You were standing too far away to do anything, yet you could hear what was being said?
(that was sarcastic don't actually do that you're weird)
god just man up and ask her out on a date already, dude
Just go ahead and name the teacher so they get shamed or at least watched more closely rather than just continuing to sexually harass students.
You don't support fighting anti-equality laws? So are you anti-equality, or was that guy just using code for opposing Affirmative Action?
Well shucks Chris, that's nice of you to say. We should talk about putting on a festival or some kind of interdisciplinary event that highlights these values and the companies that are dreaming up these changes.
2 1/2 years ago buddy. Pointless and stupid rant.
Pocket knives don't chop, they slice.
@ROM: Yeah, you just made that up.
Noah! Action/Adventure's success was part of the Genesis of my entire theatrical mission. What you guys have accomplished is impossible to ignore. Which is exactly what we all should be doing. It was a clear oversight to my list. As is bad reputation. These companies are quietly dominating, and i, for one, have taken notice.
Graham: "gauche" is actually a portmanteau of "gay" and "douche". So... you just slurred, too, bro.
"...fun, irreverent, not taking my company too seriously, and occasionally producing comedy, sketch, movie adaptations, and musical serials. But I want to attack the work with amazing teams of artists, talent running all the way through, from the director to the design team, to the actors."
This sounds a lot like a little theater company that didn't make Mr. Murray's list: Action/Adventure. And also, in many respects, Bad Reputation. These companies (ahem, I'm an Action/Adventure company member) are making the kind of theater that Murray is describing and moreover they are doing it mostly through ticket sales alone.
I agree with a lot of what he's talking about and it is good to know there are more theater makers popping up that want to change the current model of the art form.
Thanks, Michael. You're right that it's not just for Swan Island (though they seem to put a big emphasis on it in the application). I'll modify that. As far as the $2.5 million figure, it's true they're asking to spend that but, as I said, they've actually only requested $2 million in Connect Oregon money. If it's approved, PBOT would have to pony up $500,000 of its own to get the grant. That money would hopefully come from bike share sponsorship revenue.
Bummer. In Madison, Wisconsin it was more-or-less our student newspaper..
I'm really happy that you felt the need to republish a slur (twice). Great fucking job.
What other slurs are acceptable in the fashion world? I'm not going to start listing them because that would be gauche and uncalled for.
San Francisco di Asissi talked to animals are you gonna listen to that guy???
Ah, welcome back. I'd say Blogtown misses you, but I'm trying to find some pants that aren't stained with pizza sauce.
Owch, "Look, Another Idiot"? What's wrong, Mercury, don't like someone criticizing the vile, small minded trash you publish from Savage despite your "progressive" veneer? For anyone curious about why Savage is such an ignorant prick, some of his most winning lines can be found at http://beyoungandshutup.com/2013/12/04/capital-d-for-douchebag-dan-savage/
Nope, I'm in PDX until February!
We're all just trying to keep up with Barry. You still in jolly old England?
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