robdelaney:

This is how my brother Aaron died. Please don’t post shit like this.

robdelaney:

This is how my brother Aaron died. Please don’t post shit like this.

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lolslater:

Can we all agree that this was the only time Screech was not terrible?
(via hatari)

lolslater:

Can we all agree that this was the only time Screech was not terrible?

(via hatari)

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Ellen looks great.

Ellen looks great.

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3am thoughts

The coffin making industry could learn a lot from the Suitcase making industry.

robdelaney:

vicemag:

Cry-Baby of the Week
The incident: Utah allowed gay couples to start getting married.
The appropriate response: Nothing. 
The actual response: A man went on hunger strike, vowing not to eat again until gays were banned from marrying.
Last month, US District Judge Robert Shelby ruled that Utah’s ban on same-sex marriage violates the consitutional rights of gay and lesbian couples. 
Predictably, applications for marriages skyrocketed in the state, with gay couples rushing to tie the knot. 
This didn’t sit too well with a 35-year-old Mormon named Trestin Meacham, who announced that he was going to go on hunger strike until the state reversed the decision. 
Like many bigots, Trestin attempted to hide his intolerance behind an excuse. In a post on his blog, he explained that his objection to the judge’s decision is actually a result of it being unconstitutional, rather than his own homophobia. He wrote, “Unfortunately, the Judicial Branch of the government is more concerned with activism than it is with actually following the Constitution.”
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robdelaney:

vicemag:

Cry-Baby of the Week

The incident: Utah allowed gay couples to start getting married.

The appropriate response: Nothing. 

The actual response: A man went on hunger strike, vowing not to eat again until gays were banned from marrying.

Last month, US District Judge Robert Shelby ruled that Utah’s ban on same-sex marriage violates the consitutional rights of gay and lesbian couples. 

Predictably, applications for marriages skyrocketed in the state, with gay couples rushing to tie the knot

This didn’t sit too well with a 35-year-old Mormon named Trestin Meacham, who announced that he was going to go on hunger strike until the state reversed the decision. 

Like many bigots, Trestin attempted to hide his intolerance behind an excuse. In a post on his blog, he explained that his objection to the judge’s decision is actually a result of it being unconstitutional, rather than his own homophobia. He wrote, “Unfortunately, the Judicial Branch of the government is more concerned with activism than it is with actually following the Constitution.”

Continue

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theclearlydope:

Dating Tip: This gif should be your online dating profile photo. 

theclearlydope:

Dating Tip: This gif should be your online dating profile photo. 

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esslaurent:

abraham-shipwreck:

Casual fridays arent allowed in the office after last weeks ‘incident’

What the

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ericsandt:

Things like this make me love the internet. 

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fuckyeah1990s:

Samuel L Jackson was in the movie “True Romance” (1993) for like 2 mins and this was his scene.

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