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Sometimes it takes me awhile to come around to the things everyone else is doing. I think I "get" Tumblr now, so I'm'a give this thing a try.

Also, don't be offended if I don't follow you - I have a million Tumblrs in my RSS reader already, so double-following just doesn't make sense. I assure you, though - if I know you, I'm probably following you.
~ Tuesday, September 23 ~
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thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

gallifrey-feels:

More fun facts about ancient Celtic marriage laws: There were no laws against interclass or interracial marriage, no laws against open homosexual relationships (although they weren’t considered ‘marriages’ since the definition of a marriage was ‘couple with child’), no requirement for women to take their husband’s names or give up their property, but comedians couldn’t get married

It’s Adam and Eve not Adam Sandler and Eve

I wonder if this is, historically, when comedians began to hate themselves.

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finished mah 3 book

vicsagod:

limey404:

for the most part, i still need to add the pages that dipper wrote himself.

but tah dahhhh

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i’ll be adding more as they come c:

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i WOULD HONESTLY PAY FOR THESE


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~ Monday, September 22 ~
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galaxys-princess:

hotwhiteguy:

guys someone did it

"no more picking cereal out of your marshmallows" 

galaxys-princess:

hotwhiteguy:

guys someone did it

"no more picking cereal out of your marshmallows" 


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lovelightlucid:

levvilifestories:

mussinga:

snark0lepsy:

The Whitest Kids U’ Know x

I really spent four years in the states thinking this couldn’t possibly be a real thing but then I graduated and everyone knew the pledge of allegiance PERFECTLY and then I realized how true this gifset really is. If you say something enough as a kid, it’ll never leave you. The thing tho, is that normally, kids know lullabies, and songs. Not a poem about mindless patriotism.

REBLOGGING FOR ALL THE FUCKING TIMES I GOT IN TROUBLE, MAINLY IN HIGH SCHOOL, FOR NOT SAYING THE WEAK ASS PLEDGE!

SAME! I used to “baaaaaaa” during the pledge in middle school lol

I was tracking with this until the last image. “Hey, let’s make a sensible political point, then take a swipe at legitimate medication that treats a recognized psychological disorder!” Man. Go fuck yourself.

Yes, I know it’s a comedy sketch. I regularly write and produce comedy sketches. Making jokes doesn’t excuse being an asshole (or a group of assholes) who perpetuates the marginalization of mental illness/learning disorders.

I started taking RItalin in 1996, at the age of 21. It may very well have been the single most significant event of my adult life. For the first time, I could stay focused enough to do things that other people take for granted, like read books and have thoughts about stuff. It did not make me conform. If anything, it encouraged independent thought by way of making complex, critical thinking possible. It helped clarify the jumbled mess that had heretofore been happening inside my brain. It allowed thoughts like “hey, yeah, the Pledge of Allegiance as a concept is kind of fucked up” to form.

Yeah. This is just a joke. But jokes are the best way to continue to reinforce attitudes like “ADD/ADHD aren’t real things and nobody needs to be medicated for them.” That punchline makes your dismissal so casual and flippant that people just accept it as truth. This is also, in its own way, a subtle form of brainwashing. To bring us back to the original point of the sketch.

Seriously, fuck you.


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Key is just simply the best sketch actor who’s ever lived.” -Jordan

Met at the Second City in Chicago and after 15 minutes we were two peas in a pod.” -Keegan

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~ Sunday, September 21 ~
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postatomichorror:

Post Atomic Horror episode 193, covering “Hard Time” and “Shattered Mirror” is available now! Click!

postatomichorror:

Post Atomic Horror episode 193, covering “Hard Time” and “Shattered Mirror” is available now! Click!

Tags: Post Atomic Horror Star Trek Deep Space Nine Hard Time Shattered Mirror Chief O'Brien mirror universe Jennifer Sisko
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~ Friday, September 19 ~
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jabsen:

Man, So Bendis finally closed the Bendis Board today. I hadn’t been posting there n years and it wasn’t what it used to be but man, that place was important. I was on it about 14 years ago and met some of my best friends there.

This is the forum on which I met my wife, most of the people with whom I regularly collaborate creatively and more friends than I can count.
I also haven’t posted there in years — a brief remembrance of a departed friend and a recent very quick joke appearance notwithstanding — and it sort of surprises me that it was around for this long, to be honest. But my life wouldn’t be where it is now without it.

jabsen:

Man, So Bendis finally closed the Bendis Board today. I hadn’t been posting there n years and it wasn’t what it used to be but man, that place was important. I was on it about 14 years ago and met some of my best friends there.

This is the forum on which I met my wife, most of the people with whom I regularly collaborate creatively and more friends than I can count.

I also haven’t posted there in years — a brief remembrance of a departed friend and a recent very quick joke appearance notwithstanding — and it sort of surprises me that it was around for this long, to be honest. But my life wouldn’t be where it is now without it.


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cameron-stewart:

I admit I sometimes have a problem with this. 

cameron-stewart:

I admit I sometimes have a problem with this. 


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~ Thursday, September 18 ~
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sarcasticvoyage:

The triumphant return of Food Guy, SVN of the 50s cuts costs and a sketch by special guest writer/performer Zak Nelson! It’s all in Sarcastic Voyage episode 182! Click!

sarcasticvoyage:

The triumphant return of Food Guy, SVN of the 50s cuts costs and a sketch by special guest writer/performer Zak Nelson! It’s all in Sarcastic Voyage episode 182! Click!

Tags: Sarcastic Voyage sketch comedy comedy sketch Seattle comedy podcast
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