Posts Tagged ‘ nature ’

Deep cleaning: is that even a thing?

April 17, 2017
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Our son, James, has shown some disturbing qualities, and I blame my husband, Patrick, who has been his stepfather since 1991. Let me explain. The other day we were talking with James, and he mentioned…

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The Olinguito: Endangered Species in My Yard

August 16, 2013
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The Olinguito: Endangered Species in My Yard

Although it’s been living in zoos for decades under a mistaken identity, the olinguito is now confirmed to be a new species of carnivore mammal related to that lovable trash can pest, the raccoon.  Scientists…

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What’s In A Name?

February 28, 2013
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I like checking out brand names in the grocery store because I’m amused by phrases that mean absolutely nothing. For example, consider a beer that is called “Private Reserve.” It’s made in mass quantities and…

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Author News: Jack Aiello Launches Photography Website

December 5, 2012
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Author News: Jack Aiello Launches Photography Website

One of our goals here on HumorOutcasts.com is to acknowledge the achievements of our writers in whatever endeavor they attempt.  Jack Aiello is a talented writer and photographer. His photographs appear on several sites, and…

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Run, Rabbit, Run

March 3, 2012
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He’s the cutest little thing, but he has to go. The “he” is a wild rabbit that lives in our suburban backyard. How do I know he’s a he? Well, he’s been here for over…

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