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Lean On

Did you see The Colbert Report last night? I gotta say, the end of the show, where Stephen was joined by Brian Eno (!) and Michael Stipe (!!) to sing Bill Withers’ “Lean on Me,” was more moving than I expected it to be.

Colbert’s great.

Brian Eno is killer.

And I love Michael Stipe.

(I’d have included the video here but it’s not uploaded yet. Sorry.)

The end.

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Somebody Pinch Me!

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Old but still brilliant.

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What A Way To Go

For some reason I was thinking about last meals provided to death row inmates today and wondered what were the rules for their requests. I figured if I was ever on death row I’d just request a dish with ingredients that needed to be shipped from overseas, just to buy myself more time. Not the case, apparently.

A lazy Google search led me to this article which explained that inmates can request anything but without the guarantee of receiving exactly what they ordered. They’ll typically provide whatever the kitchen of the prison can cook up.

That article led me to this list of Final Meal Requests from the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. It’s very interesting seeing what some of the guys ordered.

Cheeseburgers and fries were a popular choice. So were steaks and fried chicken. How about a bag of assorted Jolly Ranchers? Justice, Equality and World Peace? I’ll admit, the chocolate birthday cake with candles and (seemingly) random date written on it was a bit on the odd side. There was even a request to provide the last meal to a homeless person.

All this (kinda morbid) talk got me thinking: what would you have as a last meal if you could request absolutely anything?

I think I have to put more thought into my answer, but a great cheeseburger and fries doesn’t sound too bad. A good gyro would make my mouth water as well. A last meal would also justify having anything from ThisIsWhyYoureHuge.com

How about you? Not that you’re going anywhere. I’m just asking…

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Here’s an interesting article that claims people who illegally download music end up buying more music than those who are… ahem… not as pirate-like.

HT: BoingBoing

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