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 The Last Post
The Last Post
Here it is. I'm dead, and this is my last post to my blog. In advance, I asked that once my body finally shut down from the punishments of my cancer, then my family and friends publish this prepared message I wrote—the first part of the process of turning this from an active website to an archive. picked by suebe 5 months ago
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 My First Blog! My First Tattoo! My First Donut Burger!
My First Blog! My First Tattoo! My First Donut Burger!
Pee-wee Herman here. This is my very first blog, ever. My first Huffington Post blog. Ever. I am blogging on the Huffington Post. OMG. Did anyone notice I am blogging on the Huffington Post? I am a Huffington Post blogger. I'm joining the premier blogging site, The Huffington Post. I have to catch my breath. I'm. Really. Excited. If you couldn't tell. picked by suebe 1 year ago
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 Seek’s ‘Credit Superhero’ job post
Seek’s ‘Credit Superhero’ job post
Hilarious job post found on Seek.com.au. Sad that Seek can’t work out that this would be a great way of driving traffic to their site - instead they remove it. picked by AutumnLotus 2 years ago
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 Could your post office be closing?
Could your post office be closing?
As mail volume declines, the US Postal Service could shutter up to 3,200 post offices and retail outlets. Most people say they understand -- unless it's their post office. picked by kakana 2 years ago
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 The Lazy Bloggers Post Generator
The Lazy Bloggers Post Generator
For those of us producing Web logs ("blogs," as the hepcats say), it can be quite a chore to write new entries on a regular basis. That's why I use The Lazy Bloggers Post Generator. "Jeepers! I just had a terrible scare when I thought I have not updated this since 'Hammertime' was in the charts... picked by Bornbad 3 years ago
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 Cat Banned from Post Office for Not Paying Taxes
Cat Banned from Post Office for Not Paying Taxes
An Alabama town rallies around Sammy the cat by buying a PO Box in his name after he was evicted from the local post office. picked by AutumnLotus 3 years ago
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 Think Before You Post
Think Before You Post [video]
New Ad Council PSA: "Think before you post personal information online... Also, high school janitors are creepy." picked by ReBoot 5 years ago
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 A million dollar Post-it to euthanize Modern Art
A million dollar Post-it to euthanize Modern Art
An ordinary guy (not an artist) who signs as ‘G’, worried because art it’s since many decades ago a big fraud, has decided to put an end to Modern Art by creating the Ultimate Art Fraud: a Post-it that he is selling in eBay for a million dollars (or more!). G thinks that Modern Art is nowadays like a comatose patient kept alive artificially by a bunch of speculators and thefts... read full post picked by tribulete 4 years ago
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 Winnie the Pooh evacuates post office
Winnie the Pooh evacuates post office
The docile and bumbling Winnie the Pooh character triggered a speedy evacuation of a post office in Wright City, Mo., as he sounded like a bomb. picked by AutumnLotus 4 years ago
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 Wiener Dachshund dog guards dead body [VIDEO]
Wiener Dachshund dog guards dead body [VIDEO] [video]
The author of PUSHING 50 IN THE DEATH CAR, LIFE'S BLOOD befriends a small wiener dog at a house call where a person was found dead. Initially the dog was aggressively trying to protect the deceased body and was very hostile. picked by kelaltieri 3 years ago
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 Tracking down my online haters
Tracking down my online haters
"I don't know how many times I've tracked down someone who's sent a vile or nasty e-mail, tweet or Facebook post," says Richard Sandomir, the New York Times' sports media columnist. "It often results in their being so astonished, even honored, that you'd find them, that they act normally." picked by zircon77777 9 months ago
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 Trackbacks Explained – Create more links for traffic using trackbacks
Trackbacks Explained – Create more links for traffic using trackbacks
Trackbacks are a great way to generate fresh new content on your own blog while actually making a comment regarding somebody else’s blog post. Here’s the deal, you have found a great post on somebody else’s blog (preferably a similar topic to your own blog) that you would like to make a comment on. picked by Jared-Blake 4 years ago
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 Dead Friends
Dead Friends
They're All Dead: Christopher Keeley posts lots of photos of and commentary about the many friends he has made and lost during his years in the intervention business. Everyone pictured is dead and includes the reasons they died. Some of the pictures contain nudity and are NSFW. picked by doggylives 4 years ago
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 Box of beetles found in Pennsylvania Post Office
Box of beetles found in Pennsylvania Post Office
After hearing scratching noises, the Mohnton postmaster sent a package to be X-rayed. Inside were 26 really big beetles. picked by pocksucket 3 years ago
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 Here is what you can do with post-its
Here is what you can do with post-its
Talk about creative minds. picked by wickedsmart 5 years ago
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 Post Office May Issue 'Forever' Stamp
Post Office May Issue 'Forever' Stamp
The sting of rising postal costs could be eased a bit by the introduction of a "forever" stamp that would remain valid for first-class postage despite future increases. picked by suebe 5 years ago
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 Jamie Livingston: Photo of the Day
Jamie Livingston: Photo of the Day
Every day, for almost 7,000 days, starting in 1979, Jamie Livingston took a Polaroid. In 1997 he died, and his friends and family gathered together the photos and made them into an exhibit. This is some pretty awesome stuff. The real website just recently got huge hits on it causing it to shut down, but here is a blog with some sample photos and a summary of this man's life. I will update the po... read full post picked by muppetmaker 3 years ago
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 What is Post Crossing?
What is Post Crossing?
It's a project that allows anyone to exchange postcards (paper ones, not electronic) from random places in the world. For free! picked by KerOBeroS32 3 years ago
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  Imagine A Saturday Without Mail
Imagine A Saturday Without Mail
The U.S. Postal Service is losing billions and is considering whether to drop Saturday delivery. The idea falls flat with some, who point to people who rely on checks and prescriptions that could arrive on Saturday. But with UPS and FedEx serving our mail needs, do we need the post office at all? picked by bingo 11 months ago
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 Canada Post cowed by "very threatening cat"
Canada Post cowed by "very threatening cat"
Canada's postal system has stopped delivering mail to a home in Winnipeg, Manitoba, after a mail carrier was scared away by a "very threatening cat," the Winnipeg Free Press said on Friday. picked by AutumnLotus 4 years ago
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 NY Post's policy dictates that bloggers are never given credit as source
NY Post's policy dictates that bloggers are never given credit as source
Newspapers claim that bloggers are parasites even when the blogger credits the paper and links back to the paper. Murdoch's NY Post will parasite bloggers and refuses to give them credit. Two way street?? picked by 2manyusernames 2 years ago
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