I want to believe that Abed has crazy adventures while not with the group and that explains why he’s in captain america: the winter soldier
Dan Clevenger, the mayor of the town where the KC JCC shooter lived, in an interview with local news outlet KSPR33.
The article also talks about how Clevenger wrote a letter to the editor of the local paper about ten years ago talking about the “Jew-run medicine” and the “Jew-run government backed banking industry” scams that were bankrupting and destroying America.
I posted an article earlier today that described their friendly relationship and expressed my shocked disgust that Clevenger would consider the shooter a pal.
Not so shocked now.
NOOO THE CUTE BABY KITTY THING IS HURT
THIS MOTHERFUCKER SHOULD’VE STAYED HURT
The True Madoka Experience
- Move it!
- Chinese speaking Chinese
- Well he’s an old man
- Peco’s weird face
- Peco’s weird moves
- Engrish, at least he tried
- You can tell they’re good friends
- But that’s what we came here for?
- Sticky rubber
- Smile’s too sweet
i apparently go to bird school
which is for birds
The dialogue’s intentionally stylized. The original assignment was to write something with very concise, Hemingway-style dialogue. Given the outrageous laughter of my fellow classmates AND the producer of Avenue Q (who was in class the day we performed my first draft), it seems like it worked.
The N word was used in my play by a very racist character to illustrate said racism. Is it OK to use it as such? I know people have mixed feelings about when, say, Tarantino uses the word in his writing. There is a conversation to be had. But I don’t think it’s to be had with a racist white guy.
Also, the character was inspired by you, not a “copy,” and yeah, you’re not convincing anyone.
First off, what the fuck is the Mall Fight gang?
Second of all, LOL. Draven, who inspired the villain in this play I wrote (http://bullshit-incorporated.tumblr.com/post/81373129106/my-play-cut-for-length-we-just-recently-got), is now offering me writing advice.
Noah received a C grade from the Cinemascore audience polling service on its opening weekend, but I can’t imagine many of the polled individuals giving it a mere C. As was the case with The Wolf of Wall Street, the last big controversial wide release to get a C Cinemascore, I imagine there’s a lot of people who gave it very high grades and a lot of people who gave it very low ones, with very few…
Fun April Fool’s Day Prank: create an organization dedicated to curing something that isn’t a disease, and convince millions of people to donate to it, effectively silencing the demographic you claim to be helping.
this is illegal.
I have some bad news for you, friend.