That about covers it.
Limited Edition Candy Bar of the Day: What is this deliciousness, and why doesn’t throwing money at my screen have any effect on my possession of it?
Also: Limited Edition Cookie Flavors? As in there will be multiple candy bars/girl scout cookie hybrids? Better get started on my obit now. DEATH BY HAPPINESS.
There are people who’ve said that I’m being brave for being openly supportive of gay marriage, gay adoption…with all due respect, I humbly dissent. I am not being brave; I’m a decent human being. Love is a human experience, not a political statement.
—Anne Hathaway. (You’ve all seen it already, but one more couldn’t hurt.) (via gaywrites)
Protip: If you see an image that seems a touch “unbelievable,” especially if it comes from an untested source like a brand-new blog, there’s a chance it may be fake. Very fake, even. That’s the story of this receipt that seemingly mocks the 99 percent, but is actually from a blog that’s already been taken off the Internet.
With its users only spending an average of three minutes per month on the site, Google is a “virtual ghost town” compared to Facebook and other social networking sites. That’s how the Wall Street Journal characterizes Google’s social network while reporting new usage stats from comScore.