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What the hell is wrong with people? Especially me.

'I work at a human petting zoo'

April 23rd, 2012

What the hell is wrong with people? Especially me.

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    "Oh yeah. You're gonna get it," he says again. More serious—like I'm about to be punished.

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    If I got drunk and pulled any of my famous stunts, the weather would kill me before anyone knew I was missing.

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    A not-so-surprising announcement and a reunion with an old work friend.

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    The first week of NFR was a rough ride, but Justice is ready to get back on the proverbial horse.

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    I learned that there’s a custom: If you try on the hat, you have to try on the cowboy.

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    When people guess my heritage, it's usual somewhere in Eastern Europe. So why fight it?

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    He meant that I was a goddess, literally, as in, not of this planet.

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    I worked on Monday for many reasons, mostly because of a bad weekend of soul-searching.

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