wow hi ok can we all agree to continue to tag for depression even when we’re “just” discussing the latest hyperboleandahalf post
that would be great
if you’re ever bored just read the wikipedia summaries of Glee episodes, it puts a lot in perspective
This made me want to cry.
Through the years we’ve embraced a lot of excellent adaptations of Shakespeare’s work (Baz Luhrmann’s Romeo + Juliet, Kenneth Branagh’s Henry V) while enduring some clunkers along the way (Helen Mirren and Russell Brand in The Tempest anyone) and it looks as if the constant stream of Bard-inspired movies isn’t going to end any time soon.
- Neither candidate is interested in stopping the use of the death penalty for federal or state crimes.
- Neither candidate is interested in eliminating or reducing the 5,113 US nuclear warheads.
- Neither candidate is campaigning to close Guantanamo prison.
- Neither candidate has called for arresting and prosecuting high ranking people on Wall Street for the subprime mortgage catastrophe.
- Neither candidate is interested in holding anyone in the Bush administration accountable for the torture committed by US personnel against prisoners in Guantanamo or in Iraq or Afghanistan.
- Neither candidate is interested in stopping the use of drones to assassinate people in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen or Somalia.
- Neither candidate is against warrantless surveillance, indefinite detention, or racial profiling in fighting “terrorism.”
- Neither candidate is interested in fighting for a living wage. In fact neither are really committed beyond lip service to raising the minimum wage of $7.25 an hour – which, if it kept pace with inflation since the 1960s should be about $10 an hour.
- Neither candidate was interested in arresting Osama bin Laden and having him tried in court.
- Neither candidate will declare they refuse to bomb Iran.
- Neither candidate is refusing to take huge campaign contributions from people and organizations.
- Neither candidate proposes any significant specific steps to reverse global warming.
- Neither candidate is talking about the over 2 million people in jails and prisons in the US.
- Neither candidate proposes to create public jobs so everyone who wants to work can.
- Neither candidate opposes the nuclear power industry. In fact both support expansion.
Morning Joe co-host JOE SCARBOROUGH, commenting on Mitt Romney’s “47 Percent” remarks.
I don’t think Joe realizes that Mitt doesn’t see those folks at all.
p sure I triggered the shit out of myself by reading The Bell Jar
I did not think that decision through
“Ōkunoshima (大久野島) (…) is often called Usagi Shima, or Rabbit Island, because of the numerous wild rabbits that roam the island; they are rather tame and will approach humans.”
where I plan to retire.
That feeling you get when your apartment gets too messy to clean and you feel kind of anxious about it but you’re not sure what to do.