20 4 / 2014

ladodgers:

There is only one outfielder in Major League Baseball that makes this play — his name is Yasiel Puig. Watch: atmlb.com/1msIzW1

ladodgers:

There is only one outfielder in Major League Baseball that makes this play — his name is Yasiel Puig. Watch: atmlb.com/1msIzW1

19 4 / 2014

this is, oddly, the first time in my life I haven’t been home for Easter, so I can’t figure out if I should guiltily go to church alone or just watch a lot of West Wing and live vicariously through President Bartlet’s catholic feelings. 

19 4 / 2014

boringrocks:

wingnuttery:

gradientlair:

trichechidae:

Janelle Monae visits Sesame Street. Photos credit to Billboard.

So this is way too adorable. 

I screamed a lot.

I have probably reblogged this photoset three or four times by now, but it keeps getting better. LOOK, THE TWO-HEADED MONSTER IS PLAYING THE DRUMS!!!

(via nevertoooldtolovemuppets)

19 4 / 2014

randombaseball:

Sandy Koufax, post no-hitter.

randombaseball:

Sandy Koufax, post no-hitter.

18 4 / 2014

rubdown:

CHRIS EVANS LAUGHING ALONE WITH PIZZA

rubdown:

CHRIS EVANS LAUGHING ALONE WITH PIZZA

(Source: d-white211, via notsodarling-)

18 4 / 2014

We’ve reached the Wesley Snipes portion of our 30 rock rewatch and Christ I love Michael Sheen

18 4 / 2014

(Source: kalstedom)

18 4 / 2014

18 4 / 2014

where the fuck are my headphones?: the epic tragic love story

17 4 / 2014

(Source: weareduplicates)

17 4 / 2014

lacmtalibrary:

Los Angeles Motor Coach Bus no.3107 on Flickr.
This photograph depicts Los Angeles Motor Coach bus no.3107 with a headsign reading, “Silver Lake Hyperion-Talmadge”, circa 1940

lacmtalibrary:

Los Angeles Motor Coach Bus no.3107 on Flickr.

This photograph depicts Los Angeles Motor Coach bus no.3107 with a headsign reading, “Silver Lake Hyperion-Talmadge”, circa 1940

17 4 / 2014

(Source: tvmiss, via tvmiss)

17 4 / 2014

every time I take our recycling out I’m struck by the inevitable question: christ, do we have a drinking problem?

17 4 / 2014

clracomalfoy:

“Living systems are never in equilibrium. They are inherently unstable. They may seem stable, but they’re not. Everything is moving and changing. In a sense, everything is on the edge of collapse.”

(via joons)

17 4 / 2014