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Tweets from History -Alexander Graham Bell

July 10, 2011
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Alexander Graham Bell: Mr. Watson, come here, I want to see you. Don’t put me on hold! Ugh http://wcti.us/002o

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Tweets From History-Donner Party

July 10, 2011
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Donner Party: Mmmm Buffalo wings. Big honkin’ ones too! Um, where’s Frank? http://wcti.us/00AE

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YOU’RE SO FIRED!

July 9, 2011
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So, you’ve been handed your pink slip, however, the boss expects you to work until the end of the day.   Here is a list of clever one-liners guaranteed to make your departure memorable.  For your convenience  I’ve  listed them…

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Love Bites

July 9, 2011
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Love Bites

    How do I love thee? Let me count the ways. I love thee to the depth and breadth I can sink my teeth into your new girl friend’s earlobe. My soul can become…

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I Hate Bleepin’ Censorship

July 9, 2011
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I Hate Bleepin’ Censorship

Recently, the Hallmark channel ran a Frasier marathon.  I love that show. It just never ceases to make me giggle. The same is true for the Golden Girls which also airs on the channel.  As…

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Kids Find the Darndest Things

July 8, 2011
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Kids Find the Darndest Things

It has recently been reported that a primary school in Uganda was using an unexploded mortar bomb as a bell – FOR THREE YEARS! Fortunately the device was discovered before being detonated and removed by…

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The Fear of Change

July 8, 2011
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How far would you go to make a change in your life?  I recently read a story about a British banker who decided that the world of money, luxury and material goods had lost its…

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Baseball

July 8, 2011
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A Texas Rangers’ fan died yesterday after trying to catch a ball that came his way and falling 20 feet onto concrete. Up to this point, baseball has been excruciatingly boring, but harmless. But now…

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Only in New Jersey

July 8, 2011
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Sharks sited off the coast of New Jersey . . . Dear God . . . Eat Snookie First . . . Eat SNOOKIE first! Thank you Joe Marchetti

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Dinner at Grandma’s

July 7, 2011
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There is a cultural fascination with eating at grandma’s house. Foods made from scratch… with equally unhealthy doses of butter and love. The idea may strike up thoughts of holiday meals that were large enough…

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Twitter on the Shitter

July 6, 2011
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With the help of my smart phone, I’ve been making use of time that was until recently simply (and quite literally) wasted. I never had time to search through all of the messages on Twitter…

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Life Suddenly Makes Sense

July 6, 2011
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I have spent my life thinking that I’m different, unique, weird… utterly fucked up… and I am sure you would agree with, and resemble, that assertion. So much of that time was spent dwelling on…

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HumorOutcasts is Three Months Old and Growing Up Fast

July 6, 2011
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HumorOutcasts is Three Months Old and Growing Up Fast

On April 6th one of our founders, Donna Cavanagh, posted the first “test” post, My New Life as a Lawn Mower Racing Champion. We should have known when that post was quickly found by the…

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Sneak Peek at Facebook’s Huge Announcement

July 6, 2011
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Facebook has announced that today it will inform the public of a new feature. Mark Zuckerberg says that it’s “awesome”, which is another way of saying that it steals even more information about you than…

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Outrage Over Casey Anthony Verdict

July 5, 2011
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My scientific polling of the public has given me a sense that many people are outraged over the Casey Anthony verdict. And the outrage comes almost primarily from women. I can only assume that these…

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Has Blu-Ray Jumped the Shark?

July 5, 2011
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  Way back when Blu-Ray was released, I was excited to buy the new player to see the difference in picture quality for myself, and it was true, there was an ever so slight improvement…

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Cars for Charity

July 5, 2011
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I was listening to the radio in my car when an ad for a charity aired. The organization, which aids the blind and visually impaired, is looking for people to donate their cars. I don’t…

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Homophobia is the Real Abomination

July 5, 2011
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Homophobia is the Real Abomination

  Editor’s Note: A serious post worth reading and sharing! I recently watched the 2007 documentary “For the Bible Tells Me So”which addresses the cultural perception of homosexuality in America as it does in many…

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Casey Anthony Acquitted!

July 5, 2011
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Casey Anthony Acquitted!

[This is probably rated R… but you might as well read it.] Casey Anthony has been acquitted and I couldn’t give less of a shit. You want to know why? She’s not bad to stare…

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Wood Yew? (A Coppicial L’eaves-dropping)

July 5, 2011
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Wood yew? I’m knot that board.  Butt, Gingerwood. Ahhh . . . already popped yew’r knothole, huh? Could bee I like my studs aged. Hey, I’m knot that green! Too soft to split oak, I…

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Horsing Around Is Not Always A Good Thing

July 5, 2011
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Horsing Around Is Not Always A Good Thing

There are some who like a soothing shot of Jack Daniels and some who like the potent punch of a Kamikaze, but even the most experienced tavern patron might turn away from the newest drink…

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