i think about this video almost every day and i am so frightened of it
this fucked me up
[mom voice] targé
never forget that loud rock n roll is the most important thing in the universe
Write this on my tombstone
Ten years ago, photographers James and Karla Murray began documenting the unique storefronts that define New York as a wonderfully diverse place to live. After a decade had passed, the pair went back to the same locations, only to sadly discover that many of the charming family-owned stores had been pushed out and replaced by large chains, banks, and generic businesses. The Murrays documented these rapid changes with side-by-side photographs compiled in a book entitled Store Front: The Disappearing Face of New York.
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Anonymous asked: what would alternate universe-Dan be like?
A serious fucking tool. Like, no lanyard, not even a Misfits shirt. Begged his parents to buy him a new Corvette for his 16th birthday. What a monster…
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Anonymous asked: What is your favorite joke?
A Rabbi and a Priest sit next to each other on a plane, headed to Long Beach from Washington, D.C. It’s a long trip, so they strike up some chitchat here and there until it turns into a real serious discussion about faith and the nature of sin.
So the Priest says, “What’s the biggest rule you’ve broken at this point?”
The Rabbi thinks a minute. “I don’t know it’s really the greatest sin, but I was in South Carolina for a conference once, and ended up a barbecue at some point. Whole hog. Nobody saw me there, luckily, because I ate more ravenously than I thought possible. It was wonderful. However, that is one of the big ones. We may not have a hell, but breaking Kashrut is a big deal, and doing so with joy is worse.”
They sit a moment in silence. The priest understood very well that men used to die before breaking Kashrut.
The Rabbi speaks up, “I imagine that I don’t have to be alone in my guilt, no?”
The Priest sighs. “Yeah, fair is fair.”
He grows pensive “I took my vows young. Being involved in the church was a big deal for me as a kid, and so I happily took the opportunity to join the priesthood as soon as it was possible. But that didn’t give me the time to make any mistakes. So I made a big one after. I met a woman. She was incredible, just a real knockout. She didn’t know I was a priest, and I didn’t let her know. So, we had sex. A lot. I had to take a sabbatical and go to Germany for five years in order to shake off the guilt from that. I understand that I’m just human, but I crossed a big line. I can only hope I’ve done my best since.”
The Rabbi was in shock.
"That’s big. Oy."
The Priest smiles grimly.
The Rabbi doesn’t miss a beat, and leans in close to the priest.
"A lot better than pork, isn’t it?"
So I’m thinking although I watched Dinosaurs as a kid… it was not meant for children.
Earl is sitting in front of the tv, and the ad is saying “Are you stuck in a dead end job? Does your boss always yell at you? Do you ever wonder why your life isn’t going anywhere? Why ask why…. when you can drink ALCOHOL.”
There’s a really great episode about weed. It’s on Netflix, but they replaced the audio of the part where his boss is blazed in his office and belting Purple Haze.
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