This show is not an obsession of mine but this episode really hit me, and these two are responsible for that:)
The best advice my favorite boss has ever offered:)
“BFD. Engaged ain’t married.” The “Office” fans know where that came in.
Vote for Obama because you feel he is the best candidate but don’t do it because he’s friends with George Clooney. Same goes for Romney, vote for him because you feel he is best, not because Clint Eastwood supports him.
Celebrities should not influence your vote. Ever. I like these two but they ACT and DIRECT for a living.
Actually, that’s brilliant. I’m going to start writing them letters for advice on everything I do. “Dear Clooney and Clint, when should I get my wisdom teeth pulled out? You guys are not educated in the field nor are you dental professionals but…you guys are famous and cool! So therefore you must be wise in everything. Thank you. Sincerely, Idiot:)”
Just to be clear, celebrities have every right to publicly support who and what they want. I don’t care about that. But to base your political vote only on them? To not even try and find out what they stand for? To not care about the policies they want to enforce? Come on, nothing?Basing your vote on your favorite actor is irresponsible.
Get your fucking head out of your lazy ass and educate yourself.
“Every fairy tale needs a good old-fashioned villain. You need me or you’re nothing — because we’re just alike, you and I. Except you’re boring. You’re on the side of the angels.”
- James Moriarty.
One of, if not the best villain on television right now. I love him almost as much as I love Sherlock. Almost.
Andrew Scott is fucking brilliant.
“Jiro Dreams of Sushi.”
Watch this documentary on Netflix while you can:)