Archive For The “Humor” Category

Political Pundit: Mayor Lightfoot face masks vs looters

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Political Pundit: Mayor Lightfoot face masks vs looters

Political Pundit: Mayor Lightfoot face masks vs looters By Ray Hanania We’re having some fun with politics in Chicagoland, the State of Illinois, the Nation and the Middle East. I hope you enjoy this satirical look at political events, issues and the antics of some of our elected officials. (Each comic might have a different…

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The Political Pundit Comic Strip lampoons Mayor Lightfoot

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The Political Pundit Comic Strip lampoons Mayor Lightfoot

The Political Pundit Comic Strip lampoons Mayor Lightfoot You can view all of The Political Pundit Comic Strips here at Suburban Chicagoland by selecting Comic Strip from the drop down menu. Here is the latest The Political Pundit Comic Strip for July 27, 2020. The Political Pundit Comic Strip by Ray Hanania, 07-27-20 — Chicago…

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FX TV Series on funny vampires is a real entertainment bite

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FX TV Series on funny vampires is a real entertainment bite

FX TV Series on funny vampires is a real entertainment bite If you are looking for a funny series to watch during the coronavirus pandemic, try FX’s series “What We Do in the Shadows,” a hilarious comedic look at vampire life in America through the eyes of four vampires from the 19th Century (or older)…

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Three weeks of staying home because of COVID-19 and I am ready to break out

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Three weeks of staying home because of COVID-19 and I am ready to break out

Three weeks of staying home because of COVID-19 and I am ready to break out Tensions between husbands and wives are hitting new highs. After being at home for the past three weeks because of the coronavirus pandemic, I can understand why frustrations are mounting. I’m ready to escape. Published in the Southwest News Newspaper Group:…

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Maria Pappas launches animated Iguana and song to ease concerns of children during Coronavirus scare

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Maria Pappas launches animated Iguana and song to ease concerns of children during Coronavirus scare

Maria Pappas launches animated Iguana & song to ease concerns of children during Coronavirus scare Cook County Treasurer Maria Pappas releases an online children’s video called “Me and My Iguana” to give children enjoyment during this frightening coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. The video is online at www.MeAndMyIguana.com Chicago, IL — At a time when children may…

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I feel better just whining about it all

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I feel better just whining about it all

I feel better just whining about it all A look at the increasing hassles of life for baby boomers as they move from technology to the grocery deli islands, handicapped parking spaces and cramped airline seats. Life isn’t easy so why shouldn’t we complain about it? By Ray Hanania I’m not sure why I am…

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Tomasulo’s comedy show at Beverly Arts Center was hilarious

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Tomasulo’s comedy show at Beverly Arts Center was hilarious

Tomasulo’s comedy show at Beverly Arts Center was hilarious WGN TV Sports reporter Pat Tomasulo took his standup comedy to the Beverly Arts Center stage on New Year’s Eve entertaining two sold-out audiences with his unique and powerfully delivered with that I call hilarious sarcasm. Tomasulo had the audiences belly laughing without being able to…

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Larry David stole my life and put it on TV

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Larry David stole my life and put it on TV

Larry David stole my life and put it on TV One of the funniest sitcoms on Television is HBO’s long-running, short episode-life “Curb Your Enthusiasm” starring Larry David, Richard Lewis, and Jeff Garland among a phenomenal cast of actors and actresses. The series helped me recover from Cancer. Yes, that’s how medicinally potent it is,…

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Men turn into zombie customers during last-minute holiday rush

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Men turn into zombie customers during last-minute holiday rush

Men turn into zombie customers during last-minute holiday rush As the calendar approaches the Christmas holidays, men experience a transformation, turning into addled, confused zombies desperately searching for the last-minute gift for their wives, girlfriends and significant others. Although the retail business has a name for every experience, they haven’t figured this male zombie shopper…

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My ongoing love affair with soda pop

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My ongoing love affair with soda pop

My ongoing love affair with soda pop Soda pop defines my buying habits. If the cost of soda pop is “comfortable,” I will spend all my money at a store. But, if a store charges too much for soda pop, I will banish that store and defend the honor of my sweet love. It’s unforgivable…

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Sketch Comedy Festival Jan. 10-19, 2019

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Sketch Comedy Festival Jan. 10-19, 2019

Sketch Comedy Festival Jan. 10-19, 2019 SketchFest Executive Producer Jill Valentine is thrilled to announce the official line-up for the 18th Annual Chicago Sketch Comedy Festival, taking place January 10 through January 20, 2019 at Stage 773. Since its inception in 2002, the Chicago Sketch Comedy Festival has grown to be the largest festival of…

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Exorbitant Hamilton tickets reflect founding father’s life

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Exorbitant Hamilton tickets reflect founding father’s life

Exorbitant Hamilton tickets reflect founding father’s life “Hamilton: The Satirical.” More tickets were announced available this week to the politically partisan Broadway musical “Hamilton: An American Musical.” But only the super rich will be able to afford seats that allows them to see the whole stage and even the cheap, obstructed seats will still cost…

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