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Congratulations, Esther and Steve
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Congratulations!!! Crazy that another member of Animal Farm is married. Esther and Steve, I'm hella excited for you guys and I wish you only the best.

Pictures taken by Susie and myself, via Instagram. You can tell which ones are mine, because I don't use crappy borders and filters. Follow me @charlieum. #ShamelessPlug

The before and after.

Group shot! Too bad Justin's head covered Linda...

Going to the parking lot to get, how should I say it, upgraded? I supervised.

I'm the only one that didn't have flowers, but they're the ones that look like they're lacking. Hah!

With Linda before the after party.

Pre-party. I was there as entertainment. I was doing this dance a lot:


It's that sweet talk.


My face is the only face without lights obstructing it in both pictures. If you want to learn how to do that and more, be sure to subscribe to my youtube channel for tutorials.

Ready to go home.

Linda calls me at 9AM telling me to come out for pho. We drag ourselves there, chow down and head to Cat's place to literally lie around...

And 8 hours later, we still on the floor. We weren't hungover, or at least the majority of us, but we were so lazy. Zombies almost. No one wanted to move.

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Eyes Wide Open
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My ears had heard of you
but now my eyes have seen you.
Job 42:5

RIP William Hung
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Ok. He's not dead, but this headline made me think he was. I thought he hung himself and was devastated for a second. Effe you dislexia.

10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About ‘A Charlie Brown Christmas’
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Charles Schulz's 'Peanuts' characters have become timeless classics, thanks to their long-lasting presence in newspapers and their many animated TV specials. (“It's Arbor Day Again, Charlie Brown!”) A big part of the characters' success is thanks to the classic 'A Charlie Brown Christmas' TV special.

Since it first aired in 1965, the beloved special has practically become required viewing for families celebrating the holiday season. Its message of anti-commercialism and good will towards man mixed with Schulz’s trademark humor of caustic kids in a cynical world is a perfect remedy for the holidays that can get sappier than your aunt’s homemade egg nog.

At the time of its airing, 'A Charlie Brown Christmas' received rave reviews, record ratings and an annual presence on television and home video for decades to come. And yet 46 years later, few fans know about its rocky beginnings that were fraught with much frustration and cynicism by the network executives who commissioned it and the producers who fought so hard to preserve Schulz's humor and pathos. In celebration of the special's annual TV airing, here are some things you might not know about 'A Charlie Brown Christmas.'

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