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Prince Edward (1965) - Prince George (2014)
happy birthday to the ground
I love how people think babies are making some kid of statement when they do this.
EVERY BABY GOES THROUGH THIS PHASE. IT’S A GAME TO THEM.
"LOOK, I CAN MAKE MOMMY AND DADDY STOP WHAT THEY’RE DOING AND PICK UP MY THINGS!"
THEY ARE PLAYING FETCH WITH YOU.
Ruby: I get in fights because I’m in the wrong place at the wrong time
Weiss: I get in fights because I’m an important person by birth
Blake: I get in fights because of the difficulties of my heritage
Yang: Lol watch me punch this guy in the nuts I bet he cries
Jaune: I get in fights when there is no avoiding it
Pyrrha : I get in fights because I must protect those I care for
Lie: I get in fights because my patience is finite
Nora: Let’s break his legs I bet he cries
Real dialogue. I shit you not.
the best thing about having the house to myself is that I can make breakfast in my underwear
The RWBY fandom right now.
In an unbelievable act of government censorship, the Federal Election Commission has ruled that Paul Ryan’s leadership PAC is not allowed to buy and give away copies of Paul Ryan’s book.
from Red State:
Wisconsin GOP Congressman Paul Ryan’s leadership PAC, Prosperity Action, asked the Federal Election Commission for permission in advance of doing something fairly logical. They want to buy copies of Ryan’s published book, The Way Forward: Renewing the American Idea, to give away to supporters, in conjunction with a book tour. Of course they’d also help promote the book, since its author is also their candidate.
In an Orwellian reversal, the FEC responded to Ryan’s innocuous request with not one, but two drafts. The second, “Draft B”, would be a major policy change, calling the PAC’s purchase a “third party contribution” with “excessive personal use.”
Not only would “Draft B” represent a chilling restriction on a candidate’s ability to promote his (or her—Hillary) own book, but it also flies in the face of logic and common sense.
This FEC decision limits Ryan’s ability to promote his own book to two sentences on the website run by Prosperity Action. If that’s not censorship, no…of course it can’t be, it’s just enforcing a little-known campaign law used to prosecute John Edwards hush money paid by Bunny Mellon to conceal his mistress. To make this jump from a filthy payoff to book promotion, you’d need a pole that reaches over the Grand Canyon.
After Goodman’s remarks at the FEC meeting, Democratic Commissioner Ellen L. Weintraub screeched “No one is banning books”. Of course not, you’re just banning promoting books, a ludicrous distinction.
The decision is so egregious that the chairman of the FEC is warning that these actions could actually lead to book bans in the future:
The chairman of the Federal Election Commission today blasted Democratic colleagues opposed to his effort to protect conservative media after they imposed rules on the publisher of Rep. Paul Ryan’s new book, opening the door to future book regulations — or even a ban.
“By failing to affirm this publisher’s constitutional right, statutory right, to disseminate a political book free from FEC conditions and regulations, we have effectively asserted regulatory jurisdiction over a book publisher,” warned Chairman Lee E. Goodman, one of three Republicans on the six-person FEC.
“That failure reveals a festering legal uncertainty and chill for the free press rights of books and book publishers to publish and disseminate political books free from government regulation,” he added.
These kinds of regulations should not be put on anyone, Conservative nor Liberal. It is not the job of the Federal Government to decide whose speech is appropriate, and that’s exactly what’s happening here.
Paul Ryan should ignore the FEC’s ruling and his PAC should promote the book any way they please. He should fight these bans on free speech all they way up to the Supreme Court if necessary.
Exit question: Why isn’t Paul Ryan standing up and loudly sounding the alarm against this Constitutional violation? Neither his website nor his PAC’s website have anything on their home pages about this.
YO WHAT THE FUCK
raising awareness for turtle bullying.
a growing problem.
A very slowly growing problem.
This gets funnier and funnier every time I see it
Quick, someone call 4chan and tell them about more turtle bullying!
imagine steve rogers finding out people were saying that girls and women shouldn’t wear captain america merchandise and uploading a youtube video of him that consists of like seven minutes of him reading the stupid comments out loud in silly voices and laughing