asiansnotstudying:

Margaret Cho for Miss Representation (x)

Margaret Cho is always amazing.

(via ladypoints)


fallontonight:

- Thank You Notes; July 25, 2014
[ Part 1 / Part 2 ]

Haaaaaa.

fallontonight:

- Thank You Notes; July 25, 2014

[ Part 1 / Part 2 ]

Haaaaaa.


The world’s 85 richest people have as much wealth as the world’s 3.5 billion poorest.
This statistic was recently released in United Nations report that uses Oxfam figures. It’s also a huge wake-up call for anyone who doesn’t consider income inequality a major issue in global politics. (via micdotcom)

Yay for human nature.



throwingshadepodcast:

For burns, we suggest applying cold water to the affected area.

Here’s the full video!

And click on THIS word for the full podcast episode!

[gifs by Kristin]

Oh Amy nails it.

(via funnyordie)



In America, teachers are either seen as angelic or caustic, saviors or sycophants. These stereotypes enable politicians to convince the public to support the latest education fad or slash needed budgets. The reality is we teach because we love to help kids, and we think literature is a way to examine and understand our complex lives. We do our best to help students inhabit the world of novels. The worlds of those texts might be imagined, but the emotions are palpable and authentic. We do real work in public schools. That, I can assure you, is not fiction.

whitewhine:

I thought America ran on you, Dunkin? I THOUGHT WE RAN ON YOU?!
Buy the White Whine book today for a chance to laugh on the toilet!

White whine…running thru my mind

whitewhine:

I thought America ran on you, Dunkin? I THOUGHT WE RAN ON YOU?!

Buy the White Whine book today for a chance to laugh on the toilet!

White whine…running thru my mind


funnyordie:

31 Tom Hanks GIFs Worthy of Back-to-Back Oscars
The only thing better than these GIFs is, well, Tom Hanks. 

funnyordie:

31 Tom Hanks GIFs Worthy of Back-to-Back Oscars

The only thing better than these GIFs is, well, Tom Hanks. 


clientsfromhell:

Me: OK, let’s start by opening your web browser.

Client: Web browser? 

Me: The little ‘e’ with the swoop – Internet Explorer. Or Firefox, or Chrome, or –

Client: I got it, I got it. Now what?

Me: Now click in the address bar?

Client: Wait, what?

Me: The address bar is –

Client: No, what do you mean ‘click?’