1. supermodi:

    don’t give up lil bruh

    (Source: headlikeanorange)


  2. textless:

    St. Mary’s Cemetery, Bloomfield, New Mexico

    St. Mary’s is a small, well maintained Catholic cemetery that sits in the shadow of a huge natural gas plant. 

    The cemetery and the San Juan Basin Gas Plant are surrounded by several other processing plants, and lots of houses.  Knowing there are little kids living across the street from those factories makes me sad. 

    I wish everyone who wants to drill the whole country would come live here for a while first.


  3. shelbysbutt:


    The Live Read of Space Jam with Blake Griffin

    Watch Blake Griffin, DeAndre Jordan, Seth Green, Paul Scheer, Nick Kroll, and more reanimate the 1996 sports classic Space Jam in this all-star live read at L.A.’s UCB Theatre.




  5. (Source: kittyit, via robdelaney)


  6. Anonymous asked: Why are you so vulgar and obscene? That's really cheap and easy humor to draw the nasty things you do and it is really disrespectful to the players on the cards. Some day you will have to stand before God and be punished for all of these immoral things you are drawing and saying. Please quit now and only draw decent comics.


    You know, maybe you’re right…maybe we should grow up and CHANGE THE DIRECTION we’ve been headed. God is always RIGHT BEHIND US, LOOKING OVER OUR SHOULDER and we don’t want to RUB HIM THE WRONG WAY. And it’s not like he invented dicks or anything, right? It’s all our fault that people have to see dicks, and we should SHOW THE WORLD OUR MANHOOD by taking responsibility for our SELFISH ACTIONS. 

    So from now on our jokes will be clean and our KNOBS WILL BE POLISHED. I promise, the DICKS ARE BEHIND US.



  7. I finally finished The Wire. It took two years and four months. I am a pitiful person for not sticking to it better, because the show deserves it and I enjoyed every episode. Just sometimes it’s hard to set aside a full hour to watch one episode. Sorry, Mr. Simon. But really though, please watch it. It’s a fantastic story, that weaves so many people, places and cultures into one coherent line. Drug dealers on the street, some of which you end up having sympathy for; the police who try to catch them, some of whom are just as reprehensible as the dealers; the politicians and school system, the dock workers; all trying to get by in a broken Baltimore. Every character is written and portrayed beautifully, but be prepared to say goodbye to any of them at any time. Who are the good guys and who are the bad guys? It also questions the system in place and if some ever really had a chance to be the good guys. As you’re watching, you’re just focused on the characters and their actions because it’s interesting, and the bigger story can escape you (or at least me, because I’m dumb), but it’ll always reveal itself in due time. Or if you don’t care about that stuff whatever, there are drug dealers, cops and dirty politicians. Watch it.


  8. rapcoloringbook:

    Well, can you? Listen to this while you try. Download the activity here.

    Bun B’s Rap Coloring and Activity Book is in stores now. Please go buy one. There are lots of wonderful activities like this in there. Thanks. Someone should make a movie about your amazingness.

    Rap Coloring Book on Twitter


  9. (Source: phattygirls, via shelbysbutt)


  10. ryannorth:



    Forg, the Winter Frog. (1)


    i <3 steve



  12. comedyexcretions:

    1. Eggs


    Now that’s what I’m talking about.

    2. Breakfast sausages


    'Nuff said.

    3. Orange juice


    Gotta love the OJ. Now that’s what I’m talking about.

    4. Butter


    'Nuff said.

    5. Stouffer’s creamed chipped beef frozen dinner image

    Now that’s what I’m talking about. Gotta love…


  13. (Source: ranchlands)


  14. kanyewesanderson:

    Fantastic Mr. Fox / Black Skinhead


  15. kidmograph: