Beyond Your Wildest Dreams

April 20, 2018

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Man’s desire to interpret his dreams began shortly after the invention of fire.  The first recorded dreams conversation began this way: “This fire is amazing.  I dreamt about it last night. What do you think that means?” “It means you are a loser. Fire, schmire. If you don’t get off your butt and start chasing […]

Posted in: humor, research, satire, science, sleep

A Small Gathering of Michael Cohen’s Clients

April 17, 2018

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Trump enters a room and greets Michael Cohen. Mike, you called. I’m here.  Get busy and explain.  I’m behind on my Tweets.  Comey is making me work overtime.  Should I say he should go to prison or be lynched?  Or should I just say “Lock him up!” It worked before, right?   I just have to […]

Dining With the Swells

April 11, 2018

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Life in the Boomer Lane, taking a short break from tracking POTUS’ latest antics involving declaring war on Russia and giving hush money to porn stars, took a friend out for a gala birthday celebration. She and another friend always commemorate their birthdays together, usually giving them three times a year to fine dine on […]

Not Your George Clooney ER

April 9, 2018

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Posted in: humor, husband, illness, satire

The Miracle of the Non-Seder

April 3, 2018

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Saturday was the Annual Life in the Boomer Lane Seder.  The Seder, for those readers whose understanding of the Jewish religion is limited to “Jesus was Jewish, right?”  is a traditional meal to honor the Passover.  The Passover, for those readers who are still stuck on how Jesus could be Jewish if he celebrated Christmas […]

Older Men, Younger Women Update

March 30, 2018

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This week, Life in the Boomer Lane took a break from tracking our President’s favorite pastime: using his prodigious intellectual abilities to lure porn stars and Playboy centerfolds who reminded him of his daughter, into his gold-encrusted bed.  Instead, she caught the first episode of a British series, “Age Gap Love” which showed real people […]

Enough is enough.

March 26, 2018

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I’ve always intended my blog to be a humorous take on life.  Although I have certainly written serious pieces, they have mostly been about close friends and ordinary people I’ve met who have inspired me in some way.  But those are a small percentage of the number of pieces I’ve posted. I’ve set some kind […]

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