Miranda Kerr loves to dress Flynn in horizontal stripes, and, frankly, he looks a little too much like the boy from The Addams Family for that to be a good idea.
(By the way, I saw The Addams Family musical, but only to heckle Brooke Shields. It was terrible.)
Jamie, your daughter and Orlando Bloom’s son share a name! Match made in heaven, obvs.
may your knuckles be as red as roses,
may blue always be your skies.
and even when your hair turns to gray,
may your flag never be white.
may you always see the color,
even in the dark of night.
yeah, if this life is just a canvas…
watch me paint it with my eyes.
-alexander michael deleon
Okay, you know what? This is legit great. I will give props where props are due, and this is legit great.
OH GOD IT’S SO TRUE >:(
My name is Kelly Schomburg, I’m the girl with the red hair in these pictures. I was protesting at the Occupy Wall Street march yesterday when I and several other women were sprayed with mace and subsequently arrested. Many have already seen the video, which has been spreading like wildfire over twitter, Facebook, tumblr, and other video feeds, along with hundreds of other photos and videos. This is my recount of what happened.
You wanna add another candidate? It’s like the Republican primary is like a season of American Idol in reverse, where every week, you just add another idiot. …First you guys wanted (Michele) Bachmann, then (Rick) Perry — now (Chris) Christie? You know what, Republican base? Meet me at camera three!
(To camera three.) Have you ever considered the possibility that maybe your candidates aren’t the problem — maybe it’s you? You’re hard to please or figure out! You’re unrealistic! I mean, you’re pro-life, yet — (rolls tape of GOP members applauding Texas’s death penalty) — what was that? You’re afraid of ‘death panels,’ yet for uninsured coma patients — (rolls tape of GOP members shouting ‘YEAH!!!’ when Ron Paul was asked if a patient without health insurance should be allowed to die) — that’s the crowd: ‘YEAH!!!’ You guys ‘support the troops’ — well except for Captain Creatine over here (rolls tape of gay U.S. Army soldier who asked GOP candidates if they’d repeal DADT — and was booed by GOP debate crowd).
It’s like the Republican base is at war with its own talking points: ‘I want someone who’s gonna cut taxes — and balance the budget! Someone who’s a skilled orator — that doesn’t talk all fancy! The child of poor immigrants — who will build a fence to keep them out of this country! Someone who’s strong enough for a man — but Ph-balanced for a woman!
…It’s like your ideal candidate is a rare, super-heavy element that can only exist in a particular particle accelerator. And even then, only for a fraction of a second. Before you all remember how much you hate science.
You guys need to take a long, hard look in the mirror, and not come away thinking ‘Hey, there’s something wrong with this mirror.’” —JON STEWART, on media-fed rumors that New Jersey governor Chris Christie may enter the GOP presidential race — as well as the hypocritical sentiments of the Republican party — on The Daily Show (via inothernews)
Admitting that you wanted a husband — much less that you were distraught you didn’t have one — seemed like a betrayal of feminism. We were supposed to be better than this. (Not that any actual feminists said it was so awful to want a relationship. The e-mails we received from NOW and Planned Parenthood focused on reproductive rights and equal pay, not dating and marriage.)
Like single women everywhere, I had bought into the idea that the problem must be me, that there was some essential flaw — arrogance, low self-esteem, fear of commitment — that needed to be fixed. I needed to be fixed.” —
pardon me, i’ll just be over here in the corner whimpering about being FOREVER ALONE, because seriously, nyt? find the right guy, huh? really?
Q: The superhero accoutrements, if you like – the toothpick and the gloves – that could have so easily tipped over into quite cheesy territory, yet it somehow works. Where did those come in?
A: It just naturally flows through the channels of creativity.
Q: But were they things you spoke about together, you and Gosling?
A: Oh, we’re telekinetic. We don’t even have to talk. We just looked at each other and things came about. Ideas. And that was it. Like we were the same person.” —Nicolas Winding Refn interview: Drive, Logan’s Run, Ryan Gosling and more - Den of Geek
“The Boy Scout Pledge,” Michael Glatze
read My Ex-Gay Friend - NYTimes.com because it’s thought-provoking and non-judgmental