Sayla's Cubby Hole-In-The-Wall

agentmlovestacos:

There is no greater Guardians/Parks & Rec gif mashup than this.

via chrisisoninfiniteearths:

Fantastic.

fallontonight:

Jimmy took some time during Friday’s show to catch up on his weekly Thank You Notes! 

fallontonight:

Jimmy took some time during Friday’s show to catch up on his weekly Thank You Notes! 

'Doug Loves Movies' taping last night at the Women's Club! And don't think there wasn't an abundance of jokes on stage about that because there was. 😆 Doug Benson, Sean Jordan, Matt Braunger, and Graham Elwood! #HAF #DLM #MPLS

'Doug Loves Movies' taping last night at the Women's Club! And don't think there wasn't an abundance of jokes on stage about that because there was. 😆 Doug Benson, Sean Jordan, Matt Braunger, and Graham Elwood! #HAF #DLM #MPLS

they call themselves the guardians of the galaxy

teamfreekickass:

alexandertheprettyalright:

mamalaz:

Bradley Cooper and Vin Diesel 

Speaking their lines vs the final product

Why is Vin Diesel looking down? Is he worried he’s gonna forget his line?

Vin Diesel asked the director his inspiration for every line he did and did multiple takes until he was satisfied. He also recorded the line over 1,000 times and also recorded his lines in Mandarin, Portuguese, French, and Spanish so they could use his real voice in those versions. He’s looking at his lines because Vin Diesel is a  dedicated  motherfucking professional

felizverde:


piplups:



my god that gif was made for this moment

felizverde:

piplups:

my god that gif was made for this moment

princessofnana:

childrenmilk:

kuuderekitten:

givenchybackpack:

might be the rawest pic I ever seen. and he got a bag of chips in his hand

THIS IS SO FUCKING METAL

With his dreads and his american flag shirt, this is everything

This will be in history textbooks one day. I’m sure of it.

jonahray:

I know there’s a deluge of Robin Williams stuff from everybody and I put off writing or posting much about him. But, it’s just affecting me so god damn fucking much that I’ll just do it.

Finding out about the news of Robin Williams stopped me dead in my tracks.I was walking when I got two simultaneous texts telling me the news, causing me to not be able to move my feet. I was dumbfounded. 
Many thoughts ran through my head at that moment, mainly of my friends Bob and Mason who have had a lifetime being as close to Robin as family. Like many comics I immediately recalled the times he came around the UCB theater and would be riffing with everybody in-between slamming pint glasses of vodka. Or when a clean and sober Robin came to The Meltdown show with his daughter and after the beckoning of Kumail, went and performed on our stage. 
My wife and I spent Easter with him last year. He was just this mellow, kind-hearted man who even if he wasn’t doing his signature, mile a minute, stream of conciousness comedy, he could still make you laugh with his quiet charm. 
Everybody talks about how he gave so much time to everybody he met. He was a giver. In the back room of a comedy show he was just another comic but understood that any little interaction with anybody in that room could mean a lifetime of joy for them. So he gave it. Non stop he gave everybody some sort of happy, nice moment. 
I’ve sobbed a number of times since hearing. Growing up wanting to be a comic, for me, was essentially wanting what Robin Williams had. He did stand up, sketch, TV Comedy, Film Comedy, and gave some of the most dramatic performances I’ve ever seen. He was the monolith that a lot of us aspired to. It seemingly was possible. To be able to do comedy, act, and most importantly be a really good hearted person. He didn’t need to act like a celebrity. He didn’t need to be afraid if people just wanted something from him. He never retreated because of his stature in the business. He stayed true to the nice guy that started doing comedy all those years ago.
It scares me that he did it. When you start comedy, you think it’s always gonna be the next thing that makes it feel real and makes you fulfilled:
“Not this open mic, i gotta do good at THAT OPEN MIC.”
“Once I’m booked in THAT room, that’s when it’ll feel real.”
“Okay, once I get a TV spot…that’s when I can relax.”
“Nevermind, once I get a NETWORK TV spot…”
“Once I get a writing job….”
“Once I get a better one…”
“When I get a role on a show…I’ll feel better…”
“Once THIS…then THAT…”
Clearly, none of the successes of any of this stuff can make you truly happy. Case in point: Robin Williams. 
I am very much guilty of never being satisfied of rarely “enjoying my burrito”. If the guy I aspired to be couldn’t find it at the top, then maybe we’re on the wrong mountain. Or maybe it’s the way we perceive the mountain. Maybe it doesn’t matter whereabouts on the mountain you are, it’s about being happy and working on being a good person to your friends and family and also a good person to everybody you meet. 
This happening at this time in my life is a good reminder to find happiness first. A reminder that I shouldn’t go looking for it in fame, money, success or in other people. Find a way to be happy with yourself. 

ENJOY YOUR BURRITO
jr

jonahray:

I know there’s a deluge of Robin Williams stuff from everybody and I put off writing or posting much about him. But, it’s just affecting me so god damn fucking much that I’ll just do it.

