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"Nick Offerman was featured on a This Old House segment where they toured his large woodworking business. I think he'll do just fine. I'd have to research Amy Poehler's background to add anything about her, though."
"More stupid "reality" television which exploits peoples' desire to be "famous" - whatever that means - at the expense of being made to look ridiculous at the hands of people who have no f****** idea whatsoever about what it…"
"As someone famous said, "in the future, everyone will be famous for 15 minutes". Craftspeople, enjoy your 15. Not the first reality show to attack this theme. But the show really isn't about craft; it's about entertainment. As…"
"I just finished listening to Nick Offerman's "Paddle Your Own Canoe". He has a deep reverence for well made things and I am very optimistic about this. I may even start watching tv again to see it..."