Hey she’s not entirely wrong. Everyone alive today definitely didn’t die.
Give him a whale piloted spaceship!
To protect their investment. To protect their investment. To protect their investment. To protect their investment. Their investment. Their investment.
Their investment. Their investment. Their investment. Their investment.
A “conservative stamp on history” is clever wording, they can all own this shit.
“no longer the stupid person”
You work for Daily Caller? There’s no framing that in a way that isn’t stupid.
“Only god has the right to grant people rights, so the president believes that such rights aren’t the purview of government. He’s also banning joy, thank you, no more questions.”
I’ll have you know I have lost my shit over many items of fast food, listeria is quite the ride.
Sounds to me like stock photo libraries just became an infinite source of coupons! ....for a shit restaurant
Everyone on Fox Business looks like they just got caught by a nuclear blast and haven’t yet noticed that their entire bodies are made of dust.
This is an absolutely brilliant idea.
It also doubles as a beautiful smokeless ash tray.
He was born to fly, but in the deepest trench on earth, Buck Legstrong will discover the most distant frontier of all, the human heart. (He may also be struggling with divorce issues.)
Pattern recognition tells me he is smiling, but the more I look at the individual parts of his face, the more I refuse to believe it. His mouth is in a solid frown... what the hell is happening?
It is my favorite episode.
“So it wasn’t Dwight after all, looks like I am the killer. You never expect yourself to be the killer. It’s a great twist. Great twist.”
I loved the episode but we have GOT to talk about this Vault Dweller:
The situation is indeed bleak, and you have every right to give up, but passing your own pessimism onto others is a choice you make alone.
Reminds me of the weird direct to dvd sequels of Jarhead that turn the franchise into the thing the original movie was deliberately trying to avoid.
I have never fully understood why companies choose to dive into competition with established behemoths in this way. I mean I am sure there is some logic to it, but surely those customers have already found what they like?
There were so many MMOs that came out in the first decade of World of Warcraft, all trying to…
Even Trump’s White House Herbaburberpalooza didn’t cost 27 thousand dollars!
I find that whole thing with the painting and the story she tells more effective than most adult horror movies.