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The Five-Second Rule

I suppose you’d have to be an ardent baseball fan to visualize the following: During the Seventh Inning Stretch the Klement’s Sausage mascots hold a foot race. Don’t ask me, I only live here. Klement’s Sausage is a major sponsor … Continue reading

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Everybody gets their asphalt from Sherwin

OK. Just for the Record: This is one of the items on my bucket list. I’ve been scouring Rummage Sales for it for years. It was just a cute little post card sized ad I’d like to have. Years ago … Continue reading

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What Do You Mean, Cuckold?

What do I mean by cuckold? What do I mean by a Cuckold Nation? I should get the Nobel Prize for this. I probably won’t but I still think I deserve one. The Nobel Prize in Economics to be exact. … Continue reading

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The Ear-worm; or Why I Hate Barry Manilow

1975 was a very good year for some; not so for others. But that takes into account the whole of humanity. In 1975 I was unemployed and living with my brother and his family. I slept on the livingroom couch. … Continue reading

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The Hiatus

Among other things, my stint in the army was also a three-year hiatus from television. Three years is a very long time. A schoolmate rushed into marriage and left a young widow. (That’s why I broke up with a girl … Continue reading

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The Babysitter

  My father worked many years at a factory on the Second Shift. Because of his schedule, when I was awake he was usually asleep. When he was at work or awake and puttering about the house afterwards I was … Continue reading

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Universal Health Care (Word Problems)

“I hate word problems!” – a phrase often heard expressing a child’s frustration in many an Elementary School math class. It wasn’t a personal bugaboo of mine however. In Word Problems you’d take a verbal proposition and convert it to … Continue reading

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