Category Archives: Humor

Generic Political Ad

To save you some time I have created a political ad that pretty much covers the muck you’ll hear in any election season.

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Generic Privacy Notice

Having gotten those two or three page notices from almost every business or service I deal with, the absurdity of it got to me and this was the result.

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In The Name of Friendship by Frank Bird Linderman

In The Name of Friendship by Frank Bird Linderman In the old west a man has reached bottom and is determined to kill himself. As there are consequences to suicide in the hereafter, the bartender at the Silver Dollar offers … Continue reading

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Jack and the Bad Stock by Roy Trumbull

A twisted fairy tale that introduces one to the fictions of Wall Street and the legal fictions that make them possible.

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Jeeves and the Unbidden Guest by P. G. Wodehouse

Lady Malvern, a friend of Wooster’s dreaded Aunt Agatha, drops in one morning and manages to deposit her twenty something son Motty to his care while she tours the country and its prisons to gather material for a book. Jeeves … Continue reading

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Joey and the Perfect Golf Clubs

I think I had my first golf clubs when I was three. My dad, Barney Trumbull, was a dedicated golfer but I lacked the knack. That didn’t keep me from playing with him on every golf course in Northern California. … Continue reading

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Kickme by Roy Trumbull

This is an orientation lecture for those who’ve just moved to a state where the residents all have a stake in their exploitation and mistreatment and are convinced that it’s a good idea to get the short end of the … Continue reading

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Leave It To Jeeves by P. G. Wodehouse

This is the first of the P.G. Wodehouse Jeeves and Wooster stories. I’ve read it in what I’ll call Brit Lite. Meaning that while there is an English flavor to the speech, I’ve not attempted to maintain English accents. There … Continue reading

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Lester and Earl Explain the Universe

Two rural sages tackle religion, abortion, eternal congressmen, and China. All this while cleaning their rifles. If this seems similar to those folksy bits of self serving propaganda on cable, so be it. Creative Commons Copyright – some rights reserved

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Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime by Oscar Wilde

If someone read your future and said you were going to commit murder, would you believe him? If so, would you commit the murder now or put it off until later? Oscar Wilde’s satire of late Victorian England, with its … Continue reading

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Miss Moose Meat by Roy Trumbull

A young lady is proud of the fact she was named Miss Moose Meat at a beauty contest in Alaska. In fact she never fails to mention the fact, much to the chagrin of her brother. It acts as a … Continue reading

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Modern Hiawatha

This is a satire of the Hiawatha poems by Longfellow.

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Poems of Lewis Carroll Ch01

Jabberwocky

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Poems of Lewis Carroll Ch02

The Walrus and the Carpenter

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Rip Van Winkle by Washington Irving

This is the story of the man who falls asleep and awakens to a changed world 20 years later.The story of Rip Van Winkle is to be found in the Sketchbook of Geoffrey Crayon. Crayon attributes it to Diedrich Knickerbocker. … Continue reading

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Sarah and Dean On Healthcare

This is a satire of those criminal frauds bankrolled by the healthcare cartel. Two actors play just plain folks to gull the fools who watch cable.

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Shakespeare In Superposition

It was obvious to me that Shakespeare understood quantum mechanics and superposition when he wrote “To be or not to be”. In this piece I apply supposition to the balcony scene from Romeo and Juliet.

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Sweethearts, Hello From Hollywood

A long time ago I spent a few years in So. CA working in radio and I did many showbiz interviews. In that time I meant enough phonies and frauds to last a lifetime. They all went into the creation … Continue reading

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Ten New Dresses – Clean!

A twisted joke at the expense of the fat wife of a radio station GM goes wrong.

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The Church of the Cell Phone by Roy Trumbull

The cell phone has become the default object of religious devotion in our times. Are there cell phones in heaven? Brother Wooley of the “Church of the Cell Phone” answers your questions.

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