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Conan O’Brien on Fox: Pros vs. Cons

The Late Night scrap-up has undoubtedly been one of the most fun public battles between multi-millionaires since John Jacob Astor and J.D. Rockefeller dueled on national radio with giant bags of money. But when the dust settles, our beloved Coco must find a new home and one particular network, Fox, is frothing at the mouth for the coup. What would a Foxy Conan look like, and should we care? Let’s weigh the pros and cons. Continue reading

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How I Write – a drunken, violent, yelling-filled guide to the aspiring writer

How much muse (alcohol) is enough muse? That’s particular to each individual writer, but as a rule of thumb I find once I start “losing time” the creative pump is adequately primed. What happens next is the magic of the craft. No writer can truly tell you what happens once they “get into the zone” but I can tell you I usually wake up in my underwear, shivering under my writer’s cot, my fists clutching glow wand and lottery tickets. Continue reading

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Super Bowl XLVI Commentated by 19th Century English Dandy Lord Horatio Byron Fluttersby.

My word, what is this, my good fellows? Could this be a game of footsieball? Well, well. Why I could watch footsieball for a fortnight. Ee Gads! Continue reading

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Jokes My Four Year Old Recently Told Me

What did the giraffe say to the sky?

A: Get lost, buddy! Continue reading

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