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June 6th, 2011

More Cat Spam [Jun. 6th, 2011|08:35 am]
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No longer content with sleeping on my desk, Galapagos decides to commandeer the chair instead.

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And How's YOUR Novel Coming Along? [Jun. 6th, 2011|02:34 pm]
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“As wild as our real lives may seem on TV, just wait to read what we’ve dreamed up to deliver between the covers of our first novel,” Kourtney, Kim and Khloé [Kardashian] said in a statement last week, announcing that William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollins, would publish a novel they had written.

Literary agents are now more aggressive in persuading celebrities and their managers to pitch novels to publishers, said Robert Gottlieb, chairman of the Trident Media Group, who said they can earn advances of $200,000 to $1 million.

As for your novel, well, I wouldn't worry too much. I'm sure some publisher out there will be happy to shit a couple grand, maybe, into your outstretched palm for the book you sweated blood over for two or three years. After all, something's got to fill that production slot between the Kardashians' novel and Nicole Richie's, right?
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Did Someone Order a Weiner? [Jun. 6th, 2011|09:59 pm]
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Gosh, you mean Democrats can be lying, cheating sleazebag fuckmongers just like Republicans? Who knew?!

Here's a clue, folks. If a married man in a prominent position of power tweets a picture of his bulging cock to a 21-year-old girl and then lies about it for days to the American people, and you think that's okay, or nobody's business, or you still like him and respect him, and all because he's a member of the same political party you are, you need to seriously reexamine your priorities. Once we start excusing the way people act because of which political party they belong to, we may as well throw in the towel and just admit, finally, that politics is nothing but a team sport played on the broken backs of the people, and that governance, policy, and philosophy have got nothing to do with it.
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