That’s because the America you grew up in… was segregated.– JON STEWART, responding to Sean Hannity saying that President Obama is “literally ripping apart the foundation of the America we knew and grew up in”, on The Daily Show (via inothernews: asprettyasasong) (via rachelanastasia)
Portland #2 in U.S. for Local Restaurants →
davereed: Denver took #1, and #3-5 were San Francisco, Seattle, and Chapel Hill NC via alexpeerenboom: dudesweet_PDX
Wine Woot! →
this will be the end of me…
"O" sign debate delays decision on "Made in... →
thegreg: thoseareturkeys: ryanpurtill: Me: “I don’t think I drink that much anymore.” Greg: “Ryan, your patronus is a keg of Guinness.” Me: “haha I’m sad that I get that joke.” lol This may very well be the single greatest conversation in history.
I just saw a man pushing a stroller, walking a dog and drinking beer from a baby bottle.
I just saw a bearded lady… Oh Portland…
They suck. It’s like being in love with an alcoholic. It’s like, you constantly...– Jim Breuer on being a Mets fan
War does not determine who is right - only who is left.– Bertrand Russell
I understand how easy it is for this town to become consumed in the game of...– President Barack Obama (via soupsoup)
sparklingpants: Romeo and Juliet —The Indigo Girls...
Mets Designate a “Mad Men” Seating Section
hotfoot: brooklynmutt: Theresa Beyer, the vice-president of activation announced an activation coup: the Mets had just agreed to designate a “Mad Men” seating section at one of their games. “Get out of here!” Theano Apostolou, the head of publicity, said.“The exciting thing is everyone in our section is going to have a fedora,” Beyer went on. “Of course, the band around it will have to be...
brooklynmutt: “Personal Jesus” - Depeche Mode
‘Napoleon Dynamite’ Star Gets His Own TV Series -... →
soupsoup: bigscreenlittlescreen: In a project brought to Comedy Central by producers Will Ferrell and Adam McKay, Dynamite star John Heder will star in a half-hour scripted series, playing “an out-of-work computer IT specialist who leaves the big city and returns to his small hometown, where he moves back in with his parents and younger brother.”
The Extraordinaries is part of a new movement that combines tiny technology and...– NPR The Extraordinaries — the tech start-up that focuses on bringing micro-volunteering opportunitities to you wherever you are, whenever you want to help out — got some great coverage from NPR. Check out the article! (via abudak)