Wednesday, November 30, 2005

Some early Christmas presents...

-I love this time of year, not as much as October, but quite a bit. My parents, Doc Vader and Mama Goose, decided that they were going to get both Honey and I a present this year.(Mama pressured Lord Vader to also get me my own too!! I love being the only boy!!) They asked what we wanted, we mulled a bit, and then decided something that we could hang on the wall opposite the bed that has a nice screen, and we could watch our favorite shows on. After wincing, and waiting for a response from Doc Vader, he finally decided it would be best if his younger, 'Sith Apprentice' accompanied him to Best Buy to aid in the selection of said present. YES!! I love Best Buy, I wanted to register there, but strangely Honey thought TVs, video games, DVDs, and computer components were not great wedding presents. (shows how much she knows... thbbbt, *btw-she won that discussion)

-The other 'early present' I got was from a close friend and co-worker, and it's one of the reasons why I hold my work buddies in such high regard. There are about 6 of us that are really tight, and that's a good thing because they are selfless, kind, thoughtful, but can drink, curse, and be all around guys at the same time. We drink, golf, play cards, help each other out, hang out with our significant others in groups, and well I think you get the point that we're a close-knit group of friends. At any rate, one of my buddies mentioned in passing that he had an Xbox that he doesn't play anymore, it just sits there collecting dust, and so knowing that I am a video game freak he offered it to me at no cost!! I graciously accepted and promptly ran out to buy Star Wars Battlefront 2. Now I have a Cube and an Xbox!!! Whoo-Hoo(btw Honey was juuuust as excited as me) To my good friend Anthony I thank you!!

-I have a lot of shopping to do...

Tuesday, November 29, 2005

Helen who??

Gentleman today's post is primarily for you. We're having a debate here at work about the "top women" Of course by "top" we mean most beautiful. There are some general agreements, some quizzical looks, and some choices are met with bellowing guffaws. I understand that my list of "Most Beautiful Females" is not the definitive, but rather just an opinion. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, (ah the cliché) such is the explanation of my first choice. The best part is, it is true. I'm not saying it just because "I have to because I'm with her".(I've done that before, many a time, it's a pain in the ass.) In all honesty, Honey is the most beautiful thing I've ever seen. I've felt that way since I first saw her 6 years ago. She was the unattainable for me. Even though she doesn't believe it herself, Honey stuns me everytime I see her. Now enough of that, onward ever onward, here's the list:

1. Honey (she's on the left with the specs. her cousin Kery-Maid of Honor at our wedding, is on the right)
2. Gisele Adriana Alessandra (God Bless Brazil. I know that whenever Honey brings over the new Vicky's Secret, I get to see 'my girls.' Honey laughs and rolls her eyes.)
3. Jessica Simpson(Nick Lachey, you are mentally ill, or Michael Irvin's 'friend' who left the crack pipe in his car)
4. Monica Bellucci (Ai Dios Mio, the pride of Italy right there Gents)
5. Scarlett Johansson (classic beauty, elegance of a long lost age)
6. Josie Maran (a very talented relatively new model)
7. Vanessa Marcil (a much more beautiful version of Eva Longoria)
8. Charlize Theron (again, another classic, elegant lady, the only reason to even think about watching Aeon Flux)
9. Catherine Bell (waaaaaay too many JAG jokes were made here)
10. Catherine Zeta Jones (now that she's a little older, and has had a few kids, she's moved down the list, but still makes the Zorro sequel worth seeing)

*Feel free to chime in with other suggestions the list is ever-evolving.

Monday, November 28, 2005


Well kids the 5 day holiday is over. I didn't go crazy as in years past, in fact I don't really drink much at all anymore which is quite odd. I've become an even bigger fan of Coca-Cola. It seems to be my drink of choice most weekends. I have a beer to Coke ratio now. Allow me to elaborate...On Wednesday I had 8 beers and 2 pints of Coke, on Friday it was 2 beers and 6 Cokes, and on Saturday it was five beers and 4 Cokes. I think the strangest part of it is, I like it this way. I know, I know, coming from me that is most uncharacteristic, but that's the way it is. I now drink my beer solely for the taste and enjoyment of the beer, whereas before that reason would be coupled with a myriad of others. (contests, games, or just plain ol' getting 'all kinds of tore up') That said, Honey and I went grocery shopping last night, and I bought the ever-so precious Saranac Winter Collection 12 pack, and about 4 'fridge paks' of Coca-Cola.

