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The Map of the President’s Brain

August 7, 2018
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Fed up with the slowness and expense of modern brain research and anxious to prove that he has an IQ higher than that of Rex Tillerson, LeBron James or all the Clintons and Obamas combined,…

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The Trump Presidential Library

June 5, 2018
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White House sources reveal that planning for the Donald Trump presidential library has now begun but has encountered several early snags. The primary obstacle is the almost complete absence of books, magazines, or writings of…

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Trump TV

April 27, 2018
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It is well known by now that President Trump derives most of his information and formulates what passes as policy from what he sees on television, to which he reacts in unpredictable ways. In a…

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Donald Trump Head Case

March 17, 2018
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Some have complained that our current president, Donald Trump, appears to fail to perform the most basic functions of a president, doing nothing to safeguard the people even at times of natural disaster, mass shootings…

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Dancing School

January 31, 2018
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You could have knocked me over with a feather. A babysitter announced the other day that she had to hurry home to get ready for dancing school. Dancing school? I almost wondered if I had…

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Donald Trump: Chess Master

October 11, 2017
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Sources report that while hurricanes were ravaging Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, President Trump spent the time in seclusion, deeply immersed in study of the chess strategies of famous champions such as Mikhail Tal,…

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Donald Trump and the Eclipse of the Sun

August 19, 2017
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Donald Trump announced that it is he, not the moon, who will cause a total eclipse of the sun on Monday over Kentucky and much of the United States.  “Maybe now Mitch McConnell will come…

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Cat Chess

May 1, 2017
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CAT CHESS     Despite a plethora of cat books, cat calendars and road show versions of “Cats!,” the world fundamentally misunderstands the behavior of these often disparaged felines.  Cat movements (for those cats that…

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Excerpt from Up Front From Behind by James Kobak, Jr.

February 8, 2017
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We are so happy to bring you an excerpt from the novel Up Front From Behind from HO’s James Kobak – Donna Cavanagh   Book description: A rollicking satire of the stresses, hypocrisies and personality…

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Excerpt from HO’s James Kobak: The Wimp’s Guide to Cross-Country Skiing

January 7, 2017
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      If HO has one thing it’s a plethora of attorney writers–or  is it writer attorneys? I think we should start our own law firm: Laughing with Lawyers.  What do you all think?…

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