Nick Douglas
nickdouglas
Staff Writer, Lifehacker | Nick has written for Gawker, Valleywag, the Daily Dot, and Urlesque. He currently runs the scripted comedy podcast "Roommate From Hell."
11/15/19
9:25 AM
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Oh god, I can totally see myself doing the same thing the husband did.

11/11/19
10:29 AM
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Nice, we can’t conceive of this much money without extruding the billionaire into another dimension.

11/8/19
3:13 PM
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Thank you! The deals I saw indicate “proof of service,” but call ahead if you’re worried. I don’t think any of these chains want local staff denying people with proof of service based on what they’re wearing.

11/7/19
10:17 AM
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It seems like incoming bosses could learn a lot from incoming employees: be humble and “lurk moar.”

11/5/19
9:42 AM
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I meant to convey exactly what you just said: Zombies could use Pride because Pride was in the public domain. I couldn’t go make Pride and Prejudice and Zombies and Pirates because Zombies is still under copyright. As you say, giving the Zombies treatment to a copyrighted work would not be protected fair use. Read more

11/5/19
9:38 AM
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According to Wikipedia, “spearmint” was a trademarked brand name in the UK, so the BBC wouldn’t play it. So the song was re-recorded with the generic “chewing gum.”