Stuff I found while looking around
– It has snowed in Boston on 13 of the last 17 days.
– 26 Pictures That Will Give You Some Peace For Once In Your Life
– Ford pranks dudes by setting them up on a blind date with a stunt driver
– I am making this my new desktop background.
– This has got to be an article from The Onion BUT IT’S NOT… Fox host: ‘We had to give up our freedom’ during snow storm because climate change is a hoax
– One of the funniest things I’ve read in a long time… Shade, Snubbery and Sam Smith Slayage: My 2015 GRAMMY Awards Recap
– The Sickeningly Low Vaccination Rates at Silicon Valley Day Cares:
Across San Francisco Bay in Berkeley, the rates are more egregious at a facility associated with Pixar. Only 43 percent of children there are immunized, with 2.3 percent claiming a personal belief exemption. Just over two-thirds of children there got the MMR. Pixar has yet to return our calls.
– Top 10 reasons parents don’t vaccinate — debunked
– Taylor Swift vs. Nine Inch Nails
– Dr Phil with no dialogue, just reactions…
– The Only Naming Convention that works
– Fifty Accents of Grey with Jamie Dornan
– What It’s Like Living In Boston Right Now:
It’s not about the shoveling (although that really sucks and have I mentioned no one here has a garage?) and it’s not about the snow days when the kids are home from school (which also suck and have I mentioned the kids have been out of school for 7 days so far this year?). It’s that after the entire city shuts down, when it starts back up everything is difficult. We lose hours of our day. We lose time and money and some people are going to lose their lives because of this stupid snow.
– The 47 “Most” Unnecessary Uses Of “Quotation Marks” In “History”
– This is resplendent: Frances McDormand on Aging
– What 200 Calories Look Like In Different Foods
– Meet the Badass Activist Collective Bringing Direct Action Back to Black Communities:
Then on a more tactile level, whether it’s locking yourself to something or blockading a building, it’s around doing things that really wake people up—that are jarring and make people pay attention to how people have been oppressed for generations.
It’s also a critique of capitalism; it’s a critique of business. We’re saying America needs a new business model, this idea of valuing profit over black lives is unacceptable and this notion needs to be stopped at this moment.
Some of my recent favorite tweets:
I like to think my rescue dog also rescued me, but mounting evidence suggests he himself committed the arson that fateful night.
— Chris Worthington (@SomeChrisTweets) January 6, 2015
Just once I'd like a number between 1 and 10 to think of me.
— Karen D. Lioness (@DeadLioness) February 2, 2015
Beck is probably my favorite David Spade character.
— The Cat Whisperer (@TheCatWhisprer) February 10, 2015
One of the machines at the gym should be a bag full of tiny balloons to blow up.
— Abe Yospe (@Cheeseboy22) February 12, 2015
I carry a tuba around with me everywhere I go so I won't have to hold someone's baby.
— Chez McCorvey (@CelebrityChez) February 11, 2015
"I got bangs" is always followed by tears.
— $pencer (@13spencer) February 7, 2015
*waits patiently as we retake pictures until she likes the way her arms look*
— Jake Vig (@Jake_Vig) February 12, 2015
Wondered why I don't have a "wacky neighbor," and then it dawned on me.
— Just Bill (@WilliamAder) February 12, 2015
Accidentally played dad instead of dead when I encountered a bear and now it can ride a bike without training wheels.
— Simon Holland (@simoncholland) February 11, 2015
The South is the only region I can think of that's super proud about the war it lost
— shut up, mike (@shutupmikeginn) February 12, 2015