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Spencer Althouse
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Inspired by Billy Wilder, afraid of Virginia Woolf, and stuck in 'the friend zone' since 1991
Inspired by Billy Wilder, afraid of Virginia Woolf, and stuck in 'the friend zone' since 1991

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I've been hit in the head with dozens of frozen bananas during my last few weeks in London. If only I had catlike reflexes and was able to dodge these bullets...

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The best part about beginning a new year is ending the previous one. To do so, we must celebrate the year with "style" and give thanks to all of 2011's glorious movies. Forget about the Oscars for a second - all the other awards, contests, and praise - and acknowledge a superb year for film. This is 2011: The Cinescape.

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The Stadium Pal - the most useful accessory for men.

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'Changing with Change' has now, well, changed to 'Cloudy with a Chance of Gravy'. Must. Keep. Editing.

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My latest Hub Pages article - That's a Metaphor:

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My latest humor article - as told by a random sidewalk.

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So, all those hours spent on Twitter were actually useful? Well, at least that's what I tell myself. Twitter - making me a better writer since 2010.

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Ridley Scott and Kevin MacDonald challenged the world over one year ago. The task? Create a video that chronicles your daily activities. The result? Thousands of YouTube submissions that measure society's heart and drive.
The finished product is a documentary which reminds us that our fears, capacity for hard work, and motivations unite the world.
Life is beautiful. Life is terrifying. Life is precious. This is 'Life in a Day'.

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What better place to promote Google than on its own site? Consequently, here it is: the Super Bowl commercial that silenced the word (in a good way) and started a revolution of "Parisian Love" parodies. Sit back, relax, and enjoy this insanely creative advertisement that ingeniously tells an Oscar worthy story in less than 60 seconds.
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