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thisisjustgreat:

This is the best Ice Bucket Challenge.

This hits so many times! It’s so warm and wonderful.

We don’t need no stinkin badges!But we got em! Regram, or shout out our show http://losangeles.ucbtheatre.com/shows/view/4034 and tag me, or hashtag #squeezeacademy and get a FREE sticker!

We don’t need no stinkin badges!But we got em! Regram, or shout out our show http://losangeles.ucbtheatre.com/shows/view/4034 and tag me, or hashtag #squeezeacademy and get a FREE sticker!

johngotty:

#cozyboys

I write just like the pros

johngotty:

#cozyboys

I write just like the pros

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dco1:

Go watch Modern Diet right now right now right now.

Some very talented people made me look talented. Check it out!

dco1:

Go watch Modern Diet right now right now right now.

Some very talented people made me look talented. Check it out!

timneenan:

Jonny Gossamer thrillers.

Whoa. Rad. One of my favorite movies.

thechronic-als:

thebestoftimesendoftimes:

pleasejuststoptalking:

don’t be fuckin rude

This hurts my soul

Omg

Boy, these kids sure are dumb. It’s a GAMEBOY! Hellloooo

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Sketch Comedy with a badge. July 16th. @ucbtla 6:30pm. #squeezeacademy

Sketch Comedy with a badge. July 16th. @ucbtla 6:30pm. #squeezeacademy

ucbcomedy:

Advice from writers of Key and Peele to our Digital Teams last night. Many thanks to Ian Roberts, Colton Dunn, Rebecca Drysdale, and Phil Jackson for sharing the evening with us!

Grateful

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wasteofskin:

buzzfeed:

#BanFaceSwaps

No.

Remember before the internet when your intense personal fears only existed in your nightmares

If I had to boil college down to one idea, one kernel of some semblance of understanding, something I could point to and say “that’s worth the 40 fucking grand,” it would be this. And the god damned Fox corporation served it up for free. Seth MacFarlane fucks me again!

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Come pillage and claim your throne at the Palace of Pop-Tart! GoT. 10pm.  (at Palace of Pop-Tart)

Come pillage and claim your throne at the Palace of Pop-Tart! GoT. 10pm. (at Palace of Pop-Tart)

martymcfly160:

Lmfao I can’t deal right now…

The punishment fits the crime?

martymcfly160:

Lmfao I can’t deal right now…

The punishment fits the crime?

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SHAPESHIFT. TONIGHT.

SHAPESHIFT. TONIGHT.

thisisjustgreat:

"So, what I guess I’m trying to answer or say is that I don’t - being inside my head is what I have to offer you, and so that’s what I do. And it isn’t - to me, when I relate to a piece of fiction or a novel or something, it isn’t that it makes me step outside of myself. Although sometimes, there are those kind of books. But, I mean, the things that I really relate to is when I read something that is articulate, something that I felt but haven’t been able to articulate. And I find that incredibly moving. And I find an incredible sense of community in that.  
And sometimes it’s over centuries, which is even more exciting to me. If I read something somebody wrote 300 years ago, and it’s me, you know, what I’m going through now in my head - I mean, it sends chills down my spine. And I feel like that’s what I want to be able to offer, that if I offer myself, that there’s a chance that somebody else will feel connected because they felt that. And even if the story is sad, you can be connected in your sadness and the sadness of being a human being.”
—Charlie Kaufman


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thisisjustgreat:

"So, what I guess I’m trying to answer or say is that I don’t - being inside my head is what I have to offer you, and so that’s what I do. And it isn’t - to me, when I relate to a piece of fiction or a novel or something, it isn’t that it makes me step outside of myself. Although sometimes, there are those kind of books. But, I mean, the things that I really relate to is when I read something that is articulate, something that I felt but haven’t been able to articulate. And I find that incredibly moving. And I find an incredible sense of community in that.  

And sometimes it’s over centuries, which is even more exciting to me. If I read something somebody wrote 300 years ago, and it’s me, you know, what I’m going through now in my head - I mean, it sends chills down my spine. And I feel like that’s what I want to be able to offer, that if I offer myself, that there’s a chance that somebody else will feel connected because they felt that. And even if the story is sad, you can be connected in your sadness and the sadness of being a human being.”

—Charlie Kaufman

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@chosenberg and I rearranged our entire living room so we could have a donut stool. #LOVINGIT

@chosenberg and I rearranged our entire living room so we could have a donut stool. #LOVINGIT