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coelasquid:

People do this to me so often I have to wonder if smoking is a habit like nail biting where the person is not consciously aware that a cigarette is moving toward their face and being lit.

coelasquid:

People do this to me so often I have to wonder if smoking is a habit like nail biting where the person is not consciously aware that a cigarette is moving toward their face and being lit.

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officialubisoft:

ok but if there is a thor movie with the new thor i already have a fancasting

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coelasquid:

Whenever I see stand-up comics do bits about how women can’t get along and that introducing women to each other is like trying to stop cats from fighting I have to wonder if they’re aware women exist outside of high school comedies written by dudes.

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micdotcom:

Forget the spreadsheet, here’s an easy flowchart to know if a women owes you sex

Microsoft Excel took a turn for the explicit this week when the Internet learned the once-innocuous office tool was being used in a dispiriting new bro-trend: using the software to track of the number of times their partners refuse sex. Yes, #sexspreadsheets are a thing, presumably because some men still believe that owning of a penis entitles them to unlimited sexy times.
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micdotcom:

Forget the spreadsheet, here’s an easy flowchart to know if a women owes you sex

Microsoft Excel took a turn for the explicit this week when the Internet learned the once-innocuous office tool was being used in a dispiriting new bro-trend: using the software to track of the number of times their partners refuse sex. Yes, #sexspreadsheets are a thing, presumably because some men still believe that owning of a penis entitles them to unlimited sexy times.

Sorry, guys, that’s just not the way the world works | Follow micdotcom 

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assholeofday:

Todd Starnes, Asshole of the Day for July 22, 2014
by TeaPartyCat (Follow @TeaPartyCat)
Yesterday President Obama signed an executive order prohibiting workplace discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity. The order only applies to federal contractors. This is after Congress failed to pass ENDA, which would have protected all workers from discrimination on this basis. So it’s a small victory for LGBT groups.
But limited though this order is, it’s not good enough for hardcore bigots who feel that the world will end if employers can’t fire people for being gay. Here’s Fox News’ go-to bigot, Todd Starnes explaining how awful this is:

The mask is coming off of the homosexual movement’s agenda. They really do not believe in religious liberty. They want forced affirmation of homosexual and transgender conduct to trump every other consideration in the workplace - including religious liberty.”
[…]
The Obama administration seems hell-bent on forcing Christians to assimilate to the militant LGBT agenda. Resistance is futile.

You see, to Todd Starnes, firing people for being gay is a religious matter. In his view Christian organizations shouldn’t be helping the poor if it means they can’t fire gays. Hating gays is more important than helping the poor.
But more specifically, here he is saying that the federal government should not be attaching strings to its funds to protect the rights of its citizens in the workplace where those funds will be spent. It’s a peculiar argument. It is not a stretch to say that, absent the Civil Rights Act, he would argue that the federal government shouldn’t attach a requirement on federal contractors that they not be allowed to fire employees for being black if they could cook up some cockamamie religious reason for hating blacks.
And since religious freedom for him only seems to apply to his particular sect of Christianity, he can’t see that what he’s asking for could also mean that a company owned by another religion could fire a member of his sect on the basis of their religion. As Ruth Bader Ginsburg said in her dissent in the Hobby Lobby case

"Approving some religious claims while deeming others unworthy of accommodation could be ‘perceived as favoring one religion over another,’ the very ‘risk the [Constitution’s] Establishment Clause was designed to preclude."

Religious freedom is a private freedom, not a right for one religious group to impose its rules on others.
So, for defending the rights of those who would take federal funds to be able to fire people for being gay, Todd Starnes is Asshole of the Day.
It is Todd Starnes' sixth time as Asshole of the Day. Previous wins were for
comparing transgender people to people who identify as a “pine cone or weed whacker”
whining that the non-white Miss America didn’t reflect “American values”
his overreaction to the Coke Super Bowl commercial
blaming God for his own homophobia
accusing gays of turning St. Patrick’s Day parades into gay pride by participating
Full story: Media Matters

assholeofday:

Todd Starnes, Asshole of the Day for July 22, 2014

by TeaPartyCat ()

Yesterday President Obama signed an executive order prohibiting workplace discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity. The order only applies to federal contractors. This is after Congress failed to pass ENDA, which would have protected all workers from discrimination on this basis. So it’s a small victory for LGBT groups.

