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Mr. Popularity – The Early Years

March 5, 2019
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I am often asked, “Tim, were you always so popular and beloved by all who know you?” Admittedly this question is usually posed during a recurring dream in which Scarlett Johansson presents me with the…

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Citing Safety, FAA Limits Blogging by Air Traffic Controllers

March 5, 2019
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SCHENECTADY, N.Y. Floyd Curtin has been an air traffic controller at Mookie Wilson International Airport here for nearly twenty years, but he is more widely-known as “Rat Dog,” the “screen name” he uses for his…

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The Moods Of Emma Watson v The Moods Of Kristen Stewart…

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Happy Birthday, Sicko

March 4, 2019
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I’d be remiss–and in trouble–if I didn’t say happy 7th wedding anniversary to the love of my life, Emily Hunter. That wasn’t her original last name; just wanted to make that clear. That’s Emily on…

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You’re All Fired!!

March 4, 2019
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Me and Debussy and Our Respective Mannequins

March 4, 2019
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Debussy’s personal life brought some unhappiness in his first marriage in 1899 to a mannequin, Lily Texier. Keith Anderson, liner notes to Debussy: Orchestral Works vol. 7 *sigh*  She’s so lifelike!   I’m sitting in…

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HumorOutcasts Interview with Jim Saunders Author of “Animal Dances”

March 4, 2019
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This podcast is an interview with Jim Saunders who is the author of, “Animal Dances.” “Animal Dances” is a World War I historical fiction novel which combines extensive research of WWI along with eyewitness accounts…

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Uh oh, uh oh, uh oh, oh no no Uh oh, uh oh, uh oh, oh no no Uh oh, uh oh, uh oh, oh no no Uh oh, uh oh, uh oh, oh no no…

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‪Breaking: Jonas Brothers Reunite

March 2, 2019
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Breaking: Jonas Brothers Reunite.  Man, they’ve aged like crap!   

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“A Patch of Pink–or Green” Tells Sad Story of the Colorblind

March 2, 2019
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“A Patch of Pink–or Green” Tells Sad Story of the Colorblind

NEW YORK.  With tickets to the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival set to go on sale in four days, the early buzz from critics emerging from previews is that “A Patch of Pink–or Green” is the…

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Rubber Ducky, The Musical

March 1, 2019
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Those that know us as a family, know that I am the proud mom of an adhd kiddo. We have been seeing a therapist to help us with all sorts of problems like the electronics…

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One Thing We’re Not Giving Up!

March 1, 2019
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  Today I am grateful for one thing we’re not giving up.  That’s a bundle, isn’t it?  Look, as you start aging you wind up giving up a lot of stuff you had no intention…

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Runner’s oxymorons:

March 1, 2019
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Runner’s oxymorons:

“Run Fast” You’ve got to be kidding, at my age? My mantra is “A 12 minute mile is just as far as a 6 minute mile”. “Easy Miles” What’s the point? If it was easy,…

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Healthcare for All–Except for Teen Seals

March 1, 2019
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A young seal crawled up a steep embankment and crossed four lanes of traffic to get to a hospital in Portland, Maine.  Male groundskeepers encouraged it to move on, and it was ultimately removed by…

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Go Johnny, Go, Go, Go…

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Among the Painterly Poets

February 28, 2019
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He brought his aesthetic approach to the inner life of colors in a series of 10 poems commissioned in the early 1960s by one of his clients, Fuller Paint Co. Obituary of Ken Nordine, “word…

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Wisdom for Dummies

February 28, 2019
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Chefs recommend you keep your pantry well-stocked with staples. I’m not sure why though. Most people keep their stapler in their office.

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Outhouse Racing Right up My Alley

February 28, 2019
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When I found out that only 25 miles from my home there’d be outhouse races—outdoor potty houses on skis competitively sliding down a snowy slope—I couldn’t wait to “go.” As soon as I arrived at…

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Hide And Seek World Champion…

My imaginary kids wanted to play hide and seek. I put my beer down and politely asked them to leave the cockpit and let daddy work. There is however one who takes the game of…

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Melania, What Are You Thinking?

February 27, 2019
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Melania, What Are You Thinking?

I’ll admit it: Melania Trump’s stare gives me the willies. The frozen expression she frequently displays communicates the sangfroid of someone who has just bitten the head off of a live ferret and swallowed it…

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A Millennial’s Bill of Rights

February 27, 2019
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[Note: This week Humor Outcasts turns over the editorial reins – and hope we don’t regret this decision – to five outspoken millennials – Ryan, Amanda, Justin, Kayla and Tyler (at right) – who have…

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