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Check out the neat-o suggestions Jeff has posted for the drinking game. I agree, it's time for an update. Maybe I'll add some war-related items, like take a shot every time somebody posts a picture of Martin Sheen covered in duct tape or something?

Hey, all you homeschoolers

Universal 3 Tree Productions is now live and on the Web. 3 Tree specializes in Catholic books and videos/DVDs for young learners. Their first book, Zak and the 3 Tree, is designed to help youngsters learn the Ten Commandments.

New blog

The folks over at Project Rachel have a blog now.

Speaking of interrupted sleep...

Keep it down, Paulie.

Participation Positives

  • We called the police on our neighbors because they decided to have a loud party at three in the morning!
  • The police actually showed up!
  • Sunday night was quiet and their curtains were drawn for the first time in seven months!
  • Let's hope they tow the line, otherwise Malc's constant practice of "Working Man" on his guitar will be for naught unless Alex Lifeson gets a hand cramp before the next big tour!



Some friends of ours bought an old VW bus, like the kind shown here. Would love to have one myself; my folks once had an old, beige '69 box with a pop-top. Took it to Alaska and back. Wonder why VW hasn't tried making more for retro's sake. They certainly aren't any uglier than some of the newer models I see on the road.

My sister called from work and told me she had to get off the phone because somebody just unloaded a package full of dope on her desk (she's in law enforcement). How often you hear that?

No "pub" intended

Reading this page of Normisms has inspired me to break out in song:

Do, a beer, a female beer,

Re, a guy who buys me beer,

Mi, the one I buy beer for,

Fa, a long way to the bar,

So, I think I'll have a beer,

La, la la-la la la laaaaaah,

Ti, no thanks I'm drinking beer,

and it brings us back to Do!

Repeat until you pass out.

I can't take credit for the above song. I found it on another website years ago, and for the life of me I can't remember who wrote it.

War's reading list

Some authors get left behind as war books are rushed to print. Just as I was trying to gain some momentum with my first book, 9/11 happened. Now this. I'm reminded somewhat of the hissyfit Jackie Susann supposedly pitched when JFK was assassinated just before her book tour.

<sarcasm>The nerve of him.</sarcasm>

Inspired... a recent post at Gospel Minefield about a local malls impending visit from the "Spring Rabbit," I'm taking suggestions for new names for old icons.

Solstice Bunny, the Bicuspid Fairy, Father Swiss Digital Time, Nature Womyn (because she has the right to choose whether or not she wants to be a Mother)

MTV is wary of videos about war. Videos with lots of nekkid broads and anti-Christian sentiment are still on go, however.

Who? That!

Who vs. Which and That. Read it. Memorize it. Be it. Probably the most common grammar errors I find on works I edit involve these three words. Please save your editor the trouble. She'll be most happy.

Mindless blather

I don't know how the conversation last night got around to obscure fast food restaurants and mascots. Actually, I do. We were at our regular Monday night hangout. The war had been postponed on television so that the staff at Cogan's Pizza could give us the Miss USA pageant (they were getting tired of CNN), and Malc and I were talking about the latest news. I think I had mentioned how during the Gulf War I was working at McD's. When the soldiers started coming home, one came by and said the first thing he wanted after coming home was a chocolate shake from McD's. He got his whole lunch free. Wish we could've done more.

So then we get to talking about what we would want if we had been away for so long (I'm still deciding). Next thing I know we've shifted into reverse (read: nostalgia), and every sentence spoken began with "Hey, remember..."
We wondered whatever happened to Burger Chef, Mister Donut, Sambo's, Jack in the Box, Bonanza Steakhouse, and other places we frequented with our parents as children. True, the food wasn't always great, so there's a clue right there. Other places, I have since learned, were either sucked up by other chains or simply thrived in other regions. Makes me wonder if in thirty years our children are going to remember eating at McD's and wonder why there aren't any around anymore.

Things you won't find at Cracker Barrel

Introducing the Michael Jackson/dangling baby figurine. To think some lump of clay gave its life...

Murder on the World Wide Web

Murder Express has set up a nice author's page for me. If you're into mystery books, you should bookmark this site.

If you're a fan you'll get the joke

How many Beatles does it take to screw in a lightbulb?


John to write a song about living in darkness.

George to complain about how his lightbulbs are never considered.

Paul to insist that he contributed 50% to the lightbulb change.

