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Thank you for dropping by The Word Mechanic’s Spare Parts Department. Currently, the Spare Parts Department hasThe Chronicle of Social Misdemeanors in stock. Count on The Chronicle for: "Hard-hitting journalism that tells it like it might be." Relax, put up your feet, and enjoy reading our issues.

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The Chronicle of Social Misdemeanors, Volume #2, Issue #3, July/August 2006
Feature Story: Bloggers Sue Each Other for Plagiarism
"Gail and Laurie both insist, 'She's changing a few of my words and trying to steal my fans.'"

The Chronicle of Social Misdemeanors Special Edition: Election '08, Volume #2, Issue #2, May/June 2006
Feature Story: Your American President: Special Report from Central High's TV Watch Club
"This one time, he got so upset he yelled, 'If they steal my peanut butter, America, what will they do to your country?!'"

The Chronicle of Social Misdemeanors, Volume #2, Issue #1, March/April 2006
Feature Story: Horoscope Sends Man, 39, to Bed
"I haven't seen Matt out of bed for weeks. But, sometimes when I come home the TV is hot." Sally Cantanski, 40, Housewife of Average Height and Weight

The Chronicle of Social Misdemeanors, Volume #1, Issue #1, May 2005
Feature Story: Young Guy, 25, Sits At Old Men’s Table
"We figure if we don't talk to him, he'll get the hint and scram. My God. What we gotta do? Booby-trap the chair?" Jerry Capaleone, 85, Victim

The Chronicle of Social Misdemeanors, Volume #1, Issue #2, June 2005
Feature Story: Store Clerk, 36, Robbed of Morning Greeting
"...Eyewitness Trudy Zagon, who preferred not to give her age or occupation, confirmed that an icy silence broke out between the two men at approximately 7:00 a.m."

The Chronicle of Social Misdemeanors, Volume #1, Issue #3, July/August 2005
Feature Story: Gang Activity Feared in Wave of Random Mulletings
"Then, this little girl walks by and yells, 'Mommy! That lady looks like a rooster!' Instantly, I just knew what was on my head, it burned like fire, and I ran for cover."

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