-YAY ND!! The prevailing thought is, the Irish will now go to one of the major bowl games this year. We watched the game Saturday night which btw, was waaaaaaay too close. My dear friends Annie and Katie were concerned, but were able to focus on chatting with Honey regarding our wedding plans, my sister's wedding details, and the dresses. Safe topics, as our plans are just about finished, my sister's I don't have to worry about, and the only thing I know regarding dresses is some weird-spelled French name, Monique Lhullier. (To the fashionistas of the world, please forgive my ignorance) Honey on the other hand, bore witness to my ND fanaticism last year, so by now it was old hat for her and she had no problem with the screaming, praying, and general consternation emanating from the guys that disrupted the 'girl-talk'. At any rate, I am proud of the boys, Charlie has done one hell of a job to say the least, as to the best of my knowledge the Irish have never had: 2 1,000 yard receivers, one 1,000 yard rusher, and one 3,000+yard quarterback all in the same season!!! It is what I term: "video-game football", and I love every minute of it. Go...Irish...Go...Irish...

Friday, November 25, 2005

Holiday Re-cap

Hi kids, just a quick Holiday recap for you. Wednesday evening, despite being the busiest bar night of the year, was rather quiet for your favorite Rebalancer. I went to my good friend's house, (who is also a co-worker) and the rest of my buddies from work came over and we had a nice poker tournament. I came in third, not too shabby. We then decided to meander down the street to a local bar that for some reason we often find ourselves in late at night. We had a few pints, watched some ESPN, and talked turkey. All-in-all, a tame evening.

Yesterday I not only surpassed the Over/Under line of 3 helpings, I went so far past it I couldn't see it!! I am still in a tryptophan coma as I type. My belly was distended much like the Alpha Lion after eating his share of the antelope.(I see it on Animal Planet all the time) Honey and I collapsed after a double dose of dinner, and watched Charlie Brown and Finding Nemo. A fine glorious day of thanks, feasting, and merriment with loved ones. For my American followers, I hope your holiday was a happy one. On to the leftovers!!

Wednesday, November 23, 2005

Happy Thanksgiving...

*Here's my version of me, The Rebalancer... (thanks Jess!) The staff was the closest thing there to the Aquila Sceptre, and unfortunately there were no exceptional scarlet cloaks, plain white togas, eagle encrusted cuirasses, gladii, or pilum. But I love the Golden Civic Crown!!

On to the topic of the day...

Kids, tonight is turkey eve, and tomorrow is Thanksgiving Day. It is a day that naturally we are all supposed to stop, reflect, and be mindful of the many blessings we should be appreciative of. Here's my list of thanks to Providence (not Rhode Island, but the 'Man upstairs') for this past year:

1.) I'm in decent health. (should be in better shape after a few more months of using my new elliptical, I swear that thing was designed by a masochist)
2.) My heart, life, and soulmate, Honey. I'm so glad she recovered, without her I would be lost.
3.) My loving family.
4.) My close friends (you know who you are...)
5.) That despite all of the petty crap that is spewed forth in this world, we still are most fortunate to live in the Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave.


Tuesday, November 22, 2005

The reason for Rebalancing...

*Don't be alarmed kids! As I promised to you, I will do my best to refrain from political ranting. The following is merely a response to an article I recently read. (for those who say, "semantics" I saw Pshaww!)*

I saw this the other day and knew I had to discuss it at some point. It ranks right up there with the, "Let's pretend Christmas doesn't exist" movement that we'll discuss at greater length next month. It's no secret that we're not PC here, hence the Rebalancing in our title. We find PC-ness and everything about it to be utterly ludicrous, and demeaning to human adults the world over. It's as though one is expected to treat others as über-sensitive children. How laughably pathetic that concept is. It is only human nature that one cannot please all of the people all of the time. The responsible thing to do is to try one's best when one is speaking, acting, etc... on one's beliefs, to do so with respect toward others, but not to cowtow. For those that are upset, or whose "feelings are hurt", remember no one is perfect,(we here at the Rebalancing have dropped the ball more times than can be counted) people make mistakes. So simply act your age by taking criticism gracefully and understanding the following two quotes(I love these!):

To know what you prefer instead of humbly saying Amen to what the world tells you you ought to prefer, is to have kept your soul alive.
Robert Louis Stevenson

If we were to wake up some morning and find that everyone was the same race, creed and color, we would find some other cause for prejudice by noon.
George Aiken

There's no way around it, it is the human way. So if everyone treated what they didn't like to see or hear as though it were "water off a duck's back" and focused on living their life the best way they know how, (as adults should) there wouldn't be a need for any sort of PC-ness now would there?

