Laugh With Rage

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mallelis:

"Why do you hate men, Stepmother?"
"Hate them? I don’t hate them. How can anyone hate a pebble in one’s shoe?"

Word.

mallelis:

"Why do you hate men, Stepmother?"

"Hate them? I don’t hate them. How can anyone hate a pebble in one’s shoe?"

Word.

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I would like this man to bring me ice cream and tell me I’m beautiful. This seems like a reasonable request.

I would like this man to bring me ice cream and tell me I’m beautiful. This seems like a reasonable request.

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nprfreshair:

15 years ago this month NBC greenlit a “heady, liberal, poli-sci fantasy” called The West Wing. Creator/writer Aaron Sorkin and much of his production staff and cast reflect on the successes and heartaches of the White House drama in the latest Hollywood Reporter. 
Bradley Whitford who played Deputy Chief of Staff Josh Lyman says, “ I always joke with Aaron — and it goes for [Producer] Tommy [Schlamme], too — that The West Wing was a great show about democracy run by a couple of Kim Jong-ils.”
You can check out Fresh Air interviews with John Spencer (Chief of Staff, Leo McGarry), Bradley Whitford and Aaron Sorkin.

Image via NBC/Getty

15 years ago? How is that possible?

nprfreshair:

15 years ago this month NBC greenlit a “heady, liberal, poli-sci fantasy” called The West Wing. Creator/writer Aaron Sorkin and much of his production staff and cast reflect on the successes and heartaches of the White House drama in the latest Hollywood Reporter. 

Bradley Whitford who played Deputy Chief of Staff Josh Lyman says, “ I always joke with Aaron — and it goes for [Producer] Tommy [Schlamme], too — that The West Wing was a great show about democracy run by a couple of Kim Jong-ils.”

You can check out Fresh Air interviews with John Spencer (Chief of Staff, Leo McGarry), Bradley Whitford and Aaron Sorkin.

Image via NBC/Getty

15 years ago? How is that possible?

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powells:

“Once again Marisa McClellan provides us with a great book on preserving in small batches. With all the farmers’ markets, there is an abundance of unique fruits and vegetables available, yet these delicious home grown items come at a higher price than a supermarket. Marisa book allows you to experiment with smaller quantities so you are not spending a fortune on fruit just to get a couple jars of preserves.Try the grape ketchup. It’s wonderful and will change the way you think and use ketchup.”
http://powells.us/1qbatbv 

I went to high school (and grade a school and middle school) with Marisa. She is pretty rad. Even Powell’s thinks so.

powells:

“Once again Marisa McClellan provides us with a great book on preserving in small batches. With all the farmers’ markets, there is an abundance of unique fruits and vegetables available, yet these delicious home grown items come at a higher price than a supermarket. Marisa book allows you to experiment with smaller quantities so you are not spending a fortune on fruit just to get a couple jars of preserves.Try the grape ketchup. It’s wonderful and will change the way you think and use ketchup.”

http://powells.us/1qbatbv 

I went to high school (and grade a school and middle school) with Marisa. She is pretty rad. Even Powell’s thinks so.