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MOUTHPIECE - April 12, 2016

Good Afternoon,


As I write this I find myself suffering from a bit of sneezing fit. I wish I knew what was causing me to sdfjaio sneeze this severely, but I sudfh really don't have a clue.

Maybe somebody in the office has a oegiarh cat? Maybe I just have a bit of a asfhasjigh head cold? Maybe I'm allergic to TZ's awful cologne? asfhjdkgh

At any rate, I'm going to continue to sneeze and mash my keyboard. I asfbhgfag hope you enjoy today's Mouthpiece while I go and get myself asdfgwerg some tissues.

Mouthing Off,
Carl


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[m] q u o t e s . o f . t h e . d a y

"A synonym is a word you use when you can't spell the word you first thought of."
--Burt Bacharach

"One must have a good memory to be able to keep the promises one makes."
--Friedrich Nietzsche

"Age is not a particularly interesting subject. Anyone can get old. All you have to do is live long enough."
--Groucho Marx


[m] What's On the Web?

Great Album/Terrible Song

From Spectrum Culture: Just imagine a perfect album... without these songs.

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Ranking TV And Film's Best Bartenders

From uproxx: In films and on television, these characters have served to offer advice, friendship, or just a simple place to go and relax, usually as supporting players to the main characters (though there are exceptions to that rule). From the mountains of Nepal, to a luxury cruise ship, and even an abandoned resort hotel in Colorado, some of pop culture's most beloved characters have stood behind a bar serving drinks. In honor of National Beer Day, here's a look at our favorites.

Visit: Ranking TV And Film's Best Bartenders


[m] b i t s . n . b o b s

*-- Who Would You Like to Play? --*

A director is screen testing Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger for a new film about classic composers. Not having figured out who to give which part to, he asks Sly who he would like to be.

Stallone says, "I like Mozart. I want to be Mozart."

So the Director says, "Very well, you can be Mozart" Then he turns to Arnie and says, "Arnie, who would you like to play?"

And Arnie says, "Ah'll be Bach!"

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