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Welcome to the Entertainment Zone of the Hub Pages, and if you aren't careful then you might just learn a little something new while you are here!  My hubs are all about a variety of common off the wall topics that most of us are familiar with in this world. They are like a refreshing breath mint just for your eyes. All of these hubs are meant for your entertainment, and to help relieve you from all of the stress in day to day life. Please don't try to be over thinking the topics. The entire purpose here is to simply have a little fun, which is what TheHoleStory is all about anyway. Get ready and prepare yourself for some of the most ridiculously long lasting humorous stories that you'll ever read. So just sit on back, Enjoy, and remember don't poke the bear....................................................The idea for a hub can occur at anytime. Sometimes they occur as I'm driving down the road. Sometimes they pop into my head at work. When this happens I stop for a minute and write down my thoughts. As I'm writing, a co-worker will often ask - are you writing a book? I'll reply no I'm writing a hub, and you're in it! I have well over 500 co-workers, and let me tell you I get all kinds of reactions in return. Here's a brief history of each of my hubs - 1) It entered my mind.  2) It was made.  3) Here it is!  I do have just one little question for you before you continue on, What does toliet paper, popcorn, bald people, and the Mayan calendar all have in common? That's easy, there's a hub I written here on each of these topics!                                    ******************************************************************************************************************************** I'm almost 100% certain that I'm the only hubber on all of the hub pages who's from Parsons, West Virginia. I would also like to tell you all a little about Parsons, West Virginia. Most everyone has heard about the wonderful Whites, and the Hatfields of West Virginia. Both of these families were made famous in their own right and both have had movies made about them. I salute them, and there's nothing in the world quite like backwoods country life. However the counties where those families are from are at least four counties away from Parsons. If you've never been to Parsons then most likely you won't ever see this town. That's because Parson isn't on the way to anywhere. There are no roads through this town on the way to somewhere else. If you don't live there, or know someone to visit there, then you probably won't have any business there or will ever go there. That's why I'm the only hubber from this tiny corner of the world who will probably ever grace the hub pages, and I'm proud of this fact in life, which is more precious then any accolade that could ever be bestowed upon me.                               ******************************************************************************************************************************** On leap day - February 29th 2012, I'm truly honored to have reached that golden number of one thousand followers when Brent Miller joined this crazy group. On August 31st 2012, the night of the phenomenal "Blue Moon", TheHoleStory gang grew to two thousand strong when SRae joined this wacky crusade. Then partly in thanks to the massive Squidoo migration to the Hub Pages I hit the next big milestone. On November 17th 2014, just a week prior to Thanksgiving, monia saad joined this awesome, crazy, wacky group and became my magical 3,000th follower. With things slowing down some here at the Hub Pages I wanted to go ahead and thank my special 3,300th follower Marc Lee (AKA: bluesradio) who decided to get on for the ride here on October 12th 2015. A number like this only comes around once in a blue moon, so in the spirit of things really slowing down here at the Hub Pages I'd like to welcome Ahmed Ammar (AKA: Ahmedammaroo) who's now my special 3,333rd follower. Ahmed Ammar joined in on the fun here on November 25th 2015, which was the day just before Thangsgiving. I want to thank abbiz who was my very first follower, all the way up to all of the future followers of these crazy stories, and every single follower in between and here after for these wonderful milestones. I'll try my best to continue the tradition of the wild & wacky times with TheHoleStory in the future for all of you! The main objective here at TheHoleStory is for you just to have some fun. I'm almost certain that you'll find a hub here that will put a smile upon your face, so if the first one doesn't do the trick for you, then please feel free to click upon another one of my 100 and some hubs.                      

