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Insomniacs Rejoice

The best suggestion I’ve heard recently to beat the credit crunch and the global depression is to do a Rip Van Winkle, go to sleep and wake up when it’s all over. Like millions of others worldwide, I listen on a daily basis to various gurus, sages and doom and gloom merchants pontificating on the credit crunch, the global recession or depression and the financial banking crisis, and everybody has an opinion to offer.

Good Turning 40 Jokes – 40th Birthday Jokes – The Best of the Best

Good turning 40 jokes, are as good as turning 40 can be. Don’t you think turning 40 is a big enough joke? So who needs good jokes? Well, you bet we all do! In some opinion this is where it all starts.

What Will Happen If You Don’t Switch to Digital TV

We’ve all been warned about the switch from analog to digital, but what will happen if we don’t make the switch? Read on if you dare.

Pension Plan

With people living longer and longer, the need for a good pension plan is more important than ever. Here are a few tips on how to boost your savings for a long and comfortable retirement.

Our Changing Sense of Humor

Everyone seems to be grousing about how bad things are today, and maybe they are right, but I wonder how much our sense of humor contributes to our mindset. If you listen to the late night comics on television, everyone is an idiot. Sure we might chuckle now and then, but I find this to be more cynical and destructive than positive and beneficial.

Wave Those Extra Pounds Hello

I’m on an obsessional fitness regime at the moment and given that I’m 49 years old, have ate like a hippo for the past 7 or 8 years, have love handles that only a mother would grip and have the willpower of a five year old opting out of Christmas presents, I guess I’m doomed to failure just as the last 5 attempts in the past month. I don’t know what it is but when you reach 40 it seems that the fat is out for payback because you left it without a home the last time …

Jeff Dunham Tickets Get You Some Hilarious Entertainment

No matter who you are or what your station in life, a good laugh is always great therapy. If you can laugh at yourself, it’s great therapy! Any good comedian can make us laugh, but it takes one with exceptional insight into our feelings, prejudices and everyday experience to strike a chord and have us holding our sides and belly-laughing at the ironic humor of it all.

What to Look For Before Hiring a Comedian For a Corporate Event

If you’re planning on hiring a comedian for your next corporate event or party there are a lot of things that you need to consider to ensure that the show will be a success. You can’t just blindly thumb through the phone book and pick the first comedian that you see advertised, you have to do a good deal of research to ensure that the comedian that you hire will put on a show that will be funny to your particular audience.

Ten Reasons the World Will NOT End in 2012

The world will Not End in the year 2012. I have interviewed a number of very famous and well known fictional mediums. And they all have told me that the world will not end in the year 2012.

Political Jokes to Mull Over – And Which May Cost One’s Job

Communism, democracy, feudalism, socialism–all these can sound so complicated but, believe it or not, political jokes can make these ideologies sound so simple. If only Stalin and Mao had communicated their ideals through political jokes, the world could have been happier.

How to Write a Parody News Story About a Fake Event

Here’s an example of a parody news piece – it’s not something that really happened. Utter pandemonium reigned in most major U.S. cities today as residents took to the streets to protest a lack of change in the wake of the nascent Obama presidency. As the administration began its second day, confusion turned to outright anger as citizens noticed that stubborn problems such as unemployment, disease and gravity seemed unfazed by the new presidency and its accompanying era of hope.

Dick Clark is a Real Person

FAKE NEWS – The Times Square ball wasn’t the only pricey piece of robotics called into service on New Year’s Eve, 2008. The all-new animatronic Dick Clark was put into action, four years after the human Dick Clark suffered a stroke. “We were hesitant about revealing the mechanical origins of this year’s New Year’s Eve host – but, when people didn’t realize Dick was a robot, we felt it was best to be forthcoming,” said Times Square event planner Charles Flannery.

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