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that we are human and we do make mistakes.

Sometimes the funniest things in life are not those we make up but those that happen to us. We say things, write things and do things that we think are correct but somehow they come out different. Sometimes it's embarrassing for us and surprising for others, but often it's too funny to be forgotten. Here is my collection of Life's Bloopers.


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Headlines that appeared in newspapers.

  • March Planned For Next August
  • Blind Bishop Appointed To See
  • Lingerie Shipment Hijacked—Thief Gives Police The Slip
  • L.A. Voters Approve Urban Renewal By Landslide
  • Patient At Death's Door—Doctors Pull Him Through
  • Latin Course To Be Canceled—No Interest Among Students, Et Al.
  • Diaper Market Bottoms Out
  • Croupiers On Strike—Management: "No Big Deal"
  • Stadium Air Conditioning Fails—Fans Protest
  • Queen Mary Having Bottom Scraped
  • Henshaw Offers Rare Opportunity to Goose Hunters
  • Women's Movement Called More Broad-Based
  • Antique Stripper to Display Wares at Store
  • Prostitutes Appeal to Pope
  • Teacher Strikes Idle Kids
  • Lawyers Give Poor Free Legal Advice
  • Juvenile Court to Try Shooting Defendant
  • Fund Set Up for Beating Victim's Kin
  • Killer Sentenced to Die for Second Time in 10 Years
  • Cancer Society Honours Marlboro Man
  • Nicaragua Sets Goal to Wipe Out Literacy
  • Autos Killing 110 a Day—Let's Resolve to Do Better
  • 20-Year Friendship Ends at Altar
  • War Dims Hope For Peace
  • If Strike Isn't Settled Quickly, It May Last A While
  • Cold Wave Linked to Temperatures
  • Half of U.S. High Schools Require Some Study for Graduation
  • Blind Woman Gets New Kidney from Dad She Hasn't Seen in Years
  • Man is Fatally Slain
  • Something Went Wrong in Jet Crash, Experts Say
  • Death Causes Loneliness, Feelings of Isolation
  • Flaming Toilet Seat Causes Evacuation at High School
  • Defendants Speech Ends in Long Sentence
  • Police Begin Campaign to Run Down Jaywalkers
  • House Passes Gas Tax Onto Senate
  • Police Discover Crack in Australia
  • Stiff Opposition Expected to Casketless Funeral Plan
  • Many Antiques Seen at D.A.R. Meeting
  • William Kelly, 87, was Fed Secretary
  • Collegians are Turning to Vegetables
  • Scientists to Have Ford's Ear
  • Quarter of a Million Chinese Live on Water
  • Hershey Bars Protest
  • County Officials to Talk Rubbish
  • Carter Plans Swell Deficit
  • Caribbean Islands Drift to Left
  • New housing for elderly not yet dead
  • New Missouri U. Chancellor expects little sex
  • Chou Remains Cremated
  • Chinese Apeman Dated
  • Reagan Wins on Budget, But More Lies Ahead
  • Deer Kill 130,000
  • Complaints About NBA Referees Growing Ugly
  • Squad Helps Dog Bite Victim
  • Man Eating Piranha Mistakenly Sold As Pet Fish
  • British Banks Soldier On
  • Grandmother of Eight Makes Hole in One
  • Deaf Mute Gets New Hearing in Killing
  • Two Convicts Evade Noose, Jury Hung
  • Milk Drinkers Are Turning to Powder
  • Safety Experts Say School Bus Passengers Should Be Belted
  • Farmer Bill Dies in House
  • Iraqi Head Seeks Arms
  • Is There a Ring of Debris Around Uranus?
  • Panda Mating Fails—Veterinarian Takes Over
  • NJ Judge to Rule on Nude Beach
  • Child's Stool Great for Use in Garden
  • Dr. Ruth to Talk About Sex With Newspaper Editors
  • Soviet Virgin Lands Short of Goal Again
  • Organ Festival Ends in Smashing Climax
  • Eye Drops Off Shelf
  • Dealers Will Hear Car Talk at Noon
  • Enraged Cow Injures Farmer with Ax
  • Lawmen from Mexico Barbecue Guests
  • Miners Refuse to Work After Death
  • Two Soviet Ships Collide—One Dies
  • Two Sisters Reunite After Eighteen Years at Checkout Counter
  • Never Withhold Herpes From Loved One
  • Drunk Drivers Paid $1,000 in 1984
  • Smokers Are Productive, But Death Cuts Efficiency
  • Child's Death Ruins Couple's Holiday
  • 12 On Their Way to Cruise Among Dead in Plane Crash
  • The Musicians Are Master Mimics of the Formulas They Dress Up With Irony
  • Drunk Gets Nine Months In Violin Case
  • Survivor Of Siamese Twins Joins Parents
  • Stud Tires Out
  • British Left Waffles On Falkland Islands
  • Lung Cancer In Women Mushrooms
  • Shot Off Woman's Leg Helps Nicklaus to 66
  • Plane Too Close To Ground, Crash Probe Told
  • Stolen Painting Found By Tree
  • Enfields Couple Slain; Police Suspect Homicide
  • Red Tape Holds Up New Bridge
  • Typhoon Rips Through Cemetery; Hundreds Dead
  • Man Struck By Lightning Faces Battery Charge
  • New Study Of Obesity Looks For Larger Test Group
  • Astronaut Takes Blame For Gas In Spacecraft
  • Kids Make Nutritious Snacks
  • Chef Throws His Heart Into Helping Needy
  • Arson Suspect Is Held In Massachusetts Fire
  • British Union Finds Dwarves In Short Supply
  • Ban On Soliciting Dead in Trotwood
  • Lansing Residents Can Drop Off Trees
  • Local High School Dropouts Cut In Half
  • New Vaccine May Contain Rabies
  • Man Minus Ear Waives Hearing
  • Deaf College Opens Doors To Hearing
  • Air Head Fired
  • Steals Clock, Faces Time
  • Prosecutor Releases Probe into Undersheriff
  • Old School Pillars are Replaced By Alumni
  • Bank Drive-In Window Blocked By Board
  • Hospitals are Sued By 7 Foot Doctors
  • Some Pieces Of Rock Hudson Sold At Auction
  • Sex Education Delayed, Teachers Request Training
  • Include Your Children When Baking Cookies
  • Yoko Ono will talk about her husband John Lennon who was killed in an interview with Barbara Walters
  • Two cars were reported stolen by the Groveton police yesterday
  • The license fee for altered dogs with a certificate will be $3 and for pets owned by senior citizens who have not been altered the fee will be $1.50
  • Tonight's program discusses stress exercise, nutrition, and sex with Celtic forward Scott Wedman, Dr. Ruth Westheimer, and Dick Cavett
  • Crack Found on Governor's Daughter

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Life's Bloopers was last updated on 2010 March 12