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    The World's Longest Construction Job

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    Secret Stowaways

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    Tower House Ithaca

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  • Climb Aboard The Ridable Miniature Railway
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    Climb Aboard The Ridable Miniature Railway

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    Fresh Maine Lobsters

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    Mount Rushmore vs. Crazy Horse Facts

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    Wonderdog

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    Long lost mysterious creature finally revealed

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    Titanic's Valuable Coal

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    Human Magnet

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    Mysterious U.S. Crop Circles

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    Myths on bites and stings

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    Wacky Shoes and Footwear

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  • Little Known Cooking Secret
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    Little Known Cooking Secret

    14 months ago

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    An Anger Management Session With Charlie Sheen Wouldn't Help This Situation

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    Pain Relief Secrets

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    A Time Machine made out of Fire & Ice

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    You want to learn something new today?

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    Deer whistles really do save lives

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  • Interesting Relationships
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    Interesting Relationships

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    Hard to Imagine

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  • How to get rich with certain career changes
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    How to get rich with certain career changes

    10 months ago

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  • Evolving Dreams
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    Evolving Dreams

    11 months ago

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  • The Good Ole Radio
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    The Good Ole Radio

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    The Returning Buffalo

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  • It took 500 years for this king to get his burial
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    It took 500 years for this king to get his burial

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  • The Giant Mighty Sequoia Tree
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    The Giant Mighty Sequoia Tree

    10 months ago

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  • Writing a hub can be just like fishing
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    Writing a hub can be just like fishing

    11 months ago

    Life here on the Hub Pages can be rather interesting at times. I recently figured out that publishing a hub can be just like fishing in your favorite pond & you just have to sit back & patiently wait.

  • If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck & quacks like a duck then it must be a duck
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    If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck & quacks like a duck then it must be a duck

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  • Free Advice On Wind Energy
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    Free Advice On Wind Energy

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  • One Simple Interesting Fact
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    One Simple Interesting Fact

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  • States with the highest speed limits
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    States with the highest speed limits

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    It's always polite to wave back

    11 months ago

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    Visiting 1880 Town

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    The Hub Page Break Room

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    The Secrets of Hubman

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    Fascinating Prehistoric Discovery

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    Glass Top Stove Cleaning Tips

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    This Hub Is 100% Complete Bull

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    Hurricane Sandy left behind her mark

    9 months ago

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    The Hub That Time Forgot - "Let's Halt The Salt"

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    The Hot New Fad of Planking

    10 months ago

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    Quick & Easy To Make Cookies

    10 months ago

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    Tips for Offensive Driving

    10 months ago

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    The Unusual Breakup

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    Frogs and some other things

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  • It's State Fair Time
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    It's State Fair Time

    10 months ago

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    The World Rhymes All Around Us

    10 months ago

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  • Our Penny is Endangered
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    Our Penny is Endangered

    10 months ago

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    Dr. Seuss Raises Interesting Questions

    10 months ago

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  • Reasons why you shouldn't throw stones in glass houses
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    Reasons why you shouldn't throw stones in glass houses

    10 months ago

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  • The Reality of Storage Wars
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    The Reality of Storage Wars

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  • Mystical Bottle
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    Mystical Bottle

    2 days ago

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  • The Story of the Watermelon
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    The Story of the Watermelon

    10 months ago

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  • Magical Weather Stone
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    Magical Weather Stone

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    One Big Mouthful Of Tasty Treats & Delightful Desserts

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  • Extreme Four Wheeling & Going Green
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    Extreme Four Wheeling & Going Green

    2 days ago

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  • Hair Rocks
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    Hair Rocks

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  • Our Furry Friend The Cat
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    Our Furry Friend The Cat

    10 months ago

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    Peppers That Bite Back With A Zing

    10 months ago

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    Prairie Dog Facts

    16 months ago

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  • The Evolution of a Selfie
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    The Evolution of a Selfie

    8 months ago

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  • The Legend of the Backyard Chicken
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    The Legend of the Backyard Chicken

    10 months ago

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    Legal Ways To Shop Lift

    11 months ago

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  • The Story of Play-Doh
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    The Story of Play-Doh

    11 months ago

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    Top 10 reasons people are unfriended on Facebook

    12 months ago

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  • ABC Burger
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    ABC Burger

    10 months ago

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  • Great uses for old dryer lint
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    Great uses for old dryer lint

    10 months ago

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  • 20 Great buys at a dollar store.
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    20 Great buys at a dollar store.

