quadzebub:

speedwag:

this fucking meme baby is eating sand


stupid ass baby

quadzebub:

speedwag:

this fucking meme baby is eating sand

stupid ass baby

daveexmachina:

berrykoolaid:

Our king has fallen

don’t eat that candy

daveexmachina:

berrykoolaid:

Our king has fallen

don’t eat that candy

24-karat-vagina:

I LOVE THIS VINE SO MUCH PLEASE WATCH IT

thebsdboys:

OK first you’re being a total dick right now,

thebsdboys:

OK first you’re being a total dick right now,

palisader:

the spoopy has arrived 

daveexmachina:

infamousnfamous:

memeguy-com:

Halloween display fell over

OR
THE FIRST CASUALTY OF THE SKELETON WAR

don’t drink and skeleton, kids

daveexmachina:

infamousnfamous:

memeguy-com:

Halloween display fell over

OR

THE FIRST CASUALTY OF THE SKELETON WAR

don’t drink and skeleton, kids

lewdwig-fan-beefoven:

heh,

yeah
definitely

it’s extremely safe now
i got annoyed when a bunch of refugees attacked me one time, way to thank me for rendering the bomb safe
those warheads in Ulysses’s temple are also all safe now

lewdwig-fan-beefoven:

heh,

yeah

definitely

it’s extremely safe now

i got annoyed when a bunch of refugees attacked me one time, way to thank me for rendering the bomb safe

those warheads in Ulysses’s temple are also all safe now

In the old days, NFL owners were rich men who accepted the risk of losing money as the cost of doing business. Thanks to the popularity of the game, the NFL and its owners—with the collusion of politicians—have created what amounts to a risk-free business environment. According to Long’s data, a dozen teams received more public money than they needed to build their facilities. Rather than going into debt, they turned a profit.

Let’s take another big step backward.

Okay, so taxpayers have funded 70 percent of the construction costs of the stadiums in which NFL teams play, for which they receive a return of pennies on the dollar. But consider the economic impact if taxpayers were to receive 70 percent of the profits generated by those facilities: that is, a proportion equal to our investment. Given that the NFL is projected to earn in the neighborhood of $10 billion this season, that amounts to $7 billion from TV, tickets, parking, etc. (Again: no stadiums means no games.) Think about how much social good $7 billion would do in cities such as Detroit and Cleveland and St. Louis, where bright new stadiums rise above crumbling schools, closed factories, and condemned homes.

Or let’s say, more conservatively, that cities demanded a 50 percent share of the profits as rent. Or simply demanded that the owners remit to the taxpayers the sum required to build and maintain these stadia. This would still represent hundreds of millions of dollars.

This is not some socialist ‘redistribution of wealth’ scheme. It’s not charity. That’s Fox News math. This is asking an immensely profitable business to pay investors (taxpayers) our rightful dividend.
screenshotsofdespair:

via crobh-dearg

screenshotsofdespair:

via crobh-dearg

daveexmachina:

gwenstafuckme:

It ain’t gonna suck itself

tale as old as time

daveexmachina:

gwenstafuckme:

It ain’t gonna suck itself

tale as old as time

dat-soldier:



I have a soft spot for these particular Mario-brand sports games because in Europe they called it Mario Smash Football, as it should be

dat-soldier:

I have a soft spot for these particular Mario-brand sports games because in Europe they called it Mario Smash Football, as it should be

Your zoe quinn ramble really was tasteless, pointless & shows how ignorant of a person you are. It's sad that you lowered yourself to the same standard as the people you were supposedly calling out. And your comprehension of the subject is moronic.

kathythewriter:

Thank you so much for reading it!