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I’m not a master Mathologist but those eyebrows are the square root of wrong…

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My Sinkin’ Lincoln

March 7, 2017
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When it comes to car ownership, I’m a Hyundai kind of guy. I’ve always purchased safe, practical, mid-priced, somewhat boring cars. I’d never driven anything remotely top-end in my life. But on a recent Florida…

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Trump: Pence Will Hold Dirty “Louie Louie” Lyrics

March 7, 2017
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WASHINGTON, D.C.  Responding to concerns about his mental stability, President Donald Trump today agreed to turn over one of the nation’s most closely-guarded secrets, the “dirty” version of the lyrics to the rock song “Louie…

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My imaginary son may have an elf-taught career in Reindeerism…

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Should I forgive him?

March 6, 2017
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After 24 years of marriage, my husband Patrick did something I’m not sure I can forgive. This will surprise anyone who knows him, since he is almost a saint. He is kind, patient, and always…

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At Front Office Combine, Paper Cuts Can End an NFL Career

March 6, 2017
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INDIANAPOLIS.  The NFL Scouting Combine for college football players ended today, but Tom Edesman, facilities director at Lucas Oil Stadium, says he will just be re-arranging things, not putting them away.  “Once the jocks are…

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This is a real pizza work…

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NEWS OF THE FUTURE- Second American Civil War Ends In 2020

March 5, 2017
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NEWS OF THE FUTURE- April, 2020- Many changes have come to America in the years since the second Civil War in 2018. As you well know the increasing partisan tensions between the Democrats and Republicans,…

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Wire Tap Shoes

March 5, 2017
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I think there was a wiretap in my tap shoes. But why would Obama tap my tap shoes? He could just take tap lessons himself. And I would show him all the moves anyway. Hmmmm…

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Kathy’s Points to Remember

March 5, 2017
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The early bird catches the worm. Therefore, it is not advantageous to be an early worm. Don’t put all your eggs in one basket, unless you hate having both hands full. In that case, if…

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There’s No Magic Bullet for This Anniversary

March 5, 2017
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I took a couple of days off for our wedding anniversary this year, having come up with a fairly simple idea, which is all I’m capable of when it comes to events like that. Anniversaries,…

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Me and Barney the Purple Dinosaur

March 5, 2017
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The weekend is my time to give back to my community and my favorite institution within it–our local public library. I remember when I was young how much I loved Story Hour on Saturday morning. Kids…

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Time is relative to how hungry I am…

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Who Knew News Report

March 4, 2017
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This week in the news, sources report the new Commander in Chief has a somewhat low tolerance for things that don’t go his way and a juvenile level of self paranoia. He blames everyone for…

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Armenian Pizza and Andy Warhol

March 4, 2017
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Armenian Entree LAHMAJOON (Armenian Pizza) INGREDIENTS 1 green bell pepper 1 garlic clove 1 medium onion 2 Roma tomatoes 1 pound ground lamb, beef, or combination 6 ounces tomato paste ¼ teaspoon cayenne ½ teaspoon…

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A Day in the Life of a Vatican Sales Rep

March 4, 2017
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For the first time in half a century, Vatican administrative staff will be required to clock in for work as part of a clampdown on slackers. Bloomberg News “Have you considered our get-out-of-Purgatory free extended…

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This one goes out to Bon Jovi…

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Die, germs, die!

March 3, 2017
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Last week everyone was sick. Not me. Not my wife. Not our 12-year-old son. But everyone else. According to my wife, it’s “kill” or “be killed.” “Stay away from the germs,” she told me. One…

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Face your fears….or not!

March 3, 2017
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I’m trying to take my daughter’s advice. Six months ago when I went to France she told me to heed Eleanor Roosevelt’s advice: “Do something you are afraid to do every day.” On that trip,…

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Remotary Publics Bring Stamps, Seals to Those in Distress

March 3, 2017
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JAFFREY, New Hampshire. Beverly Huber thought she was ready for an early spring climb up New Hampshire’s Mt. Monadnock by the White Dot trail, the steepest ascent to the summit, after a year spent hiking and…

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