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TV producer Chuck Lorre uses the two second “vanity cards” displayed at the end of shows he produces to publish short essays on whatever he feels like. You can only read the essays if you pause the shows on your DVR. One recent card discussed the then upcoming WSJ article about Lorre’s essay. If that doesn’t make his essays a blog in an unusual format, what would?

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  1. I started noticing only a couple of months ago that these cards weren’t just copyright info and I saw this one at the end of Two and a Half Men on Monday night. I love that he can do that, with the idea that it passes most people by. I felt that I was part of a special group of people that knew this secret but with this article, I guess the secret’s out!

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