That is the face of a man who has has seen some shit!
“On that occasion I said this: If a person is gay and seeks out the Lord and is willing, who am I to judge that person? I was paraphrasing by heart the Catechism of the Catholic Church where it says that these people should be treated with delicacy and not be marginalized.”
“I am glad that we are talking about ‘homosexual people’ because before all else comes the individual person, in his wholeness and dignity,” Francis says. “And people should not be defined only by their sexual tendencies: let us not forget that God loves all his creatures and we are destined to receive his infinite love.”
“I prefer that homosexuals come to confession, that they stay close to the Lord, and that we pray all together,” Francis also says, in a possible reference to the Church’s historical stance that same-sex relationships are sinful. “You can advise them to pray, show goodwill, show them the way, and accompany them along it.”
– Pope Francis, in the new book, The Name of God is Mercy.
Comedian Amy Schumer stopped by The White House to show her support for Obama’s Executive Order on gun control. She’s not always serious, but when she is, she means business!
this bed 'SWALLOWS' you when it senses the EARTHQUAKE
DEPREM anında sizi içine alıp KORUYAN YATAK. Mutlaka bir göz atın bence…— this bed literally 'SWALLOWS' you when it senses the EARTHQUAKE. You gotta see it!… —
Posted by Bora Yeter on Sunday, December 27, 2015
Great concept, but so many questions! What if the uh, ‘motion of your ocean’ tricks it into thinking there’s an earthquake or something? How do you get out? How do you get to your supplies from out underneath of the mattress?
Why is it that everyone who gets knocked up from their own damn cousin SOUNDS THE SAME? They sound like they are talking with a mouth full of marbles… or cousin peen. Either way, MTV is here to promote that shit, and give you a glimpse into the beautiful world of …incest pregnancy? Check out the trailer above!
This is a piece of the market they could definitely corner! John Lippman, the man who bought recently bought Columbia House out of bankruptcy this month, revealed the plan in an interview with the Wall Street Journal.
Citing millennials’ enthusiasm for vinyl, he said, “You can see a yearning and an interest to try a new format.”
Although many associate Columbia House with its CD business — revenue peaked in 1996 at about $1.4 billion — the company dates back to the 1950s and has also sold vinyl records, 8-tracks, cassette tapes, and DVDs over the years, often via seemingly impossible deals. But, unable to keep up after sea changes in the music and home-video industries, it filed for bankruptcy in August.
According to the Recording Industry Association of America, vinyl says were up 52% in the first half of this year, but the format still makes up just 7% of the overall music market.
Sign us up! Would you renew your childhood obsession with Columbia House as an adult vinyl connoisseur?