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THANKSGIVING WITH SLUSH FALLING

Shaken and Stirred – What’s the most elaborate, complicated meal you’ve ever cooked? Was it a triumph for the ages, or a colossal fiasco?

Once a year, half the population of the Blackstone Valley dusts off their driver’s licenses, takes the old buggy out of storage, and heads for downtown Uxbridge. 551 more words

Photography

Being Himself, in More Ways Than One

Bill Perron is a born entertainer.  He made his living as a carpet cleaner for many years, and hated it.  He hated swinging that big, heavy machine around.  897 more words

People In My Life

THE STRANGE CASE OF THE FROZEN SIRLOIN

It started the other day. I reached for my sandwich and encountered a frozen sirloin steak. On my desk. Where my sandwich ought to be. I picked up the frozen beef, took it to the kitchen, and showed it to Garry. 690 more words

Photography

A knight for a day

We have talked a number of times in this comedy blog about transposition. Let’s think about the age of chivalry for a while as a comedy theme. 342 more words

Joke

We're into the home stretch -

Try not to drop out.

There’s two weeks left of school before I get temporarily evicted for our winter break.

Fortunately for myself, I’ve only got two exams. 69 more words

Anecdote

A Mirror to the Self-Absorbed

MIRROR, MIRROR ON WALL, WHO’S THE MOST AWESOME ME OF ALL?

Narcissism: nahr-suh-siz-em,

-n 1. Inordinate fascination with oneself; excessive self-love; vanity. Synonyms: self-centeredness, smugness, egocentrism.

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Human Experience

Announcing Sample Sale: Last Pinc Sale this year

Pinc sale is hosting its last sample sale, this year and at this particular location. One last chance to shop this years autumn/winter collections by Supertrash, Anecdote, Modstrom and many more. 102 more words

Announcing Sample Sale