This Majestic Motherfucker

I decided I had spent enough time staring at a computer screen and that it was time for a nap, turned around, and saw this handsome bastard lounging on my clothes on the chair I had casually thrown them on:

Sometimes when the light comes through the window in the afternoon his eyes are just so beautiful I could stare at them all day. Looks like I need to brush his beard again.






109 replies
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    jl says:

    Thanks for cute pet pic. Next time Cole needs to use the computer, I hope he sends us a pic of Steve lying on the keyboard, or maybe knocking the mouse off the desk. That would be fun too.

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    satby says:

    He’s a gorgeous cat!

    Waiting for my friends at the Irish pub down the street where we’re having dinner before going to Mayor Pete’s talk at the library. I really want an autographed book but they’re $29 and I am overdrawn until midnight tonight.😕

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    mrmoshpotato says:

    MAFUCKINGJESTIC!

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    Mary G says:

    He is magnificent, and your photo taking has improved immensely since you got the new house. I assume the light is better,

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    trollhattan says:

    Bigass cat is big!

    More TwittBook outrage!

    Facebook says it temporarily blocked Dan Scavino because he was behaving like a bot. Seems reasonable.

    Trump White House social media director Dan Scavino got a personal apology from Facebook, after some features on his account were blocked for a few hours on Monday. The social media firm says its automated systems identified his activity as likely being that of a bot.

    On Monday, Scavino posted on Facebook that his ability to reply to comments on the platform had been blocked, which was, of course, an outrage and injustice like none anyone has ever known in the history of mankind, truly.

    “AMAZING. WHY ARE YOU STOPPING ME from replying to comments followers have left me – on my own Facebook Page!!?? People have the right to know. Why are you silencing me???,” Scavino wrote, with righteous outrage.

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    mrmoshpotato says:

    @satby: Hope your friends will spot you $29.

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    R-Jud says:

    He is majestic and also looks like he plays a mean washboard in the jug band.

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    Ohio Mom says:

    @satby: Maybe you can print out a picture of the book’s cover or a headshot of Pete, and have him sign that? He will probably be very understanding — and it can’t hurt to remind a candidate how close to the edge too many of their constituents live. Really, I’m just jealous you will have a chance to interact with him.

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    jl says:

    @mrmoshpotato: Oh wow. Scovino wrote that? He’s a bot. Or is English his third or fourth language? My money is on he’s a bot.

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    rikyrah says:

    It’s Steve’s house. He lets you live there so that he can get fed.
    The picture is quite beautiful.

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    patrick II says:

    Netflix is featuring a Netflix produced series of sci-fi animated shorts called “Love Death + Robots”. Most are just too bloody for this old guy, but episodes 2 (three robots) and 16 (ice age) are worth watching. Three Robots is particularly why I am mentioning it on this thread — it features a cat and an interesting ending.

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    mrmoshpotato says:

    @jl: Ummm….what? Care to fill me in on what got your bones all in a bother?

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    @jl:

    Hope your friends will spot you $29.

    That has nothing to do with Scovino, are you a bot?

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    different-church-lady says:

    …lounging on my clothes on the chair I had casually thrown them on…

    Fine, I’ll be the one to do it: this means you’re blogging naked, doesn’t it?

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    Chacal Charles Calthrop says:

    @rikyrah: this

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    @mrmoshpotato: I think jl hit the wrong reply button, or he’s a bot.

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    JPL says:

    Steve is gorgeous.

    @R-Jud: What is happening in Merry Old England?

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    HalfAssedHomesteader says:

    “I assure you, however regal you think I am, you are still falling about 60% short of how regal I actually am.”

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    VeniceRiley says:

    @patrick II: I binged it. Lots of T&A and violence, but yes, some of it was noteworthy.

    Cat: This laundry is my bed. Your bed is my bed. See that windowsill? It’s my bed. That couch = my bed …

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    Gravenstone says:

    The look that says ‘you have been judged, and found wanting’.

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    JPL says:

    Well I was playing with my grandson today who is almost 6 weeks old today. I have to admit that I’m enjoying my new role. Yes you can interact with a 6 week old.