Monday, November 21, 2005

Memento Mori...

Kids, it's all over. Rome will now enter HBO's long hibernation sequence until the next season is released sometime in 2014. However, that was one hell of a way to go out. The assassination of Caesar was superbly filmed, and the inner torment of Vorennus was moving to say the least. I did find it interesting that Octavian was in Rome and was told to go to Greece. (In actuality he was already in Greece with Agrippa and some legions) However, what I found to be more intriguing was the look he gave Servillia. It was not an overtly focused glare of rage or of wrath, but rather one of cold, calculated thought on just how best to kill her. Brilliant. With the end of the season of shows, Monday's Rebalancing will now focus on other topics, I swear!

-For the first time I have to divide my holiday between two families, that of my own, and Honey's as well. It's complicated, I don't know how I will be able to focus on driving after being all drugged with tryptophan, but we'll manage. I think a double dose of bird will leave me sleeping for 2 days!! I am looking forward to it though because there's no one else I'd rather spend Turkey Day with than Honey!

-Ok enough of the Hallmark moment, let's get down to it:

Submit your call: "I will eat Over/Under 3 full helpings of Thanksgiving Day dinner." (That includes Turkey, potatoes, stuffing, vegetables, cranberries, rolls, pumpkin pie.) Personally, I am calling Over for myself, luckily I'll be wearing my Thanksgiving Day pants!

Friday, November 18, 2005

Here we go!!

I just read a list of "Best Video Games Ever". It is about the 29 millionth different publication of said list I've perused over the years. However, I thought about it, and realized I play video games, (not as much as I used to, but I am still a big fan) most of the people I know play video games, we often talk of them, why shouldn't there be a Rebalancing of the 'list', really. Here is my top ten list for what I think are the best games I've ever played:

1.) The Legend of Zelda:The Ocarina of Time (N64)
2.) Rome: Total War (PC)
3.) 007:Goldeneye (N64)
4.) Super Mario Bros. 64 (N64)
5.) Age of Empires II (PC)
*tie*.) Star Wars: Battlefront series (PS2)
*tie*.) Star Wars: X-Wing Series (PC)
7.) The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (SNES)
8.) Super Mario Bros. 3 (NES)
9.) The Legend of Zelda (NES)
10.) Super Mario Kart (SNES, N64, GCN)

Some of these are my favorite games, some of my favorites are not on the list. There are so many I could have put here, maybe I just haven't been able to recall them. If I do, I'll be sure to make ammendments. We'll tabulate everyone's votes for whomever wants to submit their list, and come up with a final one sometime in the near future.

Some other quick announcements:
-I got a call yesterday from a future groomsman of mine who has knocked the ball out of the park by passing his test! To Padawan Matt, Unkey says, "Well done indeed!!"

-Tomorrow the Irish will play their final home game of the 2005 season against the Orange of Syracuse!! Go...Irish...Go...Irish!!

Thursday, November 17, 2005

He's heeeere...

As nearly everyone populating Western New York will tell you, winter is often brutal. I have theorized that this year will be especially so. Last night, Old Man Winter began his long, slow, accursed march through the region. It's cold, snowy, and frosty out and though I've been through 27 of these, I loathe them and wish that I could have winter last from December 1st to January 6th, and that's it. Alas, I've not the ability to spin the earth faster or alter the seasons. However, on the plus side, I get to wear my most favorite coat all of the time. Yeah, no, that's not much of consolation. Oh well, the heat is on, the boots and thick sole shoes are out, I've got a scraper, and hope the plows are timely. Let it Snow Let it Snow Let it Snow!!

Wednesday, November 16, 2005

Two by Two...Hurrah...Hurrah...

