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  1. @Witty Llama: the workaround is you have to stop walking on land. Keep that in mind in case you run into this guy again. If he really loves you, eel be back.


    Also "Pinstripes Baby" is my unpublished memoir about being an infant banker (long story but the upshot is wall street, more like bawl street).


    @Anastasia Vigo: dem's adorable. What blue eyes Maudey baby has! (She's a Maudey baby.)

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  2. The quote button doesn't work at my jay-oh so i'll resort to:


    @SteveH: but I didn't get my pic in yet!


    I'm sorry I missed the hangout but I was too busy thinking of ways to join without admitting to my wife (yes, like that other show that I can't like anymore) that I was on a hangout about her least favorite podcast. Which actually took up a good chunk of time.


    I hope you all discussed science things including how to steal children and whether a stolen child would be a good guest when the next wild horse cancels and/or is occupied trying to drag someone away from someone else. my vote is yes, but not a stabby English waif cuz, well, you know.


    Neil Campbell was a wonderful guest - complemented the boys perfectly and added just a touch of his usual sophistication.


    When does the Wolfcool shop open?

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  3. You want Pet pics. You got it:




    You want Dinner pics. You got it:




    You want episode discussion. You got it:


    Great to hear Cody helping out with an ad but he did put me off ever using Amazon again. I'm proud to be a "World Person" and I loved the veiled shoutout to Devscoots. There was alot of funny and raunchy stuff.


    Andrew sounded so refined and, frankly, delightful and his Mr. Bean knowledge was top notch. I liked when you said "Gosh". Great discussion of Anglo Irish relations and Ned Divine.


    Neil Campbell was fun as always.

    Glad to see you recovered from that stair-fall! It was, honestly, pretty scary. Almost too scary.

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  4. Yo but actually check out Tiny Showcase, hopefully it's in your price range. Otherwise I say embrace minimalism and boo to your yokel friends who like their walls covered with stuff


    And no one has anything say about a Dune poster?!?! Tsk, tsk, Hollywood Handbookies. I thought nerds was cool now and not pumping gas or whatever...

  5. You live in a "crib" so I assume you're a baby, in which case you should do something that fits in with your baby vibe. So maybe a Klimt reproduction? Or Banksy if you consider yourself a streetwise, edgy baby? I could be more helpful if I knew what kind of baby you are.




    Or just buy the Dune poster on Etsy that my wife won't let me get.

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  6. I wonder how you would feel about a doc by Werner Herzog called Happy People. It's about trappers/hunters who live in deep Siberia with almost zero modern amenities. It might make the cut for your documentary criteria because it's not about a western social phenomenon you would hear about or have the potential to see. Plus it's of course narrated by Herzog which is always a good thing.


    The docs about Chinese conceptual artist/dissident Ai Weiwei may fall into a similar exception.


    Let's take mortal enemy-ness off the table if we could please.


    Happy People was supercool but I don't remember them being especially happy. I don't think they realized that they were in a frozen idyll with nothing but their dogs and personal values to sustain them. The permafrost is always greener, I guess. Maybe when it melts it will be a thing Game of Scones can appreciate.



    poachers are jokers. Leave the animals alone!


    maybe ill check it out.



    Are you calling me an s-tard?


    Just because i prefer unbroken basketball instead of hops dreams.


    You're right about Grizzle man, though. Dudes gone.


    Hoop Dreams should be cool already cuz (1) them kids ain't got b-ball careers anymore, (2) the specific b-balls shown in the film are all gone, and/or (3) the popular outrage sparked by the film made the b-ball industry stop exploiting young urban black men.


    Or maybe just watch that Norwegian real-time show about logs or whatever?

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