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Showing posts 11 to 20 labeled Humor (22 total)

A Most Unfortunate Choice of Widget (February 18, 2013)

Today I was gathering links to databases of animal behavior jobs for CISAB's website when I thought to look at the Indiana state parks for postings. So I hopped on over to our trusty government website, and wah. More »

Critics of the Future (October 24, 2012)

I'm usually not one to post random cute videos, but this is just too cute. [] My sentiments exactly, Eleanor. My sentiments exactly. More »

Stories #4 (October 20, 2012)

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Random Comic (October 15, 2012)

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Stories #3 (October 6, 2012)

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Stories 2 (July 17, 2012)

A comic. Also, a cat. Hide-And-Go-Seek: You're Doin' It Wrong More »

The "All Is Forgiven" Effect (May 9, 2012)

So I just finished the season finale of Castle, and joined the collective voice of millions of other Americans saying, "Squee! Rick and Kate together at last!" I probably would have "squeed" louder if I hadn't been waiting for it for, oh, the past four years. More »

Titles Out of Context (April 28, 2012)

There's no getting around it: I am terrible at coming up with titles. Other people seem to be able to whip out a fragment of Shakespeare or some obscure poetry at will; I have to wait until I've finished the book and hand it to Sweetie, and then hash it out for hours until we come up with something tolerable. More »

Fun Things for Cynical Writers (April 23, 2012)

First, a limerick: A radical author from Boston Found reviewers would often accost him. He fussed and he railed, But eventually wailed, "Fuck it! I'll rewrite Jane Austen." Second, a link: Everyone is a (One) Star: Some of the best one-star reviews around the Interwebs: "The main character wasn't likeable at all. More »

10 Signs You Should Stop Writing Historical Novels (March 28, 2012)

1. You find yourself making jokes at the expense of President William McKinley. 2. You are irrationally offended by period dramas and movies showing actresses with smooth legs and underarms, because women did not start removing their body hair en masse until after World War I. More »