This record and these four guys changed more in me than I know how I say. So thankful I was able to attend tonight’s 10 year anniversary of “So Long Astoria.” So many unbelievable memories rushed back to me and it just reminded me more than anything that this band is one of the reasons why I do what I do and why I am who I am. #SoLongAstoria #TheAtaris
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Making pasta sauce from scratch.
Well, he was sorta asking for it, dressing in such flammable clothing.
if he didnt want to get set on fire, he should have stayed indoors
He was probably drinking that night, alcohol makes you susceptible to fire.
If it’s a legitimate inferno, the male body has ways to try to shut that whole thing down.
God I love you, Internet.
Why didn’t he stop, drop, and roll? He should have stopped, dropped, and rolled. He must have secretly wanted it.
If you read the article, eyewitnesses said the man had purchased a lighter earlier that same day. Dude probably set himself on fire and lied about it. Typical.
He should have relaxed and enjoyed it. After all it was just a bit of kindling cuddling
We need to start educating people about wearing fire-safe clothing and carrying extinguishers with them at all times. For their own safety.
Everytime i see this, the comments keep getting better
Reblogging based on the comments alone. AMAZING.
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Birthdays and boas. @danielleglasscock 👯
Some of my favorite memories.
Hurt - Johnny Cash
Colorado Sunrise -3oh!3
The Sunscreen Song
I Can Get Up Again - You, Me & Everyone We Know
Head Up -Sugarcult
Cavanaugh Park- Something corporate.
And so many other incredible songs
Happy 87th birthday to one of the most incredible men to walk the earth: my incredible grandfather. ❤️
My happy place. @miamiheat @kacerosky @sfgk_ @amfmjeremy #LetsGoHeat
You’re gonna need a pep talk sometimes. That’s okay. For now, remember this: You’re awake. You’re awesome. Live like it.
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i understand that Woody Allen is trying to protect his own reputation, but he probably should’ve thought about the consequences to his actions before touching a little girl. a girl who was supposed to be his daughter. for someone to deny such things after Dylan was brave enough to come out and discuss it, AGAIN… it just perpetuates the crazy rape culture we have in this country where everyone turns a blind eye. where everyone throws fire at the person who was attacked instead of their attacker because they don’t want to associate the negativity with someone who they admire. because the alleged attacker said it wasn’t true, so of course it can’t be true.
i’m so sick of people standing up for these monsters. standing with them. pretty much just giving a big “f**k you” to their victims. like somehow the fact that a person is famous makes it okay for them to victimize innocent people (and in this case, a CHILD). it’s not okay.