The only Lakers fan I could ever love…
I wish I still was a classroom teacher, so I could make my students watch this with me. BECAUSE I WOULD MAKE THEM WATCH THIS WITH ME.
Happy Valentine’s Day… from Big Bird!
There is going to be a lot of election talk about the economy and women voters and those jerks who thought you could make dumb comments about rape being somehow okay in certain contexts BUT I like to think that it was the Big Bird supporters who won this one.
Look at this guy.
(Thanks to Chris Donahue for the image.)
It’s Election Day, and we’re going big with a 12 hour broadcast at MNN, and streaming live at our official site. Today we’re going to celebrate democracy, have awesome musical guests, and take part in violent, ill-advised stunts. It’s going to be wild.
We’ll also be checking in with our own endorsed candidate, Mr. Connor Ratliff, who’s campaign office will conveniently be located in a neighboring studio space at MNN. We have a responsibility to remain unbiased in our coverage, but we’re very excited to have the potential next leader of the free world with us on the night of his election.
The chaos starts at noon, and goes all the way to midnight.
Reblogging this post will automatically enter you to win our Hubba Hubba! Let’s Do This Democracy Prize Pack! The winner will be randomly selected at midnight, and will receive the following:
- A TCGS T-Shirt of Your Choice.
- A copy of A Bad Idea I’m About To Do signed by Chris Gethard.
- Something I (Brian) will steal from today’s set before I leave.
I have no idea what this third item will be, and neither will you until it arrives at your house. It might turn out to be something really cool, but it’s far more probable that it’ll be something useless like Random Orlando’s discarded half eaten sandwich or a napkin used by Bananaman.
Get reblogging for your chance to win! We’ll be doing other giveaways through-out the day, but you’ll only find out about them here on the TCGS Tumblr! It’ll be our own special secret - Except not nearly as creepy as that just sounded.
Make sure to vote today, and then come back and spend the rest of your Election Day with us at MNN. It certainly won’t be the most accurate coverage of the election you’ll find, but it’ll definitely be the most Calsteady.
A little over two hours in and the TCGS coverage is going strong(!?!). I’ve been in and out, what with the work and all, but I’ve heard some serious Pokemon talk, seen more than one split-screen bit and costumes!
And I think Chris has taken his shirt off to dance for the first musical act, Colin from Toys and Tiny Instruments, as is his wont.
(source: New York Magazine)
Siegel, who has been running her clinic since the eighties, says she’s seeing “more false-positive assessments than ever before.” Of the roughly ten new assessments she’s asked to do every week—kids showing up with spectrum diagnoses from another therapist—six of them might not have an autism-spectrum disorder. This isn’t to say that they may not have psychological issues, only that those are either other disorders or they don’t rise to an impairing level. “A lot of kids are just delayed in development, slow to talk, or anxious, or hyperactive, and a lot of kids are just terribly parented.”
WE’S IN PETRA, BITCHES*
George Lucas and Steven Spielberg
*True story #1: Way back in the day, when my uncle’s office at the City of San Francisco first got an internet connection, one of his co-workers knew the first thing she wanted to look up was photos of Petra. She sounded like an awesome lady.
True story #2: While visiting Petra in 2011, I was forced to ride a horse and that horse was named Monica Lewinsky.