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How Banana-geddon Wasn't the End of the World (The Huffington Post)

Last week I did the nursery run on my own for the first time.

This may not seem like a huge challenge but unfortunately, my brain doesn’t usually subscribe to such sensible things as logic. 930 more words

Mental Health

How To: Mention Fart Jokes In Mainstream Media

Just slyly add them in to your latest Huffington Post piece on happiness. They’ll never know.

(Also hey guys click on that link, that’s where the fart jokes are, okay?)

Being Good

Huffington Post Helps Professional Swindler And Con Artist Mark Goldes Swindle Their Own Readers With His Fraudulent So-Called “AESOP Institute”

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For many years, the professional con artist and charlatan Mark Goldes has relentlessly targeted the readers of Huffington Post and many other sites by posting thousands of spam comments advertising his fraudulent so-called “AESOP Institute.” He obtains loans from gullible people by falsely pretending that his non-existent make-believe “breakthoughs” could solve the problem of climate change. 7,019 more words

Pseudophysics And Flimflammers

My Anything Project, Week Three

Dear Heavenly Father, Please reveal yourself and show me what you want for me.

Giving Anything to God is a scary ask. Jennie is right, it’s terrifying.

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Bible

Huffington Post Helps Professional Swindler And Con Artist Mark Goldes Swindle Their Own Readers With His Fraudulent So-Called "AESOP Institute"

Abstract.

For many years, the professional con artist and charlatan Mark Goldes has relentlessly targeted the readers of Huffington Post and many other sites by posting thousands of spam comments advertising his fraudulent so-called “AESOP Institute.” He obtains loans from gullible people by falsely pretending that his non-existent make-believe “breakthoughs” could solve the problem of climate change. 7,019 more words

Mark Goldes

Little things that drive editors nuts

Hey, did you know that . . .

* “Alright” is all wrong? It’s “all right,” two words. I know you see it in print all the time. 255 more words

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