Posts Tagged ‘ murder ’

When Brides Go Bad

August 13, 2012
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A bride-to-be from Lehigh County, Pennsylvania murdered her fiancé hours before their wedding. This is a terrible story, I know. But I must ask: Did she not watch enough Lifetime Television to learn this simple…

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World Maladies Up During Olympics

August 7, 2012
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A 32-year long study has come to the conclusion that incidences of assault, rape, murder, genocide, drought, pestilence, and natural disasters in general has consistently reached higher levels during the Olympic games. The only reasonable…

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What Criminals Can Learn from Batman

April 13, 2012
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Once again, I am saddened by the gun violence that permeates every sector of our society, so I have come up with a solution. Now, don’t panic NRA people, while my solution does eliminate the…

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George Clooney, John Stamos, Dannon Yogurt and Facebook

August 18, 2011
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George Clooney, John Stamos, Dannon Yogurt and Facebook

Sometimes, I need to have sound in the background as I work.  I attribute this need to my days working in a newsroom where nothing was quiet.  Anyway, yesterday, I put on the TV and…

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The Murder Game

July 15, 2011
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So much for family love at the holidays.  Three brothers were finally charged with the murder of their mother because the woman had the nerve to ask them to play Yahtzee last Christmas Day.  Yes, all…

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How well do you know your neighbor?

June 30, 2011
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How well do you know your neighbor?

How good of a neighbor are you?  Are you familiar enough with them to know for certain if they were to pack up and leave, you would know about it?   Consider those who lived…

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