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    mrmoshpotato says:

    @🐾BillinGlendaleCA: I think so too. Unless I somehow hit a grain of sand from 20000 feet completely by accident.

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    Yutsano says:

    Handsome Papa Stevedore Hemingway is handsome.

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    R-Jud says:

    @JPL: Nobody fucking knows! 🙃 It’s like cricket, but with diabetes patients’ lives potentially at risk. We’ll probably know more once the E.U. meets later this week.

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    Brickley Paiste says:

    Just a little something for people who care about living in a functioning democracy: http://www.niemanlab.org/2019/.....news-feed/

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    zhena gogolia says:

    @R-Jud:

    Haha — “It’s like cricket” — exactly!!!! This is why my eyes slide right over all Brexit articles.

    This has caused problems with Dorothy Sayers novels and episodes of Inspector Morse.

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    Dan B says:

    Was at the vest with our 19 year old furry beast, called Furr Beast – Tuxedo with big white wabbit foots, huge white widebody tusks, and a milk spot. The vets swooned but they announced they had a 30 pound Maine Coon there, a sweetie, fortunately.
    30 pounds! Yowza!

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    Ohio Mom says:

    Just had a bit of fun giving all tne reasons why I was unsubscribing from Wilmer’s mailing list. Doubt that an actual person reads it but cathartic nonetheless.

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    trollhattan says:

    Relax, your 401(k) is fine, fine!

    The Economic Report of the President, just released today, includes some interesting intern names over there at Donald Trump’s Council of Economic Advisers.

    Interns like Steve Rogers, Bruce Wayne, Peter Parker, Aunt May, and John Cleese.

    Also Jabba The Hutt.

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    Mike in Oly says:

    He is so beautiful! I miss having a long haired kitty. The current two are shorthairs.

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    HeleninEire says:

    Didn’t he just get a haircut? Asking cuz he looks like he needs a haircut. Or am I thinking of one of the other non-humans in the Cole household?

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    Kristine says:

    Handsome kitty.

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    bluefoot says:

    @patrick II: I just started watching this last night – I’m a few episodes in. As VeniceRiley says above, lots of violence and T&A, for sure. Also pretty obvious (so far) that most of the stories are from male authors…in a few instances the women’s characters *really* didn’t ring true, even within the story. If Netflix does another series/season, I hope there are more stories from women.

    Even so, I’m enjoying it so far. it reminds me of Heavy Metal magazine circa 1982.

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    Pogonip says:

    https://www.nbcnews.com/health/health-news/surprise-medical-bills-lead-liens-homes-crippling-debt-n984371

    As long as you’re writing your Rep, please consider bringing up THIS problem too. And also consider using it for education, although it may not take. I spent years warning people about this in Ohio and none of them would believe it until it happened to them. They’d listen, their eyes would widen, and then the door would slam shut, WHAM! “Oh, They can’t do that.” Oh, yes, They can, and They will, and They will enjoy doing it.

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    Miss Bianca says:

    @rikyrah: I have a couple acquaintances who are Bernie-bots who were defending Sirota as a “principled journalist” to me after those Guardian articles started coming out. If I cared to pursue it now, I’d be tempted to ask them what kind of “principles” they were talking about.

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    SenyorDave says:

    The DNC should announce that in order to participate in any Democratic presidential debate you must release 10 years of taxes. No ifs, and, or buts. If Trump really ends up being the candidate the main basis of the campaign against him has to be has to be that he is a dishonest, amoral pig, and the Democrat running against him has to be the opposite. If someone wants to vote for a candidate who lies about releasing his taxes, why choose Bernie when you can go with the original.

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    JPL says:

    @R-Jud: lol I’m glad you are prepared.

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    Pogonip says:

    @Mike in Oly: Do you have to brush a Maine Coon once a day, or twice?

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    patrick II says:

    @bluefoot:

    I was amused at how obviously it was a geek male dominated production, and it also reminded me of Heavy Metal. I don’t know that it runs to most people’s taste here, but I mentioned it because of the cat in episode 2 which I think would hit John and some other people here on the button. And I also thought the “ice age” was a good story — borrowed from a science fiction short story I read about thirty years ago.

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    debbie says:

    Beautiful cat, but I wouldn’t turn my back on him.