    13 months ago

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    Drones are the futuristic toys of today

    6 months ago

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  • World's most colorful cars
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    World's most colorful cars

    10 months ago

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  • Funny Money & Bitcoins
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    Funny Money & Bitcoins

    2 years ago

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  • Going bananas
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    Going bananas

    9 months ago

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  • America's Funniest 911 Calls
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    America's Funniest 911 Calls

    9 months ago

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  • Ten stupid things that rich people buy
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    Ten stupid things that rich people buy

    2 years ago

    Sometimes certain people in this world have more money than common sense, and here's an interesting list of ten different stupid things that some rich people spend their money on & buy.

  • Fascinating Halloween Facts
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    Fascinating Halloween Facts

    9 months ago

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  • Solution for the government shutdown
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    Solution for the government shutdown

    9 months ago

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  • Making Something From Nothing
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    Making Something From Nothing

    10 months ago

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    The NFL unveils it's tough line up of angry birds

    17 months ago

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  • Tell tale signs that you are getting older
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    Tell tale signs that you are getting older

    9 months ago

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  • Ultimate dry weather boots
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    Ultimate dry weather boots

    9 months ago

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  • Effortless Meal
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    Effortless Meal

    10 months ago

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  • One out of every 10 adults can't do this
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    One out of every 10 adults can't do this

    9 months ago

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  • How to unlock those Golden Eggs on Angry Birds Facebook friends
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    How to unlock those Golden Eggs on Angry Birds Facebook friends

    2 years ago

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  • What happens when the cameras stop filming on a reality television show
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    What happens when the cameras stop filming on a reality television show

    2 days ago

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  • The Gas Cap Story
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    The Gas Cap Story

    9 months ago

    Everyone likes to get something free in in this life. Let me tell you all a short story about a simple little locking gas cap. This is actually a true story that I heard on a radio show a while back.

  • Amy's Baking Company - Where the customer is always wrong
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    Amy's Baking Company - Where the customer is always wrong

    13 months ago

    We have just about seen it all with today's reality television shows. We have survived "Myrtle Manor", "Honey Boo Boo", "Breaking Amish", and "Undercover Boss" just to name a few....

  • The World's Biggest Rubber Band Ball
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    The World's Biggest Rubber Band Ball

    13 months ago

    It's a mission in life like no other mission, and this is certainly among fun things to do when your bored. One young man has a vision of creating the world's biggest rubber band ball, and holding the world record for...

  • The Hub to end all Hubs
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    The Hub to end all Hubs

    14 months ago

    Rub-A-Dub-Dub there certainly are a lot of different types of hubs. Prior to the dawn of the up and coming World Wide Web, the only type of hub that I could really think of was the one which was connected to a moving...

  • History of the Beer Can
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    History of the Beer Can

    21 months ago

    I wrote this some time ago, and I finally decided that it was time to share it with all of my friends on the Hub Pages. The beer can went through a lot of changes to get to where it is today. It didn't look anything...

  • Not just another birthday cake
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    Not just another birthday cake

    9 months ago

    There are birthday cakes, and then there are some very special birthday cakes. Some people are talented enough to be able to create their own birthday cake master pieces. While others who aren't so fortunate to have...

  • Welcome to Myrtle Manor or is it just another reality show
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    Welcome to Myrtle Manor or is it just another reality show

    2 days ago

    TLC is back with yet another reality television show. This time it's at Myrtle Beach, which is the vacation hot spot in South Carolina. Maybe they are just trying to keep up with their neighbors south of them in...

  • Tasty Superfish
    7

    Tasty Superfish

    9 months ago

    This is now the third hub in a row that I've written on a food topic. First I wrote about extinct foods, which none of you missed. Then I wrote about foods that were a big waste of money, and many of you disagreed with...

  • 10 Foods to stop wasting your money on
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    10 Foods to stop wasting your money on

    9 months ago

    Here's a list of 10 different foods, which some people may not even realize that they're blowing their money on. I'm going to recommend some reasonable & money friendly alternatives for these foods.

