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Nothing At All

September 3, 2018
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A new longitudinal study that examined nothingness, conducted over a 100-year period, has concluded nothing at all. Said the scientists: “This is a great success for the scientific community. Nay, for humanity itself. At first, we were…

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Maybe there is hope for future generations after all…

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Maybe for vacation we should book a hospital room

September 1, 2018
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Right after Labor Day we’ll be on “vacation”. The quotes are because our vacations in recent years have been of the kind people need a vacation to recover from. My wife or I–or both–have been…

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Fashion – It is what it is…

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Running In the Rain.

August 31, 2018
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It was raining when I prepared to go out for my morning run. For me, its great news, it meant that, in all likelihood, I would have the local park where I run to myself,…

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Little Sisters of Amazon Prime Help Those Stuck in Checkout Lines

August 31, 2018
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WELLESLEY, Mass.  It’s the first day of school in this upscale suburb of Boston, and Tom Clarkson is feeling the pressure that falls on him as a stay-at-home-dad-of-three this time of year.  “From now until the…

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If Anyone Is Looking For Me, I’ll Be At The Gym…

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Donald Trump’s Letters Home from Summer Camp

August 30, 2018
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DONALD TRUMP’S LETTERS HOME FROM SUMMER CAMP Dear Mom, Camp is great! Hardly any Mexicans made it over the wall. The headmaster and the other campers don’t mind saluting me, agreeing with everything I say…

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Dairy products, especially cheese and yogurt, were found to protect against death from any cause, according to new research

August 30, 2018
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Dairy products, especially cheese and yogurt, were found to protect against death from any cause, according to new research Thanks, so glad this prescription is now covered by Health Insurance. 

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Pulled Heartstrings a Risk at Most Sensitive Man Competition

August 30, 2018
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SEATTLE.  Sea-Tac International, the airport that serves the greater Seattle area, is usually empty on a Wednesday night and so the crowd milling around just outside the security checkpoints is unusual, if well-behaved. “You want to…

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Accidentally typed “Christ Prat” instead of “Chris Prat”…

I was not disappointed…

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Will Work for Small (Fried) Potatoes

August 29, 2018
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They say that if you choose a job you love, it will never seem like work. Fair enough. I am truly grateful for the work I have, but I’m not sure I’d do it if…

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The Elusive Intruder and the Wicked Witch

August 29, 2018
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We are in month three of my spouse’s unemployment and things are looking mighty grim. Despite blanketing the internet with resumes, he’s only managed three interviews. I would have had to hire a helicopter, a…

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As is the custom, The Legendary Legend is the spokes-person for wheely good advice – That bike needs to get a grip…

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Once Again, The Yahoo Comments Page Proves To Be The Best Satire Site There Is As It Tears Up Cheeky Russian Spy’s Fundraiser to Save Her Butt

August 28, 2018
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  Once again, the Yahoo comments pages proves to be the best satire site going. Maria Butina, the pro NRA Russian gun advocate and good Trump friend (what Russian isn’t nowadays) has been accused of…

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McCain and Unable

August 27, 2018
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In response to McCain tweet, the press vilified me — Now that’s he’s dead, he’s the subject of rapture. But I prefer heroes who don’t criticize me. (You already know how I feel about capture.)…

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New Hospice Brings Hope to Victims of Fake Cancer

August 27, 2018
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BOSTON.  This city is known for its world-class teaching hospitals, and the concentration of medical technology and top-flite professionals means new treatments are often developed more rapidly in the 617 area code than elsewhere.  “It’s…

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Learning With The Legendary Legend – Episode 456, 683, 378, 389, 376, 762, 645, 732, 899, 435, 612, 674, 784, 611, 782, 224, 463, Part IV…

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Sorry, Elton—These Sad Songs Say So Little

August 26, 2018
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As reported by the BBC’s Miriam Quick, Spotify recently released scores for 35 million songs, based on “machine learning.” Quick used that data to identify the five saddest songs to top the charts since 1958.…

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