Lovely Little Place

“Dear haters, you are the cruel, heartless misinformed assholes who would sell America out to Haliburton in a heartbeat, you would rather pay ZERO taxes than you would see a newly born baby get access to quality health care, you cheer when we discuss denying health care to young people with preventable diseases, and you boo when we discuss the First Ladies plan to cut back on childhood obesity. You are a cross to carry and a flag to wrap yourself in away from being the people who Sinclair Lewis warned us about, but I guarantee that if Fox News told you to dress that way you would, because you are the same blind, ignorant and closed minded dunces who drove this country into a civil war years ago because you are bound to the notion that some men are more equal than others. In short, the reason I proudly wear my union army hat is because of seditious sell outs like you who constantly fuck over working class Americans so a foreign entrepreneur like Rupert Murdoch can get a bigger tax break. If corporations are people, they are neither American patriots nor capable of love. Just like you.”
An open letter to the people who hate Obama more than they love America (via azspot)

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fallontonight:

Kermit talks about working with Tina 

Kermit the Frog On The Tonight Show

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Monday sucked. This is my solution and dinner. Thank you David Chang.

Monday sucked. This is my solution and dinner. Thank you David Chang.

“Don’t settle. Don’t finish crappy books. If you don’t like the menu, leave the restaurant. If you’re not on the right path, get off it.”
— Chris Brogan (via deadvibe)

Important.

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philamuseum:

“In this nearly square picture, painted near the end of his life, Monet returned to the subject of the bridge, but it has been transformed by his exuberant brushwork and color. An almost indistinct mass, the bridge is engulfed by an arbor and trailing wisteria that had since been added (and which were tended by the six gardeners that Monet employed). Lavishly covered in paint that is caked on the surface in mounds, the picture is a forceful assertion of the aging painter’s unrelenting desire to capture the dazzling effects of the landscape around him.”Jennifer A. Thompson, from “Masterpieces from the Philadelphia Museum of Art: Impressionism and Modern Art” (The Yomiuri Shimbun, 2007), p. 78.“Nympheas, Japanese Bridge,” 1918–26, by Claude Monet

philamuseum:

“In this nearly square picture, painted near the end of his life, Monet returned to the subject of the bridge, but it has been transformed by his exuberant brushwork and color. An almost indistinct mass, the bridge is engulfed by an arbor and trailing wisteria that had since been added (and which were tended by the six gardeners that Monet employed). Lavishly covered in paint that is caked on the surface in mounds, the picture is a forceful assertion of the aging painter’s unrelenting desire to capture the dazzling effects of the landscape around him.”

Jennifer A. Thompson, from “Masterpieces from the Philadelphia Museum of Art: Impressionism and Modern Art” (The Yomiuri Shimbun, 2007), p. 78.

Nympheas, Japanese Bridge,” 1918–26, by Claude Monet

peoplemag:

How’s this for a selfie: Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Vice President Joe Biden, hamming it up at the White House State Dinner.
Two Veeps are totally better than one, right?

THE BEST.

peoplemag:

How’s this for a selfie: Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Vice President Joe Biden, hamming it up at the White House State Dinner.

Two Veeps are totally better than one, right?

THE BEST.

“Don’t plant your bad days. They grow into weeks. The weeks grow into months. Before you know it, you got yourself a bad year. Take it from me - choke those little bad days. Choke ‘em down to nothing.”
— Tom Waits (via themilkywhiteway)

Wow. I needed this quote for 2013. So powerful.

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mommapolitico:

Ah, Christie. What a charmer. Friggin thug.

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