  • 10 foods that are extinct
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    10 foods that are extinct

    3 years ago

    Sooner or later it seems that all good things come to an end. Similar to what the KFC game day bucket girl said, these ten different foods "Go Boom". Some of these foods were very popular, and others seemed as...

  • Hotels Dot Com
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    Hotels Dot Com

    9 months ago

    This hub is a humorous look about a popular little fellow who has traveled around the globe staying the night in all different types of hotels. Some were very nice and fancy, while others had something to be desired.

  • Toys making a comeback this Christmas
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    Toys making a comeback this Christmas

    9 months ago

    Every year at Christmas time different various toys make a big comeback on children's wish list, and this Christmas is no different than any other. These retro toys from years past were a hit with some of us when we...

  • Revenge - The Art of Getting Even
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    Revenge - The Art of Getting Even

    9 months ago

    Revenge is almost as old as man is himself, and it's best when served cold. What's even better is when the victim has no idea what so ever what is about to happen. Where I work it's not exactly a very good idea to play...

  • The 12 Man Made Wonders of the World
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    The 12 Man Made Wonders of the World

    3 years ago

    Everyone has heard of the 7 wonders of the world, which includes breath taking views of nature's beauty in marvelous places like the Grand Canyon. Just as nature has done, mankind has also been leaving astonishing works...

  • How not to cook a Thanksgiving day turkey
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    How not to cook a Thanksgiving day turkey

    9 months ago

    Thanksgiving day just wouldn't be the same without a big juicy Thanksgiving day turkey on the dinner table. This holiday goes all the way back to the first Thanksgiving with the Pilgrims, and this tradition has...

  • Recording Breaking News
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    Recording Breaking News

    9 months ago

    Today there's some unique records for just about everything in the world. Here you will see some of the most unique records known to man kind. You will also have the opportunity to join & be apart of one of the...

  • Banned in America
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    Banned in America

    9 months ago

    There are some very interesting laws which are coming on the books today. Some of these laws are just plain crazy. I have collected and listed over 100 ridiculous laws from all of the 50 states. We are going to go ahead...

  • Halloween's Ghoulish Goodness
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    Halloween's Ghoulish Goodness

    9 months ago

    Every year when the end of October rolls around, little children start getting very excited. This special time of the year brings us Halloween, and with this ghoulish day comes the prospect of lots and lots of candy and...

  • America's weird wild & wacky fair foods
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    America's weird wild & wacky fair foods

    2 days ago

    America is very unique in the aspect that it has some of the most unusual state fair foods as any country does on the planet. All throughout the summertime there are classic American state fairs all over this big...

  • You can't say that
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    You can't say that

    9 months ago

    In the current world in which we all live in, political correctness has became a way of life. There are certain terms which shouldn't be said, and there are certain things which just shouldn't be done. You certainly...

  • Crazy Nicknames
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    Crazy Nicknames

    3 years ago

    Everyone in this world starts off with a birth name after they are born. Usually down the road everyone picks up a nickname of some sort. It may be some adoring term, or it may be because of how you look, or something...

  • Honey Boo Boo is here to stay
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    Honey Boo Boo is here to stay

    9 months ago

    On August 8th the learning channel (TLC) first aired a ground breaking reality television show that swept the country by storm. If you haven't heard of the show then I can promise you that you soon will at some point...

  • 10 toys to give kids who's parents you dislike
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    10 toys to give kids who's parents you dislike

    2 days ago

    If there's someone out there that really upsetting you, then turn the tables on them. Instead of getting mad get even with them. Here's ten tips that will get the job done, and they won't even know what hit them.

  • Big Conspiracy or Bad Luck
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    Big Conspiracy or Bad Luck

    9 months ago

    Just in recent times there have been some very big conspiracies around us. A lot of times these were secret clandestine government plans, which had government cover ups that soon followed the fact. One of the more well...

