Nora Ephron's death was a surprise because she had always seemed so indomitable. Anyone who knew Nora figured she would live to be 110 Published June 30 2012
Romney is uncomfortable around average Americans. So what’s a guy like him to do? Some advice. (Satire) Published June 23 2012
Apps, social networking, virtual tours, even an IPO are all tools that could bring Greece back from the brink. (Satire) Published June 16 2012
Skinny President Barack Obama is still a 98-pound weakling when it comes to opposing the big bully on the beach called Congress. (Satire) Published June 9 2012
Trust nothing on your plates today. It’s all poison. (Satire) Published June 2 2012
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