Cousin Eliezer the Inventor

Cousin Eliezer the Inventor

Nobody knows this, but my sixth cousin five times removed, Eliezer McDonald, invented the recliner chair back in 1830. Eliezer patented his first model in […]

You’re Never Too Old for Halloween Candy

You’re Never Too Old for Halloween Candy

Joyce Eisenberg and Ellen Scolnic write, speak and blog together as The Word Mavens. As our children get older, we miss some of the fun […]

It’s a Christmas Miracle!

It’s a Christmas Miracle!

So. I was asked to write a Trailer Trash With a Girl’s Name short story for a Christmas anthology. My mother and my rabbi were […]

As Rate Hikes Loom Investors Flock to Gary “U.S.” Bonds

As Rate Hikes Loom Investors Flock to Gary “U.S.” Bonds

NEW YORK.  Concerns about the strength of the U.S. economy and possible interest rate hikes caused a sell-off in stock markets around the world yesterday […]

An Alaskan Horror Story – The Revenge of the Salmon

An Alaskan Horror Story – The Revenge of the Salmon

Here is another entry into our “Humor Meets Horror Month” Contest. This is the first one from HO writer RFreed and this story is quite […]

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Mind = Blown…

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Cousin Eliezer the Inventor

October 17, 2018
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Nobody knows this, but my sixth cousin five times removed, Eliezer McDonald, invented the recliner chair back in 1830. Eliezer patented his first model in […]

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You’re Never Too Old for Halloween Candy

October 17, 2018
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Joyce Eisenberg and Ellen Scolnic write, speak and blog together as The Word Mavens. As our children get older, we miss some of the fun […]

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It’s a Christmas Miracle!

October 17, 2018
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So. I was asked to write a Trailer Trash With a Girl’s Name short story for a Christmas anthology. My mother and my rabbi were […]

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As Rate Hikes Loom Investors Flock to Gary “U.S.” Bonds

October 17, 2018
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NEW YORK.  Concerns about the strength of the U.S. economy and possible interest rate hikes caused a sell-off in stock markets around the world yesterday […]

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Worst Mistake Ever…

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An Alaskan Horror Story – The Revenge of the Salmon

October 16, 2018
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Here is another entry into our “Humor Meets Horror Month” Contest. This is the first one from HO writer RFreed and this story is quite […]

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WELCOME TO YOUR LOCAL PUBLIC LIBRARY – PLEASE TAKE YOUR DILDOS WITH YOU WHEN YOU LEAVE!

October 16, 2018
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A librarian pal recently posted the following question on a Facebook group for librarians: “If there were a sign that prohibited the craziest, oddest or […]

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On the Easy Listening Larceny Beat

October 16, 2018
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A Boston teen was arrested for theft when he told police the ”Tony Bennett” on the iPod in his possession was a girl he knew.                                                                The […]

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I can’t see this lasting long…

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It Comes From Within: Living With Bipolar Illness by Michael B. Solomon and Gloria Hochman — an excerpt

October 15, 2018
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In late September, HOPress-Shorehouse Books hosted the launch party for It Comes From Within: Living With Bipolar Illness by Michael Solomon and Gloria Hochman. From […]

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Ed Reform Pays Off as US Students #1 on Drivers Tests

October 15, 2018
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WASHINGTON, D.C.  Supporters of federal education reform efforts have something to cheer about today as U.S. students outscored their competition around the globe on both […]

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Its being and gone…

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Playing the Conundrums

October 14, 2018
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  I felt really arrogant yesterday so I let out some self-esteam. I bought some batteries and the electricity was sold separately. I’m tired of […]

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Losing One’s Head Over Food Storage

October 13, 2018
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  Food storage is one of those beloved, evergreen topics that readers can’t seem to get enough of. Who can resist a rousing piece about […]

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Linemen Are Always Wired Up

October 13, 2018
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I heard a noise this summer and looked around the corner to find a truck parked in my back yard. A lot of the utility […]

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A Conversation With My Mom

October 13, 2018
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A Conversation With My Mom

Today I am grateful for a conversation with my mom.  I called her the other day and got the usual litany of what she needs […]

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Cartoon: Georgetown Perp

October 12, 2018
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Written: Paul Lander Artwork: Dan McConnell

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What Do Runners Wear?

October 12, 2018
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Well, everything and nothing. While the vast majority of runners do wear traditional running attire, there certainly are an abundance of outliers that go against […]

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My Night With the All-College Girl Revue

October 12, 2018
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It’s all your fault,” I said as my fiancee peeled the lids back from my eyeballs, dessicated from the diuretic effects of too many beers, […]

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Can I get the Real with cheese???

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