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This is a beautiful, sensitively written post. I couldn’t imagine a more gently worded question in regards to the humanitarian values I share, posited to the (imaginary?) right-wing that read this blog. I also follow politics, and understand the cynicism regarding Obama, but I’m also a believer in the small steps of political and social evolution (so many puns!) in a gradually more progressive era. To discuss the pros and cons of Obama are a way to debate and decide what we would like in future leaders, but are also a reflection of the way politicians are able/forced to act in our present society. Quite interesting! Anyway, I’m pro-you, and these things. Thank you for posting so elegantly.
I like how they’ve designed it to slowly teeter ever nearer the edge, to let you contemplate your own dumb demise before you hurtle towards the earth at the speed of sound.
“I want my face?”
“I do wish we could chat longer, but I’m literally having an old friend over for dinner.”
shiba inu’s look like little foxes. and i’m sure its high-strung temperment will nothing if not complementary to its owner. jk. kind of. love and happiness to you kids.
I know I’m not the only one in Seattle. We have some interesting technology over here, we can also post the pictures and not give out names. Come on Seattle monsters (who probably live on Capitol Hill), let’s do it.
I believe this was covered on “Friends” during the infamous “The One Where Underdog Gets Away” episode where Joey has his face on a poster about the dangers of VD and can’t get laid. Question answered.
You forget the one incredulous black man towards the beginning (for a total of two!) who in no way could ever, in life, be racist because you know, black.
I love that everyone likes the Christina Hendricks’ Bust Line of Women (?) because it further validates the fact that people (men) more than likely enjoy these/my measurements. Also, this was the most exciting episode of the season, by far. While my boyfriend gently drowsed I could not stop talking out-loud to the television. It was probably very irritating. But after so many slow to mildly arousing episodes, they blew their top with something spectacular. Too much for one episode Mad Men! You reduce me!
It was actually all-of-her-special-places-violated-rape. Not just sodomy. That’s just where he finished (yikes). And he was accused of rape-rape, but got to plea bargain down to statutory rape-rape. But with all the rape involved I think he’s (still) deserving of punishment, but thanks for your input there Woody Allen
Gwynneth was unavailable, busy as she was showing everyone on goop.com how to roast children. Or…chicken! She forgot.