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cmgmmemo:

THE THREE FLAVOURS CORNETTO TRILOGY!

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— 3 months ago with 2670 notes
benpaddon:

dirtyfeed:

A bumper Comedy Central UK broadcast yesterday. (With apologies for my shitty picture.)
Is there any other channel which would allow such things as part of their presentation - in other words, the voice of the actual channel, not something you can pass off as an individual voice of a programme? The satire here - especially “for ambiguous reasons” and “had their benefit cut on account of the fact they have legs” - is especially biting when put into a context where you just don’t expect to have satire.
That this was approved and got to air, and wasn’t just hanging around as a bit of fun in meeting before coming up with something bland, is bloody fantastic.

Well, this is superb.

benpaddon:

dirtyfeed:

A bumper Comedy Central UK broadcast yesterday. (With apologies for my shitty picture.)

Is there any other channel which would allow such things as part of their presentation - in other words, the voice of the actual channel, not something you can pass off as an individual voice of a programme? The satire here - especially “for ambiguous reasons” and “had their benefit cut on account of the fact they have legs” - is especially biting when put into a context where you just don’t expect to have satire.

That this was approved and got to air, and wasn’t just hanging around as a bit of fun in meeting before coming up with something bland, is bloody fantastic.

Well, this is superb.

— 1 year ago with 17 notes
Hurricane Isaac in 2d and 3d - Imgur →

Imgur is used to share photos with social networks and online communities, and has the funniest pictures from all over the Internet.

— 1 year ago
fuckyeahgiantpanda:

News: San Diego Zoo’s giant panda Bai Yun is pregnant!
“We’re on panda cub watch! A spine, leg and heartbeat have been detected. This is considered a high-risk pregnancy due to Bai Yun’s age. If a cub is born, Bai Yun will be one of the oldest giant pandas known to give birth.”
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Bai Yun, a 20-year-old giant panda, is expecting a cub. Thursday, an ultrasound showed a panda fetus and detected a heartbeat.
Zookeepers, veterinarians, nutritionists and scientists are among those keep a round-the-clock watch for the panda’s delivery. Because of her age, Bai Yun’s pregnancy is considered high-risk. She will be one of the oldest giant pandas known to give birth.
The zoo has set up a live web cam to allow others to watch Bai Yun’s progress.
A press release from the zoo said: “Following signs of estrus in March 2012, Bai Yun was paired with Gao Gao, a 20-year-old, rescued, wild-born giant panda. This pair has produced four cubs while they have lived at the San Diego Zoo.
A panda’s fertilized egg remains suspended until a trigger in the environment indicates it is time to implant. The trigger is still unknown to scientists. Giant pandas routinely delay the implantation of the fetus as long as four months. The team estimates implantation occurred in Bai Yun six to seven weeks ago. After implantation the fertilized egg begins to develop. Impending birth is predicted on the basis of behavioral, hormonal and anatomical changes documented by scientists at the San Diego Zoo’s Institute for Conservation Research.”
© San Diego Zoo Facebook / KSAT.

fuckyeahgiantpanda:

News: San Diego Zoo’s giant panda Bai Yun is pregnant!

“We’re on panda cub watch! A spine, leg and heartbeat have been detected. This is considered a high-risk pregnancy due to Bai Yun’s age. If a cub is born, Bai Yun will be one of the oldest giant pandas known to give birth.”

Bai Yun, a 20-year-old giant panda, is expecting a cub. Thursday, an ultrasound showed a panda fetus and detected a heartbeat.

Zookeepers, veterinarians, nutritionists and scientists are among those keep a round-the-clock watch for the panda’s delivery. Because of her age, Bai Yun’s pregnancy is considered high-risk. She will be one of the oldest giant pandas known to give birth.

The zoo has set up a live web cam to allow others to watch Bai Yun’s progress.

A press release from the zoo said: “Following signs of estrus in March 2012, Bai Yun was paired with Gao Gao, a 20-year-old, rescued, wild-born giant panda. This pair has produced four cubs while they have lived at the San Diego Zoo.

A panda’s fertilized egg remains suspended until a trigger in the environment indicates it is time to implant. The trigger is still unknown to scientists. Giant pandas routinely delay the implantation of the fetus as long as four months. The team estimates implantation occurred in Bai Yun six to seven weeks ago. After implantation the fertilized egg begins to develop. Impending birth is predicted on the basis of behavioral, hormonal and anatomical changes documented by scientists at the San Diego Zoo’s Institute for Conservation Research.”

© San Diego Zoo Facebook / KSAT.

(Source: giantpandaphotos)

— 1 year ago with 273 notes

coelasquid:

It never fails to bother me how the Phoenix wright games break the 180 line between the overhead establishing longshot of the courtroom and the medium shots of the character busts.

— 1 year ago with 24 notes
Should P. Diddy's son return $54,000 college scholarship? – Schools of Thought - CNN.com Blogs →

Justin Combs worked hard in high school to improve his football game and earn a 3.75 GPA . He recently received a $54,000 merit-based scholarship to UCLA, where he’ll play football.

In April, Forbes named Justin Combs’ dad,  Sean “P. Diddy” Combs, the wealthiest artist in hip-hop. Some say the family should return Justin’s scholarship, arguing that Combs should pay for his son’s education and taxpayer money should go to students with greater financial need. Other say Justin Combs earned the scholarship through his grades and athletic ability, and deserves to keep it.

What do you think? Should the Combs family keep, return or donate the money? Should students with wealthy parents have access to merit-based scholarships and financial aid? via @CNN_Blogs

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— 1 year ago with 504 notes

This is something a friend of mine is working on.  Would like feedback.

— 1 year ago
Dan Harmon Poops: HEY, DID I MISS ANYTHING? →

neil-gaiman:

You know that bit a few days ago where I volunteered to write an Inspector Spacetime bit for Community if they took Karen G up on her offer to guest-Amy-Pond it?

That statement is, I am afraid, no longer operative.

danharmon:

Kids:

A few hours ago, I landed in Los Angeles, turned on my phone, and confirmed what you already know. Sony Pictures Television is replacing me as showrunner on Community, with two seasoned fellows that I’m sure are quite nice - actually, I have it on good authority they’re quite nice, because…

— 1 year ago with 13551 notes