06 May '11, 11pm

Check this HIMYM shout out from the folks at NRDC!

When your friends create a hit sitcom, you learn very quickly to be careful how much detail about your life you share with them – let slip something embarrassing and it’s likely to end up on TV. Awkward first date? Into the script. Unusual personal hang-up? Get ready for several million people to laugh at it. Traumatizing, life-altering experience? Repurposed for comedy. It can result in a lot of conversations along the lines of “you’re not going to believe what happened to me last ni… I mean, nothing. Nothing happened to me last night. Especially not involving a donkey eating my pants. At all.” But then there are times when you’re happy to bury your friends in information, such as when they’re asking about important environmental issues they can highlight. In last night’s episode of “How I Met Your Mother,” Marshall Eriksen finally quit his corporate law job at the (fake)...

Full article: http://switchboard.nrdc.org/blogs/ngarrison/how_i_met_you...

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Help Protect the Oceans! from @NRDC's blog:

switchboard.nrdc.org 06 May '11, 3pm

Come be part of the blue vision! From May 20-23, I, along with many of my colleagues and other marine community leaders, w...