You know how sometimes you mention something on Twitter and generic related accounts spam-follow you?
I had a SPOKEN PHONE CONVERSATION about playing a divorce lawyer in something, and then I got followed by these.
That’s creepy and disturbing.

You know how sometimes you mention something on Twitter and generic related accounts spam-follow you?

I had a SPOKEN PHONE CONVERSATION about playing a divorce lawyer in something, and then I got followed by these.

That’s creepy and disturbing.

Tags: twitter

toyns:

iamachilles:

anthonyking:

Fun.

Time to schedule a trip to L.A., I guess

Blam!

One time I noticed that the Dillinger website was still up years after the team had ended, and I signed up for the mailing list and left a comment saying it was cool that the website still existed, and Brett Christensen emailed me back and said “I guess I remain eternally optimistic about the possibility of a reunion show. And now that you’re on the mailing list, you’ll be among the first to know if my dreams come true.” I like when improv dreams come true.

toyns:

iamachilles:

anthonyking:

Fun.

Time to schedule a trip to L.A., I guess

Blam!

One time I noticed that the Dillinger website was still up years after the team had ended, and I signed up for the mailing list and left a comment saying it was cool that the website still existed, and Brett Christensen emailed me back and said “I guess I remain eternally optimistic about the possibility of a reunion show. And now that you’re on the mailing list, you’ll be among the first to know if my dreams come true.” I like when improv dreams come true.

I’m going to have to reblog this every time someone thinks I’m over-prioritizing the war on drugs as a political issue and dismisses it as frivolous. So like, daily.

(Source: sandandglass, via khealywu)

mattfisher:

Toothpaste For Dinner comic: imaginary map book

THANK YOU.

mattfisher:

Toothpaste For Dinner comic: imaginary map book

THANK YOU.

(Source: tumblr.com)

Jewish and goyish

rahulmishra:

Dig: I’m Jewish. Count basie’s Jewish. Ray Charles is Jewish. Eddie Cantor’s goyish. B’nai B’rith is goyish; Hadassah, Jewish.

If you live in New York or any other big city, you are Jewish. It doesn’t matter if you are catholic; if you live in New York, you’re Jewish. if you live in Butte, Montana, you’re goyish even if you’re Jewish.

Kool-Aid is Goyish. Evaporated milk is goyish even if the Jews invented it. Chocolate is Jewish and fudge is goyish. Fruit salad is Jewish. Lime Jell-o is goyish. Lime soda is very goyish.

All Drake’s cakes are goyish. Pumpernickel is jewish and, as you know, white bread is very goyish. Instant potatoes, goyish. Black-cherry soda’s very Jewish, macaroons are very Jewish.

Negroes are all Jews, Italians are all Jews. Irishmen who have rejected their religion are Jews. Mouths are very Jewish. And bosoms. Baton-twirling is goyish.

Underwear is definitely goyish. Balls are goyish. Titties are Jewish.

Celebrate is a goyish word. Observe is a Jewish word. Mr and Mrs. Walsh are celebrating Christmas with Major Thomas Moreland, USAF (ret.), while Mr and Mrs Bromberg observed Hannukah with Goldie and Arthur Schilindler from Kiamesha, New York.

— Lenny Bruce

Intro to The Autograph Man by Zadie Smith

My parents met in community college via my father dressing as Santa every year at the fraternity/sorority Christmas party. That’s my father. This is the reason I exist.
I still think my parents were more or less Starburns and Annie.

My parents met in community college via my father dressing as Santa every year at the fraternity/sorority Christmas party. That’s my father. This is the reason I exist.

I still think my parents were more or less Starburns and Annie.

Tags: mom dad

My parents at a frat party in 1971. He’s 21, she’s 18.

My parents at a frat party in 1971. He’s 21, she’s 18.

Tags: mom dad

My mother just sent me a bunch of photos she found from the ’70s, from out of nowhere. The subject of this email was “Mom & Dad disco dancing 1970 something”.

My mother just sent me a bunch of photos she found from the ’70s, from out of nowhere. The subject of this email was “Mom & Dad disco dancing 1970 something”.

Tags: mom dad

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