"Weed and underage women are a bad combination"Nope, pretty sure underage women alone would’ve gotten the job done.

"Weed and underage women are a bad combination"

Nope, pretty sure underage women alone would’ve gotten the job done.

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hoshispades:

hoshispades:

everybodys got a water buffalo 

stop stop right this instant what do you think youre doing

you cant say everyones got a water buffalo everyone does not have a water buffalo we’re going to get nasty letters saying wheres my water buffalo why dont i have a water buffalo and are you prepared to deal with that i dont think so stop being so silly

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shittier:

who is she

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Everybody get up.

Everybody get up.

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owlturdcomix:

We go forward.

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Execute…Order 66

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montypla:

I am still not used to Dan Ryckert being in Giant Bomb videos instead of Game Informer. It’s like if Paul McCartney suddenly joined The Rolling Stones.

Whooooa there, buddy. I think you mean it’s like if Keith Richards suddenly joined the Beatles.

Halt and Catch Fire

Halt and Catch Fire was always going to be cool. That much was clear from the first TV ads, set to Sweet Dreams by Eurythmics. Come for the hot jams, stay for the manic-hacker-dream-punk! But early episodes had some major believability problems. The plot lines were just fine: all corporate espionage and refreshingly accurate engineering feats. It was those same super-cool characters that were the problem.

See, Cameron (the aforementioned dream punk) is introduced as an outcast, not to just the business world, but to her own generation. So why, just a couple episodes later, does she run into random punks on the street, accompany them to a party, and then realize she’s outgrown some of her punkiness? Meanwhile, Joe “hottie-with-a-mysteriously-scarred-body” McMillan is hitting baseballs inside his apartment whenever he gets a free, angsty moment.

For the first 3-4 episodes, these characters were actively fighting development. Cameron would be consistently rewarded for her deviance, and when she wasn’t, she’d entertain the audience with a sex scene. Joe would stack lies so high they defied gravity, and then never really reveal why he lied in the first place.

Which brings me to episode 6, Landfall, written by Zack Whedon (of the TV-Savior Whedons). Just as the coolness novelty was starting to wear thin, we are rewarded with legitimate human interaction. Cameron has a good idea! But she steps on people’s toes to get it done and feels guilty! Joe gets called out for his lies! And instead of moping in some alien fashion, he displays relatable insecurity! Whedon shows that all the pieces were in place, they just needed to be assembled properly.

Of course, for the entire run, Gordon has been a real, flawed human being, and Donna has been an absolute goddess in every way possible. If you haven’t been watching, I give you permission to start. If you have been, it no longer has to be a guilty pleasure.

pppizza:

Neverending Pizza

Pizza, round, magic as can beeeeeeeeeee
On your plate: the pizza of your dreeeeeeaaam
Make believe it’s everywhere
Bite into a slice
Slingin’ up some lyrics
You’re a dancer to a 
Neverending Piiii-zzaaaaa
Aaaahhh, aaaahh, aaaahhh

Eat a piece, eat a fantasyyyyyyyy
Dream a dream: and pepperoni pleeeeeeeeaaaaase
Slices don’t keep secrets
You can fold it up and chow
And there upon the calzone…!
Is your answer to a
Neverending Piiii-zzaaaaa
Aaaahhh, aaaahh, aaaahhh
PIIIIII-ZZAAAAAAAAA!!!
Aaaahhh, aaaahh, aaaahhh!!!

[harpsichord bridge]
[electric bridge to pizzatown]

Vol-un-teer, for pizza take-awaaaaaaaaaayyyyyyy
In your hands: the birth of a buff-eeeeettttt
Slices don’t keep secrets
You can fold it up and chow
And there upon the calzone…!
Is your answer to a
Neverending Piiii-zzaaaaa
Aaaahhh, aaaahh, aaaahhh
Neverending Piiii-zzaaaaa
Aaaahhh, aaaahh, aaaahhh
Neverending Piiii-zzaaaaa
Aaaahhh, aaaahh, aaaahhh
Neverending PIIIIII-zzaaaaa
Aaaahhh, aaaahh, aaaahhh
Neverending Piiii-zzaaaaa

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ArtistJenn Frank
TitleNeverending Pizza
Albumpppizza.tumblr.com