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Huckabee: Jiffy Pop Squirrels Died in Peace

January 28, 2015
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Huckabee: Jiffy Pop Squirrels Died in Peace

LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas. Just as his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination begins to gain traction, former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee is facing criticism from animal rights groups and death penalty opponents over his practice…

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For One Hockey Dad, Switch to Figure Skating is Tough

January 27, 2015
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For One Hockey Dad, Switch to Figure Skating is Tough

MARLBORO, Mass. It’s Sunday night at the New England Skating Center, and Butchie Dorr is casting a longing glance at a Pee-Wee Hockey tournament final that’s about to begin in one of this facility’s eight…

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Put the Magic Back in Your Marriage!

January 26, 2015
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Put the Magic Back in Your Marriage!

Sex is the glue that holds a marriage together, because it requires husband and wife to touch each other and it’s sticky. Unfortunately, over time, many spouses drift apart because they run out of this…

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What’s a Man For?

January 24, 2015
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What’s a Man For?

It’s an age-old question, that defies analysis, and leads to a certain mental paralysis. One I ask myself as I stare out the door: “What, after all, I am here for?” If the wife’s within…

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Matt Slade, Esq., Mascot Defense Attorney

January 23, 2015
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Matt Slade, Esq., Mascot Defense Attorney

Pat Patriot, the mascot of the New England Patriots, has been arrested in a prostitution sting.                                                 The Boston Herald The buzzer on my alarm clock wakens me, and I stare groggily at the dial. …

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The Greenfather

January 22, 2015
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The Greenfather

Italian authorities seized $1.9 billion in “green” investments made by La Cosa Nostra to launder money. Reuters I’ve been recycling since a college roommate first introduced me to the activity that has become a secular…

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Colts’ Jackson Used Apostrophe to Puncture Patriots’ Ball

January 21, 2015
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Colts’ Jackson Used Apostrophe to Puncture Patriots’ Ball

NEW YORK.  The National Football League’s investigation into whether the New England Patriots improperly deflated footballs in their 45-7 AFC Championship Game victory over the Indianapolis Colts today hit a snag, literally and figuratively, when it…

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The Vast, World-Wide Conspiracy of Dance

January 20, 2015
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The Vast, World-Wide Conspiracy of Dance

Dance, according to Robin Collingwood, was the original art form, and are you really going to argue with a guy who has been referred to as “the best known neglected thinker of our time”?  I…

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Me and Jim the Wonder Dog

January 19, 2015
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Me and Jim the Wonder Dog

A trip back to my boyhood home in Missouri presents me with an opportunity to visit with Jim the Wonder Dog, the most famous native of my hometown with the possible exceptions of Dale Carnegie…

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The Grade School Fixer

January 18, 2015
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The Grade School Fixer

Like many citizens of the over-regulated nation that America has become, I didn’t even realize I was a criminal until after I’d read the law. My third grade teacher gave everybody a little pamphlet entitled…

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