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Memorial Day Mania

May 27, 2016
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It’s not a wild mania. Devouring regular amounts of World War II history, watching countless WWII programs, listening to big band hits from the era and reading old wartime columns by Rock County Star Herald’s…

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To make a long story sport

May 20, 2016
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Sports—my 11-year-old son never really got into any of them. Until this year. When he was younger, he played soccer and tried karate, and he would’ve been good at both if it wasn’t for the…

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Friday the 13th festivities begin, teens dumber and more juvenile than ever

May 13, 2016
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By Pamela Voorhees Staff Parks and Wreck Writer Chief executive of the Camp Crystal Lake Safety Council, Isa Nyonethere, says making it home this weekend to your psycho family and friends without getting decapitated or…

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Humans employ zombie bite to reanimate Walt Disney

May 6, 2016
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By Itsas Tretch Staff Sc-why-ence & Technol-oh-no-gy Writer Walt Disney — American entrepreneur, cartoonist, animator, film producer and theme park creator — was cryogenically frozen after he died in 1966 so he could be reanimated…

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I can’t make decisions

April 29, 2016
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WIFE: So whaddaya want for dinner? ME: Ummm— WIFE: You wanna go out? ME: Yeah. Sure. WIFE: You decide. Where do you wanna go? ME: Oooh, let’s go to Maria’s Italian Deli. They’ve got that…

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