The things people do

I was just rummaging around, reading other blogs, which is good for getting my mind off the nuttiness of packing and calling the utility companies and running out of bubble-wrap and bugging Kim every ten seconds with some lame new thing to worry about. Here's what I found:

I'd never heard of Mr. Heavyfoot before, had you? It's a bit that Kids in the Hall made up and they're very popular (somewhere) but, of course, if you're as culturally illiterate as I am, there's no way you'd have the faintest clue who they are.

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