Ringo to actually change the lightbulb.

Participation Positives

Spring is here! I wore shorts yesterday. Outside!

Just a few notes

  • God bless Peter O'Toole.
  • Confidential to Adrian Brody: Halle wants her tongue back.
  • I had Barbra on mute. Would loved to have seen Eminem take the statue from her. She should be thankful Kid Rock wasn't up for it this time.
  • What was Sean Connery wearing?
  • We should never presume to know what a dead Mexican artist thinks of the war. Unless, of course, John Edwards is channeling her...
  • Note to Michael Moore: What is fictitious duct tape? Are you trying to disprove its existence? Red Green would not be pleased.
  • They left Maurice Gibb off the memorial montage. Yeah, so being in the Sgt. Pepper movie might not warrant a mention, but he did help compose one of the biggest selling soundtracks in movie history. That has to account for something.
  • Didn't Rita Moreno look fabulous?
  • Insert your own Roman Polanski joke here.
  • Two words, ladies: eat something.

We had run out of Kahlua

So while at the liquor store we noticed that if you want French vodka you have to ask for it at the counter. Interesting. Who would want to buy French vodka even if we weren't boycotting them?

Warm Fuzzies

Timeless Tales gives Drumwall a four-star review!

Books For Soldiers

Books for Soldiers. Got a book to spare? Consider sending it to the troops. I'm reminded of that MASH episode where the entire camp fights over a mystery novel to read. Don't think that's happening right now, but it would be nice if a few soldiers fought over one of my books.

Here's the Leaps of Faith review from Scribes World. Five stars, their highest rating!

Friday Five

Hey, some interesting questions!

1. If you had the chance to meet someone you've never met, from the past or present, who would it be? I've always thought this was a trick question, because you'll say something and ultimately somebody else will say, "I'd like to meet Jesus," and then you wish you had said that first. So, aside from Jesus, I'm going to say Dick Francis, St. Edith Stein, Mother Teresa, and Dorothy Parker, not necessarily in that order.

2. If you had to live in a different century, past or future, which would it be? The Regency period of England has always fascinated me, though assuming I'd still be Catholic I can't say how much fun it would have been for me.

3. If you had to move anywhere else on Earth, where would it be? It's a tie between Charleston, SC and Daytona Beach, FL. I can visit other places.

4. If you could be a fictional character, who would it be? Princess Leia, duh!

5. If you had to live with having someone else's face as your own for the rest of your life, whose would it be? Maureen O'Hara in The Quiet Man. I've always wanted to be redhead.

I won't be watching this year

It won't be much fun watching the Oscars this year if Malc is going to either hit mute or flip back to OLN every time a Hollywood Halfwit flounces onstage. Besides, Gollum got screwed, so why bother? I'll wait for next year and Return of the King to see if the Academy returns to its senses.

So this weekend I'll be amusing myself in other ways. I could spend the hours browsing through the TV Tickets Gallery or a 1971 Sears Catalog. What fun.

Shoot, and I just went off dairy for Lent

Credit Tim Drake for finding this link: Star Spangled Ice Cream, the Ben and Jerry's alternative. I really have to wonder what an ice cream called "Iraqi Road" tastes like. More flavors are on the way, shall we suggest a few names?

Advanced Praise

In SAINTS PRESERVE US, Kathryn Lively has written a clever tale with three-dimensional characters, sparkling dialogue, and a nice sense of the absurd. This is an author clearly at the top of her game. I'm looking forward to more Ash Lake mysteries. - Brian Rouff, author DICE ANGEL

If you haven't read Brian's novel, do. It's a hoot.

Dylan hasn't updated all week. You still here, buddy?

Scenes from the class struggle in LA

Direct linking of pictures is a no-no, so I'll just refer you to small gallery of photos of a new billboard. This is supposedly near where the Oscars will be held, but who knows if we'll see it on TV.

Music...makes the people come together...

Project Gutenberg now archives music. Adopt a Beethoven quartet today!

What I learned today

Dick Smothers is a devout Christian who's not too happy about his son's dream: to be the Orson Welles of pr0n.

I'm guessing, then, that this title has not yet been claimed. Is there a Lawrence Olivier of pr0n? Katherine Hepburn? Woody Allen?

