an Oh, Hello masterpost of sorts
Gil Faizon and George St. Geegland are two Upper West Side divorcees who enjoy Alan Alda and tuna-based martinis (“tunatini”/”martuna”).
there are a few others, but they don’t seem to be posted online. you should go watch the rest of kroll show anyways.
Comedy Bang! Bang! appearances:
(Live) Walking Tour of NYC (this used to be on youtube but i guess it was pulled? anyways, it’s now on this weird myspace player and you should still watch it because it’s great)
anyways, let me know if i left anything out!
Voters across America are heading to the polls today for state and local elections, and just like in federal elections, big business has been writing big checks to campaigns across the country. To follow the money in your state, see which industry topped the list of campaign contributions in the last election cycle:
Using data from www.FollowTheMoney.org, we mapped which industries gave the most to state-level campaign donors for the 2012 election (ballot initiatives and party PACs excluded) and limited our search to the top business in each state. We also excluded unions, law firms, and nonprofits, since political giving from these entities can be associated with a variety of industries.
It’s important to note that many contributions are made by individuals, and an individual donor’s industry or occupation is not necessarily connected to their giving. We could expect gifts under the category of “Health,” for instance, to include both donations from hospital chains and the personal contributions of doctors and nurses.
To make the map easier to read, we grouped related industries under a single color. “Real Estate” for instance, includes donations by individuals and groups connected to both construction and the sale of buildings.
*In California and Maryland, we have included the industry with the second-highest total of contributions, because the designation of the top industries in those states requires additional reporting.
Switch things up this Thanksgiving yet still support the holiday spirit!
- Go into the kitchen and throw everything on the floor and say, “Lets eat on the linoleum like the pilgrims did.”
- Try hosting Thanksgiving at someone else’s house. Somebody you don’t even know yet! Just knock on the door and appear there along with your whole family, “We’re here! We’re ready to eat!” You know, like the pilgrims did.
- Then, after you’re done eating force that family to move into the shitty corner of the backyard and just live in their house!
…You know, like the pilgrims did!
Anyway, hope your Thursday was different than all other Thursdays. Happy You’reWelcomesGiving Eve or even “Native American Gross Strategic Error Day” or what you will.
|—||Stanley Milgram (via psych-facts)|
Thank you “In The Way” guy for ruining another moment.
If I ever were to get married, I sure hope this guy would be there for just the right moment! Or guaranteed I’ll do this to all the wedding pictures.
Now every time I’m sat at home, listening to the smiths, I think “Oh no, deep down, am I just like everybody else?” “Should I get up and get down and get outside?” Darn you, Frank Turner.
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