Monthly Archives: August 2011

Rules For Spanish Language Drama

     Due to the increasing popularity of nighttime dramas on Spanish television, I have asked my schemed colleague, Prof. Earnest Prankheimer, to be a guest columnist for this week.  He is a poet lariat, and graduated Mea Culpa from the Sam … Continue reading

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Beware of GOD!

Beware of GOD!      That’s a sign in my front yard. No, I’m not dyslexic (thank dog), and I’m not afraid of God, either. It’s God-fearing people that make me nervous. They’re a menace to free-thinking people everywhere. Separation of church … Continue reading

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You Might Be a Tea-bagger

You Might Be a Tea-bagger Comedian Jeff Foxworthy launched his career about twenty years ago with a bit, “You might be a redneck”. as in, “If your porch collapses, and more than three dogs die, you might be a redneck.”  … Continue reading

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The Republicans’ Big Putsch

The Republicans’ Big Putsch Putsch \ n. (Ger): a secretly plotted and suddenly executed attempt to overthrow a government. In this case, state governments. Step 1. Take advantage of a midterm election. Traditionally, the party of a new President loses … Continue reading

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