Someone really needs to update their underwear drawer.
This is one of those strange-but-true articles. Apparently, toys that are manufactured in other countries and imported into the U.S. are taxed at almost half the rate of imported dolls (in this case meaning any toy that represents a human). Marvel’s lawyers went to court and argued that X-Men toys represent mutants, not humans, and should therefore be taxed at the lower rate. This, of course, counters everything that the X-Men stories have been about for the last (roughly) 50 years. I would have just argued that they’re action figures not dolls.
Aside from a few that were from movies I haven’t seen, I had not “forgotten” anything. Indiana Jones adventures take place in the 1930s? A Muppet Family Christmas? Gremlins is a Christmas movie? Skeletor is muscular? Please, try harder.
I am not impressed.
Ha! I love mimicking Frank Tavares. I just never knew who he was.
For those who say things like ”I’m straight and I think gays are pretty ok!” or ”I’m a man and I think women should probably not be raped!” and expect some kind of reward
Here’s your cookie.
The Last Meal Project | Jonathon Kambouris
Well this is just the coolest, strangest, most oddly heartwarming thing I’ve seen in a very long time.
View the project here.
I love my coffee but having just a cup of coffee as your last meal. That’s so heartbreaking (and I mean that seriously, looking through this made me tear up).
My last meal if I had to choose one?
My family’s traditional Thanksgiving dinner: turkey and dressing, giblet gravy, cranberry sauce, sweet potato souffle, green beans, sweet tea, pumpkin pie (my Nana’s recipe), and then a cup of coffee.
What would be your last meal?