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Book Reviews Humor

Gaffigan and Food: A Match Made in Heaven

I’m about to review Jim Gaffigan’s new book Food: A Love Story, but first I wanted to let you know that I am eating a donut. I think the author would want it that way. This summer, I reviewed Gaffigan’s previous book, Dad Is Fat. It chronicled his life with his wife and five kids in a two-bedroom […]

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Humor Satire

The Facebook Activist

I am a Facebook Activist. I change the world with my posts. I sit at my keyboard and share my important opinions on the issues of the day. In addition to dropping my own wisdom-filled thoughts, an essential part of my job is re-sharing the slogans/pictures/infographics of others, especially on hot political topics. I must […]

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Book Reviews Books Humor

Book Review: Between Heaven and Mirth

Martin, a Jesuit priest who has been called “The Official Chaplain of Colbert Nation,” is convinced that joy, humor and laughter are central to spirituality. He calls readers’ attention to humor in the Bible and in the lives of spiritual leaders throughout the centuries. Most of the jokes that he tells and examples that he […]

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Economics Humor

Economic Meltdown Song

Apparently, humor can be found in just about anything. (Thanks to Ryan H. for telling me about these guys. Oddly enough, I had never heard about them until a month ago, even though they grew up in Buies Creek and now live in Lillington, which are both very close to Fayetteville, where I grew up.)

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Humor Politics

Colbert Report: Washington’s 2nd District

This post goes out to all my family and friends who don’t know much about Bellingham, the city where I now live. Washington’s 2nd District on the Colbert Report

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Humor

We Could Talk, or Not Talk, for Hours

Is it just me, or is this title really funny? (It was found at the FaithWorld Reuters blog)

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Church Humor

“The Lesions are Free”

I got this e-mail from a church e-mail list that I am on. I don’t know whether the humor was deliberate or not, but it was too funny not to pass on: Hello there get your dancing shoes on!!!!! This Thursday night here at the church from 7:00 to 9:30 MaryAnne will be teaching Swing […]

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Bible Book Reviews Books History Humor

June/July 2008: Books Read

Last month I didn’t post my monthly brief reviews of books I read. The reason for this is that I didn’t read any books during the month of June. I took Herodotus’ The Histories with me on the cruise that I was on from June 3 to June 19, and read a bit of it […]

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Autobiography Humor

My New Career as a Plasma Donor

After I had been unemployed and looking for work for a few weeks, I decided to take matters into my own hands and donate plasma. When you donate plasma, unlike when you donate blood, those who take your plasma do not rely exclusively on your sense of altruism. When you donate blood, it is your […]

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Europe Humor Travel

The Return

Mary and my dad and I have now returned from our Mediterranean cruise. Soon, I’ll begin blogging through the trip day-by-day, giving a rundown of what happened and some pictures as well. But tomorrow, Mary and I are leaving to attend a wedding in Spokane, so there will be no blogging for a couple of […]