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The day a mysterious package came

March 17, 2017
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My wife and I don’t use our home phone. We use our cell phones. In fact, the only people calling us on our land line are salespeople and scammers, making me often wonder why we…

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Kid has more fun at Disneyland without Mom and Dad

February 17, 2017
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Before my wife and I got married, we dated. When I felt it was time to see if we had what it took to be a more serious couple, we went to Disneyland. We had…

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Xmas traditions dead as a doornail

December 23, 2016
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It doesn’t feel like the holidays. Maybe that’s because I’ve been so busy I’ve missed traditions like watching “Santa and the Three Bears,” “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” and “The Grinch That Stole Christmas.” I haven’t…

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Off without a Thanksgiving Hitch

November 20, 2016
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It’s Thanksgiving—time for my Alfred Hitchcock movie marathon! My wife and nine-year-old son roll their eyes. Hey, it’s tradition. I get that they don’t get how Hitchcock suspense movies have anything to do with a…

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Pumpkin Pie

November 11, 2016
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Last year before Thanksgiving, my son, who was 9 at the time, tried to convince me that Mommy hated pumpkin pie. How can you hate pumpkin pie? “It’s one of her favorites,” I said. “Mommy…

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Humor Meets Horror – Mummy tired of being called ‘not scary,’ goes on really slow-moving rampage

October 7, 2016
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King Rut the mummy became angry last night when, during breakfast in the monster commissary at the Transyl-vein-ia Institute of Monsters, his fellow creatures of the night began ridiculing him for being slow and not very scary at all, which then led to…

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Milk Mania!

September 30, 2016
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It’s night. Good Guy is fast asleep in bed, unshakable. Outside, Bad Guy is armed, dangerous. He breaks into Good Guy’s house. If only Good Guy could hear Bad Guy down the hall, he could…

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Nobody gets to drive this but me

September 16, 2016
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I don’t like house chores at all, but my wife and I recently bought a new vacuum and I’ve since changed my attitude about carpet-cleaning duties. Let me break down the model we bought. First…

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Awful Lessons Taught by Familiar Stories

September 7, 2016
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There are fairy tales, folk tales, books and movies that have become so familiar to us that they are programmed into our nerve endings. In most cases, we are taught to see positive messages in…

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The Transyl-vein-ia traveler weary of same old charming trips

August 16, 2016
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By Togo Ornottogo Staff Trav-Hell Writer For those tired of magical sunsets on idyllic tropical beaches, clean, fresh-air hikes through majestic mountains and the vibrant nightlife of cool, cosmopolitan cities, it’s time to explore Transyl-vein-ia,…

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