Posted 4 months ago
fallontonight:


Jimmy’s wearing Shaq’s jacket and it might be the most ridiculous thing I’ve ever seen. 

Equally ridiculous = Shaq wearing Jimmy’s jacket. 

Haha

fallontonight:

Jimmy’s wearing Shaq’s jacket and it might be the most ridiculous thing I’ve ever seen. 

Equally ridiculous = Shaq wearing Jimmy’s jacket

Haha

(Source: bobbymoynihans)

Posted 11 months ago

latenightjimmy:

New Thank You Notes tonight!

(Source: stupidfuckingquestions)

Posted 12 months ago
Posted 12 months ago
menandtheirdogs:

For more than a decade, ‘Simpsons’ co-creator, Sam Simon, has dedicated much of his life to philanthropic work. Earlier this year, he was diagnosed with terminal colon cancer and has since announced that plans to donate nearly all of his ‘Simpsons’ royalties to charity. Thank you, Sam, for the good work you’ve done in your life and for ensuring this work continues to get done after you are gone. http://bit.ly/16a2uPF

menandtheirdogs:

For more than a decade, ‘Simpsons’ co-creator, Sam Simon, has dedicated much of his life to philanthropic work. Earlier this year, he was diagnosed with terminal colon cancer and has since announced that plans to donate nearly all of his ‘Simpsons’ royalties to charity.

Thank you, Sam, for the good work you’ve done in your life and for ensuring this work continues to get done after you are gone. http://bit.ly/16a2uPF

Posted 12 months ago

theatlantic:

In Focus: America in the 1970s, Texas

Day 4 of Documerica Week on In Focus, featuring regions of the U.S. covered by the photographers of the Documerica Project in the early 1970s. Today we visit the state of Texas, where photographers captured images of industrialized waterfronts, small town daily life, impoverished neighborhoods, ranch workers, fun at the beach, and more. The Documerica Project was put together by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in 1971, with a primary goal of documenting adverse effects of modern life on the environment, but photographers were also encouraged to record the daily life of ordinary people, capturing a broad snapshot of America. Come back tomorrow for part 5 of Documerica Week, when we head northwest.

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Posted 1 year ago

Former gay bar in Texas now turns away LGBT patrons

gaywrites:

The Red Room bar in Austin used to cater to an LGBT clientele — until new owners took over last week and started turning away gay customers. 

The Red Room changed ownership last week, and since then, the new owners have advised the staff that the bar will no longer be deemed a gay bar, according to former Red Room bartender Josh Moon. Gay patrons were then asked to leave on Friday night, the first night of operation under new ownership, KVUE News reports.

He said he also heard the man tending to the door tell patrons, “This is not a gay bar anymore, you’re not welcome. You can’t come in.”

The owner says the patrons were turned away because of a private event that night, but the bar’s Facebook page only listed the event as its grand opening. Welp, this is totally uncalled for. 

Nice

Posted 1 year ago
Posted 1 year ago
theuncolonizedmind:

And never think that Allah is unaware of what the oppressors do (14:42)
Rest in peace, Trayvon.

theuncolonizedmind:

And never think that Allah is unaware of what the oppressors do (14:42)

Rest in peace, Trayvon.

Posted 1 year ago
Posted 1 year ago
The fundamental danger of an acquittal is not more riots, it is more George Zimmermans.