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One Mississippi ended up being much more profound than the comedy romp I thought it was going into it. Tig Notaro is magnetic, like, you just want to hang out with her. I love the relationship dynamics in the show between her and love interests and how she navigates her role within her family. Great writing and believable characters. Good show.
And, boom, now I have a bouldering climbing setup in my basement. It was a ton of work, but quite possibly the raddest home improvement project ever and it makes me so friggin happy.
I dreamt of becoming a stunt professional when I was a kid, and it remains, still, my dream occupation.
Gal's brother in Get Out is a pepperface.
@zom So many news sites now have a video that sits and loads and plays, and then migrates downward to the bottom of the page when you scroll down.
I don't want to watch videos, I want to read stuff. I find this really annoying.
Same. I wish I could read Ted Talks instead of watching someone speak.
Why do people care about our nation's debt so much?
Isn't Trump pretty much our grandpa with dementia, tho?
I'm not even fucking kidding. The GOP's healthcare bill is legit named the "WORLD's GREATEST HEALTHCARE BILL OF 2017"
guys have you seen what he called his healthcare package?
@jonbehm I have mixed feelings on this perception. On one hand I think Goodwill is pretty well organized and a great place to pick up clothes which are oftentimes new stuff from department stores that doesn't sell and gets donated. On the other, the perception cuts down the competition for nice stuff.
For records, on the other hand, Goodwill is usually a terrible place to shop
I just fucking hate shopping and want to exercise the least amount of effort to find what I will wear. To be fair, I avoid department stores on the same reasoning primarily opting to shop at small local stores with limited options or online for what I already know I want.