Mitt Romney for Ice Cream by bijijoo
If Mitt Romney were an ice cream flavor, he’d be pralines and dick.
don’t be scared little friends
Roads to Safe Places
“Perhaps the greatest faculty our minds posses is the ability to cope with pain. Classic thinking teaches us of the four doors of the mind, which everyone moves through according to their need.
First is the door of sleep. Sleep offers us a retreat from the…
*waves at pat* he’s about 20 feet from me. i see him a few times a week. cool dude.
My grandparents owned a farm with no animals on it. I was ten years old. It was a big old wooden house out in the middle of nowhere. There was a rotting barn and a dried up damn.
A good setting for a ghost story, now that I think about it.
My grandfather, retired,…
Released today, the new album from The Shins is one that I’ve been looking forward to for a while. After listening to it for about a week, I can say that it pretty much lived up to the hype.
It’s not gamechanging, experimental, monumental, or any other mental, but it is really good. It’s fun….
Best Album of the Year So Far.. just saying.
In January, during the run-up to Russia’s March 4 election, the front-runner, Vladimir Putin, proposed “a canon of 100 Russian books that every school leaver will be required to read at home … and then write an essay about one of them.” Reading, according to Putin, is not just an elective individual activity, but one that has decisive implications for the nation. “State policy with regard to culture must provide appropriate guidelines,” he wrote in an essay in the Nezavisimaya Gazeta newspaper, and culture shapes “public consciousness and … patterns of behavior.” The Kremlin’s duty, Putin explained, is to counter the decline in literacy and restore Russia as “a reading nation.”