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Chanukah Schmanukah

December 18, 2011
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Chanukah Schmanukah

Yes, my khev’reh, my friends, it is certainly that time of year again. The time of candles that are lit on 8 nights; the time of crappy presents and lights. It’s that time of year,…

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If Age is Just a Number, Why is Mine Multiplying?

December 18, 2011
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It’s not my imagination. It was only a really short time ago when I was rolling around our backstreet on clamp-style roller skates, riding a second-hand bicycle with pedal brakes without even thinking of putting…

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Parking Lot Peace On Earth

December 18, 2011
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Twas a week before Christmas and I was out on my own Shopping and running; I would complain and groan “What has become of this holiday season People have lost their sense of compassion and…

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The writing’s on the wall for Little Dill Y

The writing’s on the wall for Little Dill Y

Jill Y and I are not the type of parents who are likely to do anything crazy like raise our voices, walk briskly or get some fresh air. We have a simple set of rules…

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Space Aliens to Inject New Spy Gear into Human Orifice

December 17, 2011
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Space Aliens to Inject New Spy Gear into Human Orifice

Outer Space isn’t so far out… Today, believers and nonbelievers alike are flabbergasted over the latest news publicized by the notorious internet hackers, known as Anonymous. Earlier this week, members of the vigilante group broke…

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The Ballad of Juan Kerr

December 17, 2011
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When I woke up one morning my girlfriend, she had gone. Well, if I was really honest I never did have one. But if I did have one she’d be bound to up and go:…

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Tebowing a New Grassroots Movement?

December 17, 2011
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There’s a grass roots movement afoot by young people that seems to flaunt authority.  They don’t seem to have any specific agenda but they have made life difficult for other people by congregating in public…

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Spiked OJ: What is Your Problem?

December 17, 2011
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Some mothers are complaining to the government that chemicals in the pasteurization process add a secret ingredient to orange juice that is not good for their kids and they are petitioning for this to be…

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Scurvy Jane used to work in a box factory and has the personality of somebody who used to work in a box factory.

Hot off the hot press today is a product that’s so hot that it actually burns. We’re not talking about a product that’s merely warm like the reception Jodie Foster is going to get for…

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A Shower Song for Christmas

December 16, 2011
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There is nothing more enjoyable than singing in the Shower.  Unless you might add Christmas Carol music. Wait a moment. What if we sang a song in the shower about taking a shower to the…

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Holiday Fun #2

December 16, 2011
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Can’t figure out what to get your kids for Christmas? That’s ok, I’m here to help. Why not get them a stick? They’re fun to play with, and according to Jonathan Liu at Wired Magazine…

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Silliman’s Year End Sports Limericks

December 16, 2011
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Silliman on Sports By Stan Silliman  Late Season Sports Limericks  Lots of people have asked me (okay, make that one person, my friend, Hal Fast) why there weren’t more sports stories done in limerick form.I…

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Holiday Fun #1

December 16, 2011
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Are the holidays getting you down? Here’s a sure fire way to cheer yourself up, and have a good time doing it. Get yourself a pair of tan khakis, a red shirt, and a clipboard,…

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I Can Flush All By Myself

December 16, 2011
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Okay, I’m just going to come out and say it: I don’t like men’s room attendants. I don’t see the point. I hate how you feel pressured to tip them. Don’t get me wrong, I…

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How I Will Change the World for the Better in 2012

December 16, 2011
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  I want to  make a difference in the world. After much reflection, I thought these contributions would be okay especially if the world ends at the end of next year. Then, I wouldn’t have…

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Crass Commercialism in Sports

December 16, 2011
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Yes, our book came out over a year ago but I maintain it’s still pertinent.  That’s why I’m plugging it. Also to get sales. Crass Commercialism In Sports Welsh superstar rugby player, Gareth Thomas, came…

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Friday Humor Devotional

December 16, 2011
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Dear Lord, I’m so sorry about the prune danishes I left out for Santa. Please tell Mrs. Claus I’ll be happy to pay for his dry cleaning and his sleigh to be detailed. Oh, and the…

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Rick Tebow

December 16, 2011
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“Let me tell you — I hope I am the Tim Tebow of the Iowa caucuses. ” – Rick Perry. So, in other words, Rick’s lofty aspiration is to succeed despite his many shortcomings. He…

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America’s Got Talent…Sort of

December 16, 2011
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Howard Stern will judge on “America’s Got Talent”. It’s a perfect pairing of a once powerful media giant with dwindling figures…and NBC

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Sheep Placenta Extract

Sheep Placenta Extract

When Jill Y woke up this morning, she was the same miserable, angst-ridden, cynical daughter of a Bon Jovi fan as before but she had drastically changed. Gone wasn’t the lack of tolerance she has…

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The Business of Getting Out of People’s Business

December 15, 2011
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The Business of Getting Out of People’s Business

The Obama family is featured in the latest issue of People Magazine. In the interview, Obama tells People his family isn’t on Facebook because he doesn’t want people knowing his business. The President: “Why would…

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