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In One New Hampshire Town, Voters Go to Polls Tongue in Cheek

WAG’S NOTCH, New Hampshire.  Lydia Robinson, registrar of voters in this town just across the Maine border, was up at 5 a.m. yesterday morning to start the coffee brewing at the aging clapboard building that serves as town hall, grocery store and gas station for the five other permanent residents of this tiny hamlet.  692 more words

The following is the true, previously untold, story of what happened on this day in the history of black America.

Prior to Barack Obama assuming office, few people realised that the man they had elected to be the 44th President of the United States was actually African American. 202 more words


'The number of snacks per pupil has never been better.'

SETTING: A staffroom (at a school, for the sake of ‘satire,’ we’ll call ‘Morgan Primary’).  After school, following an important twilight INSET about colour-coded marking. 180 more words



I’ve found that the best way to navigate the horror show that is life is to never lose your ability to laugh. Take today’s earlier post… 474 more words

You're Wrong, Daniel: Dexter Villains

I challenged my friends to tell me why I’m wrong about my impervious ideas. In this  edition of You’re Wrong, Daniel, my girlfriend Audra tells me why I know nothing when it comes to picking good… 1,315 more words