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hey there. this is the blog of one brendan mcpherson. this is where I talk about politics, life, comedy, and other fun things.

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fdrlibrary:

FDR with Fala at Top Cottage, Hyde Park, New York, October 1942

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maximumbuttitude:

maxofs2d:

r.i.p. giant french buttplug

may you go on to plug the great ass in the sky

this country.

maximumbuttitude:

maxofs2d:

r.i.p. giant french buttplug

may you go on to plug the great ass in the sky

this country.

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iloveoldmagazines:

Life
1960 Vol. 49, No. 10

iloveoldmagazines:

Life

1960 Vol. 49, No. 10

missconceptions:

Men are out there texting women photos of their penis. ALL THE TIME.

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nprfreshair:

Justin Simien, director of Dear White People, joins Fresh Air to discuss his new film and what motivated him to make a satire about race relations and racial identity.  

Simien on how “white movies” are just “movies”

"[Recently] Hollywood has gotten more myopic and has to make very specific choices based on how they think the audience will respond when putting a movie through the production pipeline. It’s gotten real crazily bad, I think.

I think TV has gotten it right. Shonda Rhimes has figured it out, getting multiracial casts on television and appealing to everybody. It’s interesting because I haven’t seen that with “white movies,” which most people just call “movies.” They don’t just appeal to white people, it’s taken as given that a white cast represents everyone: A white male in a movie is an everyman type character, whereas a black man in a movie is a black character and it’s a black movie and it’s only for black people.”

'Dear White People': A Satire About Racial Identity Addressed To Everyone

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erlie:

I was looking for reference for bracket fungi, and I ran into this:

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And second I saw that, I was like ”wait, that looks familiar…”.

Then it hit me.

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