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munchies:

A Visual Guide to Making Action Bronson’s Borek
By now, you’ve seen Mr. Wonderful’s how-to video as he makes his childhood favorite, borek, with his aunt. Now it’s time to make it on your own with this illustrated guide. You’re welcome.

munchies:

A Visual Guide to Making Action Bronson’s Borek

By now, you’ve seen Mr. Wonderful’s how-to video as he makes his childhood favorite, borek, with his aunt. Now it’s time to make it on your own with this illustrated guide. You’re welcome.

angels:

A no-look catch. Confirmed: Mike Trout is special.

angels:

A no-look catch. Confirmed: Mike Trout is special.

geekmisconduct:

onceuponahockey:

like imagine how weird we must look to bloggers outside the fandom

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And here are some more examples:

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And this shit

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and definitely these

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This as well

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And the crown jewel,

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but then

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And remember these

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#reblogging and bookmarking for the next time i need to explain pro hockey players to someone

Best.

yankees:

Derek Jeter’s last game at shortstop had a fairy tale ending. 

yankees:

A ninth inning no baseball fan will ever forget.

eltigrechico:

This is a great case of leftists who just know some random ‘factoid’ but have no understanding about things and then just start running around spouting it as if it speaks for itself. This image really has it all. A stand-alone factoid, a vague slogan, and a hashtag that doesn’t seem to mean anything at all! 3/3 For an added bonus, it has an image that seems to imply kids are prisoners? Or that they should be? Or… just what I don’t know, but it certainly tugs at the heart strings. If not the brain strings.
What is this even supposed to mean? California is in financial crisis. It has the most debt of any state in the union. Are these people really trying to imply that Cali should spend $62k per student every year? Also, are they advocating cutting the money spent on prisons, or only on raising the money spent on government schools? Where will that money come from? Also, to what end? It’s not at all clear that spending more money per student will have any significant positive outcomes. This seems to assume that the money dumped into the state school bureaucracy will automatically be wisely and effectively spent. Also, I’d be interested in knowing what they believe the correct ration of per-prisoner to per-student spending is, and how they arrived at that. They don’t seem at all concerned with the reasons for the cost differences, or even conscious of the idea that there might be. Is it obvious that 24-hour a day providing for housing, food, clothing, hygiene, etc of grown men, not to mention the costs of guards, surveillance, etc should cost the same as schooling? I don’t know. Maybe the costs of schooling children are significantly more per student than the costs of imprisoning grown adults, I’m only pointing out that the two things are DIFFERENT and there’s no reason a priori to believe that they should cost the same, and if one has a significantly lower budget, that this is automatically incorrect.
Not to mention that these people seem more concerned with whether teacher’s unions and education bureaucrats are getting enough of the loot, than they are with the fact that California has 200,00 people held in cages, and, if California’s prison system is like the rest of America’s, most of those are there for non-violent and victimless ‘crimes’.
But yeah, let’s focus on backing up the never-ending money truck, and showering some of those great taxpayer dollars down onto the state school bureaucracy

eltigrechico:

This is a great case of leftists who just know some random ‘factoid’ but have no understanding about things and then just start running around spouting it as if it speaks for itself. This image really has it all. A stand-alone factoid, a vague slogan, and a hashtag that doesn’t seem to mean anything at all! 3/3 For an added bonus, it has an image that seems to imply kids are prisoners? Or that they should be? Or… just what I don’t know, but it certainly tugs at the heart strings. If not the brain strings.

What is this even supposed to mean? California is in financial crisis. It has the most debt of any state in the union. Are these people really trying to imply that Cali should spend $62k per student every year? Also, are they advocating cutting the money spent on prisons, or only on raising the money spent on government schools? Where will that money come from? Also, to what end? It’s not at all clear that spending more money per student will have any significant positive outcomes. This seems to assume that the money dumped into the state school bureaucracy will automatically be wisely and effectively spent. Also, I’d be interested in knowing what they believe the correct ration of per-prisoner to per-student spending is, and how they arrived at that. They don’t seem at all concerned with the reasons for the cost differences, or even conscious of the idea that there might be. Is it obvious that 24-hour a day providing for housing, food, clothing, hygiene, etc of grown men, not to mention the costs of guards, surveillance, etc should cost the same as schooling? I don’t know. Maybe the costs of schooling children are significantly more per student than the costs of imprisoning grown adults, I’m only pointing out that the two things are DIFFERENT and there’s no reason a priori to believe that they should cost the same, and if one has a significantly lower budget, that this is automatically incorrect.

Not to mention that these people seem more concerned with whether teacher’s unions and education bureaucrats are getting enough of the loot, than they are with the fact that California has 200,00 people held in cages, and, if California’s prison system is like the rest of America’s, most of those are there for non-violent and victimless ‘crimes’.

But yeah, let’s focus on backing up the never-ending money truck, and showering some of those great taxpayer dollars down onto the state school bureaucracy