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theclearlydope:

I’m not telling you how to live your life but you should full screen this gif, put down your most comfortable blanket and make love to someone special or a random. Whatever. Happy Holidays.

theclearlydope:

I’m not telling you how to live your life but you should full screen this gif, put down your most comfortable blanket and make love to someone special or a random. Whatever. Happy Holidays.

RILEY MATTHEWS: 13 years old, indelible personality, an adorable girl on the cusp of whatever comes next in life, and wanting to rush into it head first. She is fiercely loyal to her friends, and spends most of her time juggling the obstacles that life throws her way, some of those being her father who is also her seventh grade history teacher, her mother who is Topanga, and her brother, Elliot, who is one grade older in school and in life experience and makes sure to always let her know it. But there is no obstacle in this girl’s world that can dampen her bright spirit and eternal optimism.

Oh yeah, that’s right: We’ve got the first casting breakdown for Disney’s Boy Meets World sequel/spinoff, Girl Meets World.

Yes, this is really happening.

(via entertainmentweekly)

shoelust:

Gio Diev Spring 2013

sofapizza:

this planet.
i hate it.

sofapizza:

this planet.

i hate it.

funnyordie:

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funnyordie:

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whatdoeslindsaylohandoallday:

What Does Lindsay Lohan do all Day??

whatdoeslindsaylohandoallday:

What Does Lindsay Lohan do all Day??

I spoke to the president three times yesterday… I said, if you can expedite designating New Jersey as a major disaster area that that would help us to get federal money and resources in here as quickly as possible to help clean up the damage here. The president was great last night. He said he would get it done. At 2 a.m. I got a call from FEMA to answer a couple of final questions and then he signed the declaration this morning. So I have to give the president great credit. He’s been on the phone with me three times in the last 24 hours. He’s been very attentive, and anything that I’ve asked for, he’s gotten to me. So, I thank the president publicly for that. He’s done — as far as I’m concerned — a great job for New Jersey.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie • Lauding President Obama’s attentiveness in the face of Hurricane Sandy, in an interview on Fox and Friends this morning. Christie’s rhetoric on the President’s leadership abilities hasn’t always been so glowing — back in May, he excoriated Obama as “walking around in a dark room trying to find the light switch of leadership.” But now, faced with a climactic disaster in his state, Christie and Obama have made nice, to the vast betterment of the citizens of his state. Obviously, holding off on political rivalries during such a chaotic and traumatic event is the right thing to do, but Christie deserves a major measure of credit for recognizing Obama’s efforts for his state. When asked whether Mitt Romney would tour some storm sites, he went much further than he needed to, showing a sincerity unbound by partisan priority: “…I have no idea, nor am I the least bit concerned or interested. I’ve got a job to do here in New Jersey that’s much bigger than presidential politics and I could care less about any of that stuff.” source (via shortformblog)
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I heartily endorse this comic.
(via Maximumble - #480 – Dolled)

passerkirbius:

I heartily endorse this comic.

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thedailywhat:

This Is All Kinds Of Wrong of the Day: Ryan Andresen has been a Boy Scout for 12 years. Even after coming out as gay at 16, he stayed with the Scouts.
But now he’s been denied the chance to rise rank to Eagle Scout.
The Boy Scouts of America says its decision reflects its “Youth Leadership” policy statement:
In the unlikely event that an older boy were to hold himself out as homosexual, he would not be able to continue in a youth leadership position.
Andresen is in shock, especially since he thought his Scoutmaster had his back:
He had been telling me all along that we’d get by the gay thing. It was by far the biggest goal of my life. It’s totally devastating.
Andresen and his mom have started an online petition to convince the Boy Scouts to change their mind. But it would need to happen quickly — he turns 18 in three days, which means his Eagle Scout eligibility is just about up.

thedailywhat:

This Is All Kinds Of Wrong of the Day: Ryan Andresen has been a Boy Scout for 12 years. Even after coming out as gay at 16, he stayed with the Scouts.

But now he’s been denied the chance to rise rank to Eagle Scout.

The Boy Scouts of America says its decision reflects its “Youth Leadership” policy statement:

In the unlikely event that an older boy were to hold himself out as homosexual, he would not be able to continue in a youth leadership position.

Andresen is in shock, especially since he thought his Scoutmaster had his back:

He had been telling me all along that we’d get by the gay thing. It was by far the biggest goal of my life. It’s totally devastating.

Andresen and his mom have started an online petition to convince the Boy Scouts to change their mind. But it would need to happen quickly — he turns 18 in three days, which means his Eagle Scout eligibility is just about up.

You can kill things and still like them, maybe to eat them, I don’t know.

Rick Santorum on Big Bird - WaPo (via brooklynmutt)

Still Santorum.