Cool story, bro.
2016 called and wants its silly take back
“He has developed a brand that is marketable and he needs to protect that brand.”
he was right to edit you
I think you might want to do more homework.
As a follow up because I really miss playing softball in my twenties, by far the worst thing was coming up with the bases loaded, hammering a line drive into a gap, and getting a single or a double because the guy in front of you runs a 21.24 40-yard dash.
Tomorrow it’s strictly Crosby, Nash and Young
It’s kind of amazing that union leaders like Turco and Patrick Lynch can’t dial it back when they obviously need to. Even in highly polarized and dick-headed New York the majority of civilians would probably agree that something went, shall we say, awry with the Eric Garner arrest, and that this is not how our…
Semantics. Rifles like the AR-15 might as well be considered “machine guns” given how much rifles have evolved since 1934. Definitions for guns, like the 2A, need to change to reflect the role they play in today’s society. Otherwise it gives the NRA a paper shield to use to avoid any scrutiny.
You see, THESE tropes aren’t anti-Semitic, because he learned them from Stephen Miller and Ben Shapiro, so it’s not nearly as bad as the time Ilhan Omar referenced the hook to a rap song.
this is too far down
“Recently I have noticed a lot of people responding to text messages using the “Thumbs Up” emoji. Every time I receive this as a response to a text message it makes me furious.”
I’d never heard of Dundalk before 5 minutes ago, but I now hate it a lot.
The problem here is this:
I am crying laughing at this.
This is not going to get the love and respect it deserves.
If we weren’t all just balls of insecurity trying to get through the next social interaction, how would we know we’re alive?
The media’s pretending like I’m friends with that skank when I TOTALLY kicked her out of our lunch-table and I only talked to her because I felt sorry for her but I was never her friend, eww
There’s no sweetness to the ones in the US; they’re mostly pretty salty, because they’re slathered with butter.