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Tag Archives: Flying monkeys
Tonight’s edition of After Dinner Mints, Modern Philosophers, is brought to you by a question that has been nagging at me over the past few weeks… Do monkeys fear monkey bread? One of my coworkers makes an awesome loaf (Is … Continue reading →
I need to establish, right from the very beginning, Modern Philosophers, that I rarely frequent Monkey Bars. They smell horrible (even more so in the Summer), the Flying Monkeys who frequent them are quite rowdy once they’ve had a few … Continue reading →
Maine Governor Paul LePage has issued an order grounding all of Maine’s Flying Monkeys due to strong winds, Modern Philosophers. Maine’s Air National Guard has been mobilized to clear the skies, and all Flying Monkeys are being issued free drink … Continue reading →
Here’s a classic from the early days of the blog. Happy Hanukkah, Modern Philosophers!
Originally posted on The Return of the Modern Philosopher:
General Phineas “Woody” Appleton, Commander in Chief of the North Pole Security Agency, announced today that because of growing security concerns, Santa’s sleigh will be escorted around the world by a…
It turned out to be one of “those Mondays”, Modern Philosophers, so when I got home to The House on the Hill after a horrible day at work, I knew needed a quick pick me up to raise my spirits. … Continue reading →
Sometimes, I don’t need much motivation to throw on the Running Toga, lace up my sneakers, and head out for my morning run, Modern Philosophers. This was one such morning. I saw the rain clouds slowly moving in, and could … Continue reading →