Killing two birds with one air conditioner

We have a window unit in the bedroom, and in recent days a pigeon has taken up residence near the window. We're not sure if it's managed to squeeze inside the box, all we know is that the bird is very loud, especially at dawn's early light. It appears to have become immune to Malc banging against the window, and right now we're trying to think of alternatives which do not involve gunfire. I was thinking of buying one of those fake owls to put on the A/C unit, but I'm afraid it would get knocked down in a stiff wind. I don't want to kill the bird, just evict it.

Note to the animal rights activists: Before you start berating me about how that pigeon has a right to live where it wants, let me remind you that the A/C unit is my property, and I have the receipt to prove it. I also hold the lease on the apartment, and by "apartment" we also maintain responsibility for all the ledges on the outside of the building. Unless this bird is willing to pay me rent, forget it.

Kopp Guilty

Abortion doctor murderer is found guilty. This event partly inspired Little Flowers, and if you've read my book you know it's something I do not endorse. Violence only causes more violence, and nowhere else can this be clearly seen than in the abortion clinics. Killing a doctor won't end abortion, it will only make people like Dr. Slepian martyrs for the cause.

Busy, busy, busy

I try not to be superstitious, but I've just hit the thirteenth chapter of the novel I'm currently editing for Whiskey Creek Press, and it appears to need more than a bit of polishing. The good news is that after this, there are only six chapters left to edit, though they are long chapters. It will be cutting into my blogging time.

In the meantime, my review queue is once again a healthy pile of megabytes and paper. If you're an author, don't be getting any ideas. Give me until mid-April when I hope to have all of these read:

  • The Bitterest Pill by Howard Robinson
  • Moving into History by John Vore
  • Wasted by Jimmy Mack
  • Wicked Stop, Georgia by Zane Smith

There are others, which I don't have here. Time me.

Attention Floridians

A bill against Internet harassment is finally on the table. Bill HB 479, sponsored by Rep. John Stargel, R-Lakeland, would create the crime of "cyberstalking" in Florida - the threatening or harassing of someone over the Internet, by instant-messaging system or e-mail. The bill is in the House Judiciary Committee now. Please consider sending Stargel a note of support.

Mark of the Beast Alert

Barcodes in hospitals! Run for your lives!

*&%$#ing Blogger

Blogging will be light today if this blasted tool keeps eating my posts! This is all Google's fault, I just know it. there anybody in there?

Just nod if you can hear me.

Blogger ate the grandiose post that was supposed to be here. I don't feel like retyping it, so here's the gist: Saw The Emperor's Club, loved it; Dad comes home Tuesday; still raining, bleah; yeah, the RNR HoF is probably a joke, but I loved the Police reunion, for me it was always Stewart.


Rage Against the Cow

Gee, nobody ever offered me an all-expense paid trip to Plano, Texas in exchange for plugging a soft drink on my blog. To think all this time I've been plugging people and products for free.

Why isn't there camp for adults?

Malc's spring break has officially started, and it's going to rain all next week. This means he'll probably be spending the entire week at home trying to master the AC/DC fake book we got from Mars before they closed, and he'll be calling me at work every five minutes to ask what I'm doing.

Yes, I foresee much overtime in my future.

Read an eBook Week

Okay, I think I've given you enough free rides. Today's links are for some of the better eBook publishers out there, IMHO. Romances of various sub-genres are the main draw, but there is some really good stuff to be had. Some publishers also offer print editions of their books.

Find a rare book - somebody turned me on to this site, a directory of used book sales like library clearances and such. Happy hunting.

Fight the Power

You want another reason to boycott, I got one: they're going to charge fees for small publishers now. This move is especially going to hurt the publishers carrying my books, since Amazon already takes a big chunk of sales from such books as it is.

Anyway, when Saints is released it's going to be cheaper to buy directly from the publisher anyway, plus I'll have a link where you can order the book directly from me, signed. I had planned to sell signed copies via the ZShop function, but I might just do it via eBay instead. More later.

...but I know I'll be a law somebody, at least I hope and pray that I will..

Senate backs partial-birth abortion ban, which Bush is "eager to sign into law."

Well, we know the Pope is...

We watched Queen of the Damned the other night. Terrible movie, though Malc liked the soundtrack; I think I have a new celebrity crush in Stuart Townsend, though. I actually thought he made a better Lestat than Tom Cruise.

I read the Vampire Chronicles in college, and I could have sworn that in this book Lestat and Jesse never met until the end. I'd read the book again if I had the time, so I decided instead to do some Internet search. While at Anne Rice's official site I noticed a poll where Mrs. Rice would like to know if her readers consider her a "Catholic writer."

