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I see dead people

“Extreme social networking,” the latest wave to sweep both the Internet and Silicon Valley venture-capital circles, has opened a new frontier: chatting with the dead.

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How to drive women wild

When German pharmaceutical giant Boehringer Ingelheim asked the Food and Drug Administration to approve its new Viagra-like drug for women, the Internet’s jabbering classes became obses

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Advancing the status quo

The following is the text of a recent speech to the National Inertia Guild by Biff Crowningshield Bredwell III of Indian Hills, winne

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LEO: Helping Louisville get laid since 1990

LEO loves you and wants you to be happy. For 20 years, this paper has presented hard-hitting local journalism, indispensable arts coverage, provocative commentary and thoughtful reviews.

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Swill, baby, swill

As oil spreads across the Gulf of Mexico, oozing a greasy sheen on the Redneck Riviera not seen since Uncle Kracker appeared on “MTV Spring Break 2000,” it’s important to look on

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The leaked arena memo

Confidential memo from the Arena Authority chairman to its board of directors

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First world diary

Day One: We’ve arrived in the United States on our mission trip. We are in a state called Kentucky in a village called Louisville. It is a land of plenty.

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Hell is Real

In a stunning development, hell is real. The announcement began appearing recently on billboards across rural Kentucky.

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Lucky in lunacy

Human ingenuity is truly a wonder to behold.

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Tea party patriots: all-jokes edition

How many tea party patriots does it take to change a lightbulb?