bjerk:

can’t let the people’s elbow get dirty

I thought his right elbow was usually the People’s Elbow, but nonetheless, I indeed smell what you are (were) cooking, sir.

We’ll always have the memories, Carlos.

We’ll always have the memories, Carlos.

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Welcome to Houston.

pewinternet:

In 37 of the 44 countries surveyed in 2014 by the Pew Research Center, half or more of the public disapproves of American drone strikes. Israel (65%), Kenya (53%) and the U.S. (52%) are the only countries where at least half back the use of drones against suspected terrorists.
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pewinternet:

In 37 of the 44 countries surveyed in 2014 by the Pew Research Center, half or more of the public disapproves of American drone strikes. Israel (65%), Kenya (53%) and the U.S. (52%) are the only countries where at least half back the use of drones against suspected terrorists.

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wryan:

John Oliver on income inequality.

Yep, pretty great.

“'Pearl Harbor' is a two-hour movie squeezed into three hours, about how on Dec. 7, 1941, the Japanese staged a surprise attack on an American love triangle. Its centerpiece is 40 minutes of redundant special effects, surrounded by a love story of stunning banality. The film has been directed without grace, vision, or originality, and although you may walk out quoting lines of dialog, it will not be because you admire them.”
The first paragraph of Roger Ebert’s May 25, 2001, one-and-a-half star review of “Pearl Harbor,” a cinematic train wreck I’m currently being forced to revisit. On the bright side, it has been fun to also revisit some of the many reviews that trashed it.

(Source: rogerebert.com)

excitablehonky:

NEVER FORGET

Now compare those sentiments with today’s:
I’m not promising a championship. I know how hard that is to deliver. We’re not ready right now. No way. Of course, I want to win next year, but I’m realistic. It will be a long process, much longer than it was in 2010. My patience will get tested.

Boy’s done growns up.

atlantabraves:

When you win nine in a row, these kinds of things happen.

atlantabraves:

When you win nine in a row, these kinds of things happen.

historywars:

War veterans tribute to war horses. A really nice gesture.


I really enjoy this.

historywars:

War veterans tribute to war horses. A really nice gesture.

I really enjoy this.

(Source: pinterest.com)

Asking for a friend …

Asking for a friend …

taralikesnonsense:

Oh, my heart. 

It’s all good.

taralikesnonsense:

Oh, my heart.

It’s all good.

inothernews:

Chile 0, goal posts 2.  (Photo of Brazil goalkeeper Julio Cesar not needing to do his job since the goal posts did it for him against Chile in a 3-2 shootout win on Saturday by Ian Walton / Getty Images via the New York Daily News)

inothernews:

Chile 0, goal posts 2.  (Photo of Brazil goalkeeper Julio Cesar not needing to do his job since the goal posts did it for him against Chile in a 3-2 shootout win on Saturday by Ian Walton / Getty Images via the New York Daily News)

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