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By Tina Fey

Prior to Liz Lemon, earlier than "Weekend Update," earlier than "Sarah Palin" -- Tina Fey was once only a younger lady with a dream: a ordinary tension dream that she was once being chased via a neighborhood airport via her center institution fitness center instructor. She additionally had a dream that sooner or later she will be a comic on TV.

She has noticeable either those desires come true.

At final, Tina Fey's tale may be instructed. From her younger days as a vicious nerd to her journey of responsibility on Saturday evening stay; from her passionately half-hearted pursuit of actual good looks to her lifestyles as a mom consuming issues off the ground; from her one-sided university romance to her approximately deadly honeymoon -- from the start of this paragraph to this ultimate sentence.

Tina Fey finds all, and proves what we've all suspected: you're not anyone until eventually anyone calls you bossy.

(Includes precise, Never-Before-Solicited critiques on Breastfeeding, Princesses, Photoshop, the Electoral approach, and Italian Rum Cake!)

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It looks like a hardened nose. It reminds me of clay in a mould and looks like a finger gone numb. The toes look like mountains going into the distance. They look like cold baked beans. [The sole] feels like the finest sand and someone with a spade has run around and cut deep grooves n it. [The heel] feels like a boxing glove… Learning about the body 37 This teacher’s story shows us how often we miss the obvious. Among all the books and posters and computers, all the things someone has a vested interest in making us buy—among all these is a cheap, free and far more vivid resource, our own bodies.

The sole] feels like the finest sand and someone with a spade has run around and cut deep grooves n it. [The heel] feels like a boxing glove… Learning about the body 37 This teacher’s story shows us how often we miss the obvious. Among all the books and posters and computers, all the things someone has a vested interest in making us buy—among all these is a cheap, free and far more vivid resource, our own bodies. Also, one notices how the writing is not, in one sense of the word, finished. Sometimes the task of the writing is done when the notes are made.

That’s where you have to go. Now read your notes over, carefully. Add words here and there—make the colour more clear, for example, or add adjectives to the sounds and the smells to make them clearer to the reader—who is, at the moment, yourself, of course. You have got a first draft of a poem about a very strange world that you have created yourself, in your imagination. At this point, Henry asked the children if anyone would like to read their notes to the class—twice. The first time, he listened, going so far as to overact listening.

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