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Brian Kiley’s Twitter Comedy

January 30, 2018
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HumorOutcasts.com is proud to present the tweets of comic and writer Brian Kiley. HOPress will be releasing two of Brian’s novels. First up is the re-release of The Astounding Misadventures of Rory Collins in February. Follow Brian on Twitter @kileynoodles

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Lower Your Clothing Bill With Undiscards

January 30, 2018
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I was passing by the Irish Famine Memorial at the corner of School and Washington Streets in Boston yesterday, a spot favored by what used to be called “bums.” Out of the corner of my…

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Do this and you’ll never get anywhere in life…

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Dead batteries are given out free of charge…

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Surviving The Fire, But Not the Move

January 28, 2018
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My wife and I, through no fault of our own, had to fill our SUV with boxes this weekend and take them to our house. (The boxes were full–otherwise, what would be the point?) Okay,…

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Corporate Naming Rights for Great Works of Literature

January 27, 2018
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Corporate Naming Rights for Great Works of Literature National Parks, sports venues, you name it — a corporation has its name on it. So, c’mon, stuffy world of literature, get off your high horse, and…

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A Day in the Life of a Public Transit Mime

January 27, 2018
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A Day in the Life of a Public Transit Mime

BOSTON. Park Street Station, six a.m. The oldest subway stop in America is the gathering place for the MBTA’s newest weapon against rude commuters; a specially-trained team of mimes whose only job is to fight…

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Eyeball Typos

January 26, 2018
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Today I am grateful for eyeball typos.  When I slammed the box she gave me on the dashboard of my car after my appointment, I thought one of my doctors was being very compassionate by…

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Treadmills (Ugh)

January 26, 2018
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I hate treadmills! Well, maybe that’s a little strong. Let’s say that I see treadmills as a necessary evil. When you live in the northern states, like it or not, treadmills are necessary so maybe…

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Meet Perry Block – Author of Nouveau Old, Formerly Cute

January 26, 2018
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Today is launch day for Perry Block, author of Nouveau Old, Formerly Cute. Available on Amazon in print and email formats, this book will make you laugh out loud!  Book description: Like you, Perry Block…

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My Lunch With a Nobel Prize-Winning Author

January 26, 2018
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It isn’t every day I get to have lunch with a Nobel Prize-winning author. More frequently than I see Haley’s Comet, which last came through my neighborhood in 1986, and isn’t expected back for another…

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Not all heroes wear capes…

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The Five Food Groups: Tofu, Sushi, Pesto, Godiva, and Sparkling Water

January 25, 2018
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The Five Food Groups: Tofu, Sushi, Pesto, Godiva, and Sparkling Water

If my mother (God rest her soul) had only known how eating would change over the years, she wouldn’t have spent all that time when I was a toddler pushing tapioca pudding down my throat…

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Jagoff Peanut Butter Jars

January 25, 2018
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If you’re a peanut butter eater, you will get this.  If you are NOT a peanut butter eater, you WON’T get this so hit SHARE,  move along and get ready for tomorrow’s Ya Jagoff podcast…

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There’s Something About a Billionairess . . .

January 25, 2018
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There are three of them, very different in many ways, but they share one common feature; they’re all worth at least a billion dollars.  Well, maybe two common features; for reasons not altogether clear to…

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Stinking outside the box…

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Blond James Bond Jokes

January 24, 2018
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A dastardly plot to undermine the success of the latest James Bond movie starring Daniel Craig has been discovered. Craig, being blond and one of the few actual Britishers to play the super agent, has…

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The State of the Union…. Stormy

January 24, 2018
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The State of the Union…. Stormy

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  ORSON SCOTT CART, MEET LOUISA MAY ALCART: TOP TWENTY NICKNAMES LIBRARIANS HAVE GIVEN TO BOOKCARTS

January 24, 2018
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 If you work in a library, you work with book carts, so naturally you give them nicknames. You could call your faithful book cart Bumpy, Squeaky, Rusty or Tipsy.  But surely you can do better…

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Paul Lander’s Tweet Wisdom – We Need a Wall Because…

January 24, 2018
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HumorOutcasts presents ‘Outlanderish,’ totally arbitrary and unscientific picks of the best of @Paul_Lander tweets.

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Kvetchathon Makes Whining an Olympic Sport

January 24, 2018
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INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana.  Mike Thorgrimsen is warming up for his event at the upcoming winter Olympics, but he’s not stretching out or practicing his form.  Instead, he’s sitting in his hotel room, a remote control in…

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