Evil Genius Superpower #1: Clearing a Room

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Anyone can clear a room with a loud, smelly fart or by spewing foul language or hateful thoughts. The mark of an evil genius is to do it memorably and with gusto. For instance, suppose you’re at a gym and you want to use an elliptical machine but they’re all taken. Simply ‘accidentally’ play your mp3 player out loud instead of with headphones while listening to this: Posted via Blogaway

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Cave Dweller and the Cat Doo – A True Tale

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Like many mothers, I assign my kids the chores I most hate to do. Go ahead. Admit it. You do, too. Many years ago, when Teenager was a wee little foul mouthed baby, his older brother Cave Dweller was my prime victim in the ‘nasty chore’ department. I was raised in, and firmly adhere to, the belief that a house without a cat is not a home. This is a firm commitment to belief despite the fact that cleaning the cat pan is a gawdawful nasty chore and I will find a way to pass it off whenever possible. We…

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The Day I Woke Up Rich and Famous

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One day, about oh, two or three or five years from now, I woke up, checked my blog numbers and my ebooks sales, and realized that I had gone viral overnight. I turned on the television, and there was Robin Roberts on Good Morning America talking about my book, and what a phenomenon it was. I was outselling JK Rowling and Stephen King and George RR Martin combined.

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