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LOVE THIS MOVIE

cdonut:

Hey Glee, Try doing this without using auto tune.’

no comp with my BIFF Sister Mary Clarence.  if you wanna be somebody.. yahta yahta

sugarbean:

rodough:

thedailywhat:

Misattributed Quote of the Day: “I mourn the loss of thousands of precious lives, but I will not rejoice in the death of one, not even an enemy.”
You’ve undoubtedly seen this quote somewhere online today, most likely attributed to Martin Luther King, Jr. It’s both pensive and timely; certainly looks like something a nonviolent activist such as King would say.
Unfortunately, he didn’t. And neither did anyone else before today, when the originator of the quote took to Twitter and decided to pretend to quote King.
“What do you get out of saying something pithy, and getting no credit for it?,” asks The Atlantic’s Megan McArdle. “Perhaps they only wanted to say this thing, and knew that no one would pay attention unless it came from someone else,” she posits. “Or, perhaps they are getting a gargantuan kick out of seeing people repeat their lie ad infinitum.”
As Abraham Lincoln once said: “On the Internet, nobody knows you’re not quoting Martin Luther King, Jr.”
[theatlantic / photo: wikimedia.]

Soooo many people have put that quote up! Riddic!

I never reblog the dailywhat. This is what we have come to as a nation.

WOW. That’s all I’ve got to say.

sugarbean:

rodough:

thedailywhat:

Misattributed Quote of the Day: “I mourn the loss of thousands of precious lives, but I will not rejoice in the death of one, not even an enemy.”

You’ve undoubtedly seen this quote somewhere online today, most likely attributed to Martin Luther King, Jr. It’s both pensive and timely; certainly looks like something a nonviolent activist such as King would say.

Unfortunately, he didn’t. And neither did anyone else before today, when the originator of the quote took to Twitter and decided to pretend to quote King.

“What do you get out of saying something pithy, and getting no credit for it?,” asks The Atlantic’s Megan McArdle. “Perhaps they only wanted to say this thing, and knew that no one would pay attention unless it came from someone else,” she posits. “Or, perhaps they are getting a gargantuan kick out of seeing people repeat their lie ad infinitum.”

As Abraham Lincoln once said: “On the Internet, nobody knows you’re not quoting Martin Luther King, Jr.”

[theatlantic / photo: wikimedia.]

Soooo many people have put that quote up! Riddic!

I never reblog the dailywhat. This is what we have come to as a nation.

WOW. That’s all I’ve got to say.

(Source: thedailywhat)

Gavin Creel

—Rocket Ride

Why didn’t anyone ever tell me that Gavin Creel’s CD’s are SO GOOD.

Still super bummed that I couldn’t go to his concert. During my birthday week.

BRIGADOONRUINEDEVERYTHING.

Plays

Goal. Read a lot of plays this summer.

So far I’ve read:

Superior Donuts (really good)

You Can’t Take It With You (GREAT)

….. I’m working on it.

mylesmershman:

off to a bit of a ruff start…and sadly. it didn’t recover.  

the choreo is redONK…gibson, what, what, what were you thinking?

i i love when she modulates at the end, she’s such a musical theatre performer!  

tho, that one riff?  ouch.  

also, not diggin that blue latex number.

overall, whatevz.  cultural baptism hurrah.

Agreed. Definitely wasn’t her best performance.

I loved the choreo but she relied on the backup vocal track WAY more than she usually does and the costume was lackluster at best.

C’mon GaGa, what are you waiting for??

I keep waiting for a song on this CD to blow me away and I’ve got nothing so far…

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BEST DAY

Soooo I went in to the Apple store today to talk with a manager about my online job application. Twenty minutes later, I got an invitation to a hiring seminar this Sunday night. BRING. IT. ON.