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    geg6 says:

    Cleo said to tell you he’s a hottie kitty.

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    Dan B says:

    @Dan B: We were at the VET with our furry beast. In case anyone was concerned that we were at the vest maker.

    On another creature note: @Devin Nunes Cow went from 1000 followers to 150,000 since the lawsuit was filed. It’s adding 1000 every 3 to 4 minutes. Comments are gold to guffaw!

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    Avalune says:

    Three Robots was my favorite episode too of Love Death Robots too. I like Zima Blue and thought Alternate Histories was funny. I liked the art on Fish Sticks. Leto liked Good Hunting and Shape Shifters.

    That cat (Steve) is over the top.

    I’m so tired. Send halp.

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    Catherine D. says:

    @Pogonip: My esteemed *cough, cough, puke, puke* member of Congress, Tom Reed, owns a piece of a medical debt collection company. Funny how he votes against soshalist things.

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    Avalune says:

    Ice Age was good too. I swear I feel like the yogurt one is an old story retold but I can’t find reference to it.

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    aliasofwestgate says:

    @patrick II: I got that vibe of Heavy Metal from it too. We haven’t seen a good anthology of scifi/fantasy shorts in animation for years. I think the last one i heard of was Robot Carnival, and that was all japanese anime if i remember correctly. Also Heavy Metal 2000, which is also a cult classic in its own right now. But my faves were Lucky 13, ShapeShifters, and Good Hunting in particular.

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    chopper says:

    @Dan B:

    no worries, we all know that vests aren’t made from cats, they’re made from gorilla chests.

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    Steeplejack says:

    @zhena gogolia:

    Speaking of Inspector Morse, I did a double take Saturday night when I saw a very young John Thaw as a villain on The Avengers from 1964.

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    Pogonip says:

    @Catherine D.: We also need conflict of interest laws enforced.

  54. 54
    Jay says:

    “Spoiler Alert: WE ARE. It only took 70 years, but we are now so evil that mainstream German politicians are calling for the expulsion of our Ambassador Richard Grenell for behaving “like a high commissioner of an occupying power.” Before everything went to shit, American diplomats would practice actual diplomacy, quietly bolstering our relationship with the host country and pressing US priorities. Not so Grenell, who tweeted a threat to sanction German companies within hours of his appointment last May.”

    https://www.wonkette.com/the-germans-are-calling-us-nazis-is-america-great-again-now

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    Brickley Paiste says:

    So much for Beto: https://www.reddit.com/r/Rowing/comments/b2zuy8/beto_doesnt_remember_his_2k_skinny_ergo_confirmed/

    Any rower that claims not to remember his or her best 2K is a liar.

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    MomSense says:

    He’s magnificent. Such a beautiful cat.

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    Leto says:

    @Avalune: @Avalune: Loved the yogurt story because 1) it was funny and 2) the voice over was done by the same actor who voiced “The Brain” from Pinky and the Brain animated series back in the early ‘90s. I liked most of the shorts though I do agree that there was an abundance of T&A. The short about the spaceman who came out of the hyper jump on the edge of the universe was good, though I can’t remeber the name of it atm.

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    satby says:

    @mrmoshpotato: @Ohio Mom: well we’re here and the room is already at capacity, so we’re in an overflow room with a live stream waiting for the Mayor to speak. And this is the second over flow room. So doubt I will get pictures this time.☹️

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    trollhattan says:

    I’m becoming helpless to Warren’s gravitational pull.

    Warren calls for end of Electoral College.

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    rikyrah says:

    soonergrunt 🇺🇸 (@soonergrunt) Tweeted:
    @Johngcole Briahna Joy Gray, late of the Intercept until today, is now the Sanders Campaign Press Secretary.
    She “covered the Democratic party” for them. Her work consisting mostly of snide attacks and other bullshit and proudly proclaimed in 2016 how she voted for Jill Stein. https://twitter.com/soonergrunt/status/1108132101029715974?s=17

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    chopper says:

    @Brickley Paiste:

    oh yeah, he’s ruined for sure. say, why haven’t you fucked off yet?

