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Laugh Tracks in the Dust Syndicated Column by Thought And Laugh Enterprises

The drought continues unabated here at Damphewmore Acres. However, as with everything in life, what’s bad for some is good for others. For example,...

Laugh Tracks in the Dust

Well, now, I write a few columns in advance so I can have a few weeks of “column respite,” and the God of Rest...

Laugh Tracks in the Dust

I’m writing this column in early May and you’ll be reading it at the end of the month or early June. I needed time...

Laugh Tracks in the Dust

President Trump signs executive orders left and right, so, as a constituent, I have a favor to ask of him. “Mr. President, please sign...

Laugh Tracks in the Dust

Faithful readers, last week I left you toward the middle of the Old Boars’ Tour of Wabaunsee County on rural roads. My ol’ Missouri...

Laugh Tracks in the Dust

Faithful readers, I don’t want to bore you with a personal travelogue, so if you’re not interested in reading about my experiences on a...

Laugh Tracks in the Dust

I loved old-time, family-owned hardware stores. They had everything you could imagine in stock and it was crammed into the narrow aisles of the...

Laugh Tracks in the Dust

Sometimes interesting or humorous true stories from the distant past just morph their way into my columns. Such is the case of this true...

Laugh Tracks In The Dust

My story about the Washington State ranching couple who pulled pranks on “gun free” retailers in the Seattle area, prompted a response from ol’...

Laugh Tracks in the Dust

Few people enjoy a good practical joke more than I do — even when I’m the butt of one. I recently got a great...

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