Posts Tagged ‘ Kathy Minicozzi ’

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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Humor Meets Horror Contest: The Bean-Fionn by Kathy Minicozzi

October 10, 2018
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 This is our first entry for “Humor Meets Horror Month.” This post from Kathy Minicozzi. Let’s hear it for Kathy who is also the author  of Opera for People Who Don’t Like it.  Check it…

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The Ten Best Things About Growing Old(er)

October 5, 2018
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10. Senior Discounts. Sometimes they don’t amount to much, sometimes they do, but the thrill of not having to pay full price almost makes up for any cheapness and gives us a feeling that we…

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How I Ended Up Buried Face Down in a Swamp With a Rag Stuffed in my Mouth

August 8, 2018
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I suppose you all wonder how someone who still looks as nice as I do, even after being buried in a swamp for a week, ended up in this sad situation. It’s a mystery to…

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Cousin William and King Henry VIII

July 8, 2018
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Cousin William and King Henry VIII

In the annals of English history, no other man had as colorful a life as my distant ancestor William “Bill” Tryer, who was the Royal Food Taster to King Henry VIII. The job of Royal…

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Becoming Ray Kinsella

June 12, 2018
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The genie told me this shapeshifting thing would be cool and it is. There’s one problem: I can only shapeshift into famous MALE actors. This is fun sometimes, but it can be a problem, too.…

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The Too Nice Guy

May 29, 2018
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Hi. My name is Arnie Bassette, and I was just accepted into The Weirdo Group here on Footbook. This is my first post, so be nice to me. Please. I need some advice. I always…

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A Horse’s Tale

May 22, 2018
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There are many, many colorful stories of the Old West. None are as fascinating as the tales of Edward Cremello, the Sleuth Horse of Wyoming. Edward, or “Ed,” as he was known to his fellow…

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Wonder Woman Interviews for a Job

May 18, 2018
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Writing Prompt: You are a superhero (or a monster) at a job interview. How do you answer the following questions: Tell me something about yourself. What are your strengths? What are your weaknesses? Where do…

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Commandments for the Easter Vigil Mass

March 31, 2018
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1. Thou shalt not arrive late. If thou dost arrive late, thou shalt endure the punishment of having to look for a seat in the dark. 2. If thou committest the sin of arriving late,…

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