Someone told me to look at it from a new perspective. So I turned the paper around. Problem is a square is a square on all sides.
Tim Conway destroys his castmates during a “Mama’s Family” sketch on the “Carol Burnett Show” by refusing to let the scene continue until he can finish a sto…
I love Tim Conway. I have had the privilege to see him perform live. He was never better though when cracking up his castmates on the Carol Burnett Show. Awesome outtake here.
Part of the fun on the Carol Burnett Show was watching the cast break each other up like this.
For the first time in a week and a half, the house isn’t full of kids pushing big toy trucks around on the hard wood four feet from my head, on the other side of the wall. There’s no screaming. Nobody is slamming into my door every few minutes.
I love my sister and her kids to death, but I’ve been looking forward to sleeping without all the noise for over a week now.
It’s time to take too many sleeping pills and enjoy 12-14 hours of sleep in blissful peace.
This is the world of equality. It’s horribly small.
I love how everyone who reblogs this knows exactly what it is about.
i would love to see Illinois on here.
can someone explain me this post? Thank you.
The places colored in have marriage equality. The rest do not.
*whispers* Why aren’t the oceans coloured
Because fish are fascist homophobes
Damn I wish I had the $80, and some records, and eight tracks, and a way to get this home.
Growing up we had this same system in our family room. I spent many hours listening to 8-tracks on it…
The one we had was very similar, but the speakers were permanently attached.
I can’t wait to leave feedback on my latest Amazon order.
I ordered a wireless trackball for my laptop a week ago, Monday morning, before 5:00am. It didn’t even ship until Friday.
Today I got an email from the seller saying “At this point you should have already received your order. If so, please leave us feedback of 4/5 or 5/5. If you’ve had a less than pleasant buying experience, please *RESPOND to this email IMMEDIATELY*.”
Rule #1: Don’t tell me “you should have already received your order” when the package tracker says it hasn’t been delivered yet.
So I replied to tell them that I have yet to receive the order, and that I’ve never had to wait that long for an item to be shipped (even when there’s free shipping involved), and that since I’d ordered it I’ve had time to see other sellers on Amazon selling it for less and promising to send it out within 24 hours (not four days later, when they get around to it), and that in the future I’ll be avoiding anything “fulfilled by Amazon” because it seems to be a ticket to a long wait.
I figured the reason that they wanted me to email them if I wasn’t prepared to leave a 5/5 or 4/5 rating was because they wanted a chance to try and make it right, even if it was just a “we’re sorry, that was out of our control, but we understand how you feel.” Maybe even a “hey, here’s a $5 credit to make up for you seeing someone selling it for $10 less than us while you waited.”
Instead, their reply to my email was just one line:
"We appreciate your feedback"
They didn’t even put a period at the end of the sentence. They just completely blew me off.
So I’m going to wait until I receive the package, and then I’m going to leave them a not-very-nice review.
I’m usually an easy 5/5. Send me the thing I ordered, even if it takes a few days longer than I had planned, and in good condition, and you’ve got a good rating.
But try to milk me for a good rating on an item that I haven’t even received, and then blow me off after asking me to email instead of leaving feedback? That definitely gets public feedback, and the absolute best they’re gonna get is a 2/5. And that’s if the trackball is in pristine condition and works perfectly.
Oh, if anyone’s interested, the seller is “Warehouse #6.” I don’t plan on buying from them again.
The only point I disagree with is “they want the criminal to have a gun”. No, they want a FL style Stand Your Ground law so they can say, “I feared for my life so I unloaded on the kid”. It’s safer for them, but they can still shoot with impunity.
A fair point. It’s easy to “fear for your life” when you go around talking about how helpless you are to stop criminals from getting guns — and using it as your excuse to make it even easier to get guns. Which is exactly what has happened since the Newtown shootings.
In the 12 months following that shooting, 109 new pieces of gun legislation became law. 70 of them eased restrictions on guns.
If I knew how to rename my Activity graph, this is what I would call it right now since it’s a pretty accurate representation of the last 24 hours or so.
Man I feel really bad for the Tumblr Staff because I bet they aimed for Tumblr to be a cool, suavé, photographic place for artists but in reality it’s made up of hormonal teenagers who obsess over gay fictional characters, and can’t even handle the reblog button turning green to teal
IT IS MINT GREEN
It’s Vulcan Blood Orange
Because nothing says “thou shalt not kill” like a fucking gun.
Even other Christians are raising their eyebrows at this one.
"How ironic to use guns to lure men in to hear a message about Jesus, who said, ‘Put away the sword,’" said the Rev. Joe Phelps, pastor of Louisville’s independent Highland Baptist Church.
It would be bad enough if this was being wrapped in a message of “well, there are a lot of hunters here and we’re trying to appeal to them,” but the gun giveaways come with sermons deriding gun control.
"How many of y’all own guns?" he [Chuck McAlister] asked in his South Carolina accent. "Lemme see a show of hands."
"That is awesome," he said, as the hands went up. "We’ve got an army right here!"
McAlister appealed to their love of hunting and enmity toward gun control. For 30 minutes, he mentioned nothing about God or Jesus.
He derided gun control. “It’s not the gun, it’s the man behind the gun,” he said, “and criminals don’t care about a bunch of rules.”
Obviously these assholes don’t care about rules either. They don’t want the rules, because they want the criminal to have the gun. They want their chance to kill and get away with it. They want their George Zimmerman moment.
But I don’t recall any exceptions to the “thou shalt not kill” rule that these people have decided isn’t one of the parts of the Bible that they care to pay attention to.
It’s crap like this that destroys any semblance of hope that I ever feel towards humanity. Any time I start to think that maybe the world may not be so bad, I see an article like this that completely demolishes that feeling. When even a message of love is taken over by a desire to raise an army and provide them with murder weapons, what’s the fucking point?
I keep seeing posts saying that nobody should mention the fact that John Travolta flubbed Idina Menzel’s name because he’s dyslexic. I’ve seen several of those posts now, and the implication seems to be “you know he’s not capable of doing it right, so leave him alone.”
And screw you if you think that. Dyslexic people aren’t stupid. Sure, we mess up now and again, we may read something wrong and therefore say the wrong thing. But there’s no need to tell everyone to ignore our mistakes because “well, you can’t really expect someone with dyslexia to get it right, can you?”
That’s just not helpful to anybody.