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OFF THE CUFF: Where do old sayings come from? (part 2)

Hearing idioms– a.k.a. old sayings, slang, expressions – used in every-day conversation has always caught my interest, and finding out how and where they began has over the years become somewhat of a hobby. 1,123 more words

Doug's Column

Thoughts On The Graveyard Shift (And Why I Love It)

Local news seems to be slow for me this week (the story of the man who went on a naked rampage after falling through a ceiling at Logan Airport was interesting, but there’s not much to add to it) and as disgusted as I am with… 527 more words

Brain Droppings

The nurse who bulks

So pretty much everyone I work with has figured out by now that I lift heavy weights….I’m talking heavy. I started competing in fitness competitions a little over a year ago. 348 more words


Image's SECRET IDENTITIES Series Unmasked

An all-new superhero series by Faerber and Joines takes flight

Fan favorite writers Brian Joines (KRAMPUS!, Noble Causes) and Jay Faerber (COPPERHEAD, GRAVEYARD SHIFT) team up with artists Ilias Kyriazis ( 270 more words

Xenology: The Get-It Guys

Billy Pilgrim has a Gerber-baby face and a Son-of-Sam haircut. His outfit is Army surplus: he only ever wears the service greens and the camo. It suits him, though. 804 more words

Creative Writing

Xenology: The Stranger

The automatic doors make their distinct whirring sound as they slide open. I turn my swivel seat around, hoping it’s her. It’s not—It’s Ralph James. 715 more words

Creative Writing

Xenology: The Changeling

Names are not to be trusted. A baby named Patrick grows up to be that damn kid Pat who plays in traffic, and is later buried as Ole Pattie, the eccentric townie who took a little too much time off from his heroin habit to remember how tolerance worked when he picked up the needle again. 529 more words

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