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... sketches and occasional improv. It was very funny, and wildly inappropriate. There were also a lot of racially themed sketches and skits based on the 2012 presidential election. I think Jack may have been lost a lot of the time, but he still enjoyed himself a lot because there was also a lot of very accessible humor. It was so odd to think that the actors standing so near to us could someday be on SNL, and just household names when people ...
I was born again today.
Found the single most beautiful,
breathtaking place I've ever set foot in.
I don't think you'll ever understand.
There honestly isn't enough letters in the world to make you understand.. to the point where I almost don't even want to write about it as I know no matter what I say, I can never do it justice. As if it should be a crime to even attempt to put it on paper as words ...
... amp; she's very obnoxious about the 'Frank was
the doctor, not the monster' correction so even I've had
to watch my tongue haha). We've been watching youtube
videos all week on creepy makeup, aswell as practicing
her monster walk/limp every moment we've had (which has
made for some interesting looks ...
I decided to create a blog to use while I'm traveling. I have to say, I usually find blogs to be self-indulgent and pointless. This one probably won't be any different. This blog is mostly for me so that I have some sort of record of my travels and a place to deposit the awesome pictures I'm going to take along the way on my shiny new blue camera. Please read it ...
... The Independent: It's the prairies of Iowa, it's the craggy outcroppings of the Appalachians, it's the volcanoes of Hawaii, it's the muggy forests of the Amazon; welcome to the Tongariro Crossing, New Zealand. The bus pulled up to a shed-like building in the middle of the tussock grass, and the imported heather flowers sprinkled the rolling foothills of the crossing. Heather was imported from a Scottish bloke who wanted to make New Zealand look more like home. The ...