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imdoingstuffandthingslori:

lesmiserablephantom:

totallynotmisha:

damianmcgintleman:

twerker:

2013 is the first year since 1987 to have different numbers

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what about 1982
1983
1984
1985
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1986 Hmmm

since 1987. 

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egberts:

egberts:

i deleted my blog and tumblr immediately asked me if i want to sign up again

everyone thought i deleted this blog, the blog i posted this on, the blog that is currently still active….
megasonger:

petecodes:

youeatadvillikeitscandy:

The ever intimidating graphics of the pre 2005 era

his wand is sticking out of his sleeve
thorodinbro:

IT’S HAPPENING 
thepoliticalfreakshow:

An Anti-Gay Fan of How To Get Away With Murder & Scandal Tweeted Executive Producer Shonda Rhimes That There Was Too Much Gay Sex On The Show, Shonda Responded Succinctly With Class & Poise, Ending With “Bye Felicia”
Important life lesson: Don’t tell writers, actor or producers of shows you supposedly enjoy that you don’t like the “gay”scenes they depict unless you really want them to tell you what’s what. Especially don’t try that shit with Shonda Rhimes.
The past few episodes of How to Get Away with Murder and Scandal have, yes, featured some characters who happen to be gay having sexual encounters with other characters who also happen to be gay. Unless you are an actual character trapped forever in an early episode of Mad Men, you probably didn’t think much about it.
But as we know all too well, if you poke around Twitter or Facebook or Instagram or pretty much any online forum anywhere, there will always be someone who is disgusted or “fed up” with things that their small, petty minds can’t handle being exposed to. Case in point: Thisdumb tweet someone actually sent to Rhimes.

@shondarhimes the gay scenes in scandal and how to get away with murder are too much. There is no point and they add nothing to the plot.
— D (@Dabdelhakiem) October 19, 2014


Rhimes responded and pretty much shut it all down, with a few tweets:

. @Dabdelhakiem There are no GAY scenes. There are scenes with people in them.
— shonda rhimes (@shondarhimes) October 19, 2014



@Dabdelhakiem If you are suddenly discovering that Shondaland shows have scenes involving people who are gay, you are LATE TO THE PARTY.
— shonda rhimes (@shondarhimes) October 19, 2014



. @Dabdelhakiem If u use the phrase “gay scenes”, u are not only LATE to the party but also NOT INVITED to the party. Bye Felicia. #oneLOVE
— shonda rhimes (@shondarhimes) October 19, 2014


It’s important to note that this was absolutely not the only person who whined on Twitter about the “gay scenes” in the #Scandal and #HTGAWM hashtags when the shows aired. This isn’t just Rhimes taking down just one specific, foolish person. This is a message at all of this “UGH THE GAY SCENES” bullshit that fans of the show have had to endure when they want to talk about it online. This is reminiscent of the “I’m-all-for-gay-rights-but-do-we-have-to-have-it-shoved-in-our-face” bullshit hypocrisy that rears its ugly head anytime LGBT people do pretty much anything in public (except act as sassy sidekicks on Sex and the City, but I’ll save that rant for another time).
But even better than that is Rhimes’ follow up tweet on the matter:

I love all you Tweeples. Even the ones who still need to grow. And remember that at some point, someone discriminated against you too.
— shonda rhimes (@shondarhimes) October 19, 2014


Nailed it.

Also, for the record, THIS is the only scene true fans of How to Get Away With Murder were freaking out about last week. [The Nine Words That Change Everything scene]
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Source: Rebecca Rose for Jezebel
bosxe:

perfectvic:

LITERALLY MY FAVORITE

This is so much better than any russian roulette or “poison cookie” analogy.

“You educate a man; you educate a man. You educate a woman; you educate a generation.”
and this is what the western news doesn’t show. Educated and Covered Muslim women are unimaginable for them.