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    bluefoot says:

    @patrick II: I was amused at how cats featured in more than one of the shorts. Perhaps it says something about SF geeks? So far “Three Robots” is my fave, though I’m only 6 or 7 episodes in. I’m glad I’m not the only one whose misspent youth included Heavy Metal!

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    Avalune says:

    @Leto: Beyond the Aquila Rift!

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    patrick II says:

    @aliasofwestgate:

    I used to see the graphics anthologies when they first came out and played at the local art theater. I remember when the little desk lamp jumping around was a big deal. The first human was a big guy playing the piano, the graphics so rough the then fingers were just tubes — not even with connecting knuckles. They were very proud of their first walking human, which was a crudely rendered Marilyn Monroe in a red dress walking as seen from behind. She had a nice hip roll. The graphics get better, but some things about the geeks doing them seems to remain the same.

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    Jay says:

    “Immigrant rights advocates were horrified Tuesday by a new report which confirmed that the Trump administration is sending some immigrant children to clandestine facilities that are not known to their families and lawyers and are not equipped to provide care to vulnerable minors.

    An investigation by Reveal on Monday showed that at least 16 young immigrants—as young as nine years old and in need of mental or behavioral health treatment—have been sent by the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) to “off-the-books” facilities outside the network of federally-funded detention centers. The administration is housing immigrant children with an even greater degree of secrecy than was previously known, in violation of U.S. law.”

    https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/03/19/black-sites-kids-rights-advocates-outraged-over-child-immigrants-being-held-books

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    JPL says:

    @Leto: I enjoy both of you commenting.

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    Brickley Paiste says:

    @chopper:

    When you wake up in the morning, do you feel like there is nothing to look forward to?

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    VeniceRiley says:

    @Leto: You know a man wrote it because you can end up stranded at the end of the universe, and you’ll still get some great pussy.

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    Aleta says:

    Steve’s ears are gorgeous.

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    Miss Bianca says:

    @VeniceRiley: Now, wait just a minute! There’s more to it than that! There’s – oh, wait. You *weren’t* talking about “Farscape”!

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    Gin & Tonic says:

    Found out that my daughter is being recruited pretty hard by a sporting goods company in Oregon. They’re flying her out (from NYC) for an interview next week. I’m not sure she’s prepared to leave NY, but she’s keeping her options open. If they offer and she accepts, and my son moves on that fellowship, then by the fall we will have kids across something like 10 time zones. Such is modern life, I guess.

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    JPL says:

    @Gin & Tonic: You need to watch Portlandia before you let her go. just sayin

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    J R in WV says:

    Lot of good comments, great variety.

    Some links of interest, some wildly crazed. If you can imagine it, someone has created a web site about it. If you can’t imagine it, that’s on here somewhere also, too.

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    Gin & Tonic says:

    @JPL: What’s this “let her go” concept? Like I have some say in the matter?

    I’ve never been to Portland. I hear it’s nice, especially for fairly high-income white people.

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    ruemara says:

    @Miss Bianca: He loves Bernie and is willing to lie for him. What other principles of goodness are there?

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    Avalune says:

    @Gin & Tonic: Our son is in Hawaii! That’s half of why I’m so tired today. He was pinging me after midnight to tell me his team made it to the WOW Mythic Dungeon Internationals, so we chatted about that for a while. :D I do miss him and it’s a pain to get to see him and the stupid o’clock in the morning conversations can be exhausting but that is how it goes in our mobile society I guess. Maybe later we’ll move closer again – when he wants free babysitting or something.

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    Jay says:

    @Gin & Tonic:

    Keep Portland Weird is the City’s unofficial ethos.

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    Leto says:

    @Avalune: That’s it! I knew my “memory” would return ❤️

    @JPL: Thank you! I do try to get her to comment more because I feel like she has really great insights on various topics but I do respect her wishes on being a professional lurker :)

    @VeniceRiley: I probably should’ve picked up on that clue.

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    JPL says:

    @Gin & Tonic: haha Well then you have places to visit.

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    Steeplejack says:

    @patrick II:

    The graphics get better, but some things about the geeks doing them seem to remain the same.

    It’s the hardware, man!

