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A Parent’s Commencement Address to His College Graduates

June 13, 2017
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[Author’s Note: Both of my daughters graduated from college this year. This is my commencement address to them on reaching this important milestone in life.] Today marks the official start of your lives as college…

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Summer Jobs for Cats

June 13, 2017
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It’s the end of the first really hot day of the summer.  I take off my coat, drop my briefcase and turn around to find the usual scene; two cats sleeping.  Rocco, the young tuxedo cat on…

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And if you look real close, you can see a real life Pastafarian…

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The President and the IQ Enhancing Injection

June 12, 2017
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Good morning. This is Isolde Klebb, coming to you from Station KRAP in Wormhole, Washington. This morning, in lieu of our usual news, recipes, household hints and off-key singing by Jerry Palmer the Used Car…

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Follow Your Leader?

June 12, 2017
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Aliens: “Take us to your leader, NOW!” American People: “Sure thing, follow us!” [Huge crowds gather outside the White House. Trump greets them.] Aliens: “Are you the leader of your country?” Trump: “Yes, I’m the…

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What is a first world injury?

June 12, 2017
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When I attended the Erma Bombeck Writer’s Workshop last April, I had an injury in the hotel room. As I opened the heavy hotel curtain wielding the drapery pull rod, I bonked myself on the…

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My Quest to Bring Karaoke to Mt. Everest

June 12, 2017
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Sometimes, it takes a tragedy to change the way we view the world. For me, it was the story of David Sharp. Sharp was a climber in distress who died 300 feet from the summit…

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Peppa Pig Jigsaw Puzzle…

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Adam West and your Batman

June 11, 2017
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R.I.P. Adam West   The death of Adam West immediately resurrected the old argument: Who’s your favorite Batman? It’s ironic that Roger Moore passed away so close to the same time: His death, of course,…

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Nazi Muff-Diving: It Could’ve Happened Here

June 11, 2017
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With summer comes beach reading, and a by-product of the season’s lower intellectual standards is that one’s literary risk-reward ratio expands exponentially, the way pole vaulting records were shattered by quantum leaps when athletes abandoned aluminum…

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Ask Senor Besame-Mucho

June 10, 2017
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The women of America suffer from a lack of passion in their lovers, the phlegmatic sons of Angles, many of which are 90 degrees, and Saxons, so stolid in their romancing. It is for this…

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Bad Advice Friday, 6-09-17

June 10, 2017
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I am ready. I am able to dispense with stupendously bad advice on time because: 1) Gravity is still working. 2) I just ate fish sticks. 3) My productivity today edged out my anti-productivity. So,…

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Wife says ‘You two are better than U2!’

June 9, 2017
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I’ve been married almost 17 years, and I know that my wife is not materialistic. For Christmas, Valentine’s Day, anniversaries and birthdays, she doesn’t want much. She’s more into the thought and love behind a…

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Fun and Games with Healthcare!

June 9, 2017
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What better time to try and laugh than now? I’m trying….really, I am. My mom provides me with great material, although I don’t think she means to, and I don’t think she’s always happy to…

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New Drug Cocktail Offers Hope for Joe Cocker Imitators

June 9, 2017
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DOWNER’S GROVE, Illinois.  Marian Busby was thinking the dinner in a private room at L’Endive, a new restaurant in this suburb of Chicago, was going swimmingly until tragedy struck.  “I was basically being interviewed for…

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Things I want from life…

1) Bon Jovi to just stop already. It’s not even funny anymore. 2) Be as happy as this camel.

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Senior Circuit Gives NASCAR Fans More Crash for Their Cash

June 8, 2017
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SPRINGFIELD, Missouri.  In this fast-growing city in Southwest Missouri, stock car racing ranks among the most popular televised sports, frequently beating major league baseball and college football in weekend Neilsen ratings.  “It goes back to the moonshiners in…

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Penis bones, healing crystal dildos, phallic cakes & other sexual trivia

June 8, 2017
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News items that make me smile or go, “Hmmm…” seem to find their way into my files. Apparently, tidbits relating to our privates have this effect on me fairly frequently, judging from the collection that…

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I’m no guesser of stuff but I’d say Jenny & Christy also have a joint email address…

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The Perfect Writing Spot

June 7, 2017
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While walking back to the Spring Shelter at Pokagon State Park, I encountered my wife with a fella named Fred. Good thing too, because I would have made a wrong turn if she hadn’t pointed…

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Excerpt from Spiritual Thriller Heartly God? by Wil 3

June 7, 2017
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Today, we bring you an excerpt of this spiritual thriller Heartly God? by Wil 3.  Shorehouse Books just released this book in early May and it is making quite the statement. I love thrillers and…

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