  • You could be the next one on the surface of the moon
    5

    You could be the next one on the surface of the moon

    9 months ago

    No matter where you live on this big planet of ours, you can look up into the night sky and see that bright white moon looking back down at you. The moon's shape changes over the course of a month from a full moon, to a...

  • The mysterious blinding light that appeared from out of no where
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    The mysterious blinding light that appeared from out of no where

    9 months ago

    This is all about taking a hard look into the world of baldness. We'll look at the plus side of being bald, as well as the negative side of baldness. When you leave here you'll be very well informed on any questions you...

  • No speed humps around these parts
    14

    No speed humps around these parts

    9 months ago

    The Interstate highway system in the United States of America is really a work of art that criss-crosses all over the country. Two digit even numbered Interstates, like Interstate 40, run from East to West. Two digit...

  • People are still getting their kicks on Route 66
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    People are still getting their kicks on Route 66

    9 months ago

    Route 66 was one of the original highways in the United States of America, and most likely the most famous highway of all. It was established in 1926, the entire distance was completely paved in 1938, and Route 66 was...

  • How to get a free meal
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    How to get a free meal

    2 days ago

    Everyone out there in the world at some point in time likes to be given something for free. The word free really makes a person's ears perk up, and quickly grabs their attention. The word free has a magical ring to it,...

  • UFO base or something else?
    14

    UFO base or something else?

    9 months ago

    If you are ever in the extreme far westward reaches of the great state of Arizona, you might just think that you're on a far off distant alien world. As you look towards the horizon from Yucca, Arizona, a bright round...

  • No car has ever been painted so many times as these 10 cars have, anywhere else on this planet!
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    No car has ever been painted so many times as these 10 cars have, anywhere else on this planet!

    2 days ago

    The paint never ever seems to dry on these on these old vehicles. They are constantly be painted over and over again. The layers of paint on these 10 cars must be at least 3 inches deep. No one has to worry about any of...

  • A Car Faster Than 4-G
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    A Car Faster Than 4-G

    9 months ago

    If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, and quacks like a duck, then it must be a duck. Right? Logic would certainly point in that direction, but not everything is as it appears in this world that we all live in....

  • She's Full of Hot Air
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    She's Full of Hot Air

    9 months ago

    Two old long time friends decided one day to go out on the town for a night of fun to try to forget about all of their worries and sorrows in their life. Joe and Randy figured after a long night of drinking and club...

  • One crazy story even for the hub pages
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    One crazy story even for the hub pages

    9 months ago

    A day comes in everybody's life when they find the urge to move on. That time finally hit me one day when I got home from a very long day at work, and I couldn't find a parking place in the cramped apartment complex...

  • Delicious Shoofly pie
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    Delicious Shoofly pie

    2 days ago

    Shoofly pie is a strange looking, extremely sticky, and very tasty desert. The name shoofly pie has been debated for years by many people and it will probably never ever be solved. The most reasonable and excepted...

  • What's a Spruce Goose?
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    What's a Spruce Goose?

    9 months ago

    The Spruce Goose might have only been made out of wood, but it's the largest flying boat ever built in this world that we live in. The H-4 Hercules was nick named the Spruce Goose as well as The Flying Lumber Yard by...

  • Diabolical plan
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    Diabolical plan

    9 months ago

    The plan in itself was completely 100% diabolical in nature. That's really the only word that could even begin to describe this concocted scheme. During World War Two there were many diabolical plans put into action...

  • People were just walking all over it.
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    People were just walking all over it.

    9 months ago

    WOW! That is the only word I could say after I was told something new the other day by a very pretty co-worker of mine. Now I realize that this may not make everyone's eyebrows out there raise some like it did mine, but...

  • Will the roaring twenties repeat itself 100 years later in history?
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    Will the roaring twenties repeat itself 100 years later in history?

    4 years ago

    History seems to have a strange habit of repeating itself over time. The first world war was shortly followed by a second world war, with basically the same countries being the key players once again. This makes one...