    “New Video Game Technology Finally Allows Rendering of Smaller Breasts”:

    LAS VEGAS — The buzz at this month’s Consumer Electronics Show was all about a new breakthrough in the field of high-resolution 3-D graphics that has made it possible to render average-sized breasts on female video game characters. “For too long, game designers have been creatively stymied by a mammary-imaging technology only capable of rendering one type of breast—a heaving pair of massive, gravity-defying, torpedo-shaped bosoms,” said Warren Hood, developer of the new Vex9 graphics card, which has finally enabled video game wire-frame artists to digitally sculpt breasts as small as B-cups. “At long last, we can give die-hard gamers the level of realism they’ve been looking for.”

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    eemom says:

    @rikyrah:

    In other news today, The Intercept, love child of Greenwald and his billionaire sugar daddy whatzisfuck, is the latest digital medium to succumb to the digital media downsizing death spiral. Dunno if it’s a coincidence about the Sanders tool, but it sure is some good #karmasabitch.

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    bluefoot says:

    @patrick II: Hm, it looks like my last comment got et. I was amused at how cats figure in more than one of the shorts. I’m not sure what that might say about SF geeks. :) ISo far I like “Three Robots” the best. I’m glad I’m not the only one whose misspent youth involved Heavy Metal.

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    Brickley Paiste says:

    @Steeplejack:

    Finally, maybe I can play video games now. I’ve always found those wireframe DD’s so othering.

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    Leto says:

    @Gin & Tonic: Yeah, that’s pretty much modern life. Like Avalune said, I wish our kid was closer but he’s excelling at his job and he’s happy. That’s all I, or we, can ask for, right? Best of luck to her!

    Also I can’t wait to be a grandparent: “why yes, I did give him/her/them a 5lb bag of sugar, bought them three of the noisiest toys available, and super glued their battery compartments shut. Why do you ask?” I just want him to have the same full, rich parenting experience we had :)

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    raven says:

    @Leto: Modern life for us is not having kids.

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    ThresherK says:

    @patrick II:

    I used to see the graphics anthologies when they first came out and played at the local art theater. I remember when the little desk lamp jumping around was a big deal.

    Hey, Luxo Jr! Did you have Spike and Mike’s collections in your collegey theater too?

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    patrick II says:

    @Steeplejack:

    That is funny. Not surprising, but funny.

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    patrick II says:

    @ThresherK:
    Yes. I want to Every graphics anthology I could find when I was younger.I was working in computers but lived in the IBM and DOS world at work. When the amigas came out I was Amazed.

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    Mary G says:

    @bluefoot: @patrick II: @Leto (also Avalune and aliasofwestgate, but if I link everybody I’ll end up in moderation.): Three of those Love, Death, and Robots stories were written by John Scalzi, who talks about them on his blog, Whatever. here.

    Friend (jokingly): Basically, everything you’ve ever written has been optioned for television? Except for the yogurt thing.

    Me: Actually.

    Friend: Asshole.

    Me: No, seriously.

    Friend: The yogurt thing has been optioned?

    Me: (sends image of the opening graph of the Yogurt option)

    Friend: Oh my fucking god.

    Which of course I found entirely delightful.

    He and his family currently have four cats, so he knows.

    ETA: for bluefoot, he also talks about the issue you brought up:

    There have been substantive criticisms as well, mostly about the series skewing heavily toward the male gaze, which I think is a fair assessment. It’s something for everyone involved in a series to consider for a season two, if there is a season two, which I hope there is, whether I’m involved or not (although to be clear I would be thrilled to be involved again.

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    Gemina13 says:

    Steve is one of the most majestic cats I’ve seen, and I include my late, lamented Lucky in that number. He’s the kind of cat that makes you grateful for his affection, just because you can sense he wouldn’t put up with any human he didn’t love.

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    Brickley Paiste says:

    @Mary G:

    Scalzi is a fucking genius.

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    Renie says:

    So @DevinCow went from 1200 followers to 184,000 followers today. The new @DevinNunes names are hysterical. He has created a monster on twitter.

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    trollhattan says:

    @Gin & Tonic:
    LOVE Portland. We generally looked down our noses at it from Seattle back in the day but they grew smart while Seattle, not so much. Fun, tons to do in town, tons to go see (mountains, oceans), public transportation that works better than any left coast city I can name, and a very pretty setting (Seattle and Vancouver B.C. still win but what are you gonna do?)

