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I should thank Simms Fishing Products for their generosity and especially Danielle Will for a sense of humor. The Little Plastic Thing-A-Ma-Jig is an...
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A conundrum - the challenges of promoting obscure works by obscure authors...
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The Lunacy of the English Language by Ruan Mills Burke
This humorous article started out as part of an A level English reference paper and has been added to by friends since then. I do not claim to have wr...
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The Lure of the Vindaloo by Dave Field
Who can resist an eye-watering curry?...
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The Man of Steel by Mike Hancock
This is a short article I wrote about dealing with our shortcomings......
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The Masked Grammarian by Joyce Scarbrough
If you were a Superhero, who would you be?...
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The Most Embarrassing Thing I've EVER Done... by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
I've had a LOT of embarrassing things happen in my 42 years of life. One, in particular, stands out...& it happened this way......
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The Negative Side of Humor by Jerry Aragon Ph.D (Phunny humor Doctor)
Where there's a positive side of things, there's usually a negative side on things, and that applies to humor as well. A couple of years ago, I was...
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The New Entertainment Medium: Silent Radio by Ian Thorpe
Just for fun......
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The New Yardstick by Robyn Speed
The new yardstick by which we are measuring our men......
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Before you die, you don't want to see the Thing in the Desert or go apple picking...
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The Normal One by Leslie Thompson
I'd teach you to park, but there isn't any space Published by The Sentinel Sept. 10, 2003 Kennesaw, Ga. Expected to be ignored for ...
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The Normal One by Leslie Thompson
Dude, where's my house? published Feb. 4, 2004 The Sentinel Kennesaw, Ga....
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The Obesity Problem by David Gelber
A simple solution to the problem of Obesity in America...
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The Odd Couple by Mel Hathorn
In 1884 and 1885, Samuel Langhorn Clemens (known as Mark Twain) and George Washington Cable went on a 10,000 mile, 100 night tour. Photos taken of the...
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The Orangutan by George Albitz
Hinkly Dinkly Reporting...
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The Origin of the Universe by Peter Oszmann
If you ever wondered about the Origin of the Universe, here is the ultimate answer to all your questions; the truth, the whole truth and nothing but t...
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The Other Table Rationale by Loit Overstreet
There are always going to be special offers-offerings...Lamentations...an extension of that great capital, neo-nazi, adventure discovered by Will Jat...
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The Pakistani Fashion Industry where the East meets West in the deep South. by Raza Bashir
A short incomplete satire on Pakistani Fashion Industry. ...
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The Parachuting Elvis Impersonator by Ian Thorpe
More from life's rich tapestry....
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The Parade by Edwin Larson
A bit of scathing satire...
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The Participial Adjective Part of English by Jay Dubya
Author Jay Dubya demonstrates how Participial Adjectives allow for non-communcations to occur in the oral and written expression of the English langua...
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The Perils of Summer by SUSAN suemorgan84@comcast.net
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The Personality of Punctuation by Jen Knox
How I assign personality to punctuation...
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The Positive and Healing Power of Humor by Jerry Aragon Ph.D (Phunny humor Doctor)
Health IS a laughing matter, and studies continue to show that laughter is one of the healthiest things you can do for yourself. ...
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The Power of Positive..... by Ian Thorpe
Be positive, always be positive.......?...
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The President's Letter Home by Ian Thorpe
A little British - style satire. Sorry about the colloquialisms, I picked up the style from watching the Beverly Hillbillies Dubya's visit to the Cou...
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THE PROFESSOR by George Albitz
Keeping in mind the year was 1965......
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The Pros And Cons of Squelching Library Theft by Paul Wartenberg
A humor article published for the American Libraries professional magazine. Found in the February 2000 issue....
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The Psychology of Buying and Selling a Piano by Shirley Kirsten
mental games and more.....
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The Pubic Puppy by Mark Lichterman
Shooting me a dirty look, “I was sitting on a chair brushing it on with the bowl of dye on the floor and along came Lulu and stuck her snout in the bo...
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The Pubic Puppy by Mark Lichterman
“Well," I asked, “what happened to Lulu?” “It’s like this,” Vickie said, “I was dying my pubic hair...” Too good to pass up. “You were ‘dying...
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The Purloined Slippers by Nellie Feng
~ My sister Teresita’s thoughts over her favorite slippers one 1st day of May… ...
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The Purr-fect Weight-loss Plan by Lisa Barker
Desperate mom adapts cat diet to lose weight and discovers the fun of catnip and hairballs. ================================= ...
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The Quest For Pelican Lake(s) by Henry Lefevre
When did Pelican Lake move north?...
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The Race for Power (Political Satire) by Ian Thorpe
Politicians blether about education, taxes, Iraq, the economy and crime. But what is the real election issue?...
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The Rattlesnake Two-Step by D. Kelly
Rats and snakes. You gotta love 'em. No you don't....
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the reluctant tv star by Katie Gabrielle
this is the true story of how my brother became a reluctant tv star and received his 15 minutes of fame in a unique way...I hope you enjoy it :)...
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The Requiem by Cynthia Borris
Boxed in a 90,000 word coffin...
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The Rides. by ROCK-Salt! Proctor
This came to me in a paragraph and a picture, I made up this little story to share it with you , with. Art...
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The Seagull Incident by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
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The Shortest Blog I've Ever Written by Jen Knox
...about job hunting...
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The Single Senior by Patrick Kennedy
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The Slimy Dawn of an Assault Gardener by David Taylor
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The Subway Chronicles by George Albitz
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The Supreme Summer Question by Michelle Buckman
We all have questions for God. Here's my scoop on some of the answers......
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