The Auditioning

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At least four dead people later … James Arthur Ray is back on CNN.

And he’s :: like … all sorry and stuff. How else is one to interpret the dye and highlight job?

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It’s the greatest pain I can imagine, is to really care about helping people — and end up seeing them getting hurt.

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Jessie Conners is My Rich Dad

Rich Dad Poor Dad is {I’m guessing} a book about having a rich dad :: it really makes life a lot easier … so do try to have one. There might also be some stuff in there about getting rich on real estate :: but that’s obviously all bollocks … stick with having a rich dad.

If you don’t have a rich dad :: then don’t put shit on your credit cards …

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The Secret Hitler

Sometimes I’ve tried to be fucking funny about how The Secret has ruined :: and ended … people’s lives. Mike Filsaime and Andy Jenkins think I’m the comedy bomb … but I’m not sure I can compete with these girls.

You can’t fucking compete with AmericanGirls :: that’s the lesson of recent events … U – S – A … U –

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Hearts on Fire

James Arthur Ray :: the play … okay?

Tickets are $15,000 :: no refunds … or complaining.

Okay maybe not :: tickets are some other price that won’t tend to make random people on the interwebz exclaim … “you deserve to die!”

But getting to Scotland isn’t easy :: unless you’re Mary Poppins … or god. Fortunately I am :: god that is …

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Chris Brogan in Scamworld

Chris Brogan isn’t fond of bragging :: it’s just that bragging is what he does for a “career” so it’s become a bit of a habit … you know?

Chris wrote a post about The Verge’s Scamworld article :: from his home well inside Scamworld … because that’s how we fucking roll in Scamworld. Self-awareness is an impediment to crime-based-pseudo-success :: never forget that … but remember not to remember that you’re remembering it …

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