Truth or Tabloid?

You’ve just got to love the wackiness of supermarket tabloids, not to mention that they give customers something to do while waiting in line to have their groceries rung up.

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Stop the Presses

In the 1400’s, a man named Johann Gutenberg invented something that would forever change the way people looked at reading materials.

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Career Day

Throughout elementary school and into high school, there was always a full day set aside in which working professionals would come in and tell us all about their jobs.

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Home Sweet Home

“It takes hands to build a house,” wrote an unknown author, “but only hearts can build a home.”

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Get Thee to a Support Group

To paraphrase the late film critic Roger Ebert, movies would be a lot shorter if the right two people just got together and had a smart conversation.

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The Dating Game

Long before “The Bachelor” and “The Bachelorette” (1965, to be precise), a popular TV show called “The Dating Game” debuted in which a young lady was invited to ask questions of three potential suitors who were hidden from her view.

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Moonlighting

Throughout history, creative types such as writers have had to support themselves with day jobs until such time as they became famous.

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Go West, Young Screenwriter!

“It was because of my great interest in the West,” wrote Buffalo Bill, “and my belief that its development would be assisted by the interest I could awaken in others, that I decided to bring the West to the East through the medium of the Wild West Show.”

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