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Keeping an eye on the farm.
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Nathan Fillion, who rarely does con appearances, just cancelled his appearance at the Dallas Comic Con, the morning it begins. I know that it’s not his fault, but wow this sucks hardcore. There were going to be two separate Q&A’s, one a private event with an entirely different ticketing system entirely. But, I guess that’s just the way cons go sometimes.
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I super wanted to go to this game, but I’m on a budget now because apparently I’m almost 28 and not a millionaire. But still. Dat matchup.
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God bless whoever does the photography for the Texas region of Cavalier Rescue USA. Why am I looking at the available dogs on the Texas region of Cavalier Rescue USA? Shh, no questions mami.
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Paige Pettis, daughter of Rangers 3rd base coach, retweeted by Makayla Maddux,
Mike Maddux’s daughter Greg Maddux’s niece.
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Rich people are fucking weird. Has anyone ever wanted to shower in a weird glass, steampunk cage? How about in a strange pseudo Mediterranean house with 10 bathrooms? OK, sweet. Well thanks for coming out anyways.
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Other Side of Amy’s Baking Company Controversy in Scottsdale To Soon Be Told
SCOTTSDALE, AZ. MAY 15, 2013 — Amy’s Baking Company will host a Grand Re-Opening on Tuesday night, May 21, following unflattering portrayals on national television.
Customers will be able to decide who is correct: a famous celebrity chef or the marketplace that has supported the small, locally-owned business for six years.
When re-opened, a portion of proceeds will benefit a charity organized to bring awareness to cyber bullying.
Seating is limited. Reservations may be made by emailing email@example.com.
Diners will also have the opportunity to meet, and judge for themselves the character of owners Amy and Samy Bouzaglo, who have devoted their lives to and earn their living from their small restaurant. The Bouzaglos have been married for 10 years, after Sammy emigrated from Israel.
The owners will likely be holding a press conference before the Grand Re-Opening and answer falsehoods depicted on a reality television show, including assertions that the restaurant confiscates tips from servers.
In fact, wait staff is paid $8-$14 per hour, two and half to nearly five times the standard hourly wage for servers.
Questions will also be answered about what happened to their Facebook page.
Amy’s Baking Company was recently featured on the hit PBS show “Check Please” and has received A+ reports from CBS 5 for kitchen preparedness.
“We are very upset by what has taken place, apologize about the acrimony that has ensued but now must fight back to save our business. We hope and believe much good can result from what has transpired. We ask the public to keep an open mind as we begin to tell our side of the story,” Samy Bouzaglo said.
For more details, please contact Michael Saucier.
Amy’s Baking Company hired a PR firm.
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This is now on the front door of Amy’s Baking Company, the company owned by insane people who went Simple Jack all over facebook yesterday.
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So, I finally got around to watching the shitshow known as Movie 43, the A-list movie of comedic skits in which the A-listers were all guilttripped and pressured to film said comedic skits. Basically, the entire movie is God awful. It’s meta plot barely makes sense, and it reminds you of an American Pie fan fiction written by someone who was on adderall and masturbating furiously over the keyboard.
That being said, the final skit (pictured) is fucking hilariously bad. The cherry on top of the failcake that is Movie 43.
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