But limited though this order is, it’s not good enough for hardcore bigots who feel that the world will end if employers can’t fire people for being gay. Here’s Fox News’ go-to bigot, Todd Starnes explaining how awful this is:

The mask is coming off of the homosexual movement’s agenda. They really do not believe in religious liberty. They want forced affirmation of homosexual and transgender conduct to trump every other consideration in the workplace - including religious liberty.”

[…]

The Obama administration seems hell-bent on forcing Christians to assimilate to the militant LGBT agenda. Resistance is futile.

You see, to Todd Starnes, firing people for being gay is a religious matter. In his view Christian organizations shouldn’t be helping the poor if it means they can’t fire gays. Hating gays is more important than helping the poor.

But more specifically, here he is saying that the federal government should not be attaching strings to its funds to protect the rights of its citizens in the workplace where those funds will be spent. It’s a peculiar argument. It is not a stretch to say that, absent the Civil Rights Act, he would argue that the federal government shouldn’t attach a requirement on federal contractors that they not be allowed to fire employees for being black if they could cook up some cockamamie religious reason for hating blacks.

And since religious freedom for him only seems to apply to his particular sect of Christianity, he can’t see that what he’s asking for could also mean that a company owned by another religion could fire a member of his sect on the basis of their religion. As Ruth Bader Ginsburg said in her dissent in the Hobby Lobby case

"Approving some religious claims while deeming others unworthy of accommodation could be ‘perceived as favoring one religion over another,’ the very ‘risk the [Constitution’s] Establishment Clause was designed to preclude."

Religious freedom is a private freedom, not a right for one religious group to impose its rules on others.

So, for defending the rights of those who would take federal funds to be able to fire people for being gay, Todd Starnes is Asshole of the Day.

It is Todd Starnes' sixth time as Asshole of the Day. Previous wins were for

Full story: Media Matters

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itsalwayssunnyinatlanticcity:

I’m nowhere near talented enough to do a “Ladies of Boardwalk Empire as Disney princesses” set but surely SOMEONE on the Internet is.

Hmmm.

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the-art-finch:

I’m an adult 

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imawhat:

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safetypinsandmonocles:

cassandraemeraldsong:

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dimpuch:

“That’s right. Because you know, deep down… you deserve to be punished. Don’t you, Mr. Potter?”



NO

I know I already reblogged this, but that ^^^ gif made it perfect.

this is so horrifying that I cannot physically stop laughing


Oh no! I made it worst. >_<

OH MY FUCKING GOD


Just gonna leave this here

 #WHY DOES IT KEEP GETTING WORSE I DON’T UNDERSTAND

jcharelle:

imawhat:

beautifulwhatsyourhurry:

justaliceoflegend:

minuiko:

safetypinsandmonocles:

cassandraemeraldsong:

danrdarrenc:

dimpuch:

“That’s right. Because you know, deep down… you deserve to be punished. Don’t you, Mr. Potter?”

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NO

I know I already reblogged this, but that ^^^ gif made it perfect.

this is so horrifying that I cannot physically stop laughing

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Oh no! I made it worst. >_<

OH MY FUCKING GOD

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Just gonna leave this here

 

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chrestomatheia:

Edward Matthew Hale (1852-1924), The mermaids’ rock.


Also, the mermaids rock.

chrestomatheia:

Edward Matthew Hale (1852-1924), The mermaids’ rock.

Also, the mermaids rock.

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the-last-teabender:

Robin Thicke is unapologetic about how rapey ‘Blurred Lines’ is, meanwhile the dude who parodied it issues a public apology for one word.

the-last-teabender:

Robin Thicke is unapologetic about how rapey ‘Blurred Lines’ is, meanwhile the dude who parodied it issues a public apology for one word.

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coelasquid:

tentakrule:

elizabethplaid:

Currently taking the Can we guess who you are in 20 questions? thing, because a couple friends took it. So does this ball pit look like fun? I can’t look at ball pits the same way again after seeing the kerfluffle of DashCon 2014.
Edit: My quiz results were mostly wrong.

Here is our best guess at who you are:  1. You are male.  2. You are still a teenager, but won’t be one for very much longer.  3. You’re in college and are already worried about finding the perfect job that will be both fulfilling and will pay well. Your future worries you more than you’d like to admit.  4. You have beautiful, silky brown hair and big eyes.  5. You know that if you’d only believe in yourself more, things would be much easier for you. Yet you still doubt your instincts more than you should, instead of trusting them every time.


