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New and Improved Funny Or Die
We did it! We spent 6+ years and $50 million updating our logo! Oh yeah, our whole website is bigger and better, too.

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New and Improved Funny Or Die

We did it! We spent 6+ years and $50 million updating our logo! Oh yeah, our whole website is bigger and better, too.

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Weird Science 2 with Alessandra Ambrosio

Breaking Bad’s RJ Mitte and Mad Men’s Marten Weiner attempt to create the ultimate babe.

omg funny! hahaha

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I have always hated this expression for this exact reason.

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#mutants are a metaphor

People ask why I like the X-Men so much. Shit like this.

Stan Lee made X-Men to address all the social issue through his passion: comics. That’s why X-Men is generally independent from his others works. Professor X represented Martin Luther King Jr while Magneto represented Malcom X. When the mutants were forced to register as mutants, that represented the Jews being forced to wear the Star of David. He even addressed gay rights. There was a disease that was spreading rapidly. It was believed by the general public to be mutant-based disease. Incredible hostility towards mutants was a result of the disease. This represented the AIDS outbreak in the 80s that was believed to be a “gay disease”. There are tons more.

The X-men titles have always been years ahead of any other in dealing with diversity and social injustices

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I will stay awake until 8:30.

I will stay awake until 8:30.

I will stay awake until 8:30.

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I Hate California: San Francisco

Suzi Barrett takes a trip to San Francisco in the first of a five-part series covering California.

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Yohji Yamamoto Men’s RTW Spring 2014
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Bette Franke in the J. Mendel ad campaign.
Photo by Daniel Jackson
Dream as you’ll live forever, live as youll die tomorrow.
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