GlibandBitchy
GlibandBitchy
12/19/14
2:31 AM
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Seemed like nearly everybody dropped by . . . except Hugh Laurie. But if he's not going to collect the photo that's been sitting on a shelf for so many years, I CALL DIBBS!

9/29/14
1:45 PM
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There was talk years back of a foldable, bendable fully-featured electronic "paper" that would be very portable. Don't know what happened there. Read more

9/13/14
11:57 AM
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"Ransom," in which Mel Gibson turns the tables on his son's kidnappers.

9/9/14
5:35 PM
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Sure I can. Maybe not with as clear a conscience or as pure an argument as before, but yeah — sure I can.

9/9/14
5:18 PM
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As I was just saying to Dregs, Kingston's whole comment just sort of jumped off the page at me — refreshingly honest and depressingly true. Read more

9/9/14
5:11 PM
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Kingston's whole comment just sort of jumped off the page (yeah, page) at me — I haven't read anything so refreshingly honest and depressingly true in a while. Read more

9/3/14
2:03 PM
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Done, with an extra facepalm for the inability to post a facepalm.

8/24/14
9:53 AM
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40 is crazy young to be a grandma, if you ask me. The math works, but the reality is harder. Still, I wonder if she'd have the chops to take down a 20-year-old if she were 50 or 60.

8/18/14
10:21 AM
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Going OT here to say thanks for sharing the LegoThefts post to io9 yesterday. The traffic/reply boost was noticeable. And fun.

8/4/14
6:31 PM
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Was just finishing up an episode of The Strain when Mrs.Bitchy showed me the original Washington Post story. What fun! (The series? Not so much.)

7/31/14
2:22 PM
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Back in the late '70s, my college daily newspaper used a version of this image from All the President's Men as a recruiting poster. White Knights, public service, Hollywood stars and a happy ending. So I'm not real surprised that a joint appearance in D.C. would draw a crowd.

7/14/14
10:59 AM
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"I'll give you my red pencil when you pry it from my cold, dead hands."

7/12/14
11:04 AM
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Yeah, I get it. But I see stunt pages like this, with the nagging sense I've seen it before, recognize that the same paper is devoting thousands of words to the same topic (just not front and center) and can't help thinking (for a few seconds, anyway, before I turn the page): Read more