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1). Remote Viewing & Remote Influencing – What is it?  By : Jim Pretin
A commentary about Remote Viewing and Remote Influencing

2). Field Notes on Country Linguistics  By : Nola L. Kelsey
You hear many endearing phrases in the county. Translating them to English can be complex. Use these handy Field Notes on Country Linguistics to lay the ground-work effective communication in the hinterland.

3). You are joking series: Stonehenge 15 one liner funny jokes competition  By : Nazir Hussain
Stonehenge Jokers plc organises.. Stonehenge jokers competition every year. In March 2006, James Mcdugal was sent to the event... he took a crash course in telling jokes.. entered the competition. He was the overall winner.. His one liner stomach crushers are listed here as well as his winning prize..

4). Couch Potato Success Factors  By : Peter Murphy
A short humourous piece of what couch potato success entails.

5). Dice Sports Games That Are Fun; the Pro Football Game.  By : John DeJong
This is the next installment in a world of incredibly fun sports games played with dice. In the first installment I taught you how to play the college version of “Dice Football”. That was the simplest of all my dice sports games. Now it is time to start getting a little more complex. As, in all my dice football games you will need two dice, notebook paper and a pen or pencil.

6). Google's Wonderland: Trouble In Paradise?  By : Dean Phillips
The fairy tale existance of Google is starting to experience shockwaves.So, what's the source of these shockwaves? Click fraud. As my readers

7). THE WILDCAT'S BEGINNING  By : Irvin L. Rozier
The Wildcat's BeginningIn the beginning when all things were niceThere were no wildcats, there were no miceAnd then one day the old man ca

8). You Know Your Breath May Be A Tad Funky When...  By : Ed Williams
You know your breath may be a tad funky when....You eat a big plate of spaghetti and meatballs for dinner along with several slices of garlic

9). The Guy Who Wished He Was a Fly  By : greggb
You should be careful what you wish for. I know this because I knowed a guy who always used to wish he was a fly. He wished he was a fly so he could b

10). A moron's account of 4th grade.  By : greggb
Ah looking back on 4rth grade, it was not my favorite grade, 3erd grade was my favorite grad butt when I think about all the grades I had in school 4

11). Bovine Resort  By : Steve Sommers
Meat is murder - I understand that - but what if it weren't murder? Would it be alright to eat it, then? The reason I was thinking of this was that I

12). Truck Stop Christmas  By : Tom Hale
This is a true story. It was told to me by a guy I met on a Riverboat. That’s how I know it’s true; who could doubt the veracity of a River Rat? He di

13). To Brand or Not to Brand - That is NOT the Question.  By : Donna Lehman
Think you can’t afford to pay attention to branding? That it’s only for the rich and largest? Think again. No matter what size company you are – you r

14). Leveraging your Holiday Sales Volumes and Getting your Busin  By : James R. Sanders
As people hustle and bustle about trying to get those last minute gift ideas ready before the big day hits, spending is up and sales run ramp

15). The Silly Essay  By : Darrin F. Coe, MA
I thought it would be fun to set down some of the random, silly thoughts I’ve been pondering over the last several weeks. In this time of geopolit

16). Spider's Big Catch  By : Gary E. Anderson
Spider's Big Catch(From the book Spider’s Big Catch)Gary E. When I was in college, Spider McGee, Charlie

Copyright The Quipping Queen 2005.THINGS YOU CAN LEARN FROM A DUCK -- Or, what doesn’t have web feet, feathers and can’t even quack?

18). Internet Marketing and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance  By : Palyn Peterson
I was just thinking about something I'd like to share withyou, and hopefully it'll give you something to think aboutas well. I was remembering

19). I'm A Romance Novel Hero!  By : Ed Williams
Before we get started here, let me tell y’all that what you’re about to read is the absolute truth. The absolute, unvarnished truth. I swear it on eve

20). The Ley Lines of a Semi-Retired Drainage System  By : Pem Charnley
There seems to be at times, a fine line between enthusiasm and frenzied delight, and with Miranda Krestovnikoff, who presents BBC 2’s Hidden Treasure

21). Thick Mick's Curriculum Vitae.  By : Thick Mick.
When I was born, I nearly died!The vet said that I was too thick for the average pelvis, whatever that is.My schoolteacher (bless her)

22). Wanted: Treadmill for an Elephant  By : Garry Gamber
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 quarter

23). Hercule Phallus and Early Viagra.  By : Thick Mick
Viagra; latin-ish for re-enforce, derived from the Greek veristrongViagra also means metasplint; meta from the Greek hidden a

24). IT'S FUNKY FEBRUARY!  By : B. Blitterlees & E. Craboon
Copyright "The Quipping Queen" 2005. IT'S FUNKY FEBRUARY OF COURSE!(Calendar of Odd Events for - FEBRUARY 2005)**Compiled by Lady

25). HOLIDAY IN HADES?  By : Theolonius McTavish
Copyright by Theolonius McTavish 2004. All rights reserved.HOLIDAY IN HADES? -- Or, more about life in the nether world from Our Man in H

26). Weather Woman  By : Tom Hale
Sometimes you just get lucky. I ran out of gas in Paiper Machet, Louisiana, on my way to a convention for freelance bumper sticker writers. My

27). A Few Tips On Comic Book Bags  By : AAA-Collectables
Comic Book Backing Boards come in different thicknesses and acid-free properties. The basic purpose for using a backing board is to giv

28). Things Not to Do in McDonalds  By : The Epic
Yes,I know I write a lot of things about McDonalds on my site,but when you work there it's hard to not complain about one thing or the other.Now

29). O. S. ARI - Some Anecdodes of Him -he was famous also for hi  By : eoa uk
ANECDOTES OF THE LATE O. S. ARI“ ...Ari’s voice, full of wit, filled the room... ”(Mustafa Dogrusoz in ’Kibris’ -5 February 1999)"

The amazing thing about contemporary American culture is its predisposition to organize itself into neat little categories. This "pigeonhole syndrome,

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