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  • Ghosts Of Halloweens Past  By : Tim-Knox
    Times may have changed but the spirit of Halloween continues to live on. Children today have as much as they did in the past - and so do their parents!
  • Getting  By : Tim-Knox
    Nakedness is no longer a word that is self explanatory. There are just so many variations of this word with each having a different meaning that an explanation of the braod categories is necessary. This is just what this article sets out to do!
  • El Nino Made Me Do It!  By : Tim-Knox
    The changing climate certainly does pose a threat to our planet and eco-system. However, it also presents an opportunity for those who need to blame somethine
  • Beanie Babies Anonymous  By : Tim-Knox
    The Beanie Babies syndrome has really caught on with no end in sight. Read on to see some of the effects of this mania and some tips on how to cure it.
  • Armadillo On The Half Shell  By : Tim-Knox
    The origins of the human food menu is certainly a mystery that is yet unsolved. However, it seems that some amendments are certainly being made in these dietary standards today!
  • All The President's Women  By : Tim-Knox
    How does the nation take the allegations against President Bill Clinton? There have been national surveys and forecasts by amateurs and pundits alike. Here is an analysis of the whole episode as well as some advice for the President.
  • A Christmas Of Good Intentions  By : Tim-Knox
    Christmas is that time of the year when we all rejoice and celebrate. However, along with Christmas comes a chore that is troublesome to some people - "shopping".
  • The Effects Of Funny Things  By : Vicki Churchill
    This article looks at the wonderful effects of laughter & really funny things.
  • Are You Spreading Humor  By : David Hill
    My first thought upon seeing the subject, "Are you sharing humor?" was that it referred to comics or orators. After giving some thought to the subject I began to see that each one of us, at sometime or other, should share our humor.
  • How Grandma's Lap Robe Saved My Legs  By : Duane Shinn
    As I was growing up, Grandma always made sure that I wouldn't catch cold by insisting I have a lap robe over my legs. Didn't matter if it was 32 degrees or 100 degrees; the lap robe was an absolute necessity.
  • Never Open An Outhouse Door Without Knocking  By : Duane Shinn
    I suppose that every hometown of every child holds certain favorite hiding places, or short cuts, or little-known doors or cubbyholes or secret passageways or whatever, and Auburn, the little town where I grew up, was no exception.
  • How I Found Out That God Bowls On Monday Evenings at 7  By : Duane Shinn
    I grew up wondering what Jesus did on Monday evenings. My Uncle Verge went bowling on Monday evenings, and although a good Methodist child wouldn't be caught dead inside a bowling alley back in those days, I sometimes visualized Jesus bowling along side of Uncle Verge, since they both apparently had Monday evenings off.
  • Ken and Barbie in Hollywood  By : Dan Bessie
    What happens when THIS dynamic duo hits Tinsel Town?
  • Butch  By : Paul Freynet
    Dear old Gravelbourg, Saskatchewan is celebrating its 100th anniversary this summer and hearing from some people there has brought back a few memories. This one’s from 1965.
  • Remote Viewing & Remote Influencing – What is it?  By : Jim Pretin
    A commentary about Remote Viewing and Remote Influencing
  • Internet Scams and the Charlatans Behind Them  By : Jim Pretin
    A humorous commentary about internet making money scams
  • You are joking series: Stonehenge 15 one liner funny jokes competition  By : Nazir Hussain
    Stonehenge Jokers plc organises.. Stonehenge jokers competition every year. In March 2006, James Mcdugal was sent to the event... he took a crash course in telling jokes.. entered the competition. He was the overall winner.. His one liner stomach crushers are listed here as well as his winning prize..
  • Field Notes on Country Linguistics  By : Nola L. Kelsey
    You hear many endearing phrases in the county. Translating them to English can be complex. Use these handy Field Notes on Country Linguistics to lay the ground-work effective communication in the hinterland.
  • Chicken Rearing 101 – How Not to Raise Poultry  By : Nola L. Kelsey
    Caution! Poultry parenthood is not all it’s cracked up to be. Are you considering becoming a backyard egg farmer? Chicken Rearing 101 examines the humorous, yet, brutally harsh realities of life as a small time chick wrangler.
  • The Perks of Global Warming  By : Nola L. Kelsey
    Good News! Those pesky glaciers are finally melting off. At first, news of devastating global climate change might seem a bit of a bummer. Relax. Your faith is about to be restored.
  • Milk Goats: Know Thy Enemy  By : Nola L. Kelsey
    Patience may be a virtue, but laughter is the only way to survive newbie goat milking. Use this journal to draw hope. There is light at the end of the nipple
  • Taliban Infiltrates South Dakota Legislature  By : Nola L. Kelsey
    Is history repeating itself? As outrage over South Dakota’s abortion ban grows, another mystery is put to rest.
  • Serving Up Some Humor in the Islands  By : Jeffrey Hauser
    What you see isn't always what it seems or what you get.
  • The Difference Between An Optimist And A Pessimist  By : Saleem Rana
    Attitude determines everything. In this humorous exchange between an optimist and a pessimist, we can see how our attitude defines our health, wealth, and experience of luck.
  • Dice Sports Games That Are Fun; the Pro Football Game.  By : John DeJong
    This is the next installment in a world of incredibly fun sports games played with dice. In the first installment I taught you how to play the college version of “Dice Football”. That was the simplest of all my dice sports games. Now it is time to start getting a little more complex. As, in all my dice football games you will need two dice, notebook paper and a pen or pencil.
  • One Hour Every Day At Four O'clock  By : Veronica Hay
    Every day at four o'clock I stop whatever it is I am doing to watch my favorite soap opera. I take the phone off the hook, lock the door, sit with a cup of freshly brewed coffee and escape.
  • Tech Support Comedy  By : Allyson Brandy
    Ever wonder what the help-desk technician was doing on the other end of the phone when you scream that your computer just crashed? Well, here's a website full of tech support horror stories that would make the most stalwart consumer cringe and will, at the very least, leave you in laughing hysterically or in tears depending on where you appear in the lack of competancy index.

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