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Shootin’ It | Episode 67: “The Episode God Didn’t Want You To Hear”


Jayme and Kenney reunite for an episode that was never meant to be. After almost 6 hours of technical difficulties and facing a guest who decided to bail on the duo, Jayme and Kenney have a discussion about an in-the-works reunion of their childhood clique, Kenney’s newfound culinary interests, and the feud that erupted between Jayme and a former-Shootin’ It guest.

Anonymous

why do you even follow that misogynistic ass malkiwics?

malkiewicz:

persona-nongrata:

He’s a second cousin once removed and my mom told me I have to follow him.

How am I mysoginist? Go fuck your mother

What I like about this is that the anon spelled misogynist correctly and Mike didn’t despite it being part of the post.

xero—sky:

Because it’s only a few weeks away from Halloween, I’m doing the traditional reblog of The Thing: The Musical!

Yes, they thought I was a dog,

but I’m the Thiiiiiiing!

new-aesthetic:

Dad gets OfficeMax mail addressed ‘Daughter Killed in Car Crash’ - Los Angeles Times

An off-and-on customer of OfficeMax, Mike Seay has gotten the office supply company’s junk mail for years. But the mail that the grieving Lindenhurst, Ill., father said he got from OfficeMax last week was different. It was addressed to “Mike Seay, Daughter Killed in Car Crash.” Strange as that sounds, the mail reached the right guy. Seay’s daughter Ashley, 17, was killed in a car crash with her boyfriend last year. OfficeMax somehow knew. And in a world where bits of personal data are mined from customers and silently sold off and shuffled among corporations, Seay appears to be the victim of some marketing gone horribly wrong.
lucemarrvelousofs:

"I made a conscious decision at an early age not to be taught because I think you just develop your own style and you stumble into mistakes and unorthodox way of playing and I think that’s a good thing." - Johnny Marr 1984

lucemarrvelousofs:

"I made a conscious decision at an early age not to be taught because I think you just develop your own style and you stumble into mistakes and unorthodox way of playing and I think that’s a good thing." - Johnny Marr 1984