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Freddie Mercury and the Earworm

March 19, 2017
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Freddie Mercury and the Earworm

  Someone got my old lady dander up. Like a lot of other screen addicts, my daughter has discovered the miracle of you tube. I was already scratching my head at her watching other people…

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Volunteers Raise Like Millions for Liberal Arts Major Disease

March 19, 2017
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LAS VEGAS, Nevada.  It is Sunday morning in this desert city and the streets are quiet.  Inside the casinos, where there are no clocks, gamblers who have played through the night order breakfast at blackjack and craps tables.…

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British Intelligence Agency to Sean Spicer: Cut the Bulls@&t Right Now

March 18, 2017
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British Intelligence Agency to Sean Spicer: Cut the Bullshit Right Now Or, blink twice if you’re being held hostage…

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Koga the Gorilla Takes a Break

March 18, 2017
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Koga

Koga, a 24-year-old male gorilla, escaped from his cage at the Buffalo zoo and was captured in the staff lounge. Associated Press “How come stupid humans get lounge Koga no can go in lounge?”  …

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Grilled Pork Skewers and the History of Warfare

March 17, 2017
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Croatian Entree RAZNICI (Grilled Pork Skewers) INGREDIENTS 1¼ pounds pork loin 1 small onion 2 bell peppers (any color) 2 garlic cloves 6 tablespoons olive oil 2 tablespoons red wine vinegar ½ tablespoon Italian seasoning…

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The day a mysterious package came

March 17, 2017
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My wife and I don’t use our home phone. We use our cell phones. In fact, the only people calling us on our land line are salespeople and scammers, making me often wonder why we…

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For Some Clowns, Scaring the Crap Out of Sick Kids is No Laughing Matter

March 17, 2017
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FRAMINGHAM, Mass.  Bobby Florin will be released from St. Zepherin’s Hospital here tomorrow, but for a long time it was unclear whether he’d reach his seventh birthday.  “He was born a month premature,” says his…

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If you live long enough, you’re bound to see a leap year…

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Flower to the People

March 16, 2017
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There’s a little event going on in Philly this week, you might have heard about – The 2017 PHS Philadelphia Flower Show. It’s the show’s 188th year, so it’s not new to the area. While…

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Guest Blogger: Punxsutawney Phil

March 16, 2017
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Guest Blogger: Punxsutawney Phil  Many people are coming down hard on Punxsutawney Phil for seeing his shadow and predicting 6 more weeks of winter.  But, it’s not really his fault and he reached out to…

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Voodoo Makes Inroads in Stressed-Out Suburbs

March 16, 2017
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WELLESLEY FALLS, Mass.  Marci Scribner looks like a typical housewife in this affluent suburb of Boston as she climbs into her forest green Range Rover, Kate Spade handbag in hand.  “I’m always on the go,” she…

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One Cool Cat…

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Chicken Flautas and Mozart

March 15, 2017
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Mexican Entree CHICKEN FLAUTAS INGREDIENTS 4 chicken breasts 2 garlic cloves 1 small onion 2 tablespoons vegetable oil (4 cups more later) ¼ teaspoon cumin ¼ pound queso fresco or feta cheese ½ cup salsa…

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Today’s brave new world needs some new vocabulary words

March 15, 2017
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It’s hard to comprehend, but an orange-faced reality-TV star is now POTUS (inspiring the acronym SCROTUS—so-called ruler of the U.S.). It’s an unprecedented (unpresidented?) era in American history, and it calls for a whole new…

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Freedonian Choir Has Hit With “Songs of Romantic Remorse”

March 15, 2017
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ZLOTNGYSBJZ, Freedonia.  This industrial city is often referred to as the “Liverpool of Freedonia” because of the number of famous musicians who have plied their trade here before moving on to bigger venues in the…

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Sleeping comes so natural to me that I could do it with my eyes closed…

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Shovel Snow

March 14, 2017
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Shovel Snow

Tuesday, March 14, 2017 Today I am grateful I don’t have to shovel snow.  Sometimes if it’s a little bit of snow, I still go out and do it, but I don’t have to because…

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“Rescue Dudes” Find Shelter in Arms of Less-Intense Women

March 14, 2017
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SOMERVILLE, Mass.  Eli Tucker is a twenty-eight year old man with above-average looks and a good job, but his self-esteem barely registers on the Kinsdorph-Eisenstat Personality Index.  “Eli bears the scars of an abusive relationship,” says…

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A Picture is worth Three Words

March 14, 2017
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A Picture is worth Three Words

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President Trump: Bigger than the Babe?

March 14, 2017
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  We have a new president.  In a few days a new baseball season will also be upon us.  With it will come yet one more unforeseen presidential responsibility for the new incumbent:  the probability…

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The right to food is a human right derived from the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ICESCR), recognizing the “right to an adequate standard of living, including adequate food”, as well as the “fundamental right to be free from hunger”.

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