Here are some of the movies opening tomorrow:… Read more
As a twenty year survivor of phone support for a major tech firm, I have some pointers for you.
That is, if you actually want to get your problem resolved.… Read more
Born Joseph Wardell, in 1909, he was the fourth third Stooge.… Read more
Born Samuel Horowitz, Shemp was one of the first Stooges in the act.… Read more
Born Jerome Howard in 1903, Curly was the youngest of the Stooges.… Read more
A group of teenagers is targeted by a supernatural menace, which manifests itself as a scary-ass clown.… Read more
Born Moses Harry Horwitz in June, 1897, Moe was the undisputed leader of the act.… Read more
Two new studies conducted in mice (it’s always mice, isn’t it?) , came to the same conclusion: the ketogenic, or “keto,” diet may improve memory in old age as well as prolong lifespan.… Read more
A part of the act almost from the beginning, Larry and his hair were the wacky adornment the group needed.… Read more
Sold by private companies, a Medicare Supplement Insurance (Medigap) policy can help pay some of the health care costs that Original Medicare doesn’t cover, such as co-payments, coinsurance, and deductibles.… Read more
Starting out in the 1920’s as Ted Healy and His Stooges, the act consisted of Healy, Moe Howard, Moe’s brother Shemp Howard and Larry Fine. They made one film with Healy, Soup To Nuts. … Read more
One of the brutal truths of Medicare policy: Patients can be hospitalized for days, can undergo exams and tests, can receive drugs — without ever officially being admitted to the hospital. Instead, they’re “under observation,” which means they’re outpatients, not inpatients. And that can bring financial hardships — including lack of coverage for subsequent nursing … Read more
A group of genetically enhanced humans with the most worthless powers ever are forced to flee from their city on the moon to…Hawaii. They should learn to count their blessings.… Read more
Can the Lambada lift your libido?
Can the Macarena mitigate the madness?
Can the boogaloo belay the blues?
Apparently, there is some truth to this.… Read more
Continuing with Abbott and Costello week, I thought I’d go way back.… Read more
Coffee is the proof that there is magic in the world. Every morning, I pour hot water over these magic beans and they help to bring me back to life.… Read more
This is a clip from the Abbott & Costello Show that ran from 1952 – 1954 and in syndication forever after that.… Read more
This ought to take you back a ways, to when humor wasn’t just a string of profanities.
Lack of vitamin D can cause a whole host of problems in anyone.… Read more
A nigh-invulnerable super hero teams up with a neurotic accountant to fight the forces of e-ville.… Read more
A pretty easy recipe that tastes wonderful.… Read more
This week, I have gone over the basics of Medicare, part by part,… Read more
Also called the Medicare prescription drug benefit, this is is an optional add-on… Read more