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  • Katana master  By : Denis Portov
    This story took place in feudal Japan in the 18th century. The great warrior and commander Uesugi Kenshin said, "A warrior has success in his head, armor on his chest, and his fate is in heaven. Go to fight with confidence and you'll come back without a single wound…
  • Detroit Nightlife  By :
    Detroit Michigan has long been thought of as a city of nightlife. This is mostly because of the legendary status of Motown, the birth of the musical era that would inevitably change the musical world, as we know it. Today, the lights never go out in downtown Detroit and it has become one of the most popular, as well as the most varied, of nightlife spots in the United States. The city literally has hundreds of popular clubs and bars that people travel hundreds of miles to visit, and in some cases thousands.
  • The San Jose Nightlife, California Style After Hours  By :
    The ideal vacation getaway is one where there are thousands of activities from every aspect imaginable, including the ethnicity. No one wants a vacation full of meals at the same types of restaurants. The same holds true with activities. While the beach may be fun, no one wants to sit on the beach for two weeks straight without a break. They want variety. Finally, who would look forward to the same sports bar every night for after hour's entertainment? People want variety, and that is what they get in the San Jose California nightlife.
  • The Perfect Way To Send Perfect Greeting Cards  By : Alexa Ferotina
    My lifestyle is very busy. Chances are, yours is too. I do keep a day planner and I keep important anniversaries, birthdays, etc. in it, and, when time allows, I run to the greeting card shop and try to find the most hilarious memorable card.
  • Top Six Funniest Cartoons On The Internet  By : Alexa Ferotina
    Funny is what funny does. But what is the real king of comedy? You might be surprised that more people view newspaper and Internet cartoons than all the funny movies, sitcoms, late night shows, and stand-up comedians if they were all lined up side-by-side.
  • How Cartooning Absorbed My Very Soul  By : Alexa Ferotina
    I love to wax nostalgic, thinking back to being a toddler, and, yes, I do remember, and watching Popeye on television. He was my idol and saint. Bluto was the devil. I fantasized being Olive Oyl, the damsel in distress, always fought over and always saved by you know who.
  • The Mighty Boosh Comedy Review - A Journey Through Time And Space  By : Jim Olivero
    When you watch The Mighty Boosh for the first time you have no doubt in your mind that you like it, the first thing that springs to mind is how do I tell my friends about this without sounding weird, this is because they create such a creative and abstract reality that it will have you transfixed with ...
  • How The Arts Brought People Together After 9/11  By : William Hendrix, Jr.
    Londons Times Cartoons founder, Rick London, like many other creative souls such as Elvis, John Grisham, William Faulkner, B.B. King and many others, was born and raised in rural Mississippi. His early formal education surely did not teach him what he knows today. When we met, he was not yet a cartoonist, but a well-known playright and businessman, living inside the beltway, who had founded an interesting bus tour business in in the late 1980's. I was just beginning my writing career at the time, and he was getting major media coverage worldwide so I stood in line for an interview. He made time for me on the same day he made time for "Inside Edition", then hosted by Bill O'Reilly. Rick was and is a gentleman.
  • How to Create Really Funny Jokes?  By : Popiah
    This article will describe what is a joke and how to create the best really funny jokes ever.
  • What Single-panel Cartoon Is Rated Highest On The Internet?  By : Alexa Ferotina
    If I told you who I thought was my favorite cartoonist, you would, probably, in turn, tell me who is yours. And it woud be different. What I'm writing about is not favorite, but most popular, most viewed worldwide. I checked some analytical sites such as Alexa and others and found some good facts. Rick London is wining the race, but not by a long-shot. He is known for his surprises, so never say never, that he might fall into second. He has many creative tricks up his sleeve.
  • Dark Hypnosis man busted & sent to jail  By : Jack \"JK\" Ellis
    How a man used hypnosis to get free meals! Unbelievable!!
  • Art Licensing: The Real Money In Cartooning  By : Rick London..
    In my ten years of cartooning, people often want to talk about the money. They say things like, "You must be rich with all those newspapers you are in." In the first place, I'm not in that many newspapers and not even syndicated. Even if I was in syndication, that is not where the money is in cartooning. Speaking of syndication, the lottery has better odds.
