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Humor in darkness | News, Sports, Jobs Nashua Telegraph
Letter: Sometimes a little humor is necessary Salt Lake Tribune
PHOTOS: Sidewalk humor in Westerly | Westerly The Westerly Sun
For female leaders, humor is a blessing. Unless itâs a curse. The Washington Post
Finn Wolfhard on 'Ghostbusters' Humor and 'Stranger Things 4' Hollywood Reporter
Sterling adds humor Seeley Swan Pathfinder
Everyday Humor | Arts & Entertainment Mohave Valley News
Gilliland brings life experiences, humor to Chamber banquet Laurinburg Exchange
Taika Waititi on Kiwi humor, directing as Hitler, and why kids should see âJojo Rabbitâ - Fortune
Tackling racism with humor | Local | dnews.com Moscow-Pullman Daily News
Gene Weingarten: A Christmas story with plenty of bathroom humor The Washington Post
'Armless Archer' Stutzman and his disarming sense of humor WDIV ClickOnDetroit
PASTOR MICHAEL BROOKS: Using humor effectively (column) Anniston Star
Weekend humor from Celia Rivenbark: Yes, the Hollywood elite are crazy, but they're also...well...right - The Progressive Pulse
Weekend humor from Celia Rivenbark: Yes, the Hollywood elite are crazy, but they're also...well...right The Progressive Pulse
When Is Humor an Appropriate Response to Societal Turmoil? Wear Your Voice
FAITH: Using humor effectively Trussvilletribune
Column: What's humor got to do with it? Cody Enterprise
Fundraiser to feature theatre, humor and an auction Salina Journal
For these Syrian artists, humor is essential to coping with oppression and war - The Washington Post
For these Syrian artists, humor is essential to coping with oppression and war The Washington Post
Humor, Tension and Sorrow On Display In The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time - KLCC FM Public Radio
Humor, Tension and Sorrow On Display In The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time KLCC FM Public Radio
BodyVox, Portland-based dance company known for imagery, athleticism and humor, to perform at Sweet Briar - Lynchburg News and Advance
BodyVox, Portland-based dance company known for imagery, athleticism and humor, to perform at Sweet Briar Lynchburg News and Advance
Shen Yun in Dallas: Audience Enjoys Artistry, Humor, and Hope The Epoch Times
'Ludicrous Landscapes': Exhibit explores environment through exaggeration,arts-cul humor - WCF Courier
'Ludicrous Landscapes': Exhibit explores environment through exaggeration,arts-cul humor WCF Courier
Wife embraces hubby's humor | News, Sports, Jobs Altoona Mirror
Humor in the Arts at the Carnegie Art Center Niagara Gazette
Neil Peart Faced Cancer 'Bravely' and With 'Humor' Ultimate Classic Rock
Thereâs just enough humor to keep HBOâs âAvenue 5â afloat The Boston Globe
Humor and humanity are the icing on âThe Cakeâ The Boston Globe
Teens killed after doorbell prank were goofy, close group, family and church leaders say - USA TODAY
Neil Innes, a Master of Musical Humor, Is Dead at 75 The New York Times
Jeff Foxworthy finds humor in family life Pocono Record
Therapeutic Humor: A Q&A With Comedian Eric Dowis Louisville Eccentric Observer
Neil Peart faced cancer battle with âbraveryâ and âhumorâ, says Jethro Tull drummer Doane Perry - Consequence of Sound
Neil Peart faced cancer battle with âbraveryâ and âhumorâ, says Jethro Tull drummer Doane Perry Consequence of Sound
Weekend humor from Celia Rivenbark: Trying to kick the impeachment football The Progressive Pulse
'Armless Archer' Stutzman has disarming sense of humor Cumberland Times-News
Rich Manieri | Liberals, where is your sense of humor? Santa Cruz Sentinel
Veteran Mark Main, of Westminster, remembered for sense of humor, service with American Legion - Baltimore Sun
Veteran Mark Main, of Westminster, remembered for sense of humor, service with American Legion Baltimore Sun
Grief, gallows humor and rage evoke raw emotions North County Outlook
Twin Cities Jewish Humor Festival will begin Saturday, Jan. 25, in St. Louis Park and St. Paul - ECM Publishers
Twin Cities Jewish Humor Festival will begin Saturday, Jan. 25, in St. Louis Park and St. Paul ECM Publishers
Weekend humor from Celia Rivenbark: How we wish the impeachment trial would work - The Progressive Pulse
Weekend humor from Celia Rivenbark: How we wish the impeachment trial would work The Progressive Pulse
