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Classic Data expression 

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Photo 24 Jul 30 notes boldlygiffing:

Season 3 - Episode 17 “Sins of the Father”
Gotta look cool in front of the Klingon

Funny how things are made clear when one second of film is repeated to observe.

boldlygiffing:

Season 3 - Episode 17 “Sins of the Father”

Gotta look cool in front of the Klingon

Funny how things are made clear when one second of film is repeated to observe.

Photo 24 Jul 4,927 notes Awesome!

Awesome!

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Video 24 Jul 195,417 notes

tom-sits-like-a-whore:

who is on your team, captain?

#completely convinced marvel just finds the actual characters to play their parts

Marvel’s casting department cannot be beat. Literally all of the actors are their characters.

LOL Ouch!

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Photo 24 Jul A gif thingy I made using Paint, Windows Live Movie Maker, and Easy Gif Animator. 

A gif thingy I made using Paint, Windows Live Movie Maker, and Easy Gif Animator. 

Text 24 Jul 428,487 notes

damngruchy:

supermassiveasshole:

i was teaching my grandma to use computer so we can talk on skype and such but today she went kinda mad at me because “i didnt show her the knitting programme” and i was like what

and it comes out she accidentally opened ms excel and found out its a great way to create knitting patterns

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my grandma is 82

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LOL this is great!

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Text 24 Jul 16 notes What Would Jesus Do?

teapartycat:

Interrupt someone else’s church service because they aren’t hysterical about abortion?

That’s what these guys did:

Abortion Protesters Interrupt Church Service, Tell Pro-Choice Worshippers To ‘Repent’

Even the mayor welcomed these freaks in the city. WTF? 

Me thinks protests should be held in their church services against harassment and threats.

Photo 24 Jul 17 notes saygoodbye-not-today:

Here’s another sketch of Loki

Nice!

saygoodbye-not-today:

Here’s another sketch of Loki

Nice!

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Photo 24 Jul 1,054 notes thedailyshow:

Just five years old at the time, George Takei remembers vividly the morning his family was ordered out of their home at gunpoint by two American soldiers and taken to an internment camp. “It was a dark chapter of American history.” - George Takei http://on.cc.com/1x7NiwM

I read his autobiography “To the Stars.” He also talks in the book about the discrimination he faced at school after the war.

thedailyshow:

Just five years old at the time, George Takei remembers vividly the morning his family was ordered out of their home at gunpoint by two American soldiers and taken to an internment camp.

“It was a dark chapter of American history.” - George Takei
http://on.cc.com/1x7NiwM

I read his autobiography “To the Stars.” He also talks in the book about the discrimination he faced at school after the war.

Photo 24 Jul 102 notes assholeofday:

Todd Starnes, Asshole of the Day for July 22, 2014
by TeaPartyCat (Follow @TeaPartyCat)
Yesterday President Obama signed an executive order prohibiting workplace discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity. The order only applies to federal contractors. This is after Congress failed to pass ENDA, which would have protected all workers from discrimination on this basis. So it’s a small victory for LGBT groups.
But limited though this order is, it’s not good enough for hardcore bigots who feel that the world will end if employers can’t fire people for being gay. Here’s Fox News’ go-to bigot, Todd Starnes explaining how awful this is:

The mask is coming off of the homosexual movement’s agenda. They really do not believe in religious liberty. They want forced affirmation of homosexual and transgender conduct to trump every other consideration in the workplace - including religious liberty.”
[…]
The Obama administration seems hell-bent on forcing Christians to assimilate to the militant LGBT agenda. Resistance is futile.

You see, to Todd Starnes, firing people for being gay is a religious matter. In his view Christian organizations shouldn’t be helping the poor if it means they can’t fire gays. Hating gays is more important than helping the poor.
But more specifically, here he is saying that the federal government should not be attaching strings to its funds to protect the rights of its citizens in the workplace where those funds will be spent. It’s a peculiar argument. It is not a stretch to say that, absent the Civil Rights Act, he would argue that the federal government shouldn’t attach a requirement on federal contractors that they not be allowed to fire employees for being black if they could cook up some cockamamie religious reason for hating blacks.
And since religious freedom for him only seems to apply to his particular sect of Christianity, he can’t see that what he’s asking for could also mean that a company owned by another religion could fire a member of his sect on the basis of their religion. As Ruth Bader Ginsburg said in her dissent in the Hobby Lobby case

"Approving some religious claims while deeming others unworthy of accommodation could be ‘perceived as favoring one religion over another,’ the very ‘risk the [Constitution’s] Establishment Clause was designed to preclude."

