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#jay and adele reacting to chris brown performing



I just need a moment with this gif before everything that’s happening keeps happening. 

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#jay and adele reacting to chris brown performing

I just need a moment with this gif before everything that’s happening keeps happening. 

Thanks to Amendola’s idiocy, we actually could see the 67-year-old Sandusky. We could feel this alleged sexual predator, just like he apparently wooed his child victims with soft talk, attempting to do the same with us in proclaiming his innocence of butt-f—-ing, getting blow jobs, c—- groping, and other depraved acts on eight different minor victims over a 15-year span.

Buzz Bissinger, again pulling no punches, on accused child rapist Jerry Sandusky’s odd NBC interview—and the lawyer (Amendola) who made it happen. (via newsweek)

This was playing on the TV in the gym while I was trying to treadmill. I had to get them to mute it because I felt like I was going to throw up.

Reblogged from Newsweek
Procrastination Theatre: September 2, 2010
Yeah, so my friend still talked me into going to this (not really; I am now so fascinated by the horrible weirdness of the logic that I wanted a better account to take to my ex-thesis supervisor). And, like, the theatre was filled with middle-aged to older women. Like that is apparently this movie/book’s target audience. Which is scary, again.
And then, as we were leaving the theatre, and as I was seriously considering stopping these women and being like, “Um, excuse me, exactly what do you like about this series? I’m honestly incredibly curious but also confused,” we heard two older women talking to each other about the movie. I heard snippets like, “and she survives” “Mmmhmm, yes she does.”
And but so like really? Is that really what it takes for our culture to recognize strength in women? Must we watch a women get raped (in flashbacks), beaten, shot three times, buried alive, but survive before we recognize female empowerment and strength? ……Really? That’s what it takes? I feel like Stan in South Park right now.
p.s. don’t even get me started on the obviousness of the paternalistic storyline plot twist. OH RLY. ITS HER DAD. OH RLY.
p.p.s. but like noomi rapace is a super good actress? pity she’s in such a horrible series.

Procrastination Theatre: September 2, 2010

Yeah, so my friend still talked me into going to this (not really; I am now so fascinated by the horrible weirdness of the logic that I wanted a better account to take to my ex-thesis supervisor). And, like, the theatre was filled with middle-aged to older women. Like that is apparently this movie/book’s target audience. Which is scary, again.

And then, as we were leaving the theatre, and as I was seriously considering stopping these women and being like, “Um, excuse me, exactly what do you like about this series? I’m honestly incredibly curious but also confused,” we heard two older women talking to each other about the movie. I heard snippets like, “and she survives” “Mmmhmm, yes she does.”

And but so like really? Is that really what it takes for our culture to recognize strength in women? Must we watch a women get raped (in flashbacks), beaten, shot three times, buried alive, but survive before we recognize female empowerment and strength? ……Really? That’s what it takes? I feel like Stan in South Park right now.

p.s. don’t even get me started on the obviousness of the paternalistic storyline plot twist. OH RLY. ITS HER DAD. OH RLY.

p.p.s. but like noomi rapace is a super good actress? pity she’s in such a horrible series.