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Mike Guerrero
I always figured that there would have been more cheering crowds and fewer torches and pitchforks.
I always figured that there would have been more cheering crowds and fewer torches and pitchforks.


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Watching my niece in a junior production of The Little Mermaid. I think it was a bold choice for the director to cast what seems to be a young Eugene Mirman as Prince Eric.

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I won candy on the #googlebirthday doodle! Score: 146

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If you're not watching The Aquabats Super Snow, then you are sad and I don't think I like you very much.

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Kurt Angle's first theme is still classic.

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Taken from a local skating rink.

A Facebook friend asked for recommendations on what kind of gun to buy. Fair enough. But the reason she was in the market for a new gun made me stop and think. To paraphrase, she said while she owns several handguns and shotguns, she was looking for a weapon she could use if she couldn't get to the others. Again, fair enough. Follow the law and best of luck to you.

Then it struck me.

That request only makes any kind of sense if you apply it to firearms.

You can't say, "I've got a drawer full of spoons, but I need one at my desk in case someone throws a bowl of pudding though my window."

But somehow we've given guns a pass.

Not trying to editorialze here, just thought the word choice was strange.

Rebuilding my music library. Pouring out one for the late, great RIO Karma, and another for the equally great RIOVolt. For you youngsters, the Karma was a 20 gig music player that looked like a chunky stopwatch. It had a tiny thumbstick and blue tinged monochrome display. It could play your tracks without gaps and supported FLAC and Ogg Vorbis. The Volt was a standard CD player with the ability to read mp3s from a disc. It also had built in fm radio, wired remote and rechargeable batteries. I graduated from those to the Creative Zen Vision M.

Good night sweet princes.

I get the feeling that on the new SyFy show "Joe Rogan Questions Everything" the vast majority of queries will deal with the acquisition, location and fair market value of quality weed.
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