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A reader writes:

I don’t know how you routinely evaluate your blogging performance (hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, etc), but today has been a good day of blogging on the whole. On top of the usual interesting topics, I enjoyed today’s variety. When you woke up today, did you think you’d be posting about Nigerian Email Scams, Nate Silver getting in some guy’s grill, Stephen Baldwin, Thomas Kinkade movies, Kirk Cameron (Oh, the hathos!), and hot chicks with d-bags?  All-in-all, not a bad day’s work.  Throw in a pirate post or two, and I’d call it a day if I were you.

Not bad for a “shrieking, hysterical” pant-wetter.

You never know what you're going to be blogging about from day to day. As I got up this morning and removed my urine streaked boxers, put on my hysterical dress, and sat down to shriek, the world just opened up. All those doors to plow through; all that amniotic fluid to clean up after. Good times.

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