fatpeoplemakemehappy:

thelovelettur:

i thought this was an everything bagel with a ribbon tied around it

fatpeoplemakemehappy:

thelovelettur:

i thought this was an everything bagel with a ribbon tied around it

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letsgettogetherandtalk:

good “vibe” to this new la roux.

bobbyhundreds:

While America nurses hangovers and revels in rose parades and football, President Obama snuck behind the distractions to sign the NDAA into law today.  Although he has made it clear that he reluctantly does so, no one is more reluctant about the act then the socially conscious Americans who recognize the potentially damaging ramifications of “Section D: Counter-terrorism.”
This law leaves wide open a gray area where the federal government can INDEFINITELY DETAIN terrorism suspects without trial.  I am not meaning to be alarmist here, but I do aim to educate.  What the President is signing has long been declared unconstitutional because it foregoes due process of the law. All in the name of the War on Terrorism, which basically means, the government can do whatever the fuck they want (for your safety, of course).
The NDAA scares me for a number of reasons, but none moreso than the Japanese-Americans’ experience during World War II.  Although the United States profusely apologized for it later and vowed for it to never happen again, American citizens (just like me, with Asian features) were uprooted and confined to internment camps because they were suspected of being in cahoots with the enemy.  WITHOUT TRIAL.  
There is a reason why we have due process, why our founding fathers wrote checks and balances into our Constitution, why Americans have been blessed with civil liberties, which are to be upheld to experience true liberty and freedom.  
Shame on you Mr. President.  Oh hey, you dropped your backbone.
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MEDIA BLACKOUT !!! The mainstream news is NOT covering this story — please REBLOG and share this with as many of your followers as possible, IF you are adequately educated on the subject and agree with my sentiments above.
To further inform yourself on the NDAA, you can read the differing viewpoints through the following links and make your own decision. Thanks for reading.
The ACLU:
http://www.aclu.org/blog/national-security/president-obama-signs-indefinite-detention-law
The Guardian (UK):
http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/cifamerica/2012/jan/02/ndaa-historic-assault-american-liberty?newsfeed=true
S. Floyd Mori, Mercury News (Head of the Japanese American Citizens League):
http://www.mercurynews.com/opinion/ci_19413004
Lawfare:
http://www.lawfareblog.com/2011/12/ndaa-faq-a-guide-for-the-perplexed/

bobbyhundreds:

While America nurses hangovers and revels in rose parades and football, President Obama snuck behind the distractions to sign the NDAA into law today.  Although he has made it clear that he reluctantly does so, no one is more reluctant about the act then the socially conscious Americans who recognize the potentially damaging ramifications of “Section D: Counter-terrorism.”

This law leaves wide open a gray area where the federal government can INDEFINITELY DETAIN terrorism suspects without trial.  I am not meaning to be alarmist here, but I do aim to educate.  What the President is signing has long been declared unconstitutional because it foregoes due process of the law. All in the name of the War on Terrorism, which basically means, the government can do whatever the fuck they want (for your safety, of course).

The NDAA scares me for a number of reasons, but none moreso than the Japanese-Americans’ experience during World War II.  Although the United States profusely apologized for it later and vowed for it to never happen again, American citizens (just like me, with Asian features) were uprooted and confined to internment camps because they were suspected of being in cahoots with the enemy.  WITHOUT TRIAL.  

There is a reason why we have due process, why our founding fathers wrote checks and balances into our Constitution, why Americans have been blessed with civil liberties, which are to be upheld to experience true liberty and freedom.  

Shame on you Mr. President.  Oh hey, you dropped your backbone.

_____________

MEDIA BLACKOUT !!! The mainstream news is NOT covering this story — please REBLOG and share this with as many of your followers as possible, IF you are adequately educated on the subject and agree with my sentiments above.

To further inform yourself on the NDAA, you can read the differing viewpoints through the following links and make your own decision. Thanks for reading.

The ACLU:

http://www.aclu.org/blog/national-security/president-obama-signs-indefinite-detention-law

The Guardian (UK):

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/cifamerica/2012/jan/02/ndaa-historic-assault-american-liberty?newsfeed=true

S. Floyd Mori, Mercury News (Head of the Japanese American Citizens League):

http://www.mercurynews.com/opinion/ci_19413004

Lawfare:

http://www.lawfareblog.com/2011/12/ndaa-faq-a-guide-for-the-perplexed/

funnyordie:

Win a Katherine Heigl Autographed Poster!
Katherine Heigl hates testicles. But we love you, so someone who reblogs this wins a signed poster from our Katherine Heigl Hates Balls video!

funnyordie:

Win a Katherine Heigl Autographed Poster!

Katherine Heigl hates testicles. But we love you, so someone who reblogs this wins a signed poster from our Katherine Heigl Hates Balls video!

inverted palm (Taken with instagram)

inverted palm (Taken with instagram)

summer camp

well-fed:

This month is Well Fed’s two year birthday. To mark the two years I hand engraved a limited amount of blades.

They will not be sold. When this video/post reaches 100 reblogs, five random rebloggers will be picked to receive a blade. You can increase your chances by also participating on Twitter and Facebook. Five people will be chosen on each of the three sites.

Only eighteen were made. Each knife will be customized on back with the owners name. For obvious reasons, only US citizens can participate.

terrysdiary:

Lindsay Lohan at Lipp #1

terrysdiary:

Lindsay Lohan at Lipp #1

collegehumor:

“Hey Brother” - Arrested Development Montage

In honor of yesterday’s announcement, here’s one of our favorite montages from the show.

the best.

(Source: College Humor, via ifc)

funnyordie:

FOD Behind the Scenes
Blake Griffin (Funny Or Die intern/basketball superstar) has a laugh with Nick (FOD writer/director) on the set of the Lil’ Blake video.
Someone who reblogs this wins a copy of the script signed by Blake!

funnyordie:

FOD Behind the Scenes

Blake Griffin (Funny Or Die intern/basketball superstar) has a laugh with Nick (FOD writer/director) on the set of the Lil’ Blake video.

Someone who reblogs this wins a copy of the script signed by Blake!

disconaivete:

Zane Lowe just premiered The Weeknd’s take on Florence + the Machine’s new single Shake It Out. It’s very dark and sexy, obviously. No singing from Abel’s part (unfortunately), just additional producing and baller beats by the xo-crew.

Bushwhacked

Bushwhacked

Tags: movie

Babe-alicious

Babe-alicious

(via iheartkatyperry)

Tags: katy perry

high5collective:

The Weeknd - The Morning (music video)

milliondollardeals:

POWERS. IS. COMING. BACK. FUCKING. SOON.

milliondollardeals:

POWERS. IS. COMING. BACK. FUCKING. SOON.