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In 2014, Curtis Armstrong told Nerdist he heard Cusack had signed a Better Off Dead poster. “That was huge, because he literally would not sign anything,” Armstrong said. “Somebody would hand him something and he would push it away. It was like a cross in front of a vampire.”

Peter Tracy has a webcomic called Life Loosely Based . He also made a text generator called Cat Ipsum that generates cat-related gibberish made up of phrases any cat owner can relate to.

Survive!  Forget the crushing demands of HSV’s histronic fanbase, survival will be the only goal on everyone’s mind in Germany’s second largest city. It’s that bad. Yes, survival is aspirational in Hamburg these days. Here’s why: HSV didn’t really add anyone helpful during the offseason, at least in terms of dramatically changing the club’s dynamic. Yes, Julian Pollerbeck in an upgrade at keeper, but he’s youngish, especially in terms of top flight experience, and because of his height struggles to cover ground shots on goal.  Rick van Drongelen is probably the most interesting offseason signing (Djourou’s replacement), but he’s only 18, a tough age for elite defending. While Andre Hahn and Sven Schipplock hardly upgrade the attack significantly. Oh, Michael Gregoritsch is gone, one’s the club’s top goal scores these last couple seasons; however, 3 of 5 goals were headers, so at least it’s not like HSV is really losing a quality goal scorer. However, an even bigger loss was Matthias Ostrzolek, who reliably locked down the left flank last season. His replacement appears to be either offensively-challenged Douglas dos Santos or the uninspiring Gotoku Sakai.

Michael Pollan, a contributing writer, is the Knight Professor of Journalism at the University of California, Berkeley. His most recent book is “In Defense of Food: An Eater’s Manifesto.”

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