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YES PLEASE by Amy Poehler

So I’ve just finished reading Amy Poehler’s autobiography, “Yes Please”, and I LOVED it! I’ll admit there were some absolutely crazy parts, but overall it was funny and heartwarming (like Amy herself). 255 more words

Good Reads

Yes Please: Book #3 of 2015

If you can’t handle raunchy language, Amy’s Poehler’s book, “Yes Please”, is not for you. I listened to the audio book, which is read by Amy (and friends) and undoubtedly made this book funnier than if I’d read it myself. 582 more words

Faith

A Fond Farewell to Parks and Recreation

Unless you live under a rock, or hate comedy and joy, I’m sure you’ve heard that Parks and Recreation ended their 7 season run this week. 249 more words

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Things I learned while I wasn't looking

(A short word from the birthday girl — that would be me)

That’s not my age, but it’s close enough. :) (Photo by D)

This birthday post was supposed to be published last Thursday, but I was off doing other things, so I’m publishing it today.  1,159 more words

Lifestuff

#AskHerMore Parody Starring Heather Morris

I swear that I always intend to write a blog post that isn’t just an advertisement for a youtube video I or someone else made, but today just isn’t that day. 315 more words

Review: Parks and Recreation, Episode 7.12 “One Last Ride”

When the credits rolled on the last-ever episode of Parks and Recreation, I teared up a little, and not for the first time that evening. 1,317 more words

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Remembering Amy Poehler As Andy's Rage-Filled Little Sister From The Early Years Of 'Conan'

Before she was Leslie Knope on Parks and Recreation, before she and Tina Fey teamed up at the Weekend Update desk at SNL, before she was a psychotic talent show producer in Wet Hot American Summer, Amy Poehler had another iconic role under her belt: Stacy, Andy Richter’s little sister in the early years of Late Night With Conan O’Brien. 273 more words

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Palmer Eldritch reblogged this on blog hit sally inside and commented:

Wow, I'd all but forgotten about this, but damn, I'm happy to be reminded. These bits always killed me