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Soup, Rock n Roll, and the Iranian Revolution

April 12, 2017
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Iranian Soup BEEF, HERB, AND YOGURT SOUP (Aashe Mast) INGREDIENTS 2 garlic cloves 1 large onion ¼ teaspoon pepper ½ teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon turmeric ½ pound ground beef ⅓ cup long grain rice 4½…

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Happy 70th birthday, David Letterman

April 12, 2017
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Happy 70th birthday, David Letterman. Seen here interviewing Celebrity reindeer Rudolf

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Why do men put their hands down their pants & other random thoughts

April 12, 2017
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Who’d a thunk it? I’d been collecting random items for my next batch of blog soup and, when I pulled them out to write this post, it turns out they have one thing in common:…

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HOPress Highlights Talented Moms Dorothy Rosby and Margie Cherry for Mother’s Day

April 12, 2017
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As the most important holiday of the year approaches—yes, Mother’s Day—there is no holiday more important. It would behoove you not to argue with this premise.  Who doesn’t love a mother? Not sure of what…

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My Poetic Nemesis

April 12, 2017
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April is the cruelest month, wrote T.S. Eliot, and as a poet he knew whereof he spake. (Archaic past tense provided at no extra cost.)  April may be Poetry Month, but April is also the month in…

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So this is what a panic attack feels like…

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Joel Tannenbaum, Who Brought Christian Conservative Commentator Kayleigh McEnany Home for Passover Dinner

April 11, 2017
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        We’d been going out for almost three months now and it being Passover I decided the time was right to bring my girlfriend home to meet Mom and Dad. So it…

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Turbulent Times

April 11, 2017
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A United Airlines passenger was badly hurt from what looks like rocky turbulence on a flight yesterday. What makes this turbulence unique was that the plane was stationary. In civilian lingo, that means on the…

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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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Do You Need a Professional Tax Bisexual?

April 11, 2017
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Oh and dont let me tell u about TAXES! Did you know that it is NOT a law that you HAVE TO PAY TAXES? Wow..hold up..droppin 2 much knowledge.”           Twitter tweet from “professional bisexual”…

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Are there any professional fridge-understanders out there with 2-3 yrs experience who can help this dude?

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Out of the Frying Pan and into the Microwave

April 10, 2017
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It seems that when people meet my partner and me, they always want to know who’s the cook, and I always ask myself, why does it matter? Most people want to automatically assign roles in…

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For Francis, Busted Bracket Has Shattered Myth of Papal Infallibility

April 10, 2017
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VATICAN CITY.  It’s been a week since North Carolina won its sixth NCAA men’s basketball championship, but there are still hard feelings–not among the fans of Gonzaga University, which lost the final game by 71-65–but…

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Do you dare to dream small?

April 10, 2017
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Bucket lists are fashionable, with people grasping to fulfill lifelong dreams. I don’t know about you, but I am intimidated by some of these lists that look like a ‘to do’ list for overachievers. And…

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I’m not a professional Birthdayologist but I’m pretty sure that’s not how birthdays work…

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Famous Sayings

April 9, 2017
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  “I see,” said the blind man as he picked up his hammer and saw. – anonymous “I hear,” said the deaf man as he gathered his flock and heard. – Phil Anderer “I feel,”…

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Me and My Code Talker

April 9, 2017
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It’s Saturday morning, which means the tension is starting to build for our weekly out-of-home social interaction. Regardless of whether we get together with people in a higher income bracket or a lower, my wife…

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The Ultimate Modern Humor Article

April 8, 2017
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Researchers at various humor think tanks and humor websites have been exhaustingly searching for clues on how to adapt comic articles to our modern times. With the increased dumbing down of the intellect imposed on…

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Dog walk has a second purpose

April 8, 2017
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I could walk my dog past other people on walks (“Oh, he’s so cute!”), by kids on skateboards (out of nowhere, they come piercing through the quiet evening), through construction zones with jackhammering (Thd-thd-thd-thd-thd), into…

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Guy Named Mike Launches “Internet of Crap”

April 8, 2017
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WORCESTER, Mass.  Seeking to cash in on the rush to interconnectivity jump-started by the so-called “Internet of Things,” Mike Andruzzioni, a part-time cab dispatcher in this gritty industrial city, today announced that he has beta-tested…

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Don Rickles Remembered

April 7, 2017
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“If I were to insult people and mean it, that wouldn’t be funny.” – Don Rickles And there you have it, the secret to his success. These days everybody wants to be an insult comic—just…

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