Is that what you were meaning though? I honestly feel like I’m suffocating. I don’t even recognize this country anymore. I hate it.
Anyone else feeling a bit overwhelmed by the continually trashy escalation of this country’s oppressive nonsense?
Not sure if you need a bender or to go out and get laid or what?
But that something’s just 100 shades of wrong with the universe these days?
This week I got to help screen bones from a mastodon fossil pit and tonight I’m seeing the band mastodon. I was told this is a Dad joke, but I think it’s pretty damn cool.
By the next SNS, Duckling will be a high school graduate.
Got some cool books for good prices. Managed to kick my ass to clean all the floors in the house. A surprise gift I sent to a friend went over well.
Admittedly— at the risk of dragging this thread down— I’m still feeling a bit depressed about random things, or at least having a lot of NOPEing out of life tendencies,…
I’m going to a wedding in July. Glad to see some inspiration for the (as yet unpurchased) fascinator I’m planning on wearing.
What have you done recently to help demoralize a cop into accidentally and begrudgingly taking a more responsible and humane approach to policing? Sound off in the comments.
“Leaving the gun in the stall” sounds like a euphemism for erectile dysfunction.
So really that mosque everyone at FN was worried about is actually Oliver North’s office? Funny that the guy responsible for Iran-Contra would have his office converted to a Muslim prayer space. Seems kinda poetic.
Use this instead:
It took them that long for the same reason they were checking it at all.
Political art doesn’t always involve the people it represents, but artist Mel Chin isn’t one to let them take a back seat in his pieces. He immerses himself in the communities that inspire him—like Flint, Michigan. One of his latest pieces, “Flint Fit,” took that city’s environmental crisis and turned it into…
No, it will make Watergate look like an ingenious feat of planning by criminal masterminds.
Unfortunately it’s lost to the Chicago Tribune’s website, which I believe is just a couple hundred punch cards connected by string.
This is the only reason I took my ex husbands name when we married. I disliked my father and his family so much that changing my last name was purely to disassociate myself from them and less to do with being traditional in anyway. In fact when we divorced I kept my married name, again for the above reason only.
Leg days are for liberals.
On Thursday, 22-year-old Keeven Robinson died shortly after a chase and “brief struggle” with narcotics detectives from the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office in Louisiana.
It’s 3 p.m.! Let The A.V. Club briefly make use of the waning hours of your productivity with some pop culture ephemera pulled from the depths of YouTube.