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These are almost all good suggestions. How about some more tunesblogging? This was a great post, and more music updates like that would be cool. I point to that post rather than your older single song links because it seemed to provoke more discussion and have more to say about the songs. Other older features worth revisiting: “Things I Liked This Week and Things I Didn’t” and (again) “Movies You Have Not Seen (But Should See (Because They Are Good)).

“Also, more El Tyrano Magnifico.”
EL TYRANO MAGNIFICO MUST RETURN!

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Cuttlefish.

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The method in which you plan to overthrow the offices of DC Comics, removing any creative personnel who thing the nostalgia bandwagon is the only way to successfully drive comic sales, replacing them with teams who are filled with love and care of the project, not some ego-fueled hack.

Or more “Why I Should Write the Legion”.

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Comics people should be reading.

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Seconded on El Tyrano Magnifico. Specifically the origin story for the Lucha Lawyer. Or is that Lawyer Libre?

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Second the music post request. (More specific request- who’s your favorite female artist? I need some new stuff to sing along with.)

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Revive Improved Archie.

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A comparison of our Reform Party and the American Tea Party movement, and anything the Americans can learn from the Canadian experience with a successful fledgling grassroots movement.

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I was always curious about how you put together your post on Forty Short Reasons I Will Love Comics Forever. Did you have those panels just lying around as jpegs on your hard drive? Were you collecting them over time, as you found new and better reasons to enjoy comics? Did you wake up one day and say, “Bless me! I should make a post of forty images from my favorite comics ever!”?

(Here’s the link: http://mightygodking.com/index.php/2008/09/08/brief-pictorial-interlude-in-lieu-of-actual-content/
I would’ve attached it to the text in the paragraph above, but I hate HTML, and it hates me.)

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From what I understand, socialized medicine in Canada works and doesn’t have major issues. (Correct me if I’m wrong.)

Couldn’t the US base a health care system on that instead of trying to make our own and messing it up horribly?

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Lister Sage said on February 12th, 2010 at 1:09 am

I would like to know what you thought of the Mark Waid Strange mini that just finished this week.

Personally, I’d rather read about Steven Strange and his new apprentice, especially given that Strange can’t really do magic anymore, then whatever Doc/Bro Voodoo is up to.

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my mom was born in vancouver bc in 1948. she was adopted and brought to portland, oregon a few years later, and a few years after that gained american citizenship, simultaneously losing her canadian citizenship due to restrictions on dual citizenship at the time.

then last year we read about the new citizenship act amendment – http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/citizenship/rules.asp

as best as i can understand the FAQ over there, she retroactively regained her dual-citizenship going back to when she lost it as a kid in the 1950s, and consequently, legally she was now a canadian citizen when my brothers and i were born here in america (1978 and 1981), which now retroactively makes /us/ dual-citizens as well.

a – is this more or less accurate? are there a bunch of wierd exceptions i should look into? (obviously we need to contact the closest consulate for better info, but since you’re in law school and taking questions…)
b – if this is true, am i correct that we don’t need to apply for citizenship itself, since we already legally have it, but rather need only to apply for proof of citizenship cards? (and possibly register as dual-citizens with the american government?)
c – if i /am/ now a citizen and acquire the id card, having lived in america my whole life, what are my restrictions on, say, moving to canada?

can i just come up there with a suitcase, find a job and an apartment, start paying taxes, register to vote, get a drivers license, get health-care, and be good without a visa? does this make moving to canada, for me, akin to moving to another state down here, where i can go wherever i like as long as i update my paperwork (drivers license / voters registration / insurance etc) on the other end?

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Heksefatter said on February 12th, 2010 at 4:02 am

Oh…I would also very much like a Who’s Who on the Calculator, a silver age villain I have a soft spot for.

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I’d love to hear your take on the Tea-Baggers saying Captain America is anti-American:

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ynews/20100211/ts_ynews/ynews_ts1129

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Ever read The Goon?

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Review of Gail Simone’s novelization of an Avril Lavigne song:

http://www.werkshop.com/store/item.action?artist_id=655&cat_id=3&item_id=100074

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mutantreptile said on February 23rd, 2010 at 1:50 am

How do you feel about translated works?

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