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I have a friend that was an NBC cameraman for years and a for good number of those years he worked on The Johnny Carson show and has been sending me c...
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Never run downhill...
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Table to table invasion at the coffee house....
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The Jokes and Quotesof 2006 by Ian Thorpe
Its becoming my custon to post as my last article of the year all the jokes and quips I have used on the front page in the preceding twelve months. So...
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The Joys of Working From Home by Angie Hodges
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The Library Sticker Caper by George Lawrence
A very short story on how the best laid plans so often go awry....
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The Little Plastic Do-Hickey Thing-A-Ma-Jig by Thomas Firth
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The Lord Loves a Laughing Heart by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
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The Love Gamble. by Patrick Talty
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The Lunacy of the English Language by Ruan Mills Burke
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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 New Entertainment Medium: Silent Radio by Ian Thorpe
Just for fun......
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The Orangutan by George Albitz
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