1. funnyordie:

    via Official Redskins Name Change

    Reblogged from: funnyordie
  2. Making the magic happen with his weiner. #cheapskates #extreme #weiner #wiener

    Making the magic happen with his weiner. #cheapskates #extreme #weiner #wiener

  3. shortformblog:

This is how much this man was loved. His Wikipedia page is too full for people to even see.

It also proves how immobilizing mental illness is.  A person can be so loved and still want to end it all.

    shortformblog:

    This is how much this man was loved. His Wikipedia page is too full for people to even see.

    It also proves how immobilizing mental illness is.  A person can be so loved and still want to end it all.

    Reblogged from: shortformblog
  4. This is how all my days end.

    Reblogged from: sagodar
  5. The Myth Behind Public School Failure

    girlwithalessonplan:

    To truly understand how we came to believe our educational system is broken, we need a history lesson. Rewind to 1980—when Milton Friedman, the high priest of laissez-faire economics, partnered with PBS to produce a ten-part television series called Free to Choose. He devoted one episode to the idea of school vouchers, a plan to allow families what amounted to publicly funded scholarships so their children could leave the public schools and attend private ones.

    You could make a strong argument that the current campaign against public schools started with that single TV episode. To make the case for vouchers, free-market conservatives, corporate strategists, and opportunistic politicians looked for any way to build a myth that public schools were failing, that teachers (and of course their unions) were at fault, and that the cure was vouchers and privatization.

    Jonathan Kozol, the author and tireless advocate for public schools, called vouchers the “single worst, most dangerous idea to have entered education discourse in my adult life.”

    I’m grumpy I can’t promote from my phone. But read this!

    Saying private education is better than a public education is like saying ketchup is a vegetable.

    Reblogged from: girlwithalessonplan
  6. whitewhine:

Sorry, bag of milk?
Buy the White Whine book today for a chance to laugh on the toilet!

What the fuck does a bag of milk look like?

    whitewhine:

    Sorry, bag of milk?

    Buy the White Whine book today for a chance to laugh on the toilet!

    What the fuck does a bag of milk look like?

    Reblogged from: collegehumor
  7. On being nonessential ...

    politicalprof:

    So my university is closed today and tomorrow due to the extreme cold/windchills.

    This makes sense: I’d probably have recommended closing school had anyone asked. (Which they didn’t.) Too many people, whether faculty, staff or students, have to commute across blustery plains and through drifting…

    Reblogged from: politicalprof
  8. politicalprof:

    Penn and Teller explain vaccination.

    That about covers it.

    Ht: Stephen K

    #vaccination #myths

    Reblogged from: politicalprof
  9. funnyordie:

 Good Advice

Or it can prove that Chris Christie is misusing his power #politics #ladymayor

    funnyordie:

     Good Advice

    Or it can prove that Chris Christie is misusing his power #politics #ladymayor

    Reblogged from: funnyordie
  10. girlwithalessonplan:

    radicalrebellion:

    Serious question: Has mainstream feminism ever lauded Shonda Rhimes as a feminist icon the way they have Lena Dunham?

    Because for real, Shonda has not one, not two, but THREE successful shows under her belt, is a working mother of three children, and often writes very strong female roles. 

    Am I missing something?

    mmmmmmmm….

    http://media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lvnc8rAL8D1r3zat8.gif

    Buuut, Lena Dunham makes good things. Grey’s Anatomy is painful to watch.

    Reblogged from: girlwithalessonplan
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