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Amanda Palmer and Neil Gaiman at SXSW

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Local musician and recent TED talker Amanda Palmer (right) and her husband, writer and graphic novelist Neil Gaiman (left), were at SXSW in Austin, Texas, over the weekend so that Gaiman could appear with “Two and a Half Men” executive producer Chuck Lorre (center). Gaiman, author of the mythical “American Gods,” and Lorre, king of the mainstream sitcom, are apparently big fans of each other’s work and even showed up to their event wearing similar outfits.

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