What Evanier said about Paris. Ditto. This is the second time this year my cousin Anne, currently working there, has had to report that she is safe.
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Prisoner Re-entry.
Berowne’s participation in the French Revolution. No, not that one.
Renaissance Geek: Eddie is 51, which is divisible by three.
Wondermark: Throw Back the Dead Man’s Coin.
Tosy has 10 opening sentences to short stories that do not exist, yet. But one of them could.
David Kalish: My imagined contract with cockroaches.
The new music video Weather the Storm by Rebecca Jade, the eldest niece.
K-Chuck Radio: The WABC Sonic Experience!
Confessions Of An Idiom. What happens if the Elephant in the Room decides to make the Skeleton in the Closet bring the truth to light?
Mad magazine: Overheard at the New Amazon Bookstore.
Mark Evanier continues to list the twenty top voice actors in American animated cartoons between 1928 and 1968, including Jackson Beck (Bluto, King Leonardo) and Dick Beals (Speedy Alka-Seltzer, Davey of Davey and Goliath) and Clarence Nash (Donald Duck, Huey, Dewey, and Louie) and Bill Scott (Bullwinkle J. Moose, Mr. Peabody).
Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, the first-ever Disney character and a long-eared precursor to Mickey Mouse, features in this long-lost animated film. Another, obscure, Disney film, John Henry.
The finale of a recent episode of Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris, a program I forget was even on the air.
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