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Alzheimer’s: Blessing in Disguise?

September 16, 2011
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Pat Robertson made news recently for suggesting that it was OK to divorce your wife if she has Alzheimer’s disease. I personally feel he’s overlooking the benefits of being married to someone suffering from such…

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Perry Invokes “God” Rule

September 16, 2011
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Perry Invokes “God” Rule

  How dare they over rule me.   In an LA Times news report by David Savage we learn that the “U.S. Supreme Court stopped Texas officials Thursday evening from executing a Houston murderer who was…

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Friday Humor Devotional

September 16, 2011
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Oh Dear Lord,  please express line Pat Robertson to your kingdom in heaven so that he may be an eternal slave to those who’ve died from Alzheimer’s  . . . oh, have him dress in drag…

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I Figured Out What Women Want!

September 15, 2011
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I Figured Out What Women Want!

As someone who was in the dating arena for most of the past summer and who has also tried online dating, I am pretty sure that I have figured out what women want. This conclusion is…

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Rescuing a Dog?

September 15, 2011
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Rescuing a Dog?

My wife and I have been looking for a good amount of time for the perfect new dog for our family. Our first two dogs passed away in the last few years and while not…

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Ask Dr. Snee: Samson Agontestes

September 14, 2011
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Dear Dr. Snee, Why is it that at the slightest touch, like when I bump them into a shopping cart, does it hurt my balls excruciatingly, but when I’m pounding away during sex, they’re slapping…

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Levi Johnston – Author

September 14, 2011
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Levi Johnston, the man who knocked up Bristol Palin has a tell-all book coming out. Yes, this literary opus will be his answer to the tell-all book that Bristol Palin wrote which slammed him as…

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He Didn’t Do It, Dammit

September 14, 2011
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He Didn’t Do It, Dammit

Really, you can not make this stuff up. Apparently, earlier this month, Gumby tried to rob a 7-11 store in San Diego, however, without his pony Pokey, and hands like slippery, felt frying pans, this…

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Collecting Husbands and Stamps

September 14, 2011
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I’ve had two husbands which at one time seemed like a lot. However, I met men and women who are on their third, fourth and fifth spouse. It’s a little jaw dropping but seeing as…

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Cheering for Death – the New American Way?

September 14, 2011
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At a recent GOP debate, the audience laughed and applauded at the idea of allowing a  man to die because he had no health coverage.  This cold-hearted disregard for human life came from the same…

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Tea Party and Ghostbusters 3

September 13, 2011
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The producers of Ghostbusters 3 would save a lot of money by casting members of the Tea Party, since they already have the white sheets.

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Skirt Chaser

September 13, 2011
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Skirt Chaser

If you’re a skirt chaser, you’re in for a big surprise in Scotland.

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Did Ron Jaworski’s On Air Slip Warrant an Apology?

September 13, 2011
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So, Ron Jaworski said the “S” word on the air last night while broadcasting Monday Night Football on ESPN.  I didn’t even notice it. That probably means I either watch too much cable or I…

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After Divorce

September 12, 2011
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If they made a movie about my life after divorce, it would be called Free Willy.

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I Am Woman

September 12, 2011
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I Am Woman

I am in a deadline writing cycle which basically means for two weeks I work all the time and nothing around me gets done unless I can get it done without leaving my computer for…

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Order in the Court (Chamber)

September 12, 2011
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The gavel slammed down so hard, the sound reverberated throughout the tight chamber. Judge Pastel screamed, ORDER! The room quieted. The defendant made his case, “You have no idea what I’m going through, Your Honor.…

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Second Job Opportunities in a Struggling Economy?

September 12, 2011
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Last Tuesday evening my midget friend (Roger) and I went down to that new bar that just opened on Oak Street, named the “Liver–B-Gone”. The pub used to be called “The Evil People” until the…

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Europe, I Think

September 9, 2011
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I’ve never actually been to Europe, but I think I know a lot about it from what I’ve seen on TV. There’s no mistaking that they’re pretty backwards compared to the technologically advanced United States…

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Nightmare at Macy’s

September 9, 2011
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YOU’RE WALKING DOWN a crowded street and to your horror, you notice the people looking at you and laughing. They’re pointing at your nether regions and when you look down, you notice that you are…

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Friday Humor Devotional

September 9, 2011
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Friday Humor Devotional

  Dear Lord, do not  judge me for what I’m about to receive.  It’s not often she volunteers to give me a blow job, Amen.

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Guilt, Charities and Tastykake Krimpets

September 9, 2011
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Guilt, Charities and Tastykake Krimpets

TastyKake revealed © by SanFranAnnie Another charity called while I was eating dinner last night.  I used to be on a no-solicitation list, but I guess that list has expired because solicitors are calling almost…

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