"This unaired episode of Cheers was created in the first season, for use by the government to sell U.S. savings bonds. In the episode, Cliff is taking a trip that he was able to save up for by purchasing bonds, which leads to a discussion among the Cheers gang about the merits of savings bonds."
Unfortunately it only aired in China.
I’ve got real problems.
9:21 am • 7 May 2014 • 22 notes
I’m calling it: The Billfold officially sucks now.
Every time I read a feature there that seems relatable it ends with “and then also, my trust fund?”
And I just think the writing is weak now. It comes off as more of a news-aggregator, where the only actual writing consists of “UGGH!” Which I guess is true of a lot of sites these days, but it didn’t start out like that. There was actually a point of view. And when there is a point of view now it’s like, “Don’t be afraid to ask your dad about your trust fund/stock options! It’s scary but he knows best.”
Is this how you pote to shitrage
2:30 pm • 6 May 2014 • 15 notes
Pretty much, yup
glad you are all enjoying a blog about blogs.
"The other night I couldn’t sleep and was up until four deleting blog posts."
i feel like i’m wasting my thirties
“This reminds me, to make someone else’s bloge post all about me,”
This is what happens when you’re busy living.
Cool down, stop acting crazy.
5:47 pm • 5 May 2014 • 29 notes
Beltway journalists are literally the worst people in the world.
8:29 pm • 3 May 2014 • 11 notes
My life has been a total party with Rosie.
8:27 pm • 3 May 2014 • 77,055 notes
Kite Festival. (at Montrose Harbor)
11:10 am • 3 May 2014 • 4 notes
“Once the IV was placed, the process lasted 30 minutes longer than is typical for Oklahoma executions. For 27 of those minutes witnesses were apparently unable to see what was happening in the execution chamber after a physician lowered a set of blinds. Lockett also had to be subdued via Taser before guards could bring him to the chamber.”
Slate on the botched execution of Clayton Lockett
Capital punishment is a shame on the United States of America, and every one of its citizens.
12:35 pm • 2 May 2014 • 27 notes