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Sometimes I feel like a nut, and sometimes I just am the nut... Take that at face value.
Sometimes I feel like a nut, and sometimes I just am the nut... Take that at face value.

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It was a very frustrating year. I don’t think many people have such fond memories of 2017, in general. Politics aside, it was just a year filled with unbridled negativity, no matter where you looked. But I don’t have to recap everything that happened this…
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Okay, Crazy Guys and Dolls! It’s December 15. As promised, all chapters of Chronic Boom have been released for 2017. You know what that means… Crazy Good Studios wishes everybody a happy and safe Holiday Season, no matter what it is you celebrate! Chronic…
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Newly revised and updated. Please support CGE Studios on Patreon. Creating content takes time and money, and the longer it takes, the more money it costs. New goals and rewards. I have big plans for this next year. I'm going to need some help to make them a reality. Thank you.
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This is a new segment, in which I reveal my first impressions of a neurodiversity-related book, show, music, or video-game that I have just come across. For all intents and purposes, a “show” will be defined as a movie, TV series, or web series. In order…
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Hello, Dear Spectrumites! I want to take some time today to talk about something that’s been bothering me for quite some time… The Great Schism of Autism. Okay, so what exactly do I mean by this? “Jon, are you getting political again?” Well… Yes, and no.…
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So, I’m going to go out on a limb, here, and say that my prompt for the “Early 2017” Putting the Pieces Together Challenge may have been too polarized for what I wanted to accomplished. That’s my boo-boo. So, why don’t we adjust the rules of the game…
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Hello, again, dear Spectrumites! Yes, I know the Holidays were… hectic… for some. But, seizure-warnings aside, (and by the way, WARNING! THE ABOVE IMAGE MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR READERS WITH EPILEPSY, CHILDHOOD FEARS OF THE NOSTALGIA CRITIC, OR GENERAL…
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I wish Kinney was like that...
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It's 9th February 1964.
With George's bad throat now, thankfully, better; at 8pm on Sunday 9th February, 1964, the live broadcast of the first Ed Sullivan Show was aired with the full Beatle line-up. The band played five songs (All My Loving, Till There Was You, She Loves You, I Saw Her Standing There and I Want To Hold Your Hand) and made broadcasting history. 

Paul: "Seventy-three million people were reported to have watched the first show. It is still supposed to be one of the largest viewing audiences ever in the States."

Three other British acts completed the show's schedule - 'The British Invasion' was now well under way. By this point, The Beatles were better able to comprehend the phenomenon of their success, in part because Elvis himself had just publicly congratulated them...

George: "We were aware that Ed Sullivan was the big one because we got a telegram from Elvis and the Colonel. And I've heard that while the show was on there were no reported crimes, or very few. When The Beatles were on Ed Sullivan, even the criminals had a rest for ten minutes."

Watch below to see Ed Sullivan famously introducing the USA to The Beatles. 
Click through to the website to see more photographs from this now-legendary day: http://gnikn.us/Mv28wS
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Never try to update your car stereo's bluetooth firmware if everything was already ok as it was. Learned that the hard way.
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