Sorry about the lack of posting yesterday kids. I was swamped here at work and then had to attend meetings, and then got too tired to sit and write coherently about a random topic. Today's subject will be mercifully brief I saw this and thought hmmm...maybe Americans shouldn't complain so much about the health care system here. Then I thought, that really must have hurt like all get out. It prompted me to recall from within the many folds and recesses of my brain a scene, conversation, or situation that I can't clearly envision. It revovled around the old, "Would you rather eat _______ forever or have have your ______ broken, chopped up, mangled, etc..." It was something along those lines. Again, my apologies, as I can't seem to have a vivid picture in my mind. At any rate, I don't know if there is anything on earth I wouldn't eat if it meant I would escape ants eating my eyeball out. (and I am the world's worst picky eater!) In the end, I suppose I feel horrible for the patient in the above-mentioned story. We'll chat more tomorrow.

Monday, November 14, 2005


Kids I have a question for you. I was out with a friend on Saturday evening saddled up at the bar watching a great college football game. (Auburn vs. Georgia) At some point a player's name was flashed across the screen and we both squinted at the screen to see if that was correct. Apparently, it was. The player's name was JaMarcus something or other. The last name, for the purpose of this post is irrelevant, it's the matter of the first that is the subject today. We started thinking about the choice of name for that guy, and then thought of some other names we had heard and realized that many of them start out as somewhat typical names (like Marcus) but then are distinctly made more unique by placing a Ja- or De- or D' in front. The question is why? What leads to that decision? For the life of me I could not figure out the thought process involved there. I decided to take it upon myself to do some research into the topic in the vain hope that I could glean some insight into this seemingly common method of child naming. I found this. Quite an interesting read, however, I was hoping they would have a theory on other naming choices such as: Apple, Rain, Leaf, Moxie Crimefighter, etc... If anyone has a theory on the thought (or lack thereof) that goes into naming a child in such an atypical fashion please feel free to let us know. We truly are still trying to get a better grasp on the subject.

*In other news, Rome was quite good last night. I was impressed with the gladiatoresque scene. However, I did notice that Brutus' decision to act against Caesar was altogether too quick. He got into a fight with his "father" and then decided to plot his assassination? Seems a bit far-fetched, but oh well, I'm over it. Next week should be epic to say the least, though I'll be sad to see the great man get stabbed 23 times. Damn fools, should have let him be.

* Congrats to the Irish extending their NCAA "consecutive win-streak over one opponent" to 42 years!

Friday, November 11, 2005

Next Phase please...

Well kids, the phases of remodeling my humble abode are moving along rather quickly. After staying up until 1-2 am most nights this week assembling bookshelves, computer desks, and other office equipment. I can finally say that for now we are done. Honey was devilishly crafty as always. She waited until I was knee deep in wooden parts labeled "A" thru "Q" and then said, "I'll work on finishing the rearrangement in the bedroom" Yeaaahh. As always, we came to a compromise and it looks splendid. I am amazed at how different the place looks already. It truly is far more organized and polished looking. Now, all that is left is the painting phase and the subsequent "amalgamation of Honey's crap with my crap" phase.

*The Irish look to increase their NCAA leading "continuous win streak over one opponent" to 42 games tomorrow vs. Navy. Go...Irish...Go...Irish...

Thursday, November 10, 2005


I like the idea of wagering, whether it's on horseracing, a card/dice table, or just for fun, I like it. In the spirit of grand speculation I'd like to offer some Over/Unders for the Buffalo area:

1.) We'll have significant snow fall in Over/Under 29 days.

2.) The total amount of snowfall this season will be Over/Under 150 inches.

3.) The total amount of Thanksgiving food you will eat in two weeks will be Over/Under 2.2 lbs.

4.) You will watch Over/Under 3 Bowl games this season.

5.) We'll have Over/Under 2 .5 "snow days/blizzard shutdowns" this season.

Any others let me know. I'm toying with the idea of initiating this as a new semi-regular feature. We're constantly trying to come up with new and improved ways to Rebalance you!

Wednesday, November 09, 2005

Ah America...

Ok kids, these stories further my long-standing conviction that we are defying Darwin by slowly devolving.

