Mucus Plug here. Just found this stunning document while pottering aroundabout in my inextensive archives of extensive archives. The majestic Meryl Streep and fluffy bunny bundle of fun Philip Seymour Hoffman relaxing together during the filming of the feature film that they made, Doubt, on the very day he openly suggested she open a museum to house her extensive spork collection. An historic day indeed, I'm sure you will disagree.
Mucus Plug here. I've been having more vivid dreams recently and while they all seemingly seem unrelated but then again and then not again they seem related in an unrelated sort of way, though may hap more unrelated in a related sort of thingybob doodle domp. I have swiftly and with little thought done some smashing dream grabs using my dream grabber device of some note but little consequence that that scoundrel Applehead Bilko stupidly lost to me in a stout hand or thrice of canasta during the celebrations last Tweeklemas Eve to see if anyone or anything or maybe your beloved pets can see a relationship or an unrelationship betwixt and betweenage delinquent and betty whiteteness to them because, to be both frank and candid as only a frankly candid person of my eminent sitting can be I myself see none whatsoeverandeveramen.
Mucus Plug here. So I have this recurring dream, and in this dream the majestic Rainn Wilson is a centaur galloping like a wild and untamed spirit beast boy horse across the vast plains inside an unusual toasted sandwich maker that only exists cos I say it does. A sky ghost of Leonard Nimoy and a half dalek version of Grace Kelly are taking photographs of this magnificent sight while the angel of Albert Einstein utterly fails to steal the limelight from Wilson by showing off a puppet he has made of Shirley Fenney from Laverne and Shirley. I take comfort from the fact that I am obviously not the only person having such a dream as this.
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