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“Even More Ways I, Donald J. Trump, Am Better than Obama”

June 14, 2018
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“Even More Ways I, Donald J. Trump, Am Better than Obama”

“Kim Jong-un likes me best.” “My hands are smaller and daintier than Obama’s.” “Has Obama ever given Putin a sponge bath?” “Obama comes from Kenya, while I am such a true blue American I don’t…

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The Year of Airbrushed/Sandblasted Perry Block

March 24, 2018
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The Year of Airbrushed/Sandblasted Perry Block

One of my book signings, no doubt.  (No … doubt!) This year – 2018 – will be The Year of Perry Block. That’s because this year my first book Perry Block – Nouveau Old, Formerly Cute hits the…

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Park, He Said

January 21, 2018
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Lately I’ve been seeing a lot of commercials on television about cars that park themselves. Which is amazing, considering that I can barely park a car at all. I’ve been known to be unable to successfully…

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The Year of Perry Block

January 10, 2018
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This year – 2018 – will be The Year of Perry Block. That’s because this year will see the publishing of my very first book, the eponymously named – as is my blog – Perry Block, Nouveau Old…

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If Bruce Wayne Lost All His Money

November 24, 2017
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If Bruce Wayne Lost All His Money

  Hi! I’m your Uber Driver.” “Thank goodness, and not a moment too soon!” “Say, nice Batman costume.” “It ought to be. I’m Batman!” “No kiddin’! Where’s your Batmobile.” “It’s … um … in the…

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Merry Christmas, Mr. Trump, In Keeping With The Situation

November 18, 2017
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Yep.  Tiny Christmas balls to go with my tiny hands  This holiday season 2017 will be the very first in many a year that Americans will be free to wish each other a “Merry Christmas!” Instead…

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Dracula 2017 – An Epistolary Novel

October 28, 2017
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Yes, it will be my pleasure to poke you!  An epistolary novel is a novel written as a series of documents such as letters, diary entries, and newspaper clippings.  Printed in 1897, Dracula by Bram Stoker is one of most well-known epistolary novels, compiled entirely of letters, diary…

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The Boy Who Didn’t Like Tom Hanks

September 24, 2017
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I had never seen my friend Farbman so upset. He was so disturbed he didn’t even touch his second desert at lunch. “It’s my son Bruce,” he said. “In all my days, I never thought something…

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The Man – Trumpian Candidate

July 17, 2017
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If you’ve been having deja vue lately, it’s probably about the movie The Manchurian Candidate. Starring Frank Sinatra and Laurence Harvey, The Manchurian Candidate depicts the Russians planting a clueless operative in the United States to destroy democracy. Just…

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If Everyone Had a Panel of Experts of Their Own Like Hosts on CNN

June 20, 2017
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Incredible! I just got invited to a last minute party at Farbman’s house and if I’m going to go, I’ve got to get ready. I need some advice fast! Okay, I’m going to bring in…

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