An interesting question. Indeed, you will find many elements of Catholicism in her work, and Anne was raised Catholic. In the book You'll Never Eat Lunch in This Town Again, Julia Phillips recounts a meeting with Anne while both were trying to get Interview With the Vampire filmed. According to Phillips, Anne told her she didn't believe in God. Of course, the conversation took place about twenty years ago; on her website Anne reveals that she had since returned to the Church. Her site doesn't appear to have been updated, however, because according to the site it mentions she lives with her husband Stan, who passed away a while ago.

So the question remains, is Anne Rice a Catholic writer? It's safe to say she is a Catholic who writes, but can her books be considered Catholic? I have to admit I've not read a Rice novel since Memnoch the Devil, which was not my favorite of the Vampire books. I couldn't get into the Mayfair series, either.

So the question remains, should we be able to lump Anne in with GK and Flannery and the like? I'd love to hear some thoughts on the subject; I'll post a few of my own soon.

Read an eBook Week

Today's link: Fictionwise is arguably the of eBooks, offering a vast selection of classic titles and new mystery, romance, and science fiction. Check out their free section as well.

[BLANK] Surrenders

Reading Victor's post about French censorship has inspired me. BTW, I got my copy of Radio Victor and loved it, especially the Kobe-san song. Best five bucks you'll ever spend outside of an FIE eBook, trust me.

Anyway, in keeping with the recent Congressional grumblings, I hereby submit the following for possible banning until this situation is resolved:

  • French's Mustard
  • Victor French
  • Frenchie from Grease
  • the singing French candle from Beauty and the Beast (but not Jerry Orbach)
  • French braids
  • Croissants and Burger King Croissan'wiches
  • The French Connection I and II

What am I missing?

Dad Update II

He's out of surgery now; Mom called to say it went well. Turned out to be a quadruple bypass.

Dad Update

Thanks to everyone to wrote privately to extend their good wishes, and to those who have left comments. Dad went in at seven this morning, and it looks like it will be a double bypass. It happened like this: Dad was going in for rotator cuff surgery, and his surgeon wanted Dad's practitioner to give him a stress test first. Dad failed the test, and his doctor reminded him of his irregular heartbeat (he's had that for years, apparently). So they do more tests and find the blockage, and now the rotator cuff surgery has been put off until who knows when. Kinda reminds me of an episode of some medical show I watched once where somebody goes in for one thing and ends up getting treated for something else. Anyway, he'll be in intensive care for 24 hours after surgery and if all goes well he'll be home in a week.

Deployed, Unemployed

Caught up with a few former CIMians (that's what we called ourselves at Cox Interactive Media before they dot-bombed). Many are still unemployed as of last October, so St. Joseph is going to be very busy helping these people find jobs. Also learned the husband of a former co-worker is about to be deployed. He is a supply officer, so I'm not sure what the level of danger is on his end, but please remember Michael Baumann in your prayers all the same.

Read an eBook Week

Today's link: Blackmask Online adds new free classics daily, many for Palm devices.

Get Funky

You might or might not know that I have a website for the comic strip Funky Winkerbean. It has received the seal of approval from Tom Batiuk, though I sorely need to update it. Anyway, a reader sent this notice for those of you in the RI area:

Funky Winkerbean's Homecoming is going to be performed in Woonsocket March 22 and 23. The play will benefit the Amy N. Jarret Scholarship Fund at Mount St. Charles Academy in Woonsocket. Jarret, 28, was killed on Sept. 11, 2001 when the United Airlines flight she was on slammed into the World Trade Center.

The schalorship fund gives a deserving Mount St.Charles Academy student who needs financial help in
his/her college tuition. Funky Winkerbean's Homecoming will be held at the Stadium Theatre in Woonsocket. Showtimes: March 22 at 8 p.m. and March 23 at 3 p.m. Tickets cost $10!

The item was printed in the Woonsocket Call, which carries the strip. I've never seen the play, but I understand schools have been performing it for years.

Thank you

Thanks for the prayers. I've not heard anything yet from home; last I heard they were at the hospital as of last night. My parents are the kind of people who never let you know of anything catastrophic until five minutes before it happens. Supposedly it's because they don't want to worry us. I think they need to come up with a new plan.

