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The Borowitz Report: LeBron Congratulates People of Cleveland on Having Him Back

newyorker:

“Appearing as a fifty-foot hologram projected on the side of Quicken Loans Arena, James seemed on the verge of tears several times as he praised the city for achieving what he called ‘a goal no words can describe.’”

Continue reading: http://nyr.kr/1nlr752

As good as Lebron’s letter to Cleveland fans was, there’s still a little bit of this, too.

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jdickerson:

Son’s birthday card to me. / on Instagram http://ift.tt/Vx99SJ

This was my favorite birthday card this year.

jdickerson:

Son’s birthday card to me. / on Instagram http://ift.tt/Vx99SJ

This was my favorite birthday card this year.

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themarysue:

awwww-cute:

The Pawshank Redemption

A pun for @RebeccaPahle.

themarysue:

awwww-cute:

The Pawshank Redemption

A pun for @RebeccaPahle.

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mrpeteparker:

Captain American punching a dinosaur. 

Happy Independence Day!

mrpeteparker:

Captain American punching a dinosaur. 

Happy Independence Day!

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robsheridan:

This bit from John Oliver on Net Neutrality is excellent, hilarious, and a great primer to pass on to your less Internet-savvy friends (you know, the ones on Facebook) to help them understand what this all means and why they should be outraged. Watch the whole thing and then head over to this FCC website and tell them how you feel.

Wow. I feel like Bert Cooper watching the moon landing when I see this.

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fuckyeahmovieposters:

Psycho

Ugh! It’s like the typos are punching me in the face!

fuckyeahmovieposters:

Psycho

Ugh! It’s like the typos are punching me in the face!

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parislemon:

digg:

WHY CANT I STOP WATCHING THIS

Because it’s awesome.

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newyorker:

Richard Avedon first photographed Gabriel García Márquez on a rainy day in 1976, but he felt that the portrait was a failure. Avedon finally had another chance to photograph the writer in 2004. This is the portrait that emerged from that second session: http://nyr.kr/1h2usmA

Great writer, great picture.

newyorker:

Richard Avedon first photographed Gabriel García Márquez on a rainy day in 1976, but he felt that the portrait was a failure. Avedon finally had another chance to photograph the writer in 2004. This is the portrait that emerged from that second session: http://nyr.kr/1h2usmA

Great writer, great picture.

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