Golf and Domain Name Humor with Bob Parsons DomainInvesting.com
âConfusion, conspiracy theories, humorâ: Whatâs the deal with SFâs Sutro Tower? - San Francisco Chronicle
âConfusion, conspiracy theories, humorâ: Whatâs the deal with SFâs Sutro Tower? San Francisco Chronicle
'Shrill's Offbeat Humor Will Charm You in Season 2 Carlisle Sentinel
David Talbot survives stroke with humor San Francisco Examiner
All signs point to .... humor in Blair Blair Enterprise Publishing
BWW Review: Opening Night Frantic Antics Fuel the Humor in Terrence McNally's IT'S ONLY A PLAY at the Morgan-Wixon Theatre - Broadway World
BWW Review: Opening Night Frantic Antics Fuel the Humor in Terrence McNally's IT'S ONLY A PLAY at the Morgan-Wixon Theatre Broadway World
(HUMOR) Xpressers almanac: What will 2020 bring? Mountain Xpress
Manieri: Liberals, where is your sense of humor The Sentinel
John Baldessari, Who Gave Conceptual Art a Dose of Wit, Is Dead at 88 The New York Times
Himmelfarbâs Humor National Review
(HUMOR) Asheville's fast-food chicken sandwich smackdown Mountain Xpress
Enjoy humor of PG Wodehouse The Wilson Times
'Writers who face the world with humor and heart': Yuba Lit presents an evening with authors - The Union of Grass Valley
'Writers who face the world with humor and heart': Yuba Lit presents an evening with authors The Union of Grass Valley
Ken Fuson remembered for humor, kindness | News nwestiowa.com
Welcome Aboard Our Newest Roller Coaster, the Freelancer The New Yorker
'90 Day Fiance': Michael Jessen's Son Sustains Injury, Gets Stitches Showbiz Cheat Sheet
âOf Thee I Singâ injects humor into politics The Jerusalem Post
Bile Acid Metabolites Keep the Gut's T Cells in Good Humor - Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
Bile Acid Metabolites Keep the Gut's T Cells in Good Humor Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
New Dawn Design Brings Good Humor to T-Shirts businessjournaldaily.com
AMANDA ON FILM: 'Jumanji' sequel doubles down on humor thanks to Hart, Devito, Glover - Maryville Daily Times
AMANDA ON FILM: 'Jumanji' sequel doubles down on humor thanks to Hart, Devito, Glover Maryville Daily Times
Girls Beware: Are You People? at Arcade Comedy Theater finds humor in sexist advertising - PGH City Paper
Girls Beware: Are You People? at Arcade Comedy Theater finds humor in sexist advertising PGH City Paper
Chatological Humor (Jan 21) Washington Post
Marines Dont Take Crap
We live in a world of widgets. People manufacture, distribute, and sell them. You name it, they're doing it. I have a friend who is a toilet paper salesman. God bless him. It's an honorable job and my butt and I give him a two ply thumbs up thank you butt it's not something I, personally, could ever do-do. I have a friend who told me once that the litmus test for taking a job is if you meet a girl and you're embarrassed to tell her what you do for a living then you probably shouldn't be doing it. Let me tell you about a career choice I was never embarrassed to tell girls about, the Marines. Make no mistake. The Marines are a business. We manufacture the world's finest fighting force, and distribute them worldwide to sell Democracy. If we have to, we'll kick their you know what, provide toilet paper to wipe their butts, and not even take their names because we wouldn't even know how to pronounce them. The enemy usually needs toilet paper when we get through with them because when they see the Marines land we usually scare the crap out of them. What can I say? War stinks! There's a lot of things Marines do that stink. We don't like it and complain that it's not what we signed up to do. We joined the military to see the world but all we end up seeing is bad weather and bad attitudes. So we say, "If I wanted to deal with this merde I'd have taken a summer vacation in hell or a winter vacation in France. The Germans spanked them, we had to save their butts, and now they're little ungrateful terds. I'd love to see a recruiter now. "You'll get to travel the world." Let's see, where I could have gone in the last ten years, Somalia, Afghanistan, Bosnia, and Baghdad. Wow, can you throw in a free trip to Liberia? It's hard to tell a service member that the grass is never greener on the other side because the places are young men and women go usually don't have grass