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Ethics, Food, and You

April 28, 2011
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Let’s face it. As a species, relatively speaking, humans pretty much suck. We’re slow, we’re weak, and we’re fragile. A cheetah can run 60 mph.  Sure, some guy in the Olympics might run 20 mph.…

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Biblemania: The Story of Lot

April 27, 2011
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Every once in a while, I like to break out my favorite old book of wisdom. But I can’t find it, so let’s talk about the bible instead. I’ve addressed it in two previous segments.…

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Does my Bank Think I am an Armed Robber?

April 27, 2011
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My bank has a sign: “Please remove glasses, hats, hooded sweatshirts, and anything else that might aid in disguising yourself to our tellers before entering the premises.” Doesn’t it seem a bit paranoid that the…

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My Take on Social Media

April 27, 2011
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Social media to me is an amazing phenomenon. I admit when it first arrived on the scene, I thought it was a fad that would fade.  I never thought people could have meaningful connections via…

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Shocker! Orgasms Relieve Restless Leg Syndrome

April 26, 2011
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Shocker!  Orgasms Relieve Restless Leg Syndrome

RATED NC-17       I know this sounds too fantastic to be true but you now have a legitimate excuse for masturbating when your mom or spouse walks in on you while you’re doing…

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The Man In My Sister’s Bed

April 26, 2011
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The Man In My Sister’s Bed

Cindy, my little sister, was around four years old – I was about five and a half – when with voice quivering, she begged me to join her in her bed. A frantic whisper spread…

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To iPhone or not to iPhone? That is the question

April 26, 2011
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My daughter is considering getting an iPhone. She has a Blackberry but alas, the Blackberry does not have the apps for the games she likes to play. To satisfy her game hunger, she has been…

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Decrocked

April 26, 2011
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Bless me father, for I have sinned. It has been one month since my last confession. Yes, this is the season for uncovered transgressions. Though this one was not revealed by my wife or a…

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God is Not Fair

April 26, 2011
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On the scale of “shit that is good”, I think everyone would agree that fairness and equality are right up there at the top behind french fries. Any imagined/designed/created construct must always take fairness into…

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Biblemania: The Story of Job

April 26, 2011
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So I was watching some religious programming on The Smithsonian Channel, and as I mentioned earlier, God was so surprised that Adam and Eve ate from the Tree of Knowledge, and just so steamed at…

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The Savior

April 26, 2011
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“Master, we have followed you for years, when will we experience this Kingdom of which you speak?” “Yeah, are we going to get castles?” “And servants! I want some servants…” “My children, we are building…

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Handicapping the Republican Presidential Field for 2012

April 26, 2011
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The year 2012 is gradually getting closer, and it’s never too early to start analyzing the Presidential candidates for the next general election. I’ve conducted much research into the most likely Republican field and here…

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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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