In September, after law enforcement officers in North Carolina spotted a reportedly stolen ambulance and chased it through three counties until forcing it into a ditch north of Greensboro, they found the driver to be mohawk-hairstyled Leon Hollimon Jr., 37, who is not a medical professional but was wearing a stethoscope and with latex gloves in his pocket. Strapped to a gurney in the back was a dead six-point deer, and according to witnesses cited by the Florida Times-Union newspaper (Hollimon is from Jacksonville, Fla.), an intravenous line was attached to it and a defibrillator had been used. [Florida Times-Union, 9-28-05]

* Howtha!?!? Whattha!?! I can't even begin to imagine that scene. I'm trying to play it in my mind in an attempt to figure out exactly how I would react upon witnessing such a debacle, but I can't, for the life of me I just can't.

The following people accidentally shot themselves recently: a Fond du Lac, Wis., man, in the abdomen, while using a screwdriver to dislodge a round from his pistol (August); a Nacogdoches, Texas, woman, in the foot while trying to kill a snake on her property (September) (and the same woman, again trying to kill a snake, shot herself in the other foot the next day); a Tennessee Highway Patrolman, in the leg as he holstered his pistol while chasing a fleeing suspect near Maryville (August); a teenage boy, in the leg while fleeing after robbing a food store in New Caney, Texas (August); a 33-year-old Milwaukee man, in the leg while fleeing after robbing a man on the street (October). And Danny Walden, Taylorsville, Ky., was shot by the rifle he had set up in his home as a booby trap to protect his 115 marijuana plants (October). [Fond du Lac Reporter, 8-24-05] [Daily Sentinel (Nacogdoches), 9-18-05] [The Tennessean, 8-10-05] [WTRK-TV (Houston), 8-3-05] [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 10-24-05] [Herald-Leader (Lexington, Ky.), 10-5-05]

*I'm all for the 2nd ammendment and the NRA, but these are compelling arguments to the contrary indeed.

***By the way kids, if you check out the map to the right you'll see that Rebalancing is starting to happen the world over. From Indonesia, to South Africa to South America!!. Thank you all for visiting we do hope you enjoy your stay.

-Journeyman actor of the day has been retired for a while as I have run out of thoughts on the subject. One last one in case I haven't mentioned him- Michael Ironside.

Tuesday, November 08, 2005

I knew exercising was overrated...

So I finally went to the doctor for a physical after 15 years. My father and mother had been on my back to do so for quite some time, but I managed to keep them at bay by employing the ol' standby, "Sure thing, as soon as I get some time". Well then I just had to go and ask Honey for her hand in marriage. Now Lord Vader and Mother Goose have conscripted Honey to their dark army and I cannot combat that menacing triumverate. Therefore, I found a doctor that was a friend of my father's and went to him. Apparently, due to the fact that my paternal grandfather had high cholesterol and open heart surgery, my father had high cholesterol, a heart attack, and robotic bypass surgery, they thought there was a chance that I would have inherited the lovely high cholesterol gene. Boy did all those years of med school pay off. As if you could not have surmised already, I too have crappy cholesterol. Soooo, my nice doctor has advised me to exercise, because apparently playing on the computer, occasionally golfing, and going out to bars doesn't count. That said, Honey also decided she wanted to get back into her daily routine, but doesn't have time to go to her gym anymore. Enter our chivalric paladin-hero Sir Goose! I went to my local fitness supply store, tried out some machines that both Honey and I could use, and settled on what is known as an elliptical. I picked up said machine yesterday with my future father-in-law's truck, brought it to our humble abode, spent 2 hours assembling it, and low and behold, there is a manufacturer's defect, and so it cannot be used. Exercise, heh, cardio-work, meh, a Buffalonian craves not these things...

Journeyman actor of the day-the late Joe Viterelli

Monday, November 07, 2005

Goodbye to an old friend...

Hello kids. My apologies for no post on Friday, we had a death in the family. Our family dog Rocco had to be put down this weekend. He developed total kidney failure and declined rapidly within a matter of days. I am still rather upset about it, my parents are especially saddened. He was the only dog I've ever had, and a true, good friend for 11 years. His quirky, Snoopy-like antics will be sorely missed.

-Bravo to HBO for resisting the temptation to film crap this week with it's excellent episode of Rome last night. In fact, I thought that Caesar's formal triumph was the best scene the show has had all year. I must say though, I feel they are going too quickly through Caesar's last 6 years. They could have spent some more time showing his battles and fleshing out character interactions a bit more. Mr. Hinds (the actor playing Caesar) has carried the show thus far, and I fear it will not be the same without him. That is to say, I'm not sure the show will have as much draw for audiences once he is out of the cast. Perhaps an older Octavian will fill the void? We'll have to see.