  • The (very) Humble Beginnings Of Londons Times Cartoons  By : Alexa Ferotina
    I started working for cartoonist Rick London, founder of Londons Times Cartoons, when I was 21 years old and still a student at a nearby state university. I'd had a number of jobs, but he was the first boss I had that taught me pragmatic knowledge in the real world. Rick did not have a formal education, he does at the time of this writing, but the year was around 1997 or so.
  • Five Things You Must Do To Be A Professional Humorist  By : Rick London..
    I can't tell you the right or wrong way to enter the field of comedy or how to become a cartoonist and keep a straight face. And that's good. Don't keep a straight face. That is rule number one.
  • World-famous Cartoonist Shares Tips On Being Funny  By : Rick London..
    It still surprises me when people ask me how to become funny? At times I don't know how to take it. I know from my line of work that I am considered funny, but, to be honest, it doesn't feel that much different from when I worked in sales. After all, I majored in business, not humor.
  • How T-shirts Became So Popular In America  By : Rick London..
    In my life, for many years, nothing could be so benign and innocent as a -shirt. All that has changed.
  • Cartooning For Dummies...and Very Smart People  By : Rick London
    Someone once told me there are two things to consider when thinking of becoming a cartoonist: 1. You must be funny and 2 You must know how to draw.
  • The Zen Of Niche  By : Rick London
    When I was in college (the first time around), I was always told to find a niche and keep it simple. Little did I know at the time, I was learning a sound business principle. After all, there is nothing simple about Ebay, Yahoo, or Google.
  • Twenty Facts on Life: Not For Those Seeking Answers  By : Rammy Johnson
    Are you interested in finding out some strange but true facts that are prevalent in our modern world? In the article I have written, you will find those and laughs too.
  • Humorous Thoughts on Christmas  By : Aazdak Alisimo
    The Christmas holiday is almost upon us. Yep, already! On the good side, this means shopping till you drop, hooking up with family and Christmas parties galore. On the bad side, this also means shopping till you drop, hooking up with family and parties galore!
  • Truly Grin, Snort and Bear It  By : Aazdak Alisimo
    They say life tends to balance out, but some days can really seem to take the wind out of your sails. If you find yourself stressed out or taking life way to seriously, a good laugh can make all the difference so read on my friend.
  • Laugh Till You Cry  By : Aazdak Alisimo
    Whatever you are doing at this very moment can be made better by a bit of laughter. Okay, probably not heart surgery, but you get the idea. So without further delay, it is time to laugh to these quotes, thoughts and ramblings.
  • Easy Magic Tricks  By : Michael Malega
    Informative article for Easy Magic Tricks subject, tips, ideas, recommendations that is all about Easy Magic Tricks. If you would like to learn more about Magic Tricks, please check our web site by following our link…
  • Comic Book Values  By : Michael Malega
    Informative article for comic book values, tips, ideas, recommendations and much more on this topic of comic book values. Come to check our web site to find other related information that may be of interest to you and more...
  • Pardon Me, But I Thought Free, Freebie, No Cost, As Well As Many Others, Meant Just That!  By : Theresa Twogood
    I'm sure you are as fed up as I am with all the parsing of common words to misrepresent something, someone or both. The parsing of commonly held words is stupid and will not be tolerated by the masses any longer! If an advertiser wants us to dance a jig or jump through hoops to receive their low cost, almost worth nothing, free or freebie item all they must do is simply say so.
  • The Truth Behind Valentine's Day - Past and Present  By : Corina Clemence
    The legend of Saint Valentine, and some interesting facts and stories about how it is celebrated today.
  • Why Are Some Plants Called Weeds?  By : Tom Henricks
    Shouldn't weed classification really should remain in the eye of the beholder?
  • A Concise History Of Cartoons And Funny Pictures  By : Vicki Churchill
    For as long as man has been able to paint and draw, funny pictures and cartoons have been depicted on caves walls, canvas, paper, floors, ceilings and even skin!
  • Fun Free Games  By : Vicki Churchill
    Everyone likes to play games from children to adults and you don't have to hurt your wallet organising a fun day or evening of entertainment. Some of the most enjoyable activities are simple free games
  • Galloping Gooseberry - A Real Life Experience  By : Sarathy sadagopan
    Sagarika, a business writer with a delhi based pulication shares a funny life experience of hers.
  • Rate People And Get Yourself Rated On Websites  By : Daniel Wesley
    Submit some of your pictures so that the members of a particular website can rate you on the basis of the photographs you submit or upload on the website.
