I’m glad there are new episodes to resolve all of the unanswered questions from the first season of Fireplace for Your Home.

I’m glad there are new episodes to resolve all of the unanswered questions from the first season of Fireplace for Your Home.

I would also like to wish everyone a very Jerry Christmas.

I would like to wish everyone a very Maury Christmas!

I would like to wish everyone a very Maury Christmas!

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MY DESKTOP WALLPAPER FOREVER

Kelsey Grammer—star of the famed action television series Frasier—is in the new Expendables movie? I’m sorry Sylvester Stallone, but I’m very offended by the idea that Frasier Crane is expendable in any way.

Wait, what?

Sunday glitching. Messing around with Jeff Thompson’s SeedSorting script and some Photoshop collages of glitched images.

I may have downloaded a trial version of Photoshop to put my four-year-old self in arbitrarily selected famous photos and paintings. I’m really good at Photoshop as you can see.

Here are some more photos from my adventures as a four-year-old.

No big deal, just a photo what of I believe is a four-year-old me flying through space.

Mike Huckabee’s Tumblr went pretty viral.

Same title, wildly different messages.

mittromney:

A garage full of energized supporters surprised the team this afternoon after landing in Pennsylvania. An emotional Mitt turned waved to the group one last time saying “this is when you know we’re going to win.”

This unintentionally apropos photo was the final post on Mitt Romney’s 2012 campaign Tumblr. 

Serious earworm—I have had this song on repeat all week.

In 2007, Ketchum successfully lobbied Time magazine to name Putin its “Person of the Year,” according to U.S. Justice Department lobbying disclosure filings that show repeated meetings between Ketchum representatives and Time staffers.

U.S. public-relations firm helps Putin make his case to America | Reuters

This is why I don’t give any credence to Time's declaration of “Person of the Year,” regardless of who is or is not named.

Today in internet content: Instead of tweeting a screenshot that has already been retweeted thousands of times, Slate made a clickbait post of that screenshot with the only words in the post being “Via Twitter.” The writer didn’t even bother to provide any context for the screenshot, just those two words.
Remember when Slate at least put contrarian opinions and more than two words in their clickbait?

Today in internet content: Instead of tweeting a screenshot that has already been retweeted thousands of times, Slate made a clickbait post of that screenshot with the only words in the post being “Via Twitter.” The writer didn’t even bother to provide any context for the screenshot, just those two words.

Remember when Slate at least put contrarian opinions and more than two words in their clickbait?

Two low-quality screengrabs from a video of current People Sexiest Man Alive Adam Levine performing music in the year 2000. Note the bandana and cargo pants.