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Rock and Roll Circus Family (#3)

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Rock and Roll Circus Family (#002)

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Rock and Roll Circus Family – Issue #1

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In an effort to bring even more low brow satire to Baseball For Dinner, contributor Roscoe recently cooked up an idea for a Sunday Comix / Rock n’ Roll mash up column. While… Continue reading

Pork Hertylman Found Dead At Abandoned Discovery Zone

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(BFDN) — Pittsburgh, PA

Pork Hertylman, a senior columnist with Baseball For Dinner, was discovered dead by a group of transients in a vacant building in Pittsburgh on Saturday morning. Emergency responders were unable to revive him.

How To Forget Where You Are

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I only watched a bit of the Oscars this year, while I was on a business trip in Orlando with two co-workers. Two of us were in suits and the other guy was… Continue reading

The Shanty Shaker From Monkey Town: A Memoir

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Have you ever tried to indulge some secret desire? Given in to a little voice somewhere that keeps telling you to just go ahead and join that Mail-In Harmonic Convergence Study Group? Perhaps… Continue reading

Baseball For Dinner Presents: How To Build A Dolly

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BaseballForDinner.com presents the first installment of a How To series aimed at teaching you, the at-home viewer, how to do things that you are otherwise too stupid or inept to do. In Episode… Continue reading

Forfeiting Our Anonymity – New Dangers of the Cell Phone Era

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February 11, 2010 — BFDN: Op Ed Tomorrow, a federal appeals court will hear oral arguments in a case that could establish new standards for tracking the whereabouts of Johnny T. Everymann’s cell… Continue reading

“The 2010 Grammy Awards” Or “Ouch, My Cerebrum Hurts”

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In the wake of the 2010 Oscar nominations being announced a day earlier than I’d expected, I thought it would be appropriate to write a day-late lackluster review of the Grammys. First, some… Continue reading

Avatar Increases US Suicide Rate; Cameron Held Responsible

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(BFDN) — James Cameron’s new $500m theatrical space gimmick, Avatar has audiences jumping out of their seats — and, in some cases, out of windows, in front of buses, and off cliffs. In… Continue reading