We’re working on an episode called “Loonies in the Boonies– Someone calling from a TruTV show. Sorry, pal, but no, I don’t recall any annual events where the guys gather around a river and drink and create chaos. Also, WHAT?
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Within a single taco, the ingredients had traveled a total of 64,000 miles, or...– From Utne.com: Mapping the Tacoshed (via utnereader)
While 80 percent of Americans say they believe in heaven, few of us have the...– Lisa Miller, on her new book about Heaven (via newsweek) This kind of afterlife-type stuff has been popping up in my dashboard a good bit lately. It’s starting to unnerve and kind of upset me.
Would it be too weird to dye my hair some wacky color? Am I too old for that? I doubt anyone at work would particularly care, and I want something new going on. Plus, my hair is shot to hell right now, so I wouldn’t be screwing up something good. Or maybe I’m just bored?
Does our generation have an “entertainment entitlement” problem? Does the Web...– Barrett Sheridan, “And the Heart Says ‘Meh’” (via newsweek) I mean, yes, this is interesting and all, and I’ve worried over the same thing. But, true to my generation (I guess), the main thing I got from this piece was Dogs Dressed as Lady Gaga.
Sometimes when I’m walking down the street or sitting at my desk at work, I’ll start making wacky faces at nothing and no one in particular. I just forget anyone can see me.
This is lengthy and melodramatic and kind of dumb, but it made me laugh a little all the same. This is hopefully the last political thing I’ll post on here for months. A Facebook comment left by a viewer: To all Tea Party members, I urge you to take the following pledge before it’s too late. Please pass it on to fellow members: I do solemnly swear to uphold the principles of a...
The Shrine Down the Hall: A Photographer takes us... →
This is sad. (via utnereader)
Too lazy to really dig for something better
Wine comes in at the mouth And love comes in at the eye; That’s all we shall know for truth Before we grow old and die. I lift the glass to my mouth, I look at you, and I sigh. —A Drinking Song (Yeats) Apparently reading poetry and looking at pictures is as close as I’ll get to celebrating St. Patrick’s Day. Plus, the city pretty much shuts down, so it’s kind of...
thedailywhat: New Music Video! Lady Gaga (feat. Beyoncé) - “Telephone” Directed by Jonas Åkerlund. Second single off The Fame Monster. [missjia.] what? Also, let’s make a sandwich!
I just broke my absolute favorite glass of all time. It was shaped like a little owl. I loved it so, so much. I actually thought I might cry a tiny bit when I saw it shatter. :((((
I hate you, Avatar.
My tooth hurts so much right now. I need to go to the dentist something fierce.
Musee de Beaux Arts, W. H. Auden
poetry365: About suffering they were never wrong, The Old Masters; how well, they understood Its human position; how it takes place While someone else is eating or opening a window or just walking dully along; How, when the aged are reverently, passionately waiting For the miraculous birth, there always must be Children who did not specially want it to happen, skating On a pond at the...
Well, I at least managed to get a glimpse of Air Force One before it took off!