but war has some positives. For instance, it educates the American people. If you asked most Americans what the capital of South Dakota was they'd say, "I don't know." If you asked them the capital of Afghanistan they'd say, "That's easy, Kabul." They also learn geometry too, hello Sunni Triangle. The only problem is in a few years they might make the mistake of trying to book a vacation to the Sunny Triangle because they heard it was, to use the parlance of our times, "The bomb." Marines actually have to go to these sewer holes. They have to live there and survive and it is no joke to them or their families but they love it. I used to get a kick out of Marines who said, "This is the hardest job in the world. You never sleep and when you do it's in the dirt; you get to go hiking, with a 100 pound rucksack on your back, and you get paid to visit areas of the world you'd never pay money to go on vacation to see, but it's the greatest job in the world. You'll love it." Make no mistake, Marines love their jobs and as you probably know, are "The Few, The Proud." Marines are prouder then game roosters and meaner then cocks. If the Marines made toilet paper it would be two ply steal plates in order to cover their butts when they use the head. Being is a Marine is a dirty job but the best part of it is that we don't take crap from anyone. Every young man and woman should do a stint. If you're interested, go down to your local recruiter and put your signature on a piece of paper, preferably one ply.
Looking for a lighthearted and fun way to remove the negative energy of a certain disruptive person from your life, or from your mind, if the person in question has moved on? Consider the cleansing (and giggle-inspiring) effect of Voodoo Munchies.
When It Rains, It Pours: Creating a Plan
It's time for me to announce that I have a lot of skeletons in my closet. I keep them there to stop people from stealing my jackets. Some of the skeletons actually wear the jackets so they don't get cold. That may seem strange to people, but never has a skeleton complained to me...
I Got to Play an April Fools Joke Before I was Born
I will start this by saying that yes, I did miss being an April Fool, but only by a tiny margin. I was born just twenty minutes after midnight on April 2nd, and the events of the prior day in my home were quite interesting to say the least.
When Humans and Dogs Collide: Negotiations for Todays Changing Times
This morning I decided to find myself. I originally looked forward to the spiritual journey that would define who I was as a person. But then I looked into my mirror and realized that the person I saw in that mirror was me. So I then figured, why spend all this time finding myself when I already know where I am?
25 Reasons You Might Need to Wear a Welding Helmet
A welding helmet is a safety device worn for protection while one is welding; however, there are definitely many other uses for a welding helmet. A welding helmet is a very practical that should be found in every home. Here are just a few ways you might find yourself in need of a welding helmet:
Humor Quotations - Top 35 Funny Quotations by Famous Comedians
Local Author Joins History and Humor To Tell His Stories
Joseph Yakel was born and raised in New York's Capital region, and calls this place home. His travels have taken him far and wide, but it's his hometown surroundings that serve as a backdrop for his writing. He's recently published three books, and thinks his blend of history and humor shine a bright spotlight on the local area and its people.
Fried Green Tomatoes Recipe
My next-door neighbors found a human bone in their backyard. Let me rephrase. She thinks she found a human bone. They were putting up a fence in their backyard. They've been digging and shoveling and leveling posts. I unloaded some boards to be a Mister-Rogers-kind-of-neighbor. And she was still talking about the human bone she'd shown me the day before.
Funny Things We Dream
I often wonder why I wake up so happy, ready to start the day. When I was younger I'd whack the alarm clock, for the fourth time, grumble out of bed and stomp around with a major sour puss. Now I'm up before the alarm clock most mornings, and I don't grumble, not as often as I used to anyway. I'm often anxious to see what the day will bring.
