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REAL ESTATE The Pro’s & the CON’s – ThePoliTwits

April 13, 2011
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Humorist Will Roberts & Artist/Actor Jimmy Mulligan banter back and forth about the political topics of the day. Today: REAL ESTATE The Pro’s & the CON’s – plenty of them!
@ThePoliTwits twitter us to put your two cents in, if you can afford it! – Political Crossfire – REAL ESTATE The Pro’s & the CON’s
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Do You Suffer From Paronomasia?

April 13, 2011
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I just learned that I suffer from paronomasia. Actually, I may cause more suffering than I experience myself, since this “disease” is the act of punning! I was raised in a liberal environment where punning…

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Donald Trump, Isn’t Real Estate What Got Us in This Mess?

April 13, 2011
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Donald Trump, Isn’t Real Estate What Got Us in This Mess?

  Folks, I am TRYING to focus on the important country matters at hand (budget), but like many of us here in the USA I can`t, because of this Trump/Obama birth certificate THING. I wrote…

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From Pez Dispensers to Vibrators: A Museum for Everyone

April 13, 2011
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As I was standing in line at the grocery store, I noticed a Phillies Pez candy dispenser staring at me.  Okay, it wasn’t really staring, but it was eye level with me, and the little…

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Hey! I’m Making a Point Here. So what if I am Lying?

April 13, 2011
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Hey! I’m Making a Point Here.  So what if I am Lying?

Get your facts first, then you can distort them as you please. – Mark Twain When Senator Jon Kyl told a CNN reporter that his claim about Planned Parenthood’s 90% rate of abortions “was not intended…

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Fur Flies at the Sonic Drive-In

April 12, 2011
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Embed from Getty Images This morning, there seemed to be one crisis after another. I ran out of creamer for my coffee, one of my editors needed to vent at me about another writer, and…

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What A Man Can Expect at the Doctor’s Office When He Turns 40

April 12, 2011
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So there I was nearly one year ago, being discharged from the doctor’s office. “Do you like early appointments?” “Sure” “Is February 14th of next year at 8:00am OK?” (Yes, I did at this moment…

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The Psychic and the Internet Minister

April 12, 2011
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The Psychic and the Internet Minister

I went with my friend to the psychic. Yes, the psychic. I know so many of you have opinions on psychics, but can you just try to hold them in while I tell this story? …

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What if God Just “Isn’t That Into You”?

April 12, 2011
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I try to comprehend what must be the gap in complexity between man and God. Certainly the gap is huge, right? Surely more so than the gap between, say, human and amoeba. So I look…

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Biblemania: The Garden of Eden

April 12, 2011
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Last night, I was watching one of those “religious history” shows on the Smithsonian Channel. The Garden of Eden of the bible was mentioned in an earlier portion of the show. If you haven’t read…

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The Creation of Man

April 12, 2011
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God: I am almost finished with my greatest creation! Jesus: I hope this goes better than the dinosaurs… God: This one I have created in my image! Jesus: I don’t know, this one doesn’t look…

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Up, Up and Away

April 11, 2011
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Up, Up and Away

I would like to discuss Erectile Dysfunction. Obviously, I do not suffer from the malady, and when I told my husband I was writing about this, he emitted a loud gasp and then insisted that…

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The Umpire’s Wife Has Been Ejected!

April 10, 2011
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The Umpire’s Wife Has Been Ejected!

My husband has been a baseball and fast pitch softball umpire for about 10 years.  Some umpire wives go to games to see their husband’s ump.  Me, I rarely attend. It’s not that I am…

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The Plight of the Non-Essential Government Worker

April 8, 2011
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The Plight of the Non-Essential Government Worker

So, here we are in the middle of a budget war. At this point, even if Congress get its act together and agrees on a budget and avoids a long-standing federal government shut down, it…

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The Near Electrocution of the Cable Guy

April 7, 2011
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The Near Electrocution of the Cable Guy

I an attempt to lower my phone bill, I signed up for the Triple Play from my cable company.  What this means is that the cable company now has possession of my technology soul. They…

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The Cleaning Lady Diaries

April 7, 2011
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The Cleaning Lady Diaries

Friday is cleaning day for me. Yes, that is the day I ditch my computer and bring out my mop and bucket. I hate cleaning.  Some of my friends view cleaning as some kind of…

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My New Life as a Lawn Mower Racing Champion

April 6, 2011
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Each spring I take out my lawn mower and assess its condition. Well, what that means is I turn it upside down and remove the accumulation of gunk that I never removed from the blades…

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Hello And Welcome!

April 6, 2011
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Welcome to HumorOutcasts.com. This is site is still being developed but it is now well on its way to full operation. We now have several authors signed up and many of those have already posted. As with most…

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