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Cousin Eliezer the Inventor

October 17, 2018
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Nobody knows this, but my sixth cousin five times removed, Eliezer McDonald, invented the recliner chair back in 1830. Eliezer patented his first model in 1830, but he wasn’t very successful with it. It was…

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Why Smart People Tell Us To Lean In (And Not Back)

July 29, 2014
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I’m not sure why you’d buy a patio chair at a store called Christmas Tree Shops. A patio chair, which evokes balmy summer evenings on the deck out back, has nothing to do with a…

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A New Invention

June 22, 2012
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All the computer geeks in the world and still none of them was smart enough to invent a computer chair with a built in toilet. Losers. Suzy SoroIf you're a fan of Seinfeld you'll remember…

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The Day Jane Fell Out of Her Chair

April 17, 2011
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My friend, Jane, walked into the doctor’s office.  When the doctor walked in, he greeted his old friend, “Hello, Jane.  How are you doing today?” “Well, I’ve been better,” Jane said. “What’s wrong?  I noticed…

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