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How I Cheer Myself Up During the Holidays

I like living here in Cambridge, Massachusetts, for at least six months out of every year. Then it gets cold and dark and dismal, and you have to be very deliberate about cheering yourself up. Here's an example of how I do that. read more

Shea is beginning to think that stealing the world's most famous skull wasn't the best way to launch his career in cat burglary...

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Ecard text: i love you very much. im sorry im complicated

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Ecard text: If I see a Western Lowland Gorilla today I am totally treating it as suspicious.

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Ecard text: It's your birthday. Yay! Will this do?

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Ecard text: Genghis Khan killed his own brother when he was thirteen.  And he went on to greatness.  This is not a threat, just an observation based on a factual instance from history.

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