Saturday, February 18, 2017

Love this so much

They're actually talking; dialogue in a Mallick movie again.

Monday, February 13, 2017

Friday, February 10, 2017

Ouch. So much burn,.


Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Alternative humor


MLK's late wife.


Tuesday, February 7, 2017

President Bannon

Also: a white supremacist.


Monday, February 6, 2017

Thursday, January 26, 2017

Word from God


Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Best TV show ever

At least one of the best. And easily top 3 soundtracks. Evaaaa

This is the best version yet.

At least most accurate.


Monday, January 23, 2017

Privacy


Sunday, January 22, 2017

Pretty spot on

Saturday, January 21, 2017

The new POTUS

Wether we like it [him] or not. This is the reality. But at least, this is the truth as well.


Thursday, January 19, 2017

Holy caramba

Monday, January 16, 2017

Do it.


Thursday, January 12, 2017

Autocorrecting life.


With Trump we all lose.

;(

Last night, while American's slept:
The Republican Party voted to begin dismantling "Obamacare." Rather than let them erase the law and its protections in one swoop, Democrats fought back by proposing amendments to save certain parts, like healthcare protections for veterans. Republicans voted against that. (But thanks for your service, vets!)
Then Republicans voted against the rule that says insurance companies have to cover "pre-existing conditions," (so if you have had cancer, diabetes, or heart problems in the past, good luck keeping even your private insurance now.) Then they killed CHIP, which is the Children's Health Insurance Program, which provided health care to impoverished sick kids. Again - they voted against health care for poor kids. (So Christlike.)
The Republicans then voted against continuing federal aid to rural hospitals, which is the only thing keeping many of them open. (I guess the joke's on all those deep-red heartland counties who voted for this one-party rule.) All you pro-life folks - they also voted against contraception coverage. With no health coverage for their pregnancies, more women will choose abortions to avoid bankruptcy. (Oops!) Also, that rule saying you can keep your kids on your private insurance until they're 26? Gone. Democrats also forced a vote to protect Medicare and Medicaid from being reduced, but Republicans voted against those, too. Old people and the infirm - to hell with them, right?
Democrats made them vote on every one of these topics - partly so voters could see exactly what was being voted against. And every time, like clockwork, the Republicans voted against the needs of human beings and in support of profits for insurance companies and tax cuts for the extremely wealthy, which paid for parts of these programs. It was sickening to see the votes unfold.
Democrats argued into the wee hours, but this is life under one-party rule.
If you voted for Trump and his Republican majority, this is what you wanted.
Abject human suffering.
Drink deep. Here is your victory.
Not one Republican offered a single proposal to replace any of these services.
--Anthony Breznican
The Republicans then voted against continuing federal aid to rural hospitals, which is the only thing keeping many of them open. (I guess the joke's on all those deep-red heartland counties who voted for this one-party rule.) All you pro-life folks - they also voted against contraception coverage. With no health coverage for their pregnancies, more women will choose abortions to avoid bankruptcy. (Oops!) Also, that rule saying you can keep your kids on your private insurance until they're 26? Gone. Democrats also forced a vote to protect Medicare and Medicaid from being reduced, but Republicans voted against those, too. Old people and the infirm - to hell with them, right?Democrats made them vote on every one of these topics - partly so voters could see exactly what was being voted against. And every time, like clockwork, the Republicans voted against the needs of human beings and in support of profits for insurance companies and tax cuts for the extremely wealthy, which paid for parts of these programs. It was sickening to see the votes unfold.Democrats argued into the wee hours, but this is life under one-party rule. If you voted for Trump and his Republican majority, this is what you wanted. Abject human suffering. Drink deep. Here is your victory.Not one Republican offered a single proposal to replace any of these services.--Anthony Breznican

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Monday, January 9, 2017

Trumpin the turd.


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World's apart.


Friday, January 6, 2017

Spot on.

Almost eerie how the laugh stops halfway and turns into a cry.


Wednesday, January 4, 2017

So confusing

Ponder that.


Tuesday, January 3, 2017

16/17

And this is apparently, yup, Beckett.