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YES. 
YES YES YES YES YES.
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"...I must tell you friendly in your ear:
Sell when you can; you are not for all markets."

That's a pretty hilariously nasty insult.
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Sometimes you just have to understand you are a niche product. 

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Gods damned fucking right.
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Just passed on my description for my character portrait to the artist.

I'm actually pretty excited about it.
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Awesome!

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THIS. THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS.
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I try to explain this to some of my relatives far too often (I am a glutton for punishment). A national economy and a governmental budget is no more like a household budget than a global weather system is like a mud puddle. As usual, Krugman is spot on.
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+Topher Gerkey takes the bullet for ALL of us on this one...
 
Once again I had an article go up this morning and forgot to blather about it until just now! Ugh.

So. Today's highlight is a drunk-off-his-ass actor making a hash of what should have been a pretty cute scene. Also, a minor mystery that nobody was anxious to see resolved gets resolved (i.e. we find out who that dude that accosted Vicki on the cliff was).

You're missing out on Babylon 5 for this, suckers.
My name is Victoria Winters. The dead past drifts through the corridors of Collinwood and settles like dust in its corners. Spurred by hope and surrounded by fear, my search continues, as life itself continues. Not only for me, but for everyone else in this strange corner of the world, people who live with their ...
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Hey, way to go Audi! You've guaranteed I'll avoid buying an Audi with your new "spokesperson", Ricky Gervais. 

My one rule of comedy is "always punch up". Gervais doesn't even get close to keeping that rule.
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Yes, Gervais takes easy potshots at the oppressed. I loved a round table he was on with Seinfeld, Louis C.K., and Chris Rock where he claimed he didn't like jokes being easy because it meant anybody could do them. I wonder what he thinks is easy when the bulk of his jokes are making fun of Pilkington's round head.

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It would be nice to feel something other than awful for more than a couple of hours at a stretch. Also, to be able to get further than 20 meters from a bathroom. #TMI  
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Ugh, you have nothing but my sympathy. When I was on like... doses of lithium so high my doctor wasn't comfortable prescribing them, but was less on taking me off... I was like that all the time even sometimes with you know... OTC to help with it every day.
 
Vaguely relevant to National Poetry Month:

I have a lyric from a song that doesn't exist stuck in my head. 

"And the tears from the Wheels and Gears as their flashing torches burn" keeps running around and around and around. 

It's most likely that it's a misheard lyric from some other song, but I can't find anything that comes close to matching and I cannot get it out of my head.

I hate insomnia.
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Man, this sounds like a lyric that a character from one of my old games would've sung.

There was a very odd short game I was in -- the premise was that it was the aftermath of a big galaxy-spanning adventure, where five earth folks had been beamed across the galaxy, gained super-powers and martial-arts training, and helped Defend The Galaxy Far Far Away from a cosmic-powered tyrant before returning home.

My character wasn't the most powerful of the five, but he was the one who had off-kilter thinking and insights that tended to help the group's overall strategy (and was still hella powerful by any standard, like something out of DragonBall Z, which we were into at the time).   When the campaign started, he'd taken his experiences and used them to write prog-rock-esque song lyrics, which led to him becoming an up and coming rockstar going by the stage name of "Shaman".   There was a lot of tension between him and the group's most powerful member, who had superpower beyond anyone's imagining, but when he got back to earth, he was still trapped in a trailer park working for dirt wages, because he had no idea what to do with himself back on earth -- and he wouldn't take help from my character, because he blamed me for one of our mutual friends sacrificing herself in the Final Battle.

So yeah, that was the sort of lyrics Shaman would write, and in the first session, he was so uber-excited that he'd finally made it, because Weird Al Yankovic had asked to cover his hit single "Priests Of Madness" into a new song called "Pizza Madness".   :)

...Wow, that all came rushing back all of a sudden.  Random free brain association what?

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OK, seriously. Craig Ferguson and Alice Eve discuss free will.

This is a discussion that would never, ever happen on TV if not for The Late Late Show and I will be sad when CBS fires Craig next year.
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/sub to watch later after work.
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