Adorbs. Want you hangin’ out with me, little man.
Glad to know the Times is still good for something.
I have reason to believe that I am Dolly Parton.
the real answer was “tumble out of bed and stumble to the kitchen, pour myself a cup of ambition, and yawn and stretch and try to come to life.” but whatever.
My fave is that she’s said, in all seriousness, that if the building was on fire she wouldn’t leave without putting on a wig first. Because if she can’t be the Dolly she and her fans love, even for a few minutes, it’s not worth it. So I’m going to amend this to say that at least in an emergency situation, wig comes first.
Damn straight. Cragen gets the job done, but I would never want to get on Anita Van Buren’s bad side. Ever.
my sister made this. :)))
I did! You can see my name in the little letters over the window! This was a very sweet thing to post, kiddo.
“And if I have to listen to one more grey-faced man with a $2 haircut explain to me what rape is, I’m going to lose my mind.” — Tina Fey speaking at the Center for Reproductive Rights Inaugural Gala.
These are the elections to watch. I spent tonight making calls for Rep. Joe Donnelly. Maybe losing so hard on reproductive rights will wake their party the fuck up. Enough.
That is officially as much as I am willing to engage in this entire conversation retroactively for a month or to, and going forward.
Some genius replaced the music in the Party Rock video with the cantina song from Star Wars and it matches perfectly
THIS IS PERFECT.
Turns out that for every $100 given by an affluent elderly man, a similarly situated woman gives $256.
I find this interesting mostly in the context of the gender breakdown of libertarian values (hint: it skews WAY male). So the people who are telling us private wealth will fill in the gaps in social welfare programs in which the government should take no part? They are dudes. Who demonstrably give less to these programs.
Maybe that would change radically if government funding for these causes ceased. Somehow I doubt it.