Read an eBook Week

Today's link: is offering a selection of free books to celebrate the week.

Prayer Request

My father has to have bypass surgery ASAP. Please pray for his recovery.

Molly Muses

...about the first concert she attended. Mine: Hall and Oates, the Big Bam Boom tour of '83-'84. General Public opened, remember them? My father's first show: Little Richard, at a private party about a hundred years ago.

Read an eBook Week

I forgot to mention that at FrancisIsidore I have specially formatted two Chesterton mysteries for those of you with handheld devices. Just look in the catalog for the download links. More free eBook links later.

Comic Bloggin'

The Norm is now getting into the act.

Participation Positives

  • Beautiful weekend; finally got back on the bike and didn't kill myself
  • Pretty much sticking to the Lenten fast thus far
  • Didn't win the EPPIE, but it's an honor just to be nom...oh, who the hell am I kidding?

They has our precious, and we wants it, part two

Alas, I did not take home the EPPIE this year. Tim Drake's book didn't, either, so I guess that makes me the Susan Lucci of the EPPIEs. Well, at least until next year.

Sad, it would have been fitting to win since today is the first day of Read an eBook Week! To help celebrate, here are a number of offers I have found on the Internet:

Betty LaPierre is giving away one free novel to anybody who sends her a note this week through the 15th.

Amber Quill Press is giving away one free eBook of the winner's choice each day during Read an eBook Week.

Today through the 15th only, send me an e-mail and I will send you a copy of Little Flowers at no cost. Choose from HTML, Microsoft Reader, Palm OS, Hiebook, or Acrobat formats. Murder Most Trivial remains free at my website in four formats.

Check back tomorrow for a longer list of places where you can find free eBooks.

Adopt a Soldier Update

I'm going to send a care package via Operation Military Pride. I thought it would be a good idea to include well wishes from the St. Bloggers (and anybody else who want to help) by collecting their support and prayers in a booklet to send. If you would like to send something (short note, prayer, poem, whatever), send it to me privately.

Charlie to Barbra and Sean: *&%$!

Charlie Daniels's open letter to Hollywood. FWIW, I've been to Baxley, Georgia. He's right.

We hear so much about people sniping bullets at abortion practitioners; I don't agree with that tactic at all. Pro-life means all life, and violence is not the answer to the question of how to end abortion. Unfortunately, some pro-choicers aren't pacifists, either: Pro-Choice Violence, link via The SICLE Cell, who blogs today about how somebody vandalized her pro-life license plate.

Lenten Friday

Yahoo's Vegetarian Recipe Directory, for all your Lenten meal planning needs.

I also recommend my favorite vegetarian cookbook, The Grit Cookbook. If you're ever in Athens, Georgia, you have to eat here, even if you aren't vegetarian. The tables and chairs are mismatched, the paint peels, but the food is justsodamngood. If you're lucky you might see Michael Stipe eating dinner there (I did twice).

Get with the scene

Happy thoughts. I submitted an author essay to Mystery Scene magazine. They're adding my link to their site, let's hope they're equally kind with the essay.


A very happy, belated birthday to Mr. Dean Stockwell, one of the great character actors. I was (am) a huge Quantum Leap fan; when the show was canned I actually wrote the network to protest. I had never done that before, and haven't since. Rumor had it among the fandom that the head of the network didn't like the show, but apparently he was fond of the rest of cr*p we were forced to watch.

There have also been rumors of a theatrical Quantum Leap film, but that's more likely wishful thinking among the die hard fans. If such a project got the greenlight, I doubt Bakula and Stockwell would be cast anyway. If you want to see Stockwell on film, go rent Compulsion and Married to the Mob.

Hugs to Kuwait: Adopt a Soldier. I heard about this on the radio today. Sounds like it would be a nice thing for the parish to do.

Five and counting

The Top 50 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Books of the last half-century, via the Science Fiction Book Club.

Lenten quote of the day

Father Mulcahy: Klinger, I thought you were an atheist.

Klinger: I gave it up for Lent.

Can't remember which episode this was, though.

Are you seeing this, Oprah?

Little Flowers is the March, 2003 selection of the Book Club!

Pass the McNuggets, it's gonna be a long Lent

Mark Shea is taking a Lenten breather. If it seems I'm doing the same, it's because I have two books to edit for other publishers this month, and both are keeping me busy. Granted, I'll be on daily, if only just to blog something nonsensical like the fact that CNN reported today that Claritin and Monistat are two of the most shoplifted items. I wouldn't have picked either. I just thought of a really dirty joke about it but I won't share. Too close to Lent.