  • The Peep Show Cake
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    The Peep Show Cake

    9 months ago

    Birthdays are a right of passage for all people, and everybody on this earth has one each year of their life. This is something that we all have in common. We don't remember the day we were born, but our parents and...

  • Bizarre Robbery
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    Bizarre Robbery

    9 months ago

    This crime is well beyond the normal comprehension of the every day average mind. You may think that I'm making all of this up, but this heinous act actually happened. There was only one eye witness to this crime, and...

  • Hub # 30
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    Hub # 30

    9 months ago

    Here on the hub pages there's a challenge that's called 30 hubs in 30 days. I decided to take this challenge to another level, and I wrote 30 hubs in just a little over 530 days. So what's the big deal? There's no...

  • Reflections of a High School Reunion
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    Reflections of a High School Reunion

    2 days ago

    The age old question of should I go or not go to my high school reunion, has been around since the time of the dinosaur. I've been pondering this question ever since I read one of Chuck Lorre's vanity cards at the end...

  • The end of the Mayan calendar - December 21st
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    The end of the Mayan calendar - December 21st

    9 months ago

    The Mayan civilization was established from sometime around 1500 B.C. and flourished to 900 A.D. They were located in the current geographical location today of five different countries which include Southern Mexico,...

  • Ancient predictions become reality
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    Ancient predictions become reality

    9 months ago

    At the end of the last century, the first of some very long hard winters started to baffle scientist all around the globe. The scientist gathered together in Washington D.C. to discuss and study just what was happening...

  • Cell phones & grocery shopping just don't mix
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    Cell phones & grocery shopping just don't mix

    2 days ago

    One day I stopped to get a simple gallon of milk at the local grocery store the other day, and I saw a sight which has transformed my life forever. Just as I was walking past the deli section, I witnessed a cell phone...

  • A challenging water sport
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    A challenging water sport

    9 months ago

    This is the main piece of equipment for this water sport Football suddenly ended for me and the rest of the city of Baltimore with a heartbreaking missed field goal in the final seconds of the last game before the...

  • An easy free way to get Facebook credits
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    An easy free way to get Facebook credits

    2 days ago

    I'm writing this purely as an experimental informational hub to pass a little secret onto you all which I've come across. By now in this age and time just about everyone on the face of the earth has heard about...

  • No Potatoes were inhumanely treated in the production of this great tasting snack
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    No Potatoes were inhumanely treated in the production of this great tasting snack

    9 months ago

    I wanted to write a short hub on one of this world's naturally delicious favorite snacks. I haven't seen another hub out there on this one particular topic, but that certainly doesn't mean that there isn't another hub...

  • Bad Excuses
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    Bad Excuses

    9 months ago

    Employers aren't particularly fond of their employees calling off from work when they are needed. It doesn't really matter if it's because they are sick or for some other reason. They feel that there's a job to be done,...

  • Lionel Train Collecting
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    Lionel Train Collecting

    12 months ago

    I've loved Lionel trains ever since I can remember. The O gauge may not be to scale, but it's both beautiful to look at, and fun to run around on the tracks. Lionel's O gauge tracks came in two different styles: O and...

  • Collections - Thinking out of the box with an off the wall approach
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    Collections - Thinking out of the box with an off the wall approach

    10 months ago

    Introducing my bottle cap collection Collecting has been a way of life for ever. Cave men probably collected shinny rocks, and dinosaur bones to show off to their hairy friends. Museums are full of all kinds of...

  • The Word Christmas
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    The Word Christmas

    2 days ago

    The whole entire story behind this hub is meant to bring some special attention and awareness to a problem that comes around just about every year at Christmas time. It is very important that everybody writes out the...

  • Blue Moons
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    Blue Moons

    2 days ago

    A chance to see this awesome phenomenon only comes around once or twice in a great while, and you won't want to miss it when it does. It all started way back in the month September 2011, and it concluded in the month of...

  • Affordable Art
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    Affordable Art

    2 days ago

    A collage is and can be a very simple form, and also an inexpensive way of creating your very own personal type of artwork. A collage is an artistic composition consisting of flat materials fixed upon a picture surface....