Journeytman actor of the day-Anthony Zerbe

Thursday, November 03, 2005

But they are clean...

Yesterday began the process. Honey is moving in with me in less than a year, and so we have begun to transmogrify my humble condo. from "post-school-pretending-I'm-still-there-because-it'd-be-better-than-the-realworld" to "I'm-now-in-the-realworld-and-Honey-lives-here-too." I know, these are two distinct styles that perhaps you haven't heard of. While they're not often mentioned among the standards in the exalted collection of interior designs, (post-modern, Victorian, Dutch-Colonial, etc...) I assure you, they exist, oh yes, they exist. The fine gentleman entered my home with an enormous cleaning brush/apparatus. He then proceeded to turn the place upside down, quarantine me like a leper to my tiled kitchen, and then present me with what looked like surgical booties, saying, "wear these, only walk on the edges of your carpet, and wait 7 hours for it to dry." Nice guy though, and while it looks as though either Fat Man or Little Boy went off in my place, the carpet has taken on a certain fresh/clean sheen now. Honey will be so happy. Next few phases: finish the basement, finish buying new furniture, re-paint. We'll keep you posted on the Rebalancing...

Journeyman actor of the day-J.O. Sanders

Wednesday, November 02, 2005

"They'll be like radio alarm clocks"...

A co-worker and friend of mine recently quipped that computers will eventually become so affordable that they'll be as commonplace as the clock radio. (He is a computer tech geek, and used to work for a company in the area specializing in computer/tech work.) Sure enough, he just sent me an article today that came across our financial news-wire, stating that Wal-Mart will be releasing a $400 HP latop in the near future. Astounding I say. What's next you might ask? Well I'm not what one would call a computer guru, I have a modicum of knowledge regarding the subject and consider myself competent in discussions regarding it, but I don't have a firm grasp on all of the differing nuances. That said, I venture to guess that the future will be acutely dependent upon technology at an ever-increasing rate. Probably not so different from what any of you might say. (hence the 2000 decibel "DUH!" I've just heard) The days of CPUs as "clock-radios" are just around the corner. Now if only that were the case with that 55" LCD ambient TV I've lustfully had my eye on for oh so long now...

-Journeyman actor of the day-James Remar

Tuesday, November 01, 2005

Another dreaded poll...

After watching "It's the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown" for the umpteen-millionth time, I started to think about why it is so damn good everytime. By now we all know the plot, the subplots, the build-up, climax and ending, but what makes it so timeless?? I think the answer lies within the subject itself. "Peanuts" is an American institution as surely as Ford, Coca-Cola, and Apple-pie are. Therefore, I'm taking a poll as to what comic strips (not cartoons, comic books, or graphic novels) people hold most dear. Here's my list.

1.) Peanuts- My all-time favorite comic strip character is Snoopy, and I think this strip is the paradigm that all others should strive to come close to. I think it's the dichotomy of the strip that has grabbed hold of me. At once, "Peanuts" is simple and complex. A dog that flies Sopwith Camels, hangs Van Goghs in his house, pens novels, plays baseball, and kids that in the third grade develop and define psychological arguments for daily troubles well beyond their years. (A quality seen in my next selection as well) To say Schultz was a legendary virtuoso in his field is a gross understatement. He is a timeless American classic.

2.) Calvin and Hobbes- A close, close, second. This erstwhile daily strip was a joy to look forward to. Watterson is a genius, I love the imagery, and spark of creativity that gave birth to such ideas as Spaceman Spiff, Stupendous Man, and the Transmogrifier machine. Alas, Watterson's iconoclastic crusade to reinvent the comic strip (dimensions, artistic freedoms, etc...) brought about the premature demise of little Calvin and his buddy Hobbes.

3.) Mutts- Among modern strips it's the one that illicits a laugh out loud response from me more often than not. The interaction among the animals I think has that simple approach that elevates the humor of the storyline.

4.) The Far Side- Oh Gary Larson, why did you leave?? This strip, time and time again, has proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that dorklike humor can pervade society despite the general populace's protests. I love the randomness of this strip. I could honestly say that I never found an installment was tired, or run-of-the-mill. That is a testament to Larson's unique imagination.

*that's all I can think of for right now, please share some of your favorites!

Journeyman actor of the day-William Fichtner

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