On Death, Ignorance, and the Abuse of H.S Power (aka: Mrs. G is a turd)

Daily Prompt: Fight the Power Teachers are the greatest. My High School English teacher, Mrs. G. was  absolutely the greatest: greatest abuser of power greatest holder of preconceived notions of ability greatest Luddite in the faculty of Murray Bergtraums’s H.S. Let’s face it, life and as well as in school, you only recall two types of […]

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Haribo Comes to America

Without doubt, one of my families favorite treats. So with the announcement this week that Haribo would be opening a factory in the Unted States, its a good time to review the history of the company with some fun-facts: 1920 — Haribo is founded in Bonn, Germany. Haribo is an amalgam of the founders name and […]

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BBC News Blooper

Another example of why I always wear pants during SKYPE meetings. and lock the door 🙂 I think the interviewee missed a great opportunity..after all people love children almost as much as cats in video memes.

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Mark Twain: funny illustration of a libelous claim and how to deal with it

Mark Twain  in a letter to San Francisco Examiner, criticized the San Francisco Chief of Police Martin J. Burke and his officers of corruption. In the writer’s inimitable wit he cited “The air is full of lechery and rumors of lechery…” Burke threatened libel, citing that Twain’s, with this “rumors of lechery” remark, had made an unfounded and false claim […]

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