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Family Camping Magazine — Encouraging Divorce-Free Camping Outcomes since 2021

Posted By clifhaley 35 days ago on Humor

https://www.clifhaley.me - We’re proud to announce the forthcoming launch of our new family-oriented camping magazine called Family Camping Magazine. It took many hours in stressful think tanks full of highly-paid writers to come up with this compelling magazine name, but we feel it really captures the essence of our family camping magazine about family camping. For example, […]
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My Arm Felt Like an ATM Fell on it After My Second Dose of the Moderna COVID Vaccine

Posted By clifhaley 36 days ago on Humor

https://www.clifhaley.me - I think I got off fairly easy from my 2nd dose of the Moderna COVID vaccine. Other than a nagging headache I just had some pretty bad pain in my arm. Felt like an ATM fell on it the next day. Not a modern-day lightweight ATM, but one of those sturdy, old ATMs powered by […]
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Switching from PC to Mac? Here are Three Subtle Differences Between Windows and MacOS to Look Out For

Posted By clifhaley 83 days ago on Humor

https://www.clifhaley.me - I’ve you’ve finally come to your senses and decided to switch from a Windows PC to a Mac, here are several of the small differences that might trip you up as you try getting used to the far superior MacOS operating system that you should have embraced a long, long time ago. Why you were […]
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Schmedley

Posted By clifhaley 157 days ago on Humor

https://api.follow.it - This is a short story about dogs taking over the world called “Schmedley” that I originally wrote when I was a 22-year-old college guy in 1996…

Hi. My name is not Bo Bo. My name is Victor Kennedy. I am thirty-seven years of age. I used to be a fairly successful businessman. I’m not crazy. l am NOT crazy. l am writing this for all the humans of the future – assuming there will be any to read it – and I’m going to bury it with my Rolex and my favorite chew toy in a secret place in hopes that someone will find it. This will stand as a record of the downfall of humanity for the beings of the future. Who knows when it all started? I will begin from where it started for me, about six months ago. . .
I lived in a small suburban home alone. My only comp