Tuesday, March 18, 2014

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Sunday, December 22, 2013
rodgersphotobomb:

2013 Week 16: Pittsburgh Steelers
Sam Shields, John Kuhn, Jarrett Boykin
Happy holidays!

rodgersphotobomb:

2013 Week 16: Pittsburgh Steelers

Sam Shields, John Kuhn, Jarrett Boykin

Happy holidays!

Tuesday, December 18, 2012 Monday, November 12, 2012
Saturday, May 19, 2012 Wednesday, May 16, 2012
readyplayerone:

Hey Tumblr, we’re giving away 24 signed copies of Ernest Cline’s Ready Player One and all you need to do to enter is reblog this post. 
We’re going to randomly pick a new winner every weekday until we run out of copies so start reblogging. The first winner gets pulled on Monday morning. Good luck and May the Force be with you. 

Love this book.

readyplayerone:

Hey Tumblr, we’re giving away 24 signed copies of Ernest Cline’s Ready Player One and all you need to do to enter is reblog this post. 

We’re going to randomly pick a new winner every weekday until we run out of copies so start reblogging. The first winner gets pulled on Monday morning. Good luck and May the Force be with you. 

Love this book.

Wednesday, May 9, 2012
whatshouldwecallsocialmedia:

WHEN I TRY TO EXPLAIN MY JOB TO A FRIEND AND ALL THEY CAN SAY IS “SO YOU BASICALLY GO ON TWITTER AND FACEBOOK ALL DAY?”

whatshouldwecallsocialmedia:

WHEN I TRY TO EXPLAIN MY JOB TO A FRIEND AND ALL THEY CAN SAY IS “SO YOU BASICALLY GO ON TWITTER AND FACEBOOK ALL DAY?”

Monday, October 10, 2011
joshsternberg:

msfranceswithane:

flavorpill:

Because that’s what we really need: more advertising beating you over the head with antiquated gender roles. Thx, Dr. Pepper!

Just when you think advertisers couldn’t possibly be any more tone deaf.

You’d think CEOs (or at least advertising/marketing people) would be paying attention to all mistakes other companies make. 

Let’s see add this to the list of Miller Light, and at least two new sitcoms this year.

joshsternberg:

msfranceswithane:

flavorpill:

Because that’s what we really need: more advertising beating you over the head with antiquated gender roles. Thx, Dr. Pepper!

Just when you think advertisers couldn’t possibly be any more tone deaf.

You’d think CEOs (or at least advertising/marketing people) would be paying attention to all mistakes other companies make. 

Let’s see add this to the list of Miller Light, and at least two new sitcoms this year.

Saturday, October 8, 2011
Friday, October 7, 2011
newyorker:

For the first time since “Arrested Development” was cancelled in 2005,  the entire cast assembled today for a Bluth Family Reunion moderated by New Yorker television critic Nancy Franklin; even Ron Howard joined via telephone.  The big news of the afternoon: If all goes according to plan, the  series will return to television in a nine- or ten-episode limited-run  series, set to film next summer, with each episode focussing on a single  member of the Bluth clan. And series creator Mitchell Hurwitz said that  he is halfway through the screenplay for a reunion film and is “eighty  per cent” sure it will happen.
This is one thing that was revealed at the New Yorker Festival about Arrested Development.  Click here for nine more.
If you want to learn these things on your own, you may watch the entire video of the Arrested Development panel exclusively on our Facebook page! Just click on “Fan Exclusives” once you’re there. Enjoy!

newyorker:

For the first time since “Arrested Development” was cancelled in 2005, the entire cast assembled today for a Bluth Family Reunion moderated by New Yorker television critic Nancy Franklin; even Ron Howard joined via telephone. The big news of the afternoon: If all goes according to plan, the series will return to television in a nine- or ten-episode limited-run series, set to film next summer, with each episode focussing on a single member of the Bluth clan. And series creator Mitchell Hurwitz said that he is halfway through the screenplay for a reunion film and is “eighty per cent” sure it will happen.

This is one thing that was revealed at the New Yorker Festival about Arrested Development.  Click here for nine more.


If you want to learn these things on your own, you may watch the entire video of the Arrested Development panel exclusively on our Facebook page! Just click on “Fan Exclusives” once you’re there. Enjoy!