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the three MOST honest minutes in television history. EVER.
wow.. is this real?
i fucking love fuckin aaron sorkin man
This just became my favorite video of all time
I love this show. It’s called Newsroom. Check it out.
I’m going to have to say that the whole “nostalgia” section of his rant is pretty much bullshit. Let’s face it: The revolutionary war was about taxes. The Civil War was about white people wanting slavery. The Chinese Exclusion Act was about keeping people OUT because of their race. The War of 1812 was America’s way of saying “TOLD YOU SO” and was TOTALLY historical “beating of the chest.” The Spanish American “War” was ten times shorter than the Filipino Insurrection and it was all about taking land. The Japanese Internment Camps were racially profiling American citizens, many of whom were off fighting for those very same ideals he’s talking about glorifying.
Yeah, America is sucky in a lot of ways, but you’re never going to convince me that somehow, shit was better in the past.
Fuck waxing poetic about how great American history is.
Marry Belated Christmas.
I can’t live with you.
But I could have.
I couldn’t love you when I had you,
I miss you.
I had fallen out of step,
(That was my fault.
I wasn’t ready.
I could have.)
the Gracious Lioness,
had taught me Mercy.
Do not spurn the hearth,
Do not burn the home,
for even the shadows need a place to sleep.
People are more than our mistakes.
Love, Sage, love.
Before you left, you said:
"Make sure you leave places sad."
"Everyone in your life is for a reason."
"Whatever you do, do not hate."
Just a note to all people planning on giving blood, remember it only has a shelf life of 42 days. After 9/11, so many people donated that there was a glut of blood in the system and much of it expired on the shelves, unused, because there was more than needed. ALso, if you donate right now, you will not be eligible to donate again for 8 weeks, so about a month after 9/11 there was a bit of a shortage, because many people couldn’t donate again for several weeks.
Consider delaying your donation for a week or two to insure a good steady flow of blood that will allow blood banks to replenish their inventory. Most blood banks in the United States are part of an emergency sharing system and will be shipping ready to transfuse products to Boston if they are needed. Spacing out donations insures everyone will have blood to provide their community in the coming weeks.
Such depth. Like drowning in beauty.
…and then I imagined the opening of KH.