And I’m ok with that.
Accidentally clicked reblog on someone’s random post. Ignore that last one if it showed up in your RSS feed. :3
Can’t sleep. Wishing my brain would stop playing all the worst moments of my life on repeat. Would it be weird if I took a shower at 3am?
I promise I’m not always like this.
Amy Poehler on American Apparel (via mollylambert)
Please pardon my dust around here for a while. I switched to a custom theme and I’m having some issues figuring out what’s what while I tweak it.
Ok, I’m not super excited about it, but it’ll do for now, until I figure out something I like better.
EDIT # 2:
Ok, I think I finally like it. Still not perfect but good for now!
That law, as I understand it, was established because they didn’t want people from England to come and usurp the country and be in league with England. I think we’re probably safe from that at this point. I don’t think we’re in danger of having a secret British national loyalist running for president and then selling us back to England or something. We’re probably okay.
—Mike Schur, Parks and Rec show-runner, during an interview with the AV Club, on the anti-Obama “birther” movement, which was the inspiration for episode 4x03 “Born and Raised” (x)
That was the point we wanted to make with this episode—two points, I guess. One is, now that Leslie’s a candidate for office, her life will be under a tremendous amount of scrutiny. Also, for the kinds of things that are uncovered about people over which they had no control, who cares? We should all just stop caring about this. If anyone in the world actually does care, you should stop caring about that. [Beat.] Sorry. That was a little ranty. I got angry all over again thinking about the birther movement.
Todd VanDerWerff - How Girls challenges the masculine expectations of “good TV’