Posts Tagged ‘ black friday ’

Making the Holidays More Holiday-ish

November 23, 2017
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Just a little fun from last year … or was it the year before? All these holidays tend to blur together … I always feel a little disjointed when the holidays arrive. I’m never ready…

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New Thanksgiving Holiday Of ‘Gratitude’ Started For Those Who Must Work On The Real Thanksgiving.

November 20, 2017
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In response to the overwhelming growth of Black Friday and its exploitation of the employees who must work in the service industry labor unions, families, certain compassionate government leaders and religious figures have petitioned and…

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Poll: Planning Ahead for Black Friday

November 11, 2016
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I would like to thank Deb Martin-Webster for providing me with the inspiration for this post with her latest Friday Humor Devotional.. Yes, I know. It isn’t time for Christmas-related stuff yet. We haven’t even…

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Read This Recipe! It Will Save Your Life

April 23, 2016
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Greek Appetizer SPANAKOPITA INGREDIENTS 8 green onions 2 medium brown onions 2 pounds fresh spinach ½ cup butter (½ cup more later) ½ cup olive oil 3 eggs 1 pound feta cheese 2½ tablespoons dill…

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The High Wire Act of Life

February 12, 2016
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When I’m not Netflixing and chilling with my bae, I’m staying on fleek while getting turnt at my favorite drinking establishment with my mains, because, after all, YOLO. Am I right? And it’s pretty remarkable…

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What Else is on the Chopping Block this Thanksgiving?

November 18, 2015
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Shocking exclusive shallow investigative report:   Thanksgiving is in jeopardy of losing its status as a holiday. According to unreliable sources (my own imagination) there was trouble when the Boss of All Holidays did an…

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NJ Fossil Find Yields Stunning Dinosaur Extinction Theory

November 20, 2014
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NJ Fossil Find Yields Stunning Dinosaur Extinction Theory

A dinosaur fossil site just behind a strip mall in New Jersey has baffled scientists for many years. Now a team of paleontologists claims to have solved the mystery of why so many bones are…

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Hollywood Doesn’t Noah Any Better

March 27, 2014
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Hollywood Doesn’t Noah Any Better

Many people in the religious community are up in arms about the film Noah claiming it is full of inaccuracies. I find it amusing they have reached this conclusion from only seeing the trailer since…

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In Defense of Black Friday

December 7, 2013
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In Defense of Black Friday

With Thanksgiving behind us, there is a crispy clean feeling in the air. The kind of feeling that can only mean one thing: time to start capitalizing on other people’s feelings of lack of self…

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Your Guide To Hassle-Free Holiday Shopping

December 2, 2013
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Your Guide To Hassle-Free Holiday Shopping

Holiday shopping can be such a hassle. The crowds are big and the parking spots are scant. The non-stop Christmas music is wearying. And just when you think you’re gonna save $100 on that flatscreen…

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