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Tue February 23, 2021
(Wikipedia)
 
 
 
200 years ago today John Keats, one of the greatest English language poets in history died of TB at age 25 in Rome. Scroll down for an interesting tombstone
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Sun February 21, 2021
(Wikipedia)
 
 
 
Continuing our random walk through the alphabet, this week the Sunday Morning Music Club is looking for the best songs that start with ... *spins alphabet wheel* ...the letter M
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(Wikipedia)
 
 
 
Continuing our random walk through the alphabet, this week the Sunday Morning Music Club is looking for the best songs that start with ... *spins alphabet wheel* ...the letter M
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Fri February 19, 2021
(The Daily Beast)
 
 
 
Apparently the Republican's cunning free-market plan in Texas was not thought out all the way through, they've devastated the state with their deregulation
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Wed February 17, 2021
(Phys Org2)
 
 
 
Subby is confused, linguistically feminine company names are more successful. Two syllables ends with a long vowel, but Nike makes the list, must be the long tongues
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Wed February 03, 2021
(Unilad)
 
 
 
Whats the price to pay to be the biggest idiot on the planet? $24 million
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Sun January 31, 2021
(LAD Bible)
 
 
 
Apparently in our mad rush to separate ourselves and protect from getting the coronavirus we accidentally killed off the flu
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Mon January 25, 2021
(Hack A Day)
 
 
 
Nocows
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Fri January 22, 2021
(Some Guy)
 
 
 
Gordon Ramsay: WHERE'S THE LAMB SOURCED FROM BRITAIN? What do you mean it's stuck in port, you donkey?
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(BBC-US)
 
 
 
Now realizing that the EU was totally out of their league, the UK has moved on to the passive-aggressive stage of the breakup
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Thu January 21, 2021
(NPR)
 
 
 
It's a great day when you take the job of the jerk boss who demoted you
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(ABC 27)
 
 
 
Can the COVID-19 vaccine be mixed and matched?
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Wed January 20, 2021
(Merriam-Webster)
 
 
 
The Merriam-Webster word of the day for January 20 is 'gulosity' as in: "While I follow my grandmother's recipes exactly, my goulash isn't nearly as delicious as hers was, and lacks a certain gulosity"
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Sun January 17, 2021
(Wikipedia)
 
 
 
This week, the Sunday Morning Music Club is keeping things basic: we're looking for the best songs that start with the letter "B". Why? Bee-cause we can
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Thu January 07, 2021
(The Conversation)
 
 
 
Wellallrightythen
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Mon January 04, 2021
(AP News)
 
 
 
The game in Spain: don't let Britons on the plane
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Sat January 02, 2021
(Merriam-Webster)
 
 
 
The Merriam-Webster word of the day is 'feckless' as in: "Behold, the field in which I grow my fecks is barren, I am fresh out of fecks to give, for I am feckless"
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Fri January 01, 2021
(Medium)
 
 
 
If no mistake you have made, losing you are. A different game you should play
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(WPTV)
 
 
 
Shiat about to get real in Florida, the new COVID strain is there and it was found in a community spread
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Wed December 30, 2020
(Axios)
 
 
 
The 2020 news cycle in graphical form, a perfect way to visualize the chaotic year and our collective goldfish memories
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Tue December 29, 2020
(CNBC)
 
 
 
UK variant of COVID-19 detected in the United States in a patient from a rural area with no history of travel
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(BBC-US)
 
 
 
In today's episode of Brits Behaving Badly: beach-partying Brit backpackers Down Under threatened with deportation after violating _all_ the corona rules
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Sun December 27, 2020
(Some Guy)
 
 
 
The Sunday Morning Music Club is keeping things short and sweet this week: we're looking for the best songs with one word titles
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Fri December 25, 2020
(Merriam-Webster)
 
 
 
The Merriam-Webster word of the day for December 25 is "noel" as in: "I don't care how you pronounce Christmas, but there's Noel in Psalm"
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Wed December 23, 2020
(The Week)
 
 
 
Brexit has gone soft. We swear this never has happened before
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Mon December 21, 2020
(We Are Central PA)
 
 
 
Today's example of "a fool and his money are soon parted" brought to you by Bedford, PA
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Fri December 18, 2020
(Guardian)
 
 
 
A 400-year-old, gilt-edged tome of John Donne's hand-written verse is unveiled, including "The Breake of Daye," "Sunn Risinge," and a sh*tload of other classic misspelled poems
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Thu December 17, 2020
(NYPost)
 
 
 
Of course, people thought Trebek was an empty suit coming off High Rollers to host the revival of the most boring game show in history
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Wed December 16, 2020
(Merriam-Webster)
 
 
 
The Merriam-Webster word of the day for December 16 is 'Vilify' as in: "When asked why he does not drink blood, Count Chocula would only say 'Vilify do, people get vurious'"
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Sun December 13, 2020
(CNBC)
 
 
 
Honestly, did ANYONE think Brexit was going to end up any other way than in abject failure and economic ruin?
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Fri December 11, 2020
(Merriam-Webster)
 
 
 
The Merriam-Webster word of the day for December 11 is 'Contraband' as in: "In the 1980's, a group of moral crusaders fearing that computer games caused violence tried very hard to get contraband"
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Sun December 06, 2020
(Wikipedia)
 
 
 
And now for something completely different... this week the Sunday Morning Music Club is looking for songs that start with the letter "S"
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Sat December 05, 2020
(Merriam-Webster)
 
 
 
The Merriam-Webster word of the day for December 5 is "Incandescent" as in "Beer incandescent taste the same as draft"
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Fri December 04, 2020
(Page Six)
 
 
 
Chet Hanks needs someone to teach him the first rule of holes, mon
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(Merriam-Webster)
 
 
 
The Merriam-Webster word of the day for December 4 is "Distend" as in: "The length of a piece of wood is the distance between distend and dat end"
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Wed November 18, 2020
(Law and Crime)
 
 
 
"Peppering Giuliani with pointed questions, [Judge] Brann appeared to catch Giuliani flubbing basic questions of law -- and the English language"
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