IF YOU DENY HIM ON TUMBLR, YOU WILL BE FACED WITH ETERNAL DAMNATION.
Leave this adolescent chainmail shit where it belongs: Email and Myspace comments.
Haha, who let christians on the internet?
Hahaha. This reminds me of some asshole text message I got at 5:30 in the fucking morning once. It was like, a Bible quote and then: “IF UR NOT MAD THAT U WERE WOKEN UP BY UR SAVIOR THIS MORNING, SEND THIS TO 15 PPL!”
I wonder what the ratio of fuck yous to i believes make up the 4,500 notes this bullshit has gotten.
I never liked Roger Ebert until he started a Twitter account.
I had no idea he had so much to say, especially after losing his voice to cancer. He’s taken a terrible situation and turned it into something wonderful and it shows in his writing. It’s nice to see that old dogs can actually learn new tricks.
Even though I’ve learnt all about its shit. I want to die before I get old anyways.
I’d smoke if it wasn’t for the health thing. I have before and it tastes LOVELY.
I’m not one of these preachy ‘don’t smoke EVER!’ people, but I’m so glad I don’t smoke. It’s so gross. It taste horrible, it’s really expensive (I’d much rather spend my money on a few CDs a week rather than a few packets of cigarettes) and I don’t think smokers realise how much they stink after they’ve had a cigarette.
i took up smoking for a while, but fortunately i didn’t get addicted and i stopped. i can’t lie and say i didn’t enjoy it though - i did. but not enough to continue despite what happens.
the “i want to die before i get old” shit is so wrong i can’t even say. no, you do get old-ish, and then you get horrible horrible diseases. before these diseases make you die - they make you suffer. emphesema - you can live with it for quite a long time, and you slowly slowly drown in your own body. lovely!
smoking doesn’t just cause early deaths, it causes a lot of suffering first. and not just for you, but for your family and people who love you too.
Time for my first smoke of the day. Thanks to all of you for reminding me.
I don’t care that you have a messy bedroom, that you defaulted on your student loans, or that you have an expired driver’s license. I don’t care that you are still baffled by how Twitter works. I don’t care about your jokey tattoos. I don’t care that you have an overflowing ashtray next to your bed and it looks like a charred version of Sideshow Bob’s hair.
I don’t care that you’re mean to your vegan roommate. I don’t care that your off-brand cell phone with the loud polyphonic ringtone always seems to die right when I want to hear from you most. AND, I don’t even care that your comforter smells like a french fry wrapped in a gym sock.
Once I sink into your couch as you play the “Heartbreaker” record on the living room stereo, I’m all yours.
THIS IS MY LIFE.
I would like to steal that shitty guy’s girlfriend.
“Starting when I was 12, we moved each one of my grandparents into a nursing facility. My parents went the same way. Make no mistake, we all die alone. Now, those cult members in San Diego with the Kool-Aid and the sneakers, they didn’t die alone. I’m just saying, there are options.”—Ryan Bingham (George Clooney) in Up in the Air
They are running together for mayor and city council and this fundraiser took place not too long ago at my bar. It’s nice to see people trying to make a difference on their own instead of waiting around for someone else to do it for them.
So all I’m saying is, we’ve got to close the gap a little bit between the rhetoric and the reality. I’m not suggesting that we’re going to agree on everything, whether it’s on health care or energy or what have you, but if the way these issues are being presented by the Republicans is that this is some wild-eyed plot to impose huge government in every aspect of our lives, what happens is you guys then don’t have a lot of room to negotiate with me.
I mean, the fact of the matter is, is that many of you, if you voted with the administration on something, are politically vulnerable in your own base, in your own party. You’ve given yourselves very little room to work in a bipartisan fashion because what you’ve been telling your constituents is, this guy is doing all kinds of crazy stuff that’s going to destroy America.
And I would just say that we have to think about tone. It’s not just on your side, by the way — it’s on our side, as well. This is part of what’s happened in our politics, where we demonize the other side so much that when it comes to actually getting things done, it becomes tough to do.
January’s full moon is also called the wolf moon, according to Native American tradition associating this month’s full moon with wolves howling in the cold midwinter.
The 2010 wolf moon will appear 30 percent brighter and 14 percent larger than any other full moon this year, because our cosmic neighbor will actually be closer to Earth than usual.
The moon will be at its closest perigee—the nearest it gets to our planet during its egg-shaped orbit—for 2010 at 4:04 a.m. ET Saturday, reaching a distance of 221,577 miles (356,593 kilometers) from Earth.
It’s great to see Mars and the Moon putting their differences aside for an evening of sky art to benefit the earthquake victims in Haiti.
Way to go, guys. You’re truly an inspiration to us all.