  • Express And Impress With Buddy Icons  By : Daniel Wesley
    The icons used in many IM programs like AOL Instant, Yahoo Messenger and MSN Messenger are referred to as buddy icons.
  • Fran Capo, Angel On Her Shoulder  By : Mark Greenstein
    well known comedian, Fran Capo has been on the Larry King Show, and said the Eulogy for the victims of the Titanic tragedy. Hear her divine story of her contact with a real angel.
  • Is the Word Christmas Politically Correct?  By : marco miranda
    The so called political correctness has created absurd guidelines affecting ordinary situations, events and personalities in our society. Time to unmask some of them.
  • Welcome Back Professor!  By : marco miranda
    On his return from Zurich the Professor discusses Iraq, Middle East situation and Axis of Evil matters. A humorous slant on serious matters.
  • Mobile Disco - Quick Before They Lock Us In  By : Martyn Brown
    This is a true account of a mobile discotheque performed at an 'Old Folks' home. Highly entertaining ... and the disco was too.
  • Just A Bus Trip Or A Daytime Nightmare?  By : Martyn Brown
    Martyn Brown writes and edits home business publications but, on occasions, looks at the lighter side of life. Martyn took a rare bus trip.
  • The Effects Of Funny Things  By : Vicki Churchill
    This article looks at the wonderful effects of laughter & really funny things.
  • Are You Spreading Humor  By : David Hill
    My first thought upon seeing the subject, "Are you sharing humor?" was that it referred to comics or orators. After giving some thought to the subject I began to see that each one of us, at sometime or other, should share our humor.
  • How I Found Out That God Bowls On Monday Evenings at 7  By : Duane Shinn
    I grew up wondering what Jesus did on Monday evenings. My Uncle Verge went bowling on Monday evenings, and although a good Methodist child wouldn't be caught dead inside a bowling alley back in those days, I sometimes visualized Jesus bowling along side of Uncle Verge, since they both apparently had Monday evenings off.
  • How Grandma's Lap Robe Saved My Legs  By : Duane Shinn
    As I was growing up, Grandma always made sure that I wouldn't catch cold by insisting I have a lap robe over my legs. Didn't matter if it was 32 degrees or 100 degrees; the lap robe was an absolute necessity.
  • Honey Do List Gone Wild For Unemployed Men  By : Barbara Cipak
    Sarcastic humor, yes it is the healer of our soul. A cup of reality mixed in with some slap-my-face humor put in the form of two poems. Laughing our way to the grave, now there's a plan.
  • How To Impress Girls - Or Maybe Not  By : Duane Shinn
    I suppose that all males at some time in their life attempt to impress girls. My efforts started in about the 5th grade, and left a great deal to be desired.
  • Never Open An Outhouse Door Without Knocking  By : Duane Shinn
    I suppose that every hometown of every child holds certain favorite hiding places, or short cuts, or little-known doors or cubbyholes or secret passageways or whatever, and Auburn, the little town where I grew up, was no exception.
  • Remote Viewing & Remote Influencing - What is it?  By : Jim Pretin
    A commentary about Remote Viewing and Remote Influencing
  • 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..
  • Couch Potato Success Factors  By : Peter Murphy
    A short humourous piece of what couch potato success entails.
  • Internet Scams and the Charlatans Behind Them  By : Jim Pretin
    A humorous commentary about internet making money scams
  • Tech Support Comedy  By : Allyson Brandy
    Ever wonder what the help-desk technician was doing on the other end of the phone when you scream that your computer just crashed? Well, here's a website full of tech support horror stories that would make the most stalwart consumer cringe and will, at the very least, leave you in laughing hysterically or in tears depending on where you appear in the lack of competancy index.
  • Brighten Your Day and Enlighten Your Life  By : Mike Moore
    If you find these quotes humorous search them for hidden wisdom
  • Three Cheers For The Patriot Act!  By : Andrew Wroblewski
    I'm as patriotic as the next person, maybe even more so if the next person is the cashier at my local convenience store which still doesn't seem to employ REAL Americans; but I digress.
  • The Difference Between An Optimist And A Pessimist  By : Saleem Rana
    Attitude determines everything. In this humorous exchange between an optimist and a pessimist, we can see how our attitude defines our health, wealth, and experience of luck.

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