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Several Ways of Choosing a Wife

February 14, 2015
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Several Ways of Choosing a Wife

Here’s a helpful suggestion for choosing a wife: Don’t pick from the bin that says “Tragic view of life.” Sure, she’ll share your love of Friedrich Nietzsche, But I find that kind to be overly…

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Sympathy for the Horndog: An Interview With Dominique Strauss-Kahn

February 13, 2015
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Sympathy for the Horndog: An Interview With Dominique Strauss-Kahn

HOST:  Good evening once again everybody and welcome to Sympathy for the Horn-Dog, the show that brings you the truth the lame-stream media won’t tell you about world-class horn-dogs such as Hugh Hefner, Ted Kennedy and…

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Snow Days Burden Stay-at-Home Spouses as Adults Regress

February 12, 2015
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Snow Days Burden Stay-at-Home Spouses as Adults Regress

WESTLAND, Mass.  It’s 7:15 a.m., the time when Marci Evers would ordinarily be pouring herself a second cup of coffee and sharing a laugh with some of her favorite personalities on NBC’s “Today Show,” but this…

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Valentine Gift Ideas for the Totally Clueless

February 11, 2015
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Valentine Gift Ideas for the Totally Clueless

Surveys show that men will give women more than 36 million boxes of chocolate and 189 million roses on Valentine’s Day, making lemmings look like hip, Bohemian non-conformists. Remarkably similar-looking non-conformists. How do you make…

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Citing Risks, Health Officials Attack Third-Hand Smoke

February 10, 2015
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Citing Risks, Health Officials Attack Third-Hand Smoke

BOSTON. Todd Fleming is a commuter who actually enjoys his twice-daily train rides, even when inclement weather has others fuming. “It’s the one time of the day I get a chance to read,” says the…

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How to Have a Date by Valentine’s Day

February 9, 2015
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How to Have a Date by Valentine’s Day

It’s coming: Valentine’s Day, after New Year’s Eve, the second most dreaded day on the calendar for singles, grade school Romeos, and philanderers. Thankfully, Cosmopolitan magazine regularly publishes tips on how to have a boyfriend…

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Boston, City of Champions: How We Do It

February 6, 2015
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Boston, City of Champions: How We Do It

Four major sports.  Fifteen years.  Nine championships.  Face it; after the Patriots won the Super Bowl last Sunday, Boston is Title Town USA.  It’s never been done before, not even in New York, where they have two…

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10 Habits of Highly-Organized People, and How to Avoid Them

February 5, 2015
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10 Habits of Highly-Organized People, and How to Avoid Them

Whenever life seems to be crashing down around me, with looming deadlines and teenage sons on my doorstep saying “Your car crashed into a tree—here are the keys,” I don’t turn to religion, drink or drugs. …

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Supermodels Relieved as Patriots Break “Curse of Gisele”

February 4, 2015
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Supermodels Relieved as Patriots Break “Curse of Gisele”

NEW YORK.  When rookie defensive back Malcolm Butler intercepted a last-second pass Sunday night to clinch a Super Bowl victory for the New England Patriots, a cheer went up from an unlikely crowd; fifteen scrawny, high-cheekboned…

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America’s Hottest High School Teachers

February 3, 2015
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America’s Hottest High School Teachers

Ho hum.  Another day, another female high school teacher having sex with one of her male students.  It’s a story that’s become all too familiar, like “Fireman Saves Kitten Up Tree,” “Lottery Winner Now Destitute”…

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