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There’s No Cure for Chicago Driving

October 15, 2016
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SLIGHTLY OFF THE MARK I thought I’d seen bad traffic. I thought I’d seen crazy drivers. Then I went to Chicago. I’m a small town boy. When I was younger, my idea of heavy traffic…

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Paul’s Pizza And the Saint Valentine’s Day Massacre

October 4, 2016
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Paul’s Pizza And the Saint Valentine’s Day Massacre

American Entree PAUL’S PIZZA INGREDIENTS – PIZZA CRUST 2⅔ cups all-purpose flour ⅓ cup beer ⅔ cup water 2⅔ tablespoons vegetable oil ¾ teaspoon sugar ¾ teaspoon salt 2½ teaspoons active dry yeast no-stick spray…

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Your Gradience! What Radiant Gradient Hair!

June 9, 2016
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Your Gradience! What Radiant Gradient Hair!

Striding across Randolph heading north on Chicago’s Michigan Avenue on my way to work one day in the early ’70s, a complete stranger (as opposed to an incomplete stranger) stopped me in the middle of…

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Dr. Economics – Stock Opportunities After a Limited Nuclear War

April 10, 2015
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Dr. Economics – Stock Opportunities After a Limited Nuclear War

Hold on, eager investors, I’m not going to mislead you. Not every stock is going to rise during a limited nuclear war. There will, however, be a few nuggets here and there. But first, let’s…

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The Chicago Cubs, the Greatest Threat to World Peace

September 15, 2014
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The Chicago Cubs, the Greatest Threat to World Peace

The greatest threat to world peace is the Chicago Cubs. They last won a world series in 1908. Since then America has fought two world wars,  and other wars while not as big as these…

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Great Rogue-Dictatorship Eats – Pyongyang, North Korea

June 15, 2014
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Great Rogue-Dictatorship Eats – Pyongyang, North Korea

Pyongyang boasts a vibrant dining scene, according to five people who managed to gain diplomatic clearance. The New Diplo restaurant-sexy, sexy name-garnered two positive reviews from Tripadvisors. This powerful affirmation vaulted it above the four…

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Mud Mania

April 5, 2014
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Mud Mania

  Call it whatyou will – climate change, Armageddon, or political hot potato – but a few random snowstorms plus a good shot of rain, and voila, we have that delightful time of year: mud…

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Meet Frank Mucci, Author of An Incurable Disease:Memories, Observations and Ravings from a Baby Boomer Cub Fan

August 30, 2013
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Meet Frank Mucci, Author of An Incurable Disease:Memories, Observations and Ravings from a Baby Boomer Cub Fan

HumorOutcasts Press is proud to announce the release of  An Incurable Disease: Memories, Observations and Rantings from a Baby Boomer Cub Fan  by Frank Mucci. In honor of the big launch day, we present to…

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Sethghazi – The Scandal of the Oscars?

March 1, 2013
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Sethghazi – The Scandal of the Oscars?

BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOBS!   It’s Sethghazi! The internets is teeming with horrified reports! No, not that Zero Dark Thirty is a joint Hollywood-CIA production that is more domestic PSYOPS than entertainment. No, NOT the rallying around the movie…

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When Criminals Go Stupid

April 4, 2012
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I am a bit worried about today’s criminals. They are no longer the dashing, yet sympathetic figures one used to see in movies or on the news for that matter.  At one time, those opposed…

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