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Ask a Terrier: Professional advice from a licensed dog

November 13, 2017
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The Veterinarian is In! Budleigh Offers Advice on Not Swallowing Pills Dear Budleigh, Daisy, my labradoodle, has a skin rash and she has to take pills. She really hates that and tries to spit them…

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No grad left behind

June 19, 2017
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Streamers and banners are down, and balloons have given up their last hits of helium. The auditorium is empty, and pomp and circumstance have been packed away until next year. Graduation is officially over. High school speeches…

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A Capital Time for Tweeting, Plus When To Shoot A Moose

October 11, 2015
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Buy Shoes On Wednesday and Tweet at 4:00 is an advice book which tells the reader the best possible time to get everything done, from flossing ones teeth to visiting Zanzibar. As a public service,…

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When Commencement Speeches Attack

July 5, 2015
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When Commencement Speeches Attack

SLIGHTLY OFF THE MARK   With June comes graduation, and I always wanted to do a commencement speech. I don’t know why. I’m not that good at public speaking, and I’d guess a graduating class…

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Words of wisdom

January 11, 2014
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Words of wisdom

Student skydiver to Jumpmaster: “If my main parachute doesn’t open, how long do I have to open my reserve chute?” Jumpmaster: “The rest of your life.” Mike CyraMike Cyra is the author of two #1…

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Cheers! A Wedding Toast To The Couple You Don’t Like

July 2, 2013
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We’ve all seen it happen:  A train wreck of a marriage, headed down a one-way track to Miseryville, with a small layover at Domestic Violence, USA. Whether it’s family, friends, or the librarian we’ve befriended in an effort…

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The man who capitalized each word he used, was not happy, but his fellow brother helped him out.

The man who capitalized each word he used, was not happy, but his fellow brother helped him out.

Apart from drinking, life is all about helping our fellow brothers and sisters in their time of need. There’s nothing worse that buying a Bon Jovi CD and then seeing the CD for a cheaper…

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Ask Kathy

May 18, 2013
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Ask Kathy

Q. Why do you look so murderous in that picture on the left? … Your fellow HumorOutcasts writers A. I always look like that. No wonder I usually get a seat on the bus. Q.…

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How Not to Be an Annoying Tourist in New York City

January 28, 2013
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How Not to Be an Annoying Tourist in New York City

In my last essay, titled “How to Talk to People in Europe Without Sounding Like a Stupid Foreigner,” I dropped some pearls of advice to American travelers in Europe. I will now reverse myself and…

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Watch more reruns!

August 15, 2012
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Watch more reruns!

According to a recent study conducted by the University of Buffalo Research Institute on Addictions, watching television reruns can have some unexpected benefits. It turns out that watching reruns, then reflecting back on the episodes…

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