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I Was a Gigolo for a Fruit Fly Database

May 21, 2018
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ritz

Through his wife’s connections, he started managing a fruit-fly database. So You Want to Live Forever, Charlotte Allen, The Weekly Standard   As I take my seat at the end of the Ritz bar, Heinz…

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Quixote Bronson, Savior of Bored Suburban Women

May 20, 2018
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It is Saturday night in the suburbs west of Boston–no better place to view man’s inhumanity to woman. As my partner Pancho Sanza and I drift wearily from one upscale restaurant to another, we see…

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Freedonian Royal Couple Asks “Where Is Our Attention?”

May 19, 2018
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NOS GLEBNZ, Freedonia.  While the world’s media is focused on this morning’s wedding of Britain’s Prince Harry to American Meghan Markle, there are of course numerous similar ceremonies taking place around the globe that will…

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Me and Spot Make an Album

May 18, 2018
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It’s been a long winter without much of a spring in New England, and I was beginning to get worried about the malaise that Spot–the dog puppet you may remember from Pets.com commercials–had fallen into.  He’s usually a…

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Among the Embedded Cosmetic Salesgals

May 17, 2018
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The U.S. military has disbanded the command overseeing American ground forces in Iraq, but will maintain a special operations task force to finish off the Islamic State in Syria. The Washington Post   Day one…

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Return of the SWAT Team Cat

May 16, 2018
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A calico cat that was the mascot of the Boston Police Department’s Special Weapons and Tactics Team disappeared in November and did not return until January.                                                                           The Boston Globe     We were…

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Revive His Sex Drive The Wall Street Journal Way

May 15, 2018
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What to Do When a Man’s Sex Drive Flags? Do new nonsexual things together.  Take up a new hobby, try a new cuisine, ride a roller coaster. The Wall Street Journal As I entered the…

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Undergrad Grandma Teaches Younger Generation Old College Try

May 14, 2018
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Undergrad Grandma Teaches Younger Generation Old College Try

CARTHAGE, Mo.  When the roll of graduates is called this June at the University of Western Missouri, the crowd of fresh-faced seniors will include at least one with a fair share of wrinkles.  Linda “Pookie” Leftwich…

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Death Helps “Office Loner” Open Up to Others

May 12, 2018
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Death Helps “Office Loner” Open Up to Others

BURLINGTON, Mass.   Software engineer Tim Philman acquired a reputation as an office “loner” during the decade he spent at Infomatrixtech writing code for its popular left-handed spreadsheet program.  “I think human relations are overrated,” he said in…

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TGIF With the Russian Exploding Dildo Squad

May 11, 2018
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TGIF With the Russian Exploding Dildo Squad

A Russian bomb squad was summoned to defuse a ticking package.  It contained a vibrator that had been turned on by accident.                      The Telegraph Ready to roll!   Another day, another round of potentially deadly sex…

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