly…

September 18, 2017
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First Day Of Online College…

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Paul’s K-IT-CHEN

September 16, 2017
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Gentle Readers, Today’s blog is short and sweet. Chef Paul De Lancey Check out my latest novel, the hilarious apocalyptic thriller, Do Lutheran Hunks Eat Mushrooms? It’s published by HumorOutcasts and is available in paperback or Kindle on amazon.com

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Podcast “If I Could Mend Your Heart” by Mary Farr

September 16, 2017
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HO Press – Shorehouse Books “If I Could Mend Your Heart” by Mary Farr Podcast Interview This past week I had the pleasure of interviewing Mary Farr. Her book, “If I Could Mend Your Heart,”…

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What’s Ted Cruz’s favorite religious holy day?

September 16, 2017
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What’s Ted Cruz’s favorite religious holy day? Hairy Palm Sunday. .

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Hugh Hefner, Lonely Guy

September 16, 2017
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Two of Hugh Hefner’s three girlfriends are moving out of the mansion. Wonderwall, msn.com Playboy Mansion I’ve come to the Playboy Mansion on a mission of mercy. Hugh Hefner, my good buddy, has just lost…

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Living In Skagway, Alaska Means Wearing Extra Tuff Boots As Your Main Footwear.

September 15, 2017
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Living in Skagway, Alaska means- Having to buy used boots that are too big at the only thrift store in town after your old ones rot from all the rain and no place in town…

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Surprised by a Diary

September 15, 2017
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A recent fall nesting impulse found me mining beef stew recipes and sifting through an old Victorian secretary that sat in my living room. The secretary, chock-full of my mother’s personal correspondence, had stood undisturbed…

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Random Bits from the ‘burbs

September 15, 2017
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GOOD REASON—There’s a perfectly good explanation for the garage band down the street. I’m told someone will make up the explanation later. FREE COUCH—My 6-year-old son and I were on a walk to the park…

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Life’s Journey: An analogy for runners

September 15, 2017
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Life’s Journey: An analogy for runners

Many of the same experiences we all encounter during our life’s journey are analogous to those of us who consider ourselves runners.  Runners are those of us among you who you see out running the…

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Intro to Rock Poetry 101

September 15, 2017
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It was one of those fashionable academic parties where emulation–in the form of whom, among the assembled group, possessed the most extensive knowledge of classic rock lyrics, and whose tastes in the matter were most…

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I can’t afford to buy Jill Y new shoes this month so I’m gonna need a ship load of this stuff…

September 15, 2017
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Phosphates and George Washington

September 14, 2017
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American Dessert PHOSPHATE INGREDIENTS ½ teaspoon acid phosphate* 2½ tablespoons syrup (your choice, cherry was the most popular) 1¼ cups carbonated water ice cubes as desired Makes 1 glass. Takes 5 minutes. * = You…

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How do you know? I’ll tell you how!

September 14, 2017
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Today you get to see one of my mistakes……..I made a video for the National Caregiving Conference, but as I’ve done since first grade in St. Aloysious Catholic School, I did not follow directions. So,…

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Life Insurance Industry Courts Young With Song

September 14, 2017
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SPRINGFIELD, Illinois.  The American Life Underwriters Association, a trade group that represents the interests of life insurance companies nationwide, finds itself in an unusual position today: instead of lobbying Congress to maintain their members’ exemption from federal…

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I Can’t Even…

September 14, 2017
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Can someone just tell the world to stop already???

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Kathy’s Points to Remember

September 14, 2017
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Kathy’s Points to Remember

We have had so many awful things happen lately, and sometimes it seems that the whole world has turned evil or tragic. It’s time to laugh at whatever we can laugh at, including silly things.…

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No Joke! Jumpstart and Finish Your Humor Project with Two Weeks of Solitude and Free Room Service!

September 13, 2017
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Comedy writer Anna Lefler, author of Preschooled and The Chicktionary, understands the time drains that keep creative types away from some of their most important projects. But instead of just finding humor topics in the…

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The Truth Will Send You to the Unemployment Line?

September 13, 2017
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Sarah Huckabee Sanders says ESPN’s Jemele Hill should be fired for calling Trump a white supremacist. If telling the truth is a fireable offense, Huckabee Sanders has job security for all eternity.

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LEAKS!

September 13, 2017
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  Women leak.  Men don’t have this problem.   Women just plain leak from every orifice.  When we have babies, our boobs leak.  We go out, we look down, and lo and behold, we have…

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You Win This Round, Low-Flow Toilet

September 13, 2017
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As I once again stand here in the bathroom plunger in hand,  I must face the reality that I have once again been defeated by my arch nemesis, The Low-Flow Toilet.  You see, in California, if…

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