A Chat About the Antichrist

A Chat About the Antichrist
Lawrence Millman is the author of 18 books, including such titles as Last Places, A Kayak Full of Ghosts, Our Like Will Not Be There Again, Hiking to Siberia, At the End of the World, Fungipedia, and — forthcoming — The Last Speaker of Bear. Shop for his books at Thrift Books and other book sellers.
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Talking with his drinking buddy, God, the Lord informs the author that Satan brought the Antichrist with him to New York. I wanted to learn something about the … Read more

A Chat about Santa

A Chat about Santa
Lawrence Millman is the author of 18 books, including such titles as Last Places, A Kayak Full of Ghosts, Our Like Will Not Be There Again, Hiking to Siberia, At the End of the World, Fungipedia, and — forthcoming — The Last Speaker of Bear. Shop for his books at Thrift Books and other book sellers.
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My companion said it was time to have a chat about Santa, noting that Saint Nicholas was yet another Jesus devotee. On a late summer day, God and … Read more

New York City Subway and Sewer Rats Form Union

New York City Subway and Sewer Rats Form Union
Ted holland attended college for four years. The year that he bothered to go to class he studied history. He majored in throwing quarters in the jukebox in the Student Union canteen and minored in a girl named Marsha. His books include This Day In African American Musicand B Western Actors Encyclopedia.
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Dispatches from SNN (Slobovian News Network) New York subway and sewer rats presented Mayor Adams with a petition from their newly-formed labor union. There are 8 million stories … Read more

Dining Out with the Buddha

Dining Out with the Buddha
Lawrence Millman is the author of 18 books, including such titles as Last Places, A Kayak Full of Ghosts, Our Like Will Not Be There Again, Hiking to Siberia, At the End of the World, Fungipedia, and — forthcoming — The Last Speaker of Bear. Shop for his books at Thrift Books and other book sellers.
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Hanging out with my friend God in Central Park, he told me about a meeting he’d had with the Buddha. As we were sitting on our favorite bench … Read more

Q&A with God about King Solomon

Q&A with God about King Solomon
Lawrence Millman is the author of 18 books, including such titles as Last Places, A Kayak Full of Ghosts, Our Like Will Not Be There Again, Hiking to Siberia, At the End of the World, Fungipedia, and — forthcoming — The Last Speaker of Bear. Shop for his books at Thrift Books and other book sellers.
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God tells his drinking buddy about King Solomon, the richest person in the world in his time. As God and I were walking past the Solomon Guggenheim Museum, … Read more

Plagues, Etc.

Plagues, Etc.
Lawrence Millman is the author of 18 books, including such titles as Last Places, A Kayak Full of Ghosts, Our Like Will Not Be There Again, Hiking to Siberia, At the End of the World, Fungipedia, and — forthcoming — The Last Speaker of Bear. Shop for his books at Thrift Books and other book sellers.
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Since my drinking buddy God had alluded to his plagues, I asked him about the killing off of Egyptian first-borns. In several of our conversations, God had alluded … Read more

Location, Location

Location, Location
Emeritus Professor of English at SUNY-Buffalo
Howard R. Wolf is Emeritus Professor of English and Senior Fellow at SUNY-Buffalo and the author of three memoirs, a novel (Broadway Serenade), personal essays, and many short stories.A Fulbright Scholar in Turkey and South Africa,he is now putting together a collection ofstories, EXILES BY STARLIGHT, and a play, HOME AT THE END OF THEDAY. Mr. Wolf is a graduate of Horace Mann School, Amherst College(BA), Columbia (MA), and The University of Michigan (PH.D) where he won a Hopwood for fiction. Howard lives in Amherst, New York where he writes and cultivates a small garden.
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We at the TLC understand concern about our article linking the former president and Henry James. It’s all about location. Some readers of Humor Times have emailed (a … Read more

In the Beginning

In the Beginning
Lawrence Millman is the author of 18 books, including such titles as Last Places, A Kayak Full of Ghosts, Our Like Will Not Be There Again, Hiking to Siberia, At the End of the World, Fungipedia, and — forthcoming — The Last Speaker of Bear. Shop for his books at Thrift Books and other book sellers.
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In the Beginning, there was a conversation on a bench in Central Park. I was seated on a bench in New York’s Central Park, and on the bench … Read more

Furious Gun Owners Demand the Right to Marry Their Guns

Furious Gun Owners Demand the Right to Marry Their Guns
I was born a young baby. Then I grew up. Then I grew confused. Then I grew tired. I'm a 20th century man who's somehow been transported to the 21st century, with one foot in the gone past and the other in the here now. I started my blog mymanymoodsofme toward the end of 2012. There I write humorous essays, stories and poems (lyrics from my songs), in addition to my aphorisms. It's good work... if you get it. In my spare time I play chess, write songs, and reflect upon what I see. I'm very happy to be colluding with Humor Times, and hope you enjoy the result. Cheers!

Claiming discrimination, gun owners demand the right to marry their guns, “or else.” In a twist that gives new meaning to the term “shotgun wedding,” Second Amendment activists … Read more

A Chat About ‘The Fall’

A Chat About ‘The Fall’
Lawrence Millman is the author of 18 books, including such titles as Last Places, A Kayak Full of Ghosts, Our Like Will Not Be There Again, Hiking to Siberia, At the End of the World, Fungipedia, and — forthcoming — The Last Speaker of Bear. Shop for his books at Thrift Books and other book sellers.
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In a continuing conversation with God, he says that “The Fall of Man” was really about Adam and Eve hating poison ivy. God and I were wandering down … Read more

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