king shit of fuck mountain is a pretty nice title but it’s a little proud. what about like, vizier of coitus mesa?

i worked pretty hard today so i’m rewarding myself with a milkshake and doing important research for my friends

which describes how i’m feeling at this time

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some how i ended up on this dncc mailing list and the letters i’ve been getting begging for donations are so fetch. fuck off cretins.

some how i ended up on this dncc mailing list and the letters i’ve been getting begging for donations are so fetch. fuck off cretins.

Unironically love Viper

Unironically love Viper

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fussybabybitch:

usatoday:

Is there anything better than Free Slurpee Day?

Access to basic health care

fussybabybitch:

usatoday:

Is there anything better than Free Slurpee Day?

Access to basic health care

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besturlonhere:

rand paul launches presidential campaign by releasing world’s most convoluted coloring book

who wants to start a pool about how long it takes for someone to find the first instance of plagiarism in it? this could be fun.

besturlonhere:

rand paul launches presidential campaign by releasing world’s most convoluted coloring book

who wants to start a pool about how long it takes for someone to find the first instance of plagiarism in it? this could be fun.

egotisticalgiraffe:

in other news, magic beans are growing towards the heavens at incredible rates, the likes of which we’ve never seen. soon we’ll all live in cloud houses on top of clouds in the sky. because that rising tide lifts all boats, or something, is what i heard. am i right? or did i mean a rising tide drowns everyone who can’t afford a luxury super yacht. or am i talking about climate change rising tides. i don’t even know.

when i saw vivian reblog this, i just thought of something. henrik ibsen’s the master builder.

HILDA.

[Looks smilingly at him, shakes her head a little, pouts, and speaks
as if to a child.] Builders—they are such very—very stupid people.


SOLNESS.

Yes, no doubt they are stupid. But now tell me what it is—the
loveliest thing in the world—that we two are to build together?


HILDA.

[Is silent a little while, then says with an indefinable expression
in her eyes.] Castles in the air.


SOLNESS.

Castles in the air?


HILDA.

[Nods.] Castles in the air, yes! Do you know what sort of thing a
castle in the air is?


SOLNESS.

It is the loveliest thing in the world, you say.


HILDA.

[Rises with vehemence, and makes a gesture of repulsion with her
hand.] Yes, to be sure it is! Castles in the air—they are so
easy to build, too—[looks scornfully at him]—especially for the
builders who have a—a dizzy conscience.


SOLNESS.

[Rises.] After this day we two will build together, Hilda.


HILDA.

[With a half-dubious smile.] A real castle in the air?


SOLNESS.

Yes. One with a firm foundation under it.

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todaysdocument:


"…the conduct of the Senator from Wisconsin, Mr. McCarthy, is unbecoming a Member of the United States Senate, is contrary to senatorial traditions, and tends to bring the Senate into disrepute, and such conduct is hereby condemned."

congressarchives:

Senator Joseph McCarthy (R-WI) caught the attention of the nation during a speech in West Virginia on February 9, 1950 in which he claimed he held in his a hand a list of 205 names of people who were Communists working in the State Department. While not everyone was convinced of McCarthy’s allegations, he remained unscathed by numerous Senate investigations into his various claims of communism in the government.
In 1952, McCarthy was made chairman of the Senate Government Operations Committee and the Committee’s Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations. It was as chairman of these two committees that McCarthy waged his full-scale attack on communists in the government. He investigated the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the International Information Agency (IIA), and the U.S. Army. The nationally televised hearings of the U.S. Army eventually lead to McCarthy’s political demise. His brutal tactics and reckless questioning gave his colleagues in the Senate more than enough motivation and evidence to put an end to his attacks.
On July 30, 1954, Senator Ralph Flanders (R-VT) introduced a resolution for censure to the Senate. The resolution was referred to a six-member subcommittee. The subcommittee issued its recommendation of censure on September 27. The Senate began debate on the subcommittee’s recommendation on November 8. The Senate finally came to a vote on December 2. The resolution was passed, 67-22, to censure McCarthy for contempt and abuse contrary to senatorial traditions and ethics.
S Res 301, 7/30/1954, SEN 83A-B4, Records of the U.S. Senate (1157557)


Here’s a positive moment in American history. Sometimes you need a little pick me up.

todaysdocument:

"…the conduct of the Senator from Wisconsin, Mr. McCarthy, is unbecoming a Member of the United States Senate, is contrary to senatorial traditions, and tends to bring the Senate into disrepute, and such conduct is hereby condemned."

congressarchives:

Senator Joseph McCarthy (R-WI) caught the attention of the nation during a speech in West Virginia on February 9, 1950 in which he claimed he held in his a hand a list of 205 names of people who were Communists working in the State Department. While not everyone was convinced of McCarthy’s allegations, he remained unscathed by numerous Senate investigations into his various claims of communism in the government.

In 1952, McCarthy was made chairman of the Senate Government Operations Committee and the Committee’s Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations. It was as chairman of these two committees that McCarthy waged his full-scale attack on communists in the government. He investigated the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the International Information Agency (IIA), and the U.S. Army. The nationally televised hearings of the U.S. Army eventually lead to McCarthy’s political demise. His brutal tactics and reckless questioning gave his colleagues in the Senate more than enough motivation and evidence to put an end to his attacks.

On July 30, 1954, Senator Ralph Flanders (R-VT) introduced a resolution for censure to the Senate. The resolution was referred to a six-member subcommittee. The subcommittee issued its recommendation of censure on September 27. The Senate began debate on the subcommittee’s recommendation on November 8. The Senate finally came to a vote on December 2. The resolution was passed, 67-22, to censure McCarthy for contempt and abuse contrary to senatorial traditions and ethics.

S Res 301, 7/30/1954, SEN 83A-B4, Records of the U.S. Senate (1157557)

Here’s a positive moment in American history. Sometimes you need a little pick me up.

lmao i just read that. what a joke.

i know, right? overmatched was basically the only way i could think to describe it. it’s like a 5 year old trying to to kick a 35 year old’s ass, or something. there’s probably a more clever analogy, but whatever.

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in other news, magic beans are growing towards the heavens at incredible rates, the likes of which we’ve never seen. soon we’ll all live in cloud houses on top of clouds in the sky. because that rising tide lifts all boats, or something, is what i heard. am i right? or did i mean a rising tide drowns everyone who can’t afford a luxury super yacht. or am i talking about climate change rising tides. i don’t even know.

via the huffington post. don’t believe the liberal media. ha, i co-opted a rushism. look at me here.

via the huffington post. don’t believe the liberal media. ha, i co-opted a rushism. look at me here.