Amy's Lenten book list is online now, too!

It's what we call exaggeration

Regardless of what the pastel back covers of the mass market paperbacks say, everybody does not read Danielle Steel. My parents do not, and neither do my in-laws, my siblings, or my husband and his cycling buddies. I would caution to guess that these guys do not read her stuff, either.

It is, however, a good marketing strategy to imply that everybody reads your books. I've been taking a different approach to promoting Saints Preserve Us than I did Little Flowers, the approach being that I'm actually going to do something. Anybody who tells you that authors are not supposed to promote their own works is talking bull. Thus far my current publisher is running laps around my previous one, but I can't afford to sit back and wait for things to happen. I don't have the marketing budget Danielle Steel has, but that doesn't mean I can't apply some of the same strategies. Stay tuned.

It's times like these you wish The Chipmunks hadn't gone away

Malc questions the logic of running commercials for those Kidz Bop CDs during Cartoon Network's Adult Swim. Children aren't supposed to be up at eleven watching Futurama, so they aren't going to see these commercials and badger their parents to buy these CDs. I'm watching these commercials and wondering if I should feel comfortable hearing little children sing lyrics like, "My friend the Communist..." Do kids that age know what Communism is? Well, maybe the homeschooled ones do.

I've never listened to one of these albums in their entirety - are the lyrics cleaned up for these things? I had a look at their website and noticed "Livin' La Vida Loca" is on the first album. That's not the kind of song I would let my child sing in his room, much less on a CD.

This whole enterprise reminds me of a band somewhat popular during the 80s called Mini*Pops. Basically the group cut records featuring current big hits as sung by children. Only the Mini*Pops went a step further - the children were dressed to resemble the singers. Check out this album with the girl dressed as Boy George. The things we make our children do.

The moratorium on Madonna jokes has been officially lifted

Madonna to write children's books, according to Yahoo News.

Fire at will.

Only some random number days until Genny goes to college.

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20th Century Pope: JPII
Aqua Teen: Frylock
Barbie: Harley
Beatle Album: Magical Mystery Tour
Beatle Era: Hamburg
Beatle Film Character: Paul's Grandfather
Beatle Kid: Dhani Harrison
Beatle Song: "Yellow Submarine"
Brady Bunch: Greg
Brideshead Revisited: Lady Cordelia Flyte
British: 32.5%
Boy Band: Beatles
Canadian: 33%
Cartoon Dog: Snoopy
Catholic order: St. John Bosco
Cheers: Norm!
Christmas Carol: Silent Night
Cocktail: Bloody Mary
Dante's Inferno: Purgatory
David Bowie: late 60s/early 70s
Decade: the 60s
Disney Princess: Belle
Drew Carey Career: Human Resources
Edward Gorey: Gashleycrumb
Elvis: 50s
Evil: 18%
Foreign Language: Italian
Founding Father: John Adams
Ian McKellan: Just Ian
Inner Sexy Cartoon Chick: Wilma Flintstone
Internet Addict: 45%
Iron Chef: Chairman Kaga
Jane Austen: Elinor Dashwood
Jedi: Knight
John Cusack: John Kelso
Journal Rating: PG-13
Led Zeppelin song: Whole Lotta Love
LifeSaver: lemon
Lone Gunmen: Byers
LoTR: Legolas
M&M: blue
Madonna: Soul
M*A*S*H: Hawkeye
Monkees: Micky
Movie for Me: Forrest Gump
Muppet: Fozzie
Music god: Sting
Narnia: The Magician's Nephew
Old Movie: Citizen Kane
Parrothead: True
Peanuts: Linus
Retro Girl: Seductive Pin-Up
Rugrats: Angelica
Simpsons: Disco Stu
Star Trek: Spock
Star Trek race: Human
Store to Loot: Mega Grocer
Three's Company: Janet
Tolkien Beliefs: Conservative
Ugly Prom Dress: 80s
US City: Atlanta
VW Beetle: Black
Whose Line?: Colin Mochrie
Wife of Henry VIII: Anne of Cleves
Willy Wonka: Veruca
Wodehouse: Bertie Wooster
Wrestler: Stone Cold
Writer: Mystery

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