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Being over six feet tall has a few prominent disadvantages.
  1. Bathroom sinks are too short.
    Seriously, 34" is dick height, meaning I have to bend over 90° to wash my face or rinse toothpaste out of my mouth.
  2. Airplane legroom is nil.
    Every time I see someone fold down the tray in front of them I feel a pang of jealousy. I inevitably end up paying the up charge for an exit row.
  3. Pants aren't long enough.
    You're lucky if you find a 34" inseam in-store, and longer lengths are always more expensive.
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This is a chronological history of my mobile phone use. It's not that many and most of them suck.
  1. 2005 - Samsung SCH-a650
  2. 2006/7 - Motorola V325
  3. 2008 - Nokia 6205 "The Dark Knight Edition"
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  1. 1.
    WTF with Marc Maron
    I've listened to almost every episode, skipping the people that I know are lame. Some of my favorite episodes include Todd Hanson (ep.190), Robin Williams (ep.67), RuPaul (ep.498), and Sam Simon (ep.389).
  2. 2.
    You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
    I had never heard of Pete Holmes before a drive to Moses Lake, WA for work. I immediately fell in love with his quirky humor and genuine emotion.
  3. 3.
    My Brother, My Brother, and Me
    Binge-listen. It's pretty much just guys laughing at the stupidity of Yahoo Answers users' questions.
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One week in LA. How much food can I cram into my face hole? Let's see!
  1. 1.
    In-n-Out (Inglewood)
    Straight off the plane, as you do.
  2. 2.
    Kogi Taqueria (Palms)
    Ever since watching @Bourdain tour Koreatown with Roy Choi back in '13 I knew I had to check out his trucks. Fortunately, the day before arriving in LA he opened a storefront. This is honestly my new favorite restaurant. That tofu taco/Korean short-rib burrito combo had me moaning like a pornstar. I saw @Papi hanging out outside, but didn't wanna bug him. Had to go back a couple days later because I couldn't stop thinking about it. Yum.
  3. 3.
    In-n-Out (Marina Del Rey)
    Shit was cash, as always.
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I'm in LA on a five day brother trip with @andyrschneider.
  1. Bo Burnham at The Grove
    We got some great seats at the show. Pretty much all new material, and the opener was good too. I was blown away that after raping me for $130 per ticket they had the balls to charge $12 for three hours of parking, but overall a great experience.
  2. I finally understand In 'n' Out
    So up north, everyone from California talks about In 'n' Out like it's the greatest fucking food on planet earth. When I tried it in San Francisco it was just "meh"... But this trip I've had it twice and both times it was exactly what the doctor ordered.
  3. Convertible
    Made the bomb ass decision to rent a convertible instead of the usual bullshit economy car. Great move. It's slushing in Sandpoint and I just got a slight sunburn on my forehead!
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Maybe once I've finished the entire series of The X-Files and Sons of Anarchy I'll start on one of these.
  1. 1.
    Eastbound & Down
    Everyone says it's badass and Danny McBride has never disappointed me.
  2. 2.
    Garth Marenghi's Darkplace
    Heard Ville Valo mention it a long time ago and never took the time to check it out. It's only six episodes so there's no excuse.
  3. 3.
    Silicon Valley
    I started watching this on SolarMovie, but there weren't good links past episode three. Someday I'll breakdown and buy the DVDs like I did with Party Down when there weren't enough pirated streams.
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  1. 1.
    The Leather Man
    Jimmy Fallon
  2. 2.
    Matt Foley
    Chris Farley
  3. 3.
    The Herlihy Boy
    Adam Sandler
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@BretEastonEllis has some pretty great lists.
  1. 1.
    "song kids singing magic" - I hate this goddamn song that plays at my work every day. I wanted to know who to send a death threat to.
  2. 2.
    "etsy feltgoodco"
  3. 3.
    "Ensenada Baja California"
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Without fail I will eat all of these things on every trip to Portland, whether I'm there a week or a day. I'm a creature of habit.
  1. Sushi Ichiban. Obviously.
  2. Fuller's Diner. Naturally.
  3. Sizzle Pie. Of course.
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My dreams have always been very simple.
  1. 1.
    Age 4-5: Power Ranger
  2. 2.
    Age 5-16: SNL writer or cast member
  3. 3.
    Age 16-20: Professional Tattoo Artist or Guitarist
  4. 4.
    Age 20-Present: Happy