1. You are female.2. You are currently in your mid fifties.3. You have a wonderful big family and a deep loving connection with your lifelong partner.4. You have Short hair, light colored eyes and stylish glasses. 5. You have long ago decided to live every minute to the fullest. Your life experiences taught you that no moment should be wasted on something or someone you don’t love.
it got #4 right so that’s 1/5 good job quizilla

1. You are male. 2. You are in currently in your mid 30’s.3. You are married and just became a parent. You are experiencing exciting days, and more are on their way, but through it all you remain strong, loving and deeply caring. 4. You have short hair - partly gray, brown eyes and a fit body.5. You decided long ago that your kids must have a better childhood than the one you had. You know you’ll do anything to make sure of that.

Exact same results as above.

coelasquid:

tentakrule:

elizabethplaid:

Currently taking the Can we guess who you are in 20 questions? thing, because a couple friends took it. So does this ball pit look like fun? I can’t look at ball pits the same way again after seeing the kerfluffle of DashCon 2014.

Edit: My quiz results were mostly wrong.

Here is our best guess at who you are:
1. You are male.
2. You are still a teenager, but won’t be one for very much longer.
3. You’re in college and are already worried about finding the perfect job that will be both fulfilling and will pay well. Your future worries you more than you’d like to admit.
4. You have beautiful, silky brown hair and big eyes.
5. You know that if you’d only believe in yourself more, things would be much easier for you. Yet you still doubt your instincts more than you should, instead of trusting them every time.

1. You are female.
2. You are currently in your mid fifties.
3. You have a wonderful big family and a deep loving connection with your lifelong partner.
4. You have Short hair, light colored eyes and stylish glasses. 
5. You have long ago decided to live every minute to the fullest. Your life experiences taught you that no moment should be wasted on something or someone you don’t love.

it got #4 right so that’s 1/5 good job quizilla

1. You are male. 
2. You are in currently in your mid 30’s.
3. You are married and just became a parent. You are experiencing exciting days, and more are on their way, but through it all you remain strong, loving and deeply caring. 
4. You have short hair - partly gray, brown eyes and a fit body.
5. You decided long ago that your kids must have a better childhood than the one you had. You know you’ll do anything to make sure of that.

Exact same results as above.

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galaxystew:

Leverage commentary from ‘The Last Dam Job’:

Dean Devlin: Now, a little tidbit for fans out there – the art that you’re seeing on the wall are actually the tiles from the very original Stargate: the Movie, which I still have.
[exclamations from the others]
DD: It was actually – the show had wrapped, and I was getting in my car to drive to the airport, and I noticed that someone had dismantled the Stargate and thrown it in a big giant dumpster and I went “No, no, no, no!” and I dove into the dumpster, pulled out all these tiles, boxed them up, and…
John Rogers: I’ll tell you what – the Stargate – I wish you hadn’t [dismantled it], because there is a lost shot, one we could not do. When we bring the team back together at the beginning of Season 2 we had little moments of what everybody said what they did during the break, and Eliot’s was going to be “What did you do?” and we were going to flash to the Stargate with him in the gear going “All right, but this is the last time!” And then flash back and him going “No.” But the Stargate was broken, it was thrown away!

OH MY GOD

galaxystew:

Leverage commentary from ‘The Last Dam Job’:

Dean Devlin: Now, a little tidbit for fans out there – the art that you’re seeing on the wall are actually the tiles from the very original Stargate: the Movie, which I still have.

[exclamations from the others]

DD: It was actually – the show had wrapped, and I was getting in my car to drive to the airport, and I noticed that someone had dismantled the Stargate and thrown it in a big giant dumpster and I went “No, no, no, no!” and I dove into the dumpster, pulled out all these tiles, boxed them up, and…

John Rogers: I’ll tell you what – the Stargate – I wish you hadn’t [dismantled it], because there is a lost shot, one we could not do. When we bring the team back together at the beginning of Season 2 we had little moments of what everybody said what they did during the break, and Eliot’s was going to be “What did you do?” and we were going to flash to the Stargate with him in the gear going “All right, but this is the last time!” And then flash back and him going “No.” But the Stargate was broken, it was thrown away!

OH MY GOD

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hydrogyne:

day 234: straight people continue to confound me. even surrounded by them on a daily basis, there is much of their biology and social behavior i don’t understand. hopefully, they will become clearer to me if i remain diligent in my studies. only then will i truly be able to understand nohomo sapiens.

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