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The Christmas Movie Quiz

December 8, 2017
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Any day now, they will start. TV networks will broadcast classic Christmas movies, and they won’t stop until Christmas is over. There will probably even be a marathon of A Christmas Story, as there has…

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The Christmas Song Generator

December 6, 2017
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The Christmas Song Generator

Are you tired of hearing the same old Christmas music over and over? The solution is obvious: create your own song! The easiest way to do this is to take a pre-existing song and change…

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If I Were On a “Law and Order” Jury

December 2, 2017
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Jury duty stalks me like an obsessed lover. No sooner has the legal period between calls elapsed than they call me again. It never fails. Some people are never called for jury duty. I wish…

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How to Be a Coffee (Snob) Connoisseur

November 5, 2017
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Yes, I am one of those. I love coffee, but only the fancy stuff. I don’t care if it’s mountain grown or good to the last drop or an instant road to romance. The only…

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Don’t Sit Under the Litter Tree

October 30, 2017
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The diversity of life forms on this planet is beyond awe-inspiring. Life forms include trees. I believe I have discovered a new species of tree, right outside my apartment window. Horticulturists don’t believe my reports.…

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The Birthday Party

October 25, 2017
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This is the latest contribution for “Humor Meets Horror” Month on Humoroutcasts.com. This story is from Kathy Minicozzi Dear Sister Hilda: I am submitting this for the English assignment you gave us, to write a…

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More Ancient Family History

October 20, 2017
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Sometimes you find interesting things when you climb your family tree. For example, one of my prehistoric Ice Age ancestors was the first female professional rock chipper. Her name in Cro-Magnon language meant “Pretty White…

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More Adventures in Knotty Knitting

September 21, 2017
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More Adventures in Knotty Knitting

Knitting is a legal addiction. It’s relaxing and it’s fun. You can make pretty things that way, too. The problem is, to make pretty things you must FINISH whatever you are making. I know this.…

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A Letter to Hurricane Jose

September 18, 2017
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Dear Jose: May I call you Jose? Thank you for staying mostly out to sea and only sending us some relatively wimpy wind and rain. Your cousins Harvey and Irma leveled east Texas, a good…

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Stuff You Want to Know About Coffee

August 19, 2017
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To those of us who have been sufficiently enlightened (some would say addicted), coffee is a great gift to humanity, something that wakes us up, keeps us going and makes us feel good. Some of…

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