There’s been a couple cartoons about one of the manufactured controversies that slipped through the cracks recently, but rather than comment on any of them I’ll just post this. I don’t know who made it, I got it from Ed Brayton’s blog.
Today Sesame Workshop, the nonprofit educational organization behind Sesame Street, announced a multi-year partnership with Teaching Strategies, the educational company that publishes The Creative Curriculum and Teaching Strategies GOLD.
Learn more at http://sesameworkshop.org/school
my apartment could use a floppy disk coffee table.
She was kicked off the basketball team because of the potential for “drama” her presence created. She’s been vilified by fellow students, called “criminal,” “rapist” and “child abuser.” She was expelled from school. And far worse. She’s facing a lifetime label of “sex-offender,” because the other girl’s parents brought criminal charges against her despite the fact that the relationship was consensual. What’s more, according to Hunt’s parents, Hunt was 17 when the relationship began, but the other girl’s parents waited until after she turned 18 to go to police.
Unbelievably, prosecutors have decided to press the criminal charge.
So the prosecutor’s office in Sebastian River, Florida thinks this is a worthwhile use of taxpayer money and the court’s time.
Fuck everything about this.
Abandoned Amusement Park in New Orleans
I love this on so many levels.
whaaaat more avengers commissions
Men in Black: The Animated Series (1997) Frank Puar
Ben Affleck: Five-Timer
Tonight’s Season 38 finale marks Ben Affleck’s fifth time hosting and his entrance into the esteemed Five Timers Club. This is his first time hosting since November of 2008, just days before the presidential election. His monologues have included cameos from fellow SNL hosts Gwyneth Paltrow and Alec Baldwin. Take a look back at his first four monologues before Ben takes the 8H stage to introduce tonight’s season finale with musical guest Kanye West:
- Season 25 — February 19, 2000: Ben feels overshadowed by Gwyneth Paltrow while she makes her cameo (Musical guest: Fiona Apple)
- Season 29 — March 13, 2004: Ben cashes in on the “Bennifer” craze with a new line of T-shirts (Musical guest: N.E.R.D.)
- Season 30 — October 2, 2004: Ben’s joined by Alec Baldwin who accuses Affleck of stealing his moves (Musical guest: Nelly)
- Season 34 — November 1, 2008: With the presidential election just days away, Ben reflects on some of the endorsements he’s made in the past uses that to back his 2008 candidate (Musical guest: David Cook)