Finding out about the news of Robin Williams stopped me dead in my tracks.I was walking when I got two simultaneous texts telling me the news, causing me to not be able to move my feet. I was dumbfounded. 

Many thoughts ran through my head at that moment, mainly of my friends Bob and Mason who have had a lifetime being as close to Robin as family. Like many comics I immediately recalled the times he came around the UCB theater and would be riffing with everybody in-between slamming pint glasses of vodka. Or when a clean and sober Robin came to The Meltdown show with his daughter and after the beckoning of Kumail, went and performed on our stage. 

My wife and I spent Easter with him last year. He was just this mellow, kind-hearted man who even if he wasn’t doing his signature, mile a minute, stream of conciousness comedy, he could still make you laugh with his quiet charm. 

Everybody talks about how he gave so much time to everybody he met. He was a giver. In the back room of a comedy show he was just another comic but understood that any little interaction with anybody in that room could mean a lifetime of joy for them. So he gave it. Non stop he gave everybody some sort of happy, nice moment. 

I’ve sobbed a number of times since hearing. Growing up wanting to be a comic, for me, was essentially wanting what Robin Williams had. He did stand up, sketch, TV Comedy, Film Comedy, and gave some of the most dramatic performances I’ve ever seen. He was the monolith that a lot of us aspired to. It seemingly was possible. To be able to do comedy, act, and most importantly be a really good hearted person. He didn’t need to act like a celebrity. He didn’t need to be afraid if people just wanted something from him. He never retreated because of his stature in the business. He stayed true to the nice guy that started doing comedy all those years ago.

It scares me that he did it. When you start comedy, you think it’s always gonna be the next thing that makes it feel real and makes you fulfilled:

“Not this open mic, i gotta do good at THAT OPEN MIC.”

“Once I’m booked in THAT room, that’s when it’ll feel real.”

“Okay, once I get a TV spot…that’s when I can relax.”

“Nevermind, once I get a NETWORK TV spot…”

“Once I get a writing job….”

“Once I get a better one…”

“When I get a role on a show…I’ll feel better…”

“Once THIS…then THAT…”

Clearly, none of the successes of any of this stuff can make you truly happy. Case in point: Robin Williams. 

I am very much guilty of never being satisfied of rarely “enjoying my burrito”. If the guy I aspired to be couldn’t find it at the top, then maybe we’re on the wrong mountain. Or maybe it’s the way we perceive the mountain. Maybe it doesn’t matter whereabouts on the mountain you are, it’s about being happy and working on being a good person to your friends and family and also a good person to everybody you meet. 

This happening at this time in my life is a good reminder to find happiness first. A reminder that I shouldn’t go looking for it in fame, money, success or in other people. Find a way to be happy with yourself. 

ENJOY YOUR BURRITO

jr

Robin Williams photographed by Peggy Sirota, 2013

storyofagayboy:

It really is heartbreaking to learn of Robin Williams’ passing, but heart wrenching to know it was likely suicide. I have followed his struggles over the last several years as he battled addiction and alcoholism, depression, and health issues, but this is just devastating. As someone who has experienced these problems personally and in those closest to me, it is a very harsh blow and a very strong wake up call because all too often, those who laugh the loudest, and love most passionately, are the ones who are dying inside and need the most help. And all too often, those who have overcome such major struggles end up relapsing in the end. Many people will judge Robin for his actions this morning, but I will not. I will simply hang my head in sorrow and remember what great entertainment he brought us all. Robin Williams was a voice, a face, a personality that touched people across the world, he brought us joy, he brought us tears of laughter, he brought us memories, and for that, I thank him. Tonight, many of us will mourn Robin Williams the actor and comedian, but tonight, I mourn Robin Williams, the troubled man with a big heart. May he rest in eternal peace. Carpe Diem.

storyofagayboy:

It really is heartbreaking to learn of Robin Williams’ passing, but heart wrenching to know it was likely suicide. I have followed his struggles over the last several years as he battled addiction and alcoholism, depression, and health issues, but this is just devastating. As someone who has experienced these problems personally and in those closest to me, it is a very harsh blow and a very strong wake up call because all too often, those who laugh the loudest, and love most passionately, are the ones who are dying inside and need the most help. And all too often, those who have overcome such major struggles end up relapsing in the end. Many people will judge Robin for his actions this morning, but I will not. I will simply hang my head in sorrow and remember what great entertainment he brought us all. Robin Williams was a voice, a face, a personality that touched people across the world, he brought us joy, he brought us tears of laughter, he brought us memories, and for that, I thank him. Tonight, many of us will mourn Robin Williams the actor and comedian, but tonight, I mourn Robin Williams, the troubled man with a big heart. May he rest in eternal peace. Carpe Diem.

shanellbklyn:

fiftyshadesofmacygray:

This made tear up for real.

THIS IS POWERFUL