“It’s easy to be taken seriously if you hate everything.”

Coverage of The Optimisms Project from OpenBookToronto. Thanks to Paul V. for the interview. Submissions are coming in, but we need more. Tell your friends, folks. That email address for submissions, again, is optimismsproject@gmail.com

On an unrelated note, tomorrow I wander east to the Rogers Centre Skydome to buy two tickets for Blue Jays-White Sox, Opening Day 2010. Two awesome things to look forward to in April. And counting. Lucky boy.

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5 Comments on ““It’s easy to be taken seriously if you hate everything.””

  1. Gus Says:

    Do those two awesome April things include David Tennant and Patrick Stewart in Hamlet airing on PBS? And/or the next series of Doctor Who? And/or the 200th episode of South Park?

  2. Gus Says:

    I add a second comment to activate the follow-up comment email checkbox I missed.

  3. voxpopulism Says:

    And this is me testing said checkbox.

  4. Gus Says:

    The checkbox seems to work. So, do you find any of the awesome things from my earlier comment awesome yourself?

  5. voxpopulism Says:

    I’m not a Doctor Who fan (I don’t dislike it, just never got involved). So that leaves SP, which I’ve embraced like the long-lost brother it is, and one half of Hamlet.

    More importantly, this month also brings us Treme, which is the new show from the makers of The Wire. Which, because I strive to be an arrogant urbanite lefty jackass at all times, I must repeat the phrase “the best show in TV history” aloud whenever mentioning.

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