Religious freedom is a private freedom, not a right for one religious group to impose its rules on others.
So, for defending the rights of those who would take federal funds to be able to fire people for being gay, Todd Starnes is Asshole of the Day.
It is Todd Starnes' sixth time as Asshole of the Day. Previous wins were for
comparing transgender people to people who identify as a “pine cone or weed whacker”
whining that the non-white Miss America didn’t reflect “American values”
his overreaction to the Coke Super Bowl commercial
blaming God for his own homophobia
accusing gays of turning St. Patrick’s Day parades into gay pride by participating
Full story: Media Matters

I find it ironic how they whine about religious liberty and the president forcing a “gay agenda” on others while they are fine with forcing their belief in the invisible man who hates gay people on others.

assholeofday:

Todd Starnes, Asshole of the Day for July 22, 2014

by TeaPartyCat ()

Yesterday President Obama signed an executive order prohibiting workplace discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity. The order only applies to federal contractors. This is after Congress failed to pass ENDA, which would have protected all workers from discrimination on this basis. So it’s a small victory for LGBT groups.

But limited though this order is, it’s not good enough for hardcore bigots who feel that the world will end if employers can’t fire people for being gay. Here’s Fox News’ go-to bigot, Todd Starnes explaining how awful this is:

The mask is coming off of the homosexual movement’s agenda. They really do not believe in religious liberty. They want forced affirmation of homosexual and transgender conduct to trump every other consideration in the workplace - including religious liberty.”

[…]

The Obama administration seems hell-bent on forcing Christians to assimilate to the militant LGBT agenda. Resistance is futile.

You see, to Todd Starnes, firing people for being gay is a religious matter. In his view Christian organizations shouldn’t be helping the poor if it means they can’t fire gays. Hating gays is more important than helping the poor.

But more specifically, here he is saying that the federal government should not be attaching strings to its funds to protect the rights of its citizens in the workplace where those funds will be spent. It’s a peculiar argument. It is not a stretch to say that, absent the Civil Rights Act, he would argue that the federal government shouldn’t attach a requirement on federal contractors that they not be allowed to fire employees for being black if they could cook up some cockamamie religious reason for hating blacks.

And since religious freedom for him only seems to apply to his particular sect of Christianity, he can’t see that what he’s asking for could also mean that a company owned by another religion could fire a member of his sect on the basis of their religion. As Ruth Bader Ginsburg said in her dissent in the Hobby Lobby case

"Approving some religious claims while deeming others unworthy of accommodation could be ‘perceived as favoring one religion over another,’ the very ‘risk the [Constitution’s] Establishment Clause was designed to preclude."

Religious freedom is a private freedom, not a right for one religious group to impose its rules on others.

So, for defending the rights of those who would take federal funds to be able to fire people for being gay, Todd Starnes is Asshole of the Day.

It is Todd Starnes' sixth time as Asshole of the Day. Previous wins were for

Full story: Media Matters

I find it ironic how they whine about religious liberty and the president forcing a “gay agenda” on others while they are fine with forcing their belief in the invisible man who hates gay people on others.

Photo 24 Jul 34,176 notes tranpeaze:

But nooooooooooooooo

Holy shit! How can she not know?

tranpeaze:

But nooooooooooooooo

Holy shit! How can she not know?

via Brooke.
Text 24 Jul 15,656 notes When someone tells me they’re “not political”

campaignsick:

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True THIS^

Photo 24 Jul 73 notes proud-atheist:

Prayer – Never Mention Losseshttp://proud-atheist.tumblr.com

They just say it was in god’s plan.

proud-atheist:

Prayer – Never Mention Losses
http://proud-atheist.tumblr.com

They just say it was in god’s plan.

Video 24 Jul 5,632 notes

Awesome GIF set

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