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  1. Has the age old argument of how to stat out a spoon finally been answered?!
  2. I guess I might just have to listen to it with fresh ears, mid 90s Allanis saturation was overwhelming. I liked it just fine, but it was no better than just fine I thought. the weird part is the kid I are copacetic on music, there’s very little I like that he doesn’t and vice versa, aside from him not caring for some jazz I like, or Tool. But from the Flaming Lips to Pharaoh Monch to Stevie Wonder to Blue Oyster Cult to Siouxsee and the Banshees, we generally agree. it’s not a tragedy or anything, it was just weird for Jagged Little Pill to be on his list next to Jar of Flies
  3. My eldest son, light of my life, has gone back to college after more than a year hiding from the plague at home. I knew and intended that he would be exposed to different ideas at school, that’s part of what it is for. Meet different people, listen to different music and see different art, and so on. But This child writes me this text yesternight, and I’m still not over it. “I’m listening to jagged little pill. How did you never play this album for me? This shit rules. Robin this might be the best album I’ve heard in a long long time.” His mother and I, we did our best.
  4. I still want to interview that guy. Who commits to a bit that hard? Hundreds of hours, thousands of posts, with no con, no scam, no plea for money that I ever saw. Two Spanish Prisoners but no ransom. It was so brilliant in the simple stupidity of it, the whole premise of the bit was ridiculous, but the commitment sold it. Because who would lie like that so constantly for years for no reason? And why lie about being two nice people instead of just being one nice person? I just frankly long to know what the heck that was all about. It’s been more than a dozen years and my wife is still amused at my surprise, because duh, obviously those weren’t real people. But seriously, who would commit to a bit that thoroughly? No one would except some dude named Fred ( I think it was Fred?) in Missouri somewhere, because that would be insane. I promise you all, if this subject comes up twenty years from now, I will rant about it just the same way I am now.
  5. That was it! Cyber games! I never played under that banner, went straight from the blue book to FREd.
  6. Well trump did try to have pence torn apart by an angry mob. I would hold a grudge over that for a few weeks at least!
  7. I think that was the iteration known as Fusion, or maybe even Fuzion? It was not remembered kindly. I showed up in late ‘01 I believe, right before a board reset I think. Hard the imagine that was nearly 20 years ago! Thought you looked different than I remembered. I’ve often thought that the best heroes do well without a secret identity, and I’m glad you’ve apparently arrived at the same conclusion.
  8. A summary of the current state of the nation.
  9. Felony murder. It’s a law that states that a person is guilty of murder if a death occurred during the course of the commission of a felony by that person, regardless of the foreseeability of that death, intent to cause harm, or the cause of that death. In short, if a person’s coconspirator tazes themselves in the nuts and has a fatal heart attack while that first person is part of that active conspiracy, that person is guilty of felony murder. If a little old lady falls down the stairs and breaks her neck running away from the burglar she saw leaving her neighbor’s apartment, that burglar is guilty of felony murder. If a con man’s victim, overwrought with grief at losing everything, shoots himself, that’s still felony murder. If the swat team shoots the wrong people because they can’t aim or they went to wrong address trying to stop a hostage situation, the original defendant is still guilty of felony murder. if a conspiracy charge ties these defendants to everything that happened at the capital, there are four counts of felony murder that may be added to the charges. They are potentially in a lot of trouble, and appropriately so. Whether you incite or join a riot or an insurrection, you sign off on the idea that people might get hurt or die.
  10. Dr. Arliss Loveless from Wild Wild West, which I guess is pulp? Steampunk? Compellingly bad? edit: love me “Some More News,” along with the Worst Year Ever podcast. (The podcast was quite presciently named last fall, in honor of the upcoming interminable political season. The year immediately outstripped the plan, but sure did fit the title.)
  11. I meant the rest of his numerous federal crimes.
  12. If he’s impeached, pence can pardon him. So I’m torn - I’m pretty sure we (all of us on earth) a a bit less safe with him in office, but I long to see him prosecuted. He will doubtless attempt to pardon himself, and it’s definitely about time the pardon power was limited in some way (by judicial fiat) but Pence’s power to pardon him seems plenary to me unless pence is a codefendant. If we don’t prosecute him, government corruption becomes even more open and free of consequences. We clearly need to rein it in a great deal.
  13. Nah, just the person who says “Actually he’s just called The Doctor...”. That person is number 6 on my punching list.
  14. Tony Stark, maybe just him five times. Theo from The Haunting of Hill House, either the book or the first magnificent film (holy cow is that a deep watch!) trying to come up with five new ones... Iago the parrot. Or maybe just Gilbert Gottfried Doctor Who. Correct me and you can be number six Tyler Durden. I know there is a flaw in my cunning plan, but when a character yields such a truly unpleasantly toxic, lame fan-base he must be punched hard in the face.
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