October 2, 2014
I’m proud to call Florida my home.

I’m proud to call Florida my home.

October 1, 2014

kayeh622:

gingahhh:

so gays can’t donate blood even if they’re hiv negative and std free but anybody can enter the united states from liberia without being tested for ebola

BECAUSE TWO INJUSTICES IS BETTER THAN ONE?!

Testing someone, who traveled to Africa in the last month, for Ebola is not an injustice.

October 1, 2014

gingahhh:

so gays can’t donate blood even if they’re hiv negative and std free but anybody can enter the united states from liberia without being tested for ebola

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October 1, 2014
allwdwinsideout:

This Day in Disney History
October 1, 1971:  The Magic Kingdom opens to guests for the first time!
The day everyone was waiting for!  Amid fanfare, the Magic Kingdom in Central Florida welcomes it’s first guests.  The park layout was almost the same as Disneyland’s in California, and opened with 23 attractions. Along with the Magic Kingdom’s opening, the Contemporary Resort and the Polynesian Resort also opened and began hosting guests.
October 1 is a big day in Disney’s history!  

allwdwinsideout:

This Day in Disney History

October 1, 1971:  The Magic Kingdom opens to guests for the first time!

The day everyone was waiting for!  Amid fanfare, the Magic Kingdom in Central Florida welcomes it’s first guests.  The park layout was almost the same as Disneyland’s in California, and opened with 23 attractions. Along with the Magic Kingdom’s opening, the Contemporary Resort and the Polynesian Resort also opened and began hosting guests.

October 1 is a big day in Disney’s history!  

(via vintagedisneyparks)

October 1, 2014

publixchicken:

It’s Halloween. You know what that means….

Werewolf Bar Mitzvah - Tracy Jordan ft. Childish Gambino

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October 1, 2014

Me at a family dinner

(Source: bartlets, via thefinestmuffinsandbagels)

October 1, 2014
"You have two kinds of shows on Broadway — revivals and the same kind of musicals over and over again, all spectacles. You get your tickets for ‘The Lion King’ a year in advance, and essentially a family comes as if to a picnic, and they pass on to their children the idea that that’s what the theater is — a spectacular musical you see once a year, a stage version of a movie. It has nothing to do with theater at all. It has to do with seeing what is familiar. We live in a recycled culture."

Stephen Sondheim (via chromolume)

OK. This is an area where I disagree with Stephen. I look at spectacles and Disney musicals the same way I looked at elementary chapter books. As an introductory lesson to the arts. Goosebumps, Bailey School Kids, and Harry Potter teach kids the fundamentals of reading: the words on those pages can take them to another world. As kids grow up, so does their taste. Eventually, and hopefully, they leave these simple books behind and move on to more respected works. The same goes for theatre.  People choosing to stick with what they know isn’t the fault of Disney or Stephanie Meyers. If we handed a nine year old child Fahrenheit 451, or the libretto to A Little Night Music they would hate it and probably carry that came view towards the arts for the rest of their lives.  

October 1, 2014

food52:

No Such Thing as Too Much Toast 

ABC Kitchen’s Butternut Squash on Toast on Food52 

October 1, 2014
The butlers house

The butlers house

(Source: robert-dcosta, via life1nmotion)

October 1, 2014
I’m proud to call Florida my home.

I’m proud to call Florida my home.

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