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In the Attic: The Art of Improv

Note: this is the first in a series of happiness chronicles — discussions that focus on why and how interesting people pursue things that make them happy. 1,153 more words


Mad Monster Party? (1967)

If you have a five year-old and don’t show them Rankin/Bass’s 1967 feature film Mad Monster Party? around Halloween, then there should be a government agency to come around your house and cite you for neglect. 581 more words


Sunday Cryptoquote Spoiler - 09/25/16

“My photographs do me an injustice.  They look just like me.”   —   Phyllis Diller

(What a funny lady she was!  And, a real ground breaker.  She was the first female comedian that I can remember.  40 more words


Sunday quote.

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A smile is a curve that sets everything straight.

– Phyllis Diller


Night Gallery | Season 1, Episode 5

Night Gallery | Season One | Episode 5 | January 13, 1971

Segment One | Pamela’s Voice

Jonathan (John Astin) discovers that hell is certain… 303 more words


Phyllis Diller, my heroine

I tend a bit to the Phyllis Diller end of the housework continuum:

I like a clean and orderly home, naturally, but it needs to reach a critical mass before I’m overly motivated.  473 more words

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