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SurvivingGracefully

nevver:

“…when you’re looking at live footage of a city in your country where people are being ASSAULTED by the police - side with the people.”

Is that your medical opinion? Huh?

mimbeau:

Les Champs Elysées
Paris 1950
(unknown)

mimbeau:

Les Champs Elysées

Paris 1950

(unknown)

fallontonight:

When Don Pardo said my name for the first time I knew that I was really on Saturday Night Live. Until then it all felt like a dream. Sometimes when my sketch didn’t make it to air and I wasn’t in the show, Don Pardo saying my name in the opening credits was more than satisfying to me. I would call my parents or my sister and say “Did you hear it? That’s Don Pardo!” I was honored to work with him both as a cast member and as a host. He was a gentleman and always rooted for me. I will miss him. - Jimmy

fallontonight:

When Don Pardo said my name for the first time I knew that I was really on Saturday Night Live. Until then it all felt like a dream. Sometimes when my sketch didn’t make it to air and I wasn’t in the show, Don Pardo saying my name in the opening credits was more than satisfying to me. I would call my parents or my sister and say “Did you hear it? That’s Don Pardo!” I was honored to work with him both as a cast member and as a host. He was a gentleman and always rooted for me. I will miss him. - Jimmy

theonion:

Architects Of 2026 Market Crash Just Finished A Highly Productive Lunch
thecomicsvault:

Conan The Barbarian Marvel Value StampFrom my copy ofPOWER MAN #23 (Feb. 1975)

thecomicsvault:

Conan The Barbarian Marvel Value Stamp
From my copy of
POWER MAN #23 (Feb. 1975)

italian-luxury:

Bonjour Paris