Tumblr, how come no one has made a Parks and Rec gif set yet of Craig talking about the pumpkin notes in that wine? Surely I’m not the only one who is in desperate need of this.

nprfreshair:

Terry: You have a masters in human rights from the London School of Economics?

Hari: Yeah, I wasted a lot of money before I decided to do stand-up full time, Terry. 

Hari Kondabolu (pronounced “hurry”) is going to be on the show soon! We wanted to give you a sneak peek at his stand-up. 

His new comedy album is called Waiting For 2042

ashleyeleigh:

testmeyouwillfail:

Dancing John Cho (X)

elizs!!!!

I don’t care what the context is, this makes my Friday. =)

fulltimeprocrastinator:

I don’t know about you, but I really want to watch ‘Story Time with Joan Calmezo’

Hmm, I don’t see Perd Hapley’s slam poetry on the schedule…

fulltimeprocrastinator:

I don’t know about you, but I really want to watch ‘Story Time with Joan Calmezo’

Hmm, I don’t see Perd Hapley’s slam poetry on the schedule…

ilanawexler:

Parks and Recreation S06E19 | Craig Middlebrooks

I loved Craig in last night’s ep.  Still looking for a gif of him talking about how pumpkin-y that wine was… it was my favorite line of the night.

"Let me remind you. Scarlet is our heroine, Louis her common law husband, and Jackson her lover. She is between her husband and lover, but although we are already on page 33 she has still not got any further than her grandmother’s kitchen where she has brought food from the freezer. It is this sort of novel, I am afraid."

Kehua!, Fay Weldon.

"In Woody Allen’s world, there were no black gangsters or club-goers in 1920s Harlem. In Woody Allen’s world, the truth is whatever he wants it to be."

Report: Woody Allen Doesn’t Want Black Actors in His New Play

Woke up super-early one Saturday morning a couple of months ago with an idea for a story and started working on it immediately, afraid that I’d forget my concept if I went back to sleep.

Today I submitted that idea to that site named for dry, heated bread.  (It’s fiction, so not something I can write up for Slackerwood).

Fingers crossed the ladies like it! It seems right up their alley…