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Noun: Buffoon   (ba-FOON) Definition: 1. A ludicrous figure: clown 2. A gross and usually ill-educated or stupid person Sample sentence: Joe was really out of place at the fancy restaurant, looking like a buffoon in his blue jeans and ratty flannel shirt.

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As I warned about in an earlier post, guitars can become a bit of addiction trying to fine THE guitar to define yourself.  I feel like I’ve already been lucky enough to find one. That guitar is this… What I’ve learned about this guitar is that I 1) love the sound of humbuckers (which if […]

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Today’s Answer: Almost Famous Winner: Katie Today’s winner is Katie! She wins two movie passes from Carmike Cinemas here in Marquette! You can visit Carmike Cinemas online at Carmike.com for upcoming releases and movie times.

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If more people at high risk for cardiac disease ate dark chocolate daily, there might be fewer heart attacks and strokes. That conclusion comes from a team of Australian researchers who explored the long-term benefits of chocolate – already known to be heart protective – via a mathematical model. They based the model on more […]

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Noun: Scaramouch  (SKAIR-uh-moosh) Definition: 1. A cowardly buffoon 2. A rascal or scamp Sample sentence: Dorothy was wary about lending money to her uncle, a  scaramouch who never took responsibility for his actions.

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Plans have already been made for visiting my parents at the end of the week when they go camping at a local state campground.  This had reminded that I had no worries about buying a one day pass for my care. Why? Because I got the Recreation Passport the last time I renewed my registration.  […]

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Today’s Answer: The Sandlot Winner: Connie Today’s winner is Connie! She wins two movie passes from Carmike Cinemas here in Marquette! You can visit Carmike Cinemas online at Carmike.com for upcoming releases and movie times.

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It’s quite common for blood pressure to vary from one arm to another. Typically, the pressure is a little higher in the dominant arm; for example, right-handed people will have higher readings in their right arms. According to the American Heart Association, if the difference between your two arms is 10 millimeters of mercury or […]

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Noun: Weald  (WEELD) Definition: 1. Heavily wooded area: forest 2. A wild or uncultivated usually upland region Sample sentence: The artist had a perfect view from his cabin window of a lush weald, providing him with  great inspiration for his latest painting.

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Today before coming into work today I did something I haven’t done in a while, which is sell a guitar.  Part of the love of playing guitar for me (besides writing music) is find that one guitar that feels perfect in my hands. This can become a bit of a problem if, like me, everyone […]

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