  • What's the deal with a Mulligan?
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    What's the deal with a Mulligan?

    2 days ago

    Recently at a local charity golf tournament, in which the company I work for sponsored, a fight broke out. Now a days you never know when you go to a fight, if golf games going to break out somewhere on the field of...

  • J's Hub - What the heck is it?
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    J's Hub - What the heck is it?

    9 months ago

    I recently ask a very simple question here on the Hub Pages in the hope of finding out the true use of a bowl of which I purchased one cold morning at a local flea market. When I saw the bowl on a table I asked the...

  • The First Traffic Light
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    The First Traffic Light

    9 months ago

    Here is a little unknown fact about the good old traffic light, which at the same time is both a little bit strange and very true. In this current age of technology in 2014, traffic lights have come a long long way from...

  • The easy way to make friends
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    The easy way to make friends

    2 days ago

    Here's a newly discovered way to make friends. This tip is so easy that you'll hardly believe it. This is all about making friends the old fashion way, and in person out in the real world.

  • The Bic Lighter Story
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    The Bic Lighter Story

    2 days ago

    A simple little red bic lighter has the power to bring out so many different emotions in oneself. Here's my experiences with one particular bic lighter. One day I was minding my own business at work when I found a red...

  • What's your city's nickname?
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    What's your city's nickname?

    2 days ago

    Every city in this big world that we all live in seems to have a nickname of one sort or another. I was born in the great city of Baltimore, Maryland. A matter of fact my little sister and I were both born in the exact...

  • Slezterp The New Mystery Food
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    Slezterp The New Mystery Food

    2 days ago

    Somewhere around 106 years ago way back in the year 1909, Harry Warehime founded a special company in Hanover, Pennsylvania and began baking on the simple belief that everyone would love his old time recipe. Today this...

  • 80 Different Mystery Beers
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    80 Different Mystery Beers

    5 months ago

    Way back in the year 1919 beer was once banned. Barrels of beer were confiscated and broken from one end of this great country to the other. Breweries either had to find another way to survive in the market place, such...

  • 10
    25

    10

    9 months ago

    My very first nine hubs covered a very wide variety of different subjects, and none of which were anything alike. My first hub was all about holes. Then there was a hub about oranges, balls, cell phones, sports teams,...

  • If You Could Only Imagine
    7

    If You Could Only Imagine

    2 days ago

    It was a very long hot sticky Summer in the city and our beloved Baltimore Orioles did get a little bit better as the season closed. It was getting kind of hard there for awhile to find something a little more rare than...

  • This one sentence says it all
    34

    This one sentence says it all

    2 days ago

    By this time now you all should totally realize that my hubs don't follow any specific set of guide lines. My hubs are more for your entertainment, to make you smile, to exercise the mind, and to make people think with...

  • "You Won't Believe This One !"
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    "You Won't Believe This One !"

    2 days ago

    Sometime ago I created a Hub of mine that the sole purpose was to challenge each of the visitors to find a word in the English dictionary that rhymes with the every day common word orange. Out of all of the countless...

  • The Wide World of Sporting Balls
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    The Wide World of Sporting Balls

    2 days ago

    There are more different types of balls in this world then we could ever think about naming. Other than sporting balls there are cheese balls, ball joints, and ball bearings to name just a few. In this hub we are going...

  • The missing link in an orange
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    The missing link in an orange

    2 days ago

    The orange has just about it all in it's little life, except for just one little thing in this big world. The orange is a great way to wake up to the world every morning and start your day off right. The orange provides...

  • Burgers gone wild
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    Burgers gone wild

    10 months ago

    This is a story about burgers gone wild, and like any good story this one has it's humble beginnings as well. A long time ago, 1946 to be exact, a man and his brother Ben opened a little diner called the Dwarf Grill....

  • The unexplained & mysterious hole
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    The unexplained & mysterious hole

    9 months ago

    This hub is dedicated solely to nothing but holes. Nothing else but all of the different types and kinds of holes that we encounter and hear about throughout our everyday lives.

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