    Nike is huge as a huge thing; Columbia is smaller and quirkier and there are others, but I’ll guess it’s Beaverton she’s talking to.

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    trollhattan says:

    @Renie:
    Li’l Devin does not understand all internet traditions. Poor Devin.

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    Ohio Mom says:

    @trollhattan: Although I only saw bits and pieces of Warren’s town hall, everything I saw and heard resonated. She’s a keeper. If she doesn’t make it all the way, I hope she can be Treasury Secretary. We are going to need very strong appointees to get things repaired.

    On a related note, I saw an article on Beto’s platform from 2012, and a big part of it was addressing the debt by doing austerity things like raising the Social Security retirement age and means testing the program. He’s disavowed these stands but six years wasn’t that long ago. You can bet Warren had pretty much the same views six years ago as she has now.

    Anyway, what do all of you suppose is the statue of limitations on past dumb ideas and statements for political candidates? I’m all for recognizing evolution and growth. If it’s sincere.

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    trollhattan says:

    @Ohio Mom:

    Anyway, what do all of you suppose is the statue of limitations on past dumb ideas and statements for political candidates? I’m all for recognizing evolution and growth. If it’s sincere.

    Right there with you. Hillary can laugh at being a Goldwater girl because I just don’t mind what her teen self did. What somebody says as a first-term city council member should not torpedo their senate run.

    Although, it can occasionally be a reveal such as Paulie dead-eyes scheming on how to kill Medicaid (or whatever) at keggers. Some people Do Not Grow.

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    Leto says:

    @Mary G:

    (Also, let me geek out for a moment about the voice acting on my episodes! Rebecca Reidy and Dieter Jansen are fabulous in “Alternate Histories” and Josh Brenner and Gary Anthony Williams make their two of the “Three Robots” come alive — plus it tickles me to have Chris Parnell cameo in that episode. And as a lover of both The Brain from Pinky and the Brain, and of Father from Kids Next Door, the fact that Maurice LaMarche narrates “When the Yogurt Took Over” fills my brain with unfathomable squee.)

    I immediately recognized Parnell (Archer/ Rick and Morty fan), but my squee factor was off the chart when I heard LaMarche! I see that he addressed the “male gaze” part but I hope they address that in season 2.

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    Steve in the ATL says:

    @Gin & Tonic: Portland has the most strip Cline per capita in the US.

    So I’ve heard.

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    Avalune says:

    @Mary G: The convo with his bud about the yogurt is A+ @JPL: Thanks! Usually Cole has already expressed my exhaustion with politics and people already so I only come out for inane things and animals 😜

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    Steve in the ATL says:

    @Steve in the ATL: clubs, you stupid phone.

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    Formerly disgruntled in Oregon says:

    @Ohio Mom:

    He’s disavowed these stands but six years wasn’t that long ago. You can bet Warren had pretty much the same views six years ago as she has now.

    Wasn’t Warren a Reagan-supporting Republican a while back?

    That said, consistently of policy views is overrated in politicians. Their policy views need to be malleable, so they can compromise and govern, and so we can push them in the right direction.

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    Chip Daniels says:

    I see that picture, and I can imagine him as Rum Tum Tugger.

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    A Ghost To Most says:

    @Brickley Paiste: Hey, fuckface. Care to retract that lie you told about me?

    I was on a competitive rifle team for ten years. I’ve forgotten more about guns than you will ever know, asshole.

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    Gin & Tonic says:

    @Steve in the ATL: Probably won’t interest my daughter.

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    Amir Khalid says:

    @trollhattan:
    That can’t be right. Aunt May is way over the age limit for an intern.

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    Gemina13 says:

    @eemom: Really? I have to check that out. I’ve got friends who’d love to piss on Greenwald’s intellectual ashes.

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    Sphouch says:

    For some reason, I see this picture and see Samuel L. Jackson not giving a @#%!

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    Ohio Mom says:

    @Formerly disgruntled in Oregon: That’s a fair answer I can live with.

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    mr gravity says:

    THAT is a photo worthy of it’s subject.

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