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A Stand Against Reverse Sexism

August 10, 2011
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Every year, network television producers have a challenge laid before them: to break new ground on sitcoms with the same tired Tim Allens and former Roseanne kids. One way is to go with the familiar,…

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Shark!!!!!

August 9, 2011
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Shark!!!!!

Summertime and shark tales, or shark tails! Shark! Oh no! Look at that shark! Get out of the water, please, oh my, the water seems so scary and dark. Move out of the way I…

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Facebook vs. Satan

August 9, 2011
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I saw this on someone’s Facebook status: “When you carry the Bible, Satan gets a headache When you open it, he collapses When he sees you reading it he faints When he sees you living…

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Voting

August 9, 2011
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A recent Gallup poll shows that 13% of Americans disapprove of the job that Congress is doing. In other news, 87% of Americans are really bad at voting.

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Getting Published in the Modern World

August 9, 2011
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Getting Published in the Modern World

It used to be that “fiction” writers like Kitty Kelley had dibs on the tell-all books about famous celebrities, but since the world of publishing has opened its arms and wallets to this type of…

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The Beer Facts

August 8, 2011
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In college I majored in Graphic Design.  However, part of the curriculum was Product Advertising .  We were given mock products and instructed to create an entire advertising campaign from the ground up. I remember…

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Street Art

August 8, 2011
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Last year’s movie, “Exit Through the Gift Shop,” was a wildly entertaining journey, showing the underground night life of well-known street artists, including Shepard Fairey, Mr. Brainwash, and the enigmatic Banksy. I was thoroughly captivated…

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Facebook and Mondays

August 8, 2011
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This just in from FB friends: apparently Mondays suck.

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Bambi Antlers and Baseball

August 8, 2011
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Bambi Antlers and Baseball

  I sometimes wonder how people discover things. For instance, how did the caveman discover fire?  And when he did ascertain its value, how did he know to throw a carcass on that fire and…

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Good Medicine

August 8, 2011
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I like to think that fisting was discovered by accident, like penicillin.

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Before Google

August 7, 2011
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Before Google, I used to search through underwear drawers to find answers.

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To Slap or Not to Slap

August 7, 2011
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Comedian Larry Miller said, “Women, you don’t have any idea what men are thinking, and if you did, you would never stop slapping us.” Okay. Well, women as we get older, don’t actually care so…

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War of the Worlds – My Version

August 6, 2011
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War of the Worlds – My Version

It was just about 2 PM, and I decided to fold some laundry. I clicked the TV remote hoping to find a scary movie that would entertain me while I finished my laundry drudgery.  When…

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Everyday miracles

August 5, 2011
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Ever notice that the people who oppose both abortion and contraception consider babies miracles even though they happen every nine months in their world?

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Parents Nite Out

August 5, 2011
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What is parents nite out? And why did I spell night “nite”? Parents nite out is a time for the adults in a relationship, where there are also children involved, to go out, child-less, into…

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More Tea Mommy?

August 5, 2011
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Never drink anything offered to you by your  two year old daughter, when the only thing she can reach is the toilet bowl.

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Lounge Lizards and Me

August 5, 2011
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Reptiles creep me out. They are slimy, slithery and scary. As as child, I was forced to go in the Reptile House at the zoo because my parents wouldn’t let me wait outside alone. I…

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Legal Burglars and the FBI — Another TV Show in the Making?

August 4, 2011
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Legal Burglars and the FBI — Another TV Show in the Making?

You feel safe knowing that the police are hunting down criminals whose goals are to break into your home and wreak havoc while you are gone. But what happens if the criminals you fear are…

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Ask Dr. Snee: Hosing out the ol’ mailbox

August 3, 2011
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Goodness-fucking-gracious, this mailbox is full to the sphincter! Time to hose it out and read any letters that survive the deluge. Dear Dr. Snee, What’s a colonic? My girlfriend keeps wanting me to go with…

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The Muscle Confusion Workout — Is my Pain Worth It?

August 3, 2011
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The Muscle Confusion Workout — Is my Pain Worth It?

I will admit that my brain is already addled from everyday wear and tear. It can get confused easily, so I try not to overload it with too much information. So, in an effort to…

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The Consequence of Misspellings

August 3, 2011
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“Loose Yourself” By M&M Look, if you learned your spelling, From the internet, Would you write this song? His head is sweaty, knees weak, stomach heavy, There’s food caught in his beard like a yeti,…

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