- When you don't actually have public transportation to take, you get out of practice at maintaining your balance on a moving train, even though you still think that you should be able to do it.
- In spite of your optimistic plans, you are not likely to get much written on your NaNo when you have people to talk to that you haven't seen in years. At least one of the things we talked about extensively was NaNo, so there was a kind of progress there.
- If you wear a TARDIS scarf around Boston, you will get comments on it. The ticket guy at the JFK archives wished me a happy 50th anniversary of the Doctor this weekend, and some guy on the street downtown asked me if it was bigger on the inside. (Answer: yes, of course it is! I mean, it's a scarf, and you can't really open it up without damaging it, so you can't prove that it's not.) This hasn't happened in the Kansas City metro area yet. I'm just saying.
- Half the advertisements on the T are for incredibly specific medical studies, like right-handed people 18-25 who will fill out a survey about their childhood memories.
- There are at least three superb Thor vids to Lonely Island songs: (Loki is) Like a Boss, Threw it on the Ground, and I Just Had Sex. These made us and everyone we showed them to very happy.
- Southwest Airlines sometimes employs child labor to hand out in-flight snacks. To be fair, the child labor seemed pretty excited about it.
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