“Half is more …” 

Among other things, Larry shares his saritorial finesse …

Source: Larry David: The Incredibly Happy Life of TV’s Favorite Grouch | GQ

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The three subversive messages of ‘Schitt’s Creek’ (opinion) 

… in our current divided, uncertain times, ‘Schitt’s Creek’ — specifically, the most recent seasons — stands out as a modern utopia, prioritizing relationships over wealth, acceptance over hatred, and leisure and social time over an obsession with work.

Source: The three subversive messages of ‘Schitt’s Creek’ (opinion) – CNN

I’d kill for a good coma right now. 

Moria Rose

“Instead of one day of presents, we have 8 crazy nights … “ 

25 years ago ~ December 3, 1994 ~ Adam Sandler performs “The Hanukkah Song” on the Weekend Update segment of Saturday Night Live, enlightening us to the fact that Harrison Ford, Paul Newman and David Lee Roth (among many others) are, in fact, Jewish. Released as a single the following year, the song reaches #10 US and becomes a seasonal favorite.

“Instead of one day of presents, we have 8 crazy nights … “

December 3, 1994 ~ 

Adam Sandler performs “The Hanukkah Song” on the Weekend Update segment of Saturday Night Live, enlightening us to the fact that Harrison Ford, Paul Newman and David Lee Roth (among many others) are, in fact, Jewish. Released as a single the following year, the song reaches #10 US and become a seasonal favorite.

Rejected applicant questions Blooming Grove board, commission selection process 

One applicant — a woman — submits a well thought out, lucid and typed application. The other submits something akin to a scribbled note on a cocktail napkin. Guess who got the job?

Mike Wolf, clerk, treasurer and administrator for the town, denied that the town is a “good old boys club.”

Source: Rejected applicant questions Blooming Grove board, commission selection process | Politics and Elections | madison.com