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*insert witticism here* [Feb. 12th, 2009|10:34 am]
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- Jon Stewart Nails O'Reilly on Right to Privacy - pwnt! That last clip is priceless.

- After watching last night's Lost episode (and really, all of Season 5 so far), this Time Travel for Dummies article was quite helpful. It was written before last night's episode, so no spoilers for that. Also, here are some Jackfaces.

- Is the world ready for an Asperger's sitcom? - article about "The Big Bang Theory" and how Sheldon demonstrates a lot of Asperger's characteristics. (although the show's writers deny that was the intention)

- 10 Take Aways From the Bush Years - living in reality is a good start. Also, Rumsfeld sure comes off as a jerk.

From: abstractseaweed
2009-02-12 11:39 pm (UTC)
Oddly enough, just today we watched an episode of "The Big Bang Theory" during lunch. I had never seen the show before, but I find Sheldon's character to seem a bit more realistic than the others.
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[User Picture]From: onefishclappin
2009-02-13 12:04 am (UTC)
Thx for the link - I sent it to my parents who introduced us to Big Bang Theory. When they first showed it to us, they explained it in terms of "That one is Dustin, that one is Lewis, that one is Matt" - all guys I knew from HS and college. I really do feel like I know some of them, and they are absolutely right about Sheldon demonstrating classic Asperger's symptoms, though I had not thought of it in those terms previously.
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