What’s this? An anti-rape campaign that focuses on preventing rape instead of preventing women leaving the house? Holy crap it’s Christmas.
I love that they include a gay couple in their ad campaign. Not a lot (and definitely not enough) organizations and companies do.
i’d like to see stuff like this around a lot more.
This is a great idea, because everybody’s knows that abortions are a classic impulse buy — one of those things you toss into the cart at checkout, like Us Weekly or Sugar Babies! …That’s why I am giving a well-deserved tip of my hat to South Dakota. Now let’s be clear, folks: this abortion law (requiring a three-day waiting period to get an abortion) is not limiting a woman’s rights. As South Dakota Dennis Daugaard said, ‘I hope that women who are considering abortion will use this three-day period to make good choices.’ See? He’s clearly pro-choice, in that he sometimes uses the word ‘choice.’
Now personally, I think any procedure a doctor performs should have a three-day waiting period — unless that procedure is to save the life of a handgun, because in South Dakota, there is no waiting period for guns of any kind! South Dakota backs a woman’s right to choose — as long as it’s between a .45 and a semi-automatic.
Colin: [on Mamma Mia] I think it’s one of the best things I have ever done. People expect me to apologize for it and I am completely unapologetic. Right now I would say, if you asked me the three things for which I am most proud I would say it is A Single Man, The King’s Speech and Mamma Mia.
Interviewer: How hard was it to get you to do the scene that’s used for the closing credits?
Colin: You know what, that may be the reason I did the movie.
Interviewer: You have no shame.
Colin: Yes. I’m sorry, if one thing has come out of 60 Minutes is that we have discovered, we’ve unveiled the fact that Colin Firth has no shame. I am such a drag queen. It’s one of my primary driving forces in life. You cannot dangle a spandex suit and a little bit of mascara in front of me and not just have me go weak at the knees.
There is not a more perfect individual on the planet.
An open note to anyone who reblogged this:
Fuck you all. Do none of you remember Virginia Tech? Have none of you ever hear of Columbine? Northern Illinois University? This is not now and should never be a joke.
I went to college with several people who survived the Columbine shootings. None of them would think this was in any way funny or clever or whatever else you are trying to say by reblogging this. I’ve seen the Columbine memorial and the graves of the people who passed away. My brother was living near Virginia Tech during the massacre there. Many, many of my friends went to Northern Illinois University.
There were 11 school shootings in 2010. There have already been two in 2011.
Joking or not, this is inappropriate and insensitive. Maybe you all should think a little bit before posting something like this.
Craig Ferguson on Charlie Sheen. A valid point.
This is the only thing I will post and/or reblog on Charlie Sheen. Craig Ferguson is a class-act and I appreciated the comments he made about Britney Spears while she was going through a difficult time. No one is here on this Earth for others to gain some sort of depraved entertainment from. The human race lives and breathes as one and it is our duty to look out for one another, not to kick each other while we’re down.