Setting History Straight
Have you ever heard the name Will Schwenk? Or the name Artie Seymour? Probably not. But you will, you will, when the word gets around about how these two inglorious talents were by-passed, how they missed being touched by the magic wand of Fate. For contrary to popular belief, the series of light operettas commonly attributed to Gilbert and Sullivan were in effect written by the pair of nonentities named above, Artie being the melodist and Will the versifier.
I've never really thought of myself as being funny. I don't have much of a sense of humor at all. My ex-husband used to tell me dumb jokes all the time and I didn't laugh, not even to be polite like everyone else would do. Yet the strange thing is that people who've read some of my life stories have found them to be hilarious. I'm not sure if that's good or bad considering those stories actually happened.
The Worlds First Comedian?
If you ever saw Aristophanes live on stage, you must be sincerely old. That's because he appeared around 400 B.C., and back then the videos were pretty bad.
Poor Rixs Almanac 8-13-05
Dear Poor Rix: A guy just invited me to a football game. I do not understand this event. Can you explain it? -- Sport Watcher
The Jokes On You -- Who Should be the Butt of Your Jokes?
This article was prompted by something I heard (second hand) about the performance of a local magician at a child's birthday party. Now, granted, this wasn't done by a clown, but I've seen clowns doing similar things. As one of his tricks, he has a child (a young girl approximately 9 years old) holding two handkerchiefs knotted together. He pulls her hands apart, and instead of a third handkerchief appearing (or a flag, or whatever else) he has a pair of ladies' panties appear. The magician received the reaction he wanted: the audience laughed loud and long at the discomfiture of the young girl. She, however, was on the verge of tears, having been publicly humiliated, for having done nothing more than helping on stage when asked.
Cloning Advantage Super Families
As the cloning debate of humankind continues we find ourselves in an interesting predicament. We see the need of self to extend past one's own lifetime as an innate characteristic; self-preservation has always been one of mankind's greatest drivers of motivation. World Religions in their haste to rally group support and social order amongst the masses have in fact been able to capitalize on this to a large degree, purposing the idea of eternal salvation for a promise of the individual in this life time to do as they are told and live their life in a certain way. That certain way includes among other things; not upsetting the current hierarchy of power. Human Beings obviously have questions which need to be answered such as; How did I get here, How did all this begin, what happens to me when I die and what will happen to the entirety of all I see in the end, when will it all end. World Religions can use these needs of the individual to know such things as a lever to control their psyche, by carefully answering all those questions in some sort of believable and yet un-provable way. Of course over time as more scientific light is shed on various subjects these religions must adapt their story line a bit to keep all the believers buying the storyline. Most of the most successful religions have done a good job of using vague comments on the answers so that they are able to adapt over time.
American Independence ? The True Story
It was late in 1775, and King George III was at Buckingham Palace, sitting in reflective mood on his commode. His 13 year old son Prince George (yes, they were very imaginative with their names, those royal types), was sitting on the floor nearby, otherwise occupied with the 18th century equivalent of Game Boy: a model soldier with a rifle sat on a model elephant, shooting at a model tiger two planks of wood away.
The Work-from-home Fashion Primer
Last week, I reported how writers, stay-at-home parents and online marketing geeks had chosen careers as hermits:
A Dogs Guide To... Getting Your Dog to Stop Barking
I like to bark. I mean, I like to bark A LOT. So, whattya gonna do about it? Well, if you're Amber and Terry, you're going to do NOTHING about it. Ain't nobody going to silence the Rubinman, you know what I'm sayin'? If you're NOT Amber and Terry, though (i.e. you're smart) and you want to know how to get your dog to just freakin' shut up once in a while, here's what you need to know?
New Orleans First to Experience Housing Bubble Burst
Are we starting to see the Housing Bubble Burst in the wake of Hurricane Katrina? In New Orleans many homeowner's had their equity literally washed away. They are upside down in negative equity and basically underwater. It appears that the New Orleans Housing marker has gone down the drain. New Orleans experienced significant growth in the past year, prices had increased; many had taken out second loans to pay off credit car debt, which helped fuel the economy there. Relatively few need their credit cards for recent shopping sprees, as they just broke in with a little help from their friends and took those few items they needed for survival. You know like a; Surround-A-Sound System, with HDTV, 64" Flat Panel Display to watch your favorite local team the Saints.
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