Fastest way to get through a border patrol checkpoint
are you fuckingkidding me
He could have had like gallons of cocaine in the back like damn Jesus saves
HOW IS BABBY FORMED
HOW GROUND GET PRAGNENT (at South Van Ness Rubber Fetus!)
here is peekaboo blogge
journey of xmas tree
did not go so well
Your authority is not recognized in Fort Kickass.
a cool birb frien posing for the important photos
Ready a showers showers ready take bathe become spikle brirb
try to take pic of birb but GET ATTACK
The way a MAKIN FRENDS
As we told you last week, there’s a great young 13-year-old baseball player named Mo’Ne Davis who has pitched her team, the Taney Dragons of Philadelphia, into the 2014 Little League World Series. Oh yeah, and she’s a girl, which wouldn’t be such a big deal except so few girls have played in the World Series (18, compared to about 9,000 boys)—and no one has made quite the worldwide splash that Davis has.
In fact, she’s made the cover of the venerable Sports Illustrated—the first Little Leaguer to ever be so honored. Said cover story writer Albert Chen,
She’s a lot of things to a lot of different people, all of them good things: a totem for inner-city baseball, a role model for your 10-year-old niece, a role model for your 10-year-old nephew.
Since we last wrote about her, Davis, her long braids flying, pitched the first shutout ever by a girl at the World Series, staying cool and collected before a large crowd in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. A couple of days later, Davis didn’t pitch (Little League has rules about how often young pitchers can throw), but played third, shortstop and first base, and singled in her team’s first run (the Dragons won in a comeback, 7-6).
Until 40 years ago, Little League was solely a boys’ club. Don’t I know: I was one of those girls in the ’50s and ’60s who played ball in the streets, with Eddie and Keith and Henry, but then could only eat pizza and watch while they played on their Little League teams. One time a foul ball flew over the backstop and I rushed over to retrieve it from the scrub brush and throw it over the screen and onto the field. “Put that girl in Little League!” the announcer said. Greatest moment of my young life.
Tomorrow, Wednesday, at 4:30 PST on ESPN, the Taney Dragons take on Las Vegas, with Davis on the pitching mound again. Even if the Dragons lose, they’ll get a second chance to win another game and get into the U.S. championship game. This coming Sunday, the top U.S. team will play the top international team for the Little League world title.
Around age 15, boys’ testosterone kicks in with enough force to create a strength gap between the sexes. So who knows if Davis will be able to stay even with boys in high school baseball, let alone in college. And she’s a baseball player, folks, not a softball player—don’t expect her to switch to the more-acceptable-for-girls sport.
But not to worry. Her real dream is to play basketball for the University of Connecticut women’s team, long one of the top squads in the nation.
I wouldn’t bet against her.
Michele Kort is senior editor of Ms.
Peekaboo is just happy about the wrapping paper
blue crowned king ready 4 rpesents
the gfit is for ME ever gift for the Greem Brib! EVER gift is chewstand cuttlebon crawltube SNUGGTENT
Bruce, isn’t this a little bit double standard?
yas go you
"I’m studying law. My dream is to be a judge one day. Too many people in this country are only in prison because they were too poor to defend themselves. When I’m a judge, I’ll look only at the facts, and not at the person."
(Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo)
dang I say well worn sir
High Waist & Pleats
Here’s another great example of how higher waisted trousers can give you nice proportions between your torso and legs, and how pleats can visually break up the expanse of fabric that sits on your hips and thighs. Ignore fashion writers who say that pleats should always be avoided, or that they’re only meant for heavier set men. There’s nothing wrong with pleats if the tailoring is done well, and you can find many good examples in Old Hollywood pictures from the 1930s through ’50s. Slim the legs down a touch, if that’s to your taste.
That polo shirt, incidentally, was made by Ascot Chang and is currently being sold through The Armoury (where the model above, Nick, works). You could wear it underneath a sport coat for a more casual look. The collar and cuffs will give you the look of a dress shirt, while the half-placket and pique cotton will prevent you from looking like you just came from the office.
that looks FAKE, cool
I found dis giant birb in da lab at work today; he let me be perch!
a long lats, the corckletoo has been a DISCOVERY! ”Ye hast fount me!” SO gots fluffem up a feath an stand upons Warm Arm
Pritchard was impatient for head scretchies so he head-butted my fingers.
YA dun’t need writ such the essays when HEAD SCRATCHEM abound! Hemwerp? NO SUCH! Esseys? ABSOLUTE NON juts a squingler of squitchem right
a zoo, say NO TOUCH A BIRB but… bird tuch a me……..?
"Dudo of St. Quentin records an encounter between a party of Danes and King Charles of the Frankish kingdom. In the presence of the king, the Danes were ordered to show their submission by kissing the foot of the king. The leader of the Danes refused. One of his followers complied. But, rather than kneeling to kiss the foot of King Charles, the Dane stood, grabbed the king's foot, and lifted it up to the level of the Dane's own head, dragging the king out of his seat and onto the floor. With the king held upside-down, the Dane kissed the foot."
Philosophy, University of Colorado Denver.
”A Hegelian Interpretation of Socrates.”
I WANT THIS PRINT
corbinbleuhair replied to your post: “having to explain shit to white people IS SO FUCKING DIFFICULT I’M…”:yeah…I quit a long time ago
i’m trying to explain this tweet to some of my white friends and it’s like they’re trying so hard not to understand.
I smell it in the air. It’s coming.