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just a classic case, a scenario

On my desk, I have a typed fourth draft of the original Star Wars script. It's dated March 15, 1976 and has both the new title (Star Wars) and the old one (The Adventures of Luke Skywalker as taken from the "Journal of the Whills") on it. Kinda cool. Now, I just have to decide what to DO with it.

I haven't seen hardly anyone talking about Britney and her mandatory drug testing. What's the deal? Are we finally tired of Brit-drama?

Let's talk about "Gossip Girl." What did you think? It followed the plot of the first part of the first book pretty closely, which was cool. I'm interested to see if the photo-thing makes it on-screen or not. (That was that book, wasn't it??) Also, nice use of both "What Goes Around" and "The Way I Are."

Y'all, I cannot stand it when someone posts a link and doesn't say what it is. I'm not clicking unless I know what it is! At least give me context. PLEASE.

A few months ago, I bought this book about doodling, but I never did anything with it. Last night I opened it up to a random page to play. It was a line drawing of a girl holding an umbrella, that took up about a third of the page. The other two-thirds was blank. The instructions said "make it rain." OMG, so fun! I colored her shirt and her umbrella. I drew big black clouds and fat blue raindrops. It sounds lame, I know, but I never, ever do anything creative. It was fun and I felt really charged up when I was done. I want to do another!

Jared and the lion cub STILL make me happy.
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