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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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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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Doctor … Who is a Woman?

July 20, 2017
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Doctor Who fans are aghast, or deliriously happy, that the show’s main character is having a sex change. Non-Doctor Who fans are saying the same thing they always say when they hear details about the…

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Adam West and your Batman

June 11, 2017
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R.I.P. Adam West   The death of Adam West immediately resurrected the old argument: Who’s your favorite Batman? It’s ironic that Roger Moore passed away so close to the same time: His death, of course,…

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Twenty-two signs I am not aging as gracefully as I’d like

May 11, 2017
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1. More and more frequently, when I come out from the grocery store I can’t remember where I parked the car. 2. When I use the trimmer to clean out my ear and nose hair,…

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Mr. Wartley’s Interview

April 2, 2017
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RECORDED ANNOUNCER: This is KRAP TV in Armhair Grove, Idaho. Stay tuned for The Meg Measle Show, coming up now. (Four bars of crappy, upbeat music) MEG MEASLE: Hello. My guest today is Mr. Rob…

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The Great Remote Control Conspiracy

January 9, 2017
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Many people tell of socks that disappear into an undiscovered dimension of an automatic washing machine. My socks do not abscond in the laundry room, for which my feet are grateful. I can’t say the…

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Not So Rockin’ New Year’s Eve

January 2, 2017
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I didn’t bother to make plans for New Year’s Eve. I’ve lived in Richmond for a short period of time and have yet to make the kind of friends I wanted to welcome 2017 with.…

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Star Trek at Fifty

September 10, 2016
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One of my earliest memories was watching the Apollo Moon missions on TV. One of my other earliest memories was hiding behind my mother from a frightening image on TV: a giant, alien, disembodied head.…

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When I Was a Kid …

July 10, 2016
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SLIGHTLY OFF THE MARK   Nothing makes a person feel older than when they start telling those “when I was a kid” stories. Example: When I was a kid I really did have to walk…

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