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Cant Get There From Here

Can't Get There From Here Juneau is the capital of Alaska, but did you know that you cannot drive there from anywhere? You can fly into Juneau or you can take a ferry to Juneau, but you can't actually drive there. There are no roads into Juneau.

Wanted: Treadmill for an Elephant

Maggie, the 22 year-old African elephant, has been a resident of the Alaska Zoo since 1983. The Zoo recently decided that Maggie needs nicer quarters, more attention, and a treadmill.

The Patience of Job

Voltaire said, "God is a comedian playing to an audience afraid to laugh." Translated, if you're a tight ass, there's a two drink minimum to read this article.

Marines Dont Take Crap

We live in a world of widgets. People manufacture, distribute, and sell them.

Military Wives

I feel now is the perfect time to address the conflict service-members face when balancing between what they feel are infringements upon their civil liberties cast down by their president. I have never been one to get involved with inter-service rivalries because I have always felt we must remain, "We band of brothers" and support and defend our own constitutions against all enemies, either foreign wives or domestic.

Discover the Lighter Side of the Internet

We all know the Internet is a great tool for finding out information and sharing knowledge. But as a human sometimes sitting at a computer all day can get quite tedious, especially if it is your job 5 days a week.

The Language of Appalachia

Imagine my surprise when I went to Jamaica a few years ago and learned that I do, indeed, have an accent. You see, unlike my paternal grandmother, I don't stretch the word "cornbread" into four syllables.

Local Author Joins History and Humor To Tell His Stories

Joseph Yakel was born and raised in New York's Capital region, and calls this place home. His travels have taken him far and wide, but it's his hometown surroundings that serve as a backdrop for his writing.

Voodoo Munchies

Looking for a lighthearted and fun way to remove the negative energy of a certain disruptive person from your life, or from your mind, if the person in question has moved on? Consider the cleansing (and giggle-inspiring) effect of Voodoo Munchies. Beginning now, whenever you need to deal with this person or the dirty bathtub ring of negative vibes they left in your head, bake a cake or a cookie (depending on your eating habits and kitchen skills) and decorate it with this person's name and or likeness.

Computers According to Carol

A is for Anti-Virus: she got it from my Uncle.B is for Backup: always look in your rear view mirror first.

Psychiatric Psychiatrist - A Joke on Psychiatry

A few weeks ago I went to see a psychiatrist.We talked about how I was feeling.

How To Get Attention, or: As You Read This, You Feel an Irresistible Urge to Go On Reading!

We all want attention. As children we crave the attention of our parents.

How I Spent my Summer Vacation

One of the best parts of a vacation is the positive outlook you derive from pleasant anticipation. Another benefit is the afterglow, allowing you to feel right with the world.

Dog Poo - And You Thought You Had Problems

In Southern Germany in a town by the name of Bayreuth, the German police are in a quandary. The town's dog poo is under attack.

Funny Things We Dream

I often wonder why I wake up so happy, ready to start the day. When I was younger I'd whack the alarm clock, for the fourth time, grumble out of bed and stomp around with a major sour puss.

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The Substandard on The Death of Stalin, Dark Humor, and Swingers
The Weekly Standard
In this latest episode of the Substandard, Sonny reviews The Death of Stalin, a movie Vic did not see because he refused to pay for parking. The return of Jony Ive is met with skepticism. Recriminations are launched, profanities are hurled. It's the ...
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The Leader

College Humor – sort of
The Leader
Today there has been a resurgence of college humor publications, more in tune to the Daily Show, Stephen Colbert and The Onion, which started out as a college humor magazine. There are mags at SMU, A&M, the UTs at Arlington and Dallas, and the Travesty ...

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Warren Tribune Chronicle
CHAMPION — William Shakespeare's work is known for its wordplay — the memorable quotes, the expressions we use centuries later without realizing their origin. “Much Ado About Nothing,” one of his most popular comedies, certainly has that. But one ...

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Review: Out of Box's “The Flick” captures the last picture show with melancholy humor
In a tidy coincidence, Annie Baker's melancholy comedy The Flick opens at Out of Box Theatre at nearly the same time that Atlanta film impresario George Lefont announced his retirement. The Flick, through March 25, takes place at a vintage ...

Fire Chief

Firefighter humor stops being funny when civilians aren't in on the joke
Fire Chief
Firefighters are pretty funny people. They like to joke around, they are clever with making up slang and nicknames and they can appreciate a well-crafted prank. The culture may also encourage the quick, witty response, and the sarcastic observation ...

Louisville Eccentric Observer

'Evocation,' fearsome grandeur, gut-busting humor - LEO Weekly
Louisville Eccentric Observer
Evocation to Visible Appearance,” the title of Mark Schultz's new play, alludes to magic.

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Radio Humor, the Good Kind
Youngstown State University's telecommunication studies are bringing back the past through radio. Auditions were held for the department's live radio play, The Good Humor Radio Hour on March 12 and 13. Fred Owens, a professor in communications at YSU ...

The San Diego Union-Tribune

Roustabouts Theatre's 'A Jewish Joke' lands with humor and heft ...
The San Diego Union-Tribune
Phil Johnson turns in a powerful performance in 1950s-set solo show.

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Wilkes Barre Times-Leader

Dark humor abundant in Misericordia production of 'Arsenic and Old Lace'
Wilkes Barre Times-Leader
Cast members Cordell Gresch and Noah Schweiger watch Jacob Schweiger blow a bugle. Schweiger plays the eccentric Teddy Brewster, who believes he's Teddy Roosevelt. In his role as Officer O'Hara, a policeman who wants to become a ❮ ❯. Submitted photo ...

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Virginia Connection Newspapers

Humor and Storytelling in Reston to Create a Climate for Change
Virginia Connection Newspapers
#“I saw Maysoon Zayid in New York and was taken by her delightful humor, sharp perspective on the world and charming personality. Laugh with me as we see the world through this amazing comedian's eyes,” said Paul Mischnewicz, director, arts and events ...

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