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As Roadside Elegies Spread, Cops Take on Poetry Duty

November 22, 2017
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FRAMINGHAM, Mass. It’s the beginning of Thanksgiving vacation and Lieutenant Jim Hampy of the Massachusetts State DMVD is on patrol in the Metrowest area of Boston, on the lookout for college students home from school with…

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Don’t worry Dorothy. It passes…

November 22, 2017
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Poisoning your Dog: A Thanksgiving Primer

November 21, 2017
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With all the dangers to pets posed by ingesting turkey skin, chocolates, raisins, sweets, and other holiday fare, it’s a wonder that dogs celebrate Thanksgiving at all. Yet Thanksgiving is a joyous holiday for dogs,…

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Seven Tips To Get the Gifts YOU Want This Holiday Season

November 21, 2017
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Seven Tips for Getting the Gifts You Want This Holiday Season

Black Friday is almost here. I’d better get started with my holiday gift list or I’ll be in big trouble. I’m not talking about my gift-giving list. I’m talking about my gift-getting list. All year long I…

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Yellen to Leave Fed to Spend More Time on Air Guitar

November 21, 2017
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WASHINGTON, D.C.  Janet Yellen, the first female Chair of the Federal Reserve System, announced yesterday that she will leave the board of the central bank when her current term expires next February, citing her desire to…

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This world needs more Andy Lee’s in it…

November 21, 2017
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New Thanksgiving Holiday Of ‘Gratitude’ Started For Those Who Must Work On The Real Thanksgiving.

November 20, 2017
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In response to the overwhelming growth of Black Friday and its exploitation of the employees who must work in the service industry labor unions, families, certain compassionate government leaders and religious figures have petitioned and…

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Home-Cooked Turkey

November 20, 2017
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When I walked in the door, my heart fell into my stomach. Not literally. That would be a condition known technically in medical circles as “death.” I wasn’t dead; I was just dying inside. Again,…

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Security Agency Targets Snacks as #1 Holiday Travel Risk

November 20, 2017
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WASHINGTON, D.C. The Transportation Security Agency, the arm of the federal government that protects the nation’s transportation systems, today issued its holiday survey of articles most likely to be seized during mandatory passenger searches, singling…

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I left 10 phones in their custody, socialized and ate for free…

November 20, 2017
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Homemade Butter and Parcheesi(tm) Prisons

November 19, 2017
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American Appetizer HOMEMADE BUTTER INGREDIENTS 3 cups heavy whipping cream ½ cup ice water ¼ teaspoon salt (optional, to taste) SPECIAL UTENSILS food processor (best), immersion blender or electric whisk fine-mesh colander or colander with…

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HO HO HOPress: Revisiting our Releases for 2017

November 19, 2017
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As we do each holiday season, we re-visit the year’s releases and maybe a few from the prior year as a way not only to show off our authors but to inspire readers to purchase…

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Merry Christmas, Mr. Trump, In Keeping With The Situation

November 18, 2017
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Yep.  Tiny Christmas balls to go with my tiny hands  This holiday season 2017 will be the very first in many a year that Americans will be free to wish each other a “Merry Christmas!” Instead…

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Vexatious Security

November 18, 2017
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  I had just gotten back to sleep after my usual late night walk-about when my cell phone rang. My left armed flailed to the bedside table and, half awake, I’m thinking it’s awfully late…

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Turkey Bits from the ‘burbs

November 17, 2017
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TURKEY TIME—You know it’s Turkey Time when the air gets cold, the wind blows and the leaves color the ground yellow and orange. In the fall, it’s great fun to jump and roll around in…

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How We Heal

November 17, 2017
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Not our normal humor post, but Mary Farr’s book If I Could Mend Your Heart is a book we seem to all need right now. So, sharing this beautiful post. Humor still abounds on the…

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Freedonia Tries Napkins to Jump-Start Tech-Starved Economy

November 17, 2017
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SKLA NORGRZI, Freedonia.  This town of approximately 30,000 humans and 2,500 farm animals nestled snugly in the Zbiegzliw Mountain range is generally considered the “Freedonian Silicon Valley,” as the government has poured millions of zlotnys–the…

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I’m Just Average:

November 17, 2017
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Somebody asked me recently, knowing I’m a runner, but not being a runner themselves “have you ever run a marathon?” Fair questions I guess. Anybody who is not a runner and even people who are…

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In Life, My Wife Got Shortchanged

November 17, 2017
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Dear Reader, This is a desperate plea for help. Not for me, mind you. For my wife, Michele. I don’t know how to put this delicately, but my wife suffers from VID – Vertical Impairment…

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When you can’t even…

November 17, 2017
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Remember, Donald. Elephants Never Forget

November 16, 2017
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