awaitingandrew:

Get to Know Me Meme: [3/5 Shows]

     - Whose Line Is It Anyway?

It all started with a badly-timed bald joke.

This fucking show is like laughing gas

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lovesthai:

Swim Colin, swim!!!!!

lovesthai:

Swim Colin, swim!!!!!

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stellarbluejay:

Eight minutes of Colin completely wrecking Ryan’s train of thought and composure repeatedly.

No matter how many times I watch this, I laugh until it hurts, terribly.

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lordwhat:

Ryan being a dope while he’s being introduced.

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20th-century-man:

Looking up Canal St. from Bourbon St., New Orleans / photo by Charles Cushman, December 14, 1951.

20th-century-man:

Looking up Canal St. from Bourbon St., New Orleans / photo by Charles Cushman, December 14, 1951.

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The band has had a few different names over the years. 

(Source: irlziall)

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aseaofquotes:

Kurt Vonnegut, God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater

aseaofquotes:

Kurt Vonnegut, God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater

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kirstendraws:

141/365 - Drunk as Skunks

kirstendraws:

141/365 - Drunk as Skunks

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cinephiliabeyond:

During the weeks after ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ premiered, and controversy raged as to what he had had in mind, Stanley Kubrick gave only a couple of interviews. He agreed to be interviewed by the newspaper BOOKS — “news, not reviews” — on the condition that he could review and edit the transcript. The interview lasted for eight hours, but Kubrick approved only four comments for publication the next day. To fill the half of the front page that had been set aside for publication of transcript highlights, BOOKS published its Kubrick interview as follows under the full-paper-width headline “The Territorial Imperative of Stanley Kubrick.”

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cinephiliabeyond:

During the weeks after ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ premiered, and controversy raged as to what he had had in mind, Stanley Kubrick gave only a couple of interviews. He agreed to be interviewed by the newspaper BOOKS — “news, not reviews” — on the condition that he could review and edit the transcript. The interview lasted for eight hours, but Kubrick approved only four comments for publication the next day. To fill the half of the front page that had been set aside for publication of transcript highlights, BOOKS published its Kubrick interview as follows under the full-paper-width headline “The Territorial Imperative of Stanley Kubrick.”

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