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Tips on Do-it-Yourself Funerals

April 26, 2011
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Somehow, I got on a funeral list. I am not talking about a specific funeral, but trends that go on in the funeral industry.  My first thought as to why I get the funeral updates…

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Ten Tips for Making a Ten-Item List

April 26, 2011
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Ten Tips for Making a Ten-Item List

We all like lists and we particularly enjoy lists that contain ten items. This undoubtedly comes from the fact that we humans have ten fingers, thus allowing us to easily keep track of ten items.…

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Women and the Art of Parallel Parking

April 25, 2011
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Hello, I’m David Attenborough. Well, not really it’s me Deb but I thought this article would be better read in the narrative voice of Mr. Attenborough. Welcome to my show, “Exploring the Unexplored and Nonsensical.”…

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Getting Too Attached

April 25, 2011
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I got a notice in the mail that it is almost time to hand in my leased Ford Escape.  I am so upset by this; I love my car. I was sort of hoping that…

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YummySlim Diet Candy and Powerbra Present the Miss Supermom USA Pageant

April 25, 2011
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Mario: Welcome back! We’re midway through the talent competition, and things are really heating up! Before the break, Miss Oregon Mom, Julie Banks, left us all speechless and earned perfect 10’s for her stunning talent:…

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Man Flu

April 25, 2011
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Man Flu

Originally posted Tuesday, December 29, 2009, on My Heart Blogs To You. I learned a new term yesterday from my British friend, Christine – Man Flu. Man Flu is an interesting malady that I’m sure,…

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Sperm Selection

April 25, 2011
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Posted Originally on WordPress: August 18, 2010 The process of conception resulting in pregnancy has always fascinated me. I imagine sperm rushing toward the egg in a frantic race to be the first one accepted.…

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Talking NASCAR With Anna Kournikova

April 24, 2011
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There is an unwritten rule in the social contract that we Americans live by that states: If you say hello to someone the first time you see that individual on a particular day, you do…

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A Parent’s Guide to Body Art

April 24, 2011
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Last week, my daughter and I were chit chatting in the hot tub when she brought up the topic of tattoos.  At first, I thought I didn’t hear her correctly since the water was bubbling…

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The Fortune Cookie

April 24, 2011
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The Fortune Cookie

When my daughter was home for her last school break, she had a yen for steamed dumplings, so off we went to her favorite Chinese Restaurant.  After a nice meal, the waiter brought us our…

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Tips For the Budding Humorist

April 23, 2011
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Tell me: Are bugs falling from your ceiling Or squirrels being chased around your house? Could you write a funny rant with feeling Or fantasize about a trailer house? Then you may be sitting on…

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Chonicles of a Second Generation Psychic – Part 2

April 23, 2011
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In my first article Chronicles of a Second Generation Psychic, one of our  HumorOutcasts writer, L.B. Woodgate asked a very good question, “Can you communicate with the dead and if so how does that feel?”…

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The Hot Tub Oasis

April 23, 2011
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If I look back over the years, I will say, without a doubt, that the best home improvement we ever made was my hot tub. Did you notice I used the word “my”? It’s not…

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Jesus, the zombie?

April 23, 2011
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Jesus, the zombie?

My wife’s a school nurse at an elementary school and some of the real life stories she brings home are straight out of the comic books.  It may deal with a teacher or a parent…

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More Proof that My House is Falling Apart: Bugs in the Toilet

April 23, 2011
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More Proof that My House is Falling Apart:  Bugs in the Toilet

My “friends” are having some problems with their house. They already spent $8,000 fixing the leaky foundation, and they already tore down the rotten covered porch in the back and added some bushes in front.…

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Day of the Squirrel

April 22, 2011
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Day of the Squirrel

I returned home from the grocery store and was surprised that my 80-pound German Shepherd, Miss Muffie, did not greet me at the door in her usual, frantic fashion. I called out to her.  But…

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The Stolen Kiss: A Love Poem

April 21, 2011
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It was an act of pure passion The night he stole that first kiss. He savored the moment That he had dreamt of so long. He wanted to tell her how he felt But he…

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Driving my Husband

April 21, 2011
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Driving my Husband

I had a busy day, so when my husband came home from work I suggested that we go get dinner at one of the local sports bars. He jumped at the chance since he could…

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Chronicles of a Second Generation Psychic

April 21, 2011
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Chronicles of a Second Generation Psychic

 Spooky girl, weirdo, freak, witch, I’ve heard them all. Ever since I was a child I knew that I had a unique ability that was different from everyone else. I always seemed to know when…

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The Dangerous Man

April 21, 2011
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I was talking a newly single friend of mine, and one of her regrets in life is that she never had her “dangerous man”.  While men do not understand why women are attracted to dangerous…

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Thank God for Science

April 20, 2011
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Thank God for Science

Some Forms of Stress and Cynicism May Be Life Extenders A new study that followed the activities of 1500 Californians over 80 years has drawn some interesting conclusions from the findings.  A couple of the…

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