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Facebook Profile Pictures

June 21, 2011
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Please, for the love of your God, tell me why people change their Facebook profile pictures so often? Everyday, 10% of my “friends” change their profile pictures… some of those people change the photo four…

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Tweets from History – DaVinci

June 21, 2011
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Da Vinci: Why, yes. At our house everyone always sits on the same side of the table. http://wcti.us/003q

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The Mayor Gets a DUI – Justice or Railroading?

June 21, 2011
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  Today wasn’t one of the high points of my life.   I spent most of the day in the Court House.    I have been keeping quiet, but about a month ago, I got my first…

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A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

June 21, 2011
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A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

Supposedly, 99% of Americans are literate, which is defined by the CIA (yes, that CIA) as “being able to read and write by age 15.” I think this is a little optimistic. In fact, using…

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Quick Note On Site Stats

June 21, 2011
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For the writers on our site who have access to the Jetpack Site Stats, we want you to be aware that based on other site counters the Jetpack counts are low. For instance on 6/20, the…

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I want Fun in the Sun

June 21, 2011
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I want Fun in the Sun

  I love the beach. It’s a mystery as to why I love the beach since so many things about the beach bug me.  As I have written before, sharks scare the crap out of…

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Tweets From History

June 20, 2011
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Jimmy Hoffa haiku:  On the 405. They all think that I am dead. But stuck in traffic. http://wcti.us/005S

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The Gym

June 20, 2011
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The Gym

Time to share another conversation between my girlfriend and I. This, if it’s not obvious, occurred post-workout… JB: “Did any men hit on you today?”
 GF: “How would I know? Why do men just stare…

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New Invention

June 20, 2011
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My family and I watch the show “Shark Tank” and are constantly jealous of the amazing inventions that enrich the various creators who appear on the show. I have repeatedly come up with my own…

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When Do I Buy my Grandmother’s Swimsuit?

June 20, 2011
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When Do I Buy my Grandmother’s Swimsuit?

I went to my holistic drug store to buy some of my magic wrinkle prevention cream. As I grabbed the jar off the shelf, I realized that my skin care system had changed. Now, to…

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Rural Paraphernalia for the Easily Amused

June 19, 2011
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Rural Paraphernalia for the Easily Amused

Most of you know that I live in a RFD area. For those who don’t know what RFD means it’s an abbreviation for Rural Free Delivery but I prefer Rural Farm District.  It’s a big…

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Might Your Child’s First Words be “Moo-Moo”?

June 19, 2011
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Tired of nursing your baby?  Well, don’t worry; Chinese cows can do that for you.  Yes, Chinese scientists have produced a genetically-modified cow that can make milk which can be substituted for human breast milk.…

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Bronx Woman Grabbed by Invisible Rope and Dragged into Store

June 19, 2011
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New York City.  A woman who has asked to remain anonymous states that she was “grabbed by an invisible lasso and pulled inside” while passing the Odd OutLot store on Broadway in The Bronx. “I…

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Mid-Life Crisis? Don’t Watch TV!

June 18, 2011
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Mid-Life Crisis? Don’t Watch TV!

It seems as though because I am in my forties I am going through an early mid-life crisis. I will admit that I have been going through a mid-life crisis for about the last twenty years ever since the…

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Them Crazy Genes

June 18, 2011
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I had my genealogy done and yes it stated that my ancestry began in Africa, through Europe, to the Americas. I also have all 5 markers for Naive American.  I guess that mean if you…

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Ten Things I Will Never Understand About Women


June 18, 2011
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  This is an R-rated post. I’ve been dating for twelve years. Before the elder statesmen chime in and say “Son, I’ve been dealing with women shit for forty-five years and I still don’t understand…

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DNA Origins Shock Many

June 18, 2011
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In recent years, scientists have put forth the Out-of-Africa Theory that in layman’s terms says we are all descendents from one mitochondria  named “Eve” which originated from Africa.   Different races evolved as our human…

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Tweets from History – Galileo

June 17, 2011
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Galileo: Yes, fine, but you using the brain God gave you to deny His wonders and His methods. And He’s pissed at ME? http://wcti.us/004H

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Is Mom Hef’s New Girlfriend?

June 17, 2011
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Mom, Hugh Hefner is on the market again. This could be a big opportunity for you as maybe he’s finally going to date age-appropriate women. Yes, it’s true; his nuptuals to Crystal Harris, the 25-year-old…

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Dude, That is so Gay

June 17, 2011
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Dude, That is so Gay

A guy walks into a bathroom stall, he chooses the handicapped stall because I am standing at the lone urinal. This particular bathroom setup has always bothered me… two or more stalls and one urinal.…

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The Challenge of Avoiding Sharks

June 17, 2011
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The Challenge of Avoiding Sharks

I had lunch with my high school friends last week, and we started to talk about exercising which led to my one friend talking about this triathlon event that is being held in her New…

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