ccindecision: Dan: I wasn’t sure if Coxsackie was an already-played-out funny name due to its proximity to New York City. Mary: I’d never heard of Coxsackie before, but then again I am from Maine. Eh, whatever. Coxsackie is about as close to a timeless joke as it gets. I grew up near Coxsackie, and it never ever gets old.
Yes: it was the hoodie’s fault. A hooded sweatshirt can make an innocent teen...– STEPHEN COLBERT, on Fox “News” contributor Geraldo Rivera’s contention that wearing a hoodie is what led to Trayvon Martin’s murder, on The Colbert Report (via inothernews)
Happy 100th birthday red line. Now I understand why you break down so much and call me by your other grandkids names.
Ugh, tonight makes me think of ben folds “redneck past”
[W]e’re the ones demanding change, and we’re the ones who keep fighting for it....– Mother Jones - Liberals Started the Culture War, and We Should Be Proud of Continuing It (via abaldwin360)
The Republicans love to say that the Democratic Party is ruled by ‘special...– Geraldine Ferraro (via foulmouthedliberty)
Guess who just scored two tickets to see Radiohead...
Someone else can’t want a good life for you. You have got to want it for...– Jeniffer “Savage Inequalities” by Kozol (via who-steen)
helenasund: I wish I could just rip my hair out. But that would probably just make it itch even more. And I’d get even more awkward questions. I’ve often thought about shaving my head…but i’m deathly afraid of what the plaques actually look like.