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Both of the hot moms are wearing long sleeves and pants as opposed to cute Easter dresses. I call bullshit. Tha Lord has seriously let me down this year.

That means I can’t with good conscious go with my annual Easter tradition tweet: For hot moms in cute Easter dresses, we give thanks and praise. Amen.

Addendum since I didn’t get this sent before church started… Found a couple hot moms in cute dresses hiding in the back. Amen.

Been a while since I’ve busted out the black Justin ropers to go with the black suit and pink shirt. 

Happy Easter, folks.

Been a while since I’ve busted out the black Justin ropers to go with the black suit and pink shirt.

Happy Easter, folks.

Friday! Friday! Friday!

- Had BBQ at a place I’ve direly wanted to try in DC. Had really high expectations but it was just good. Damn shame for as pricey as it was. Meats were good but not great, sides and desserts were awesome though.
- Walked around the national mall. Didn’t clock it but pretty sure we walked 5-6 miles.
- So. Very. Tired.
- Skipped dinner and watched Diners, Drive-ins and Dives for two hours so clearly I’m going to dream about eating all sorts of stuff.

'Murica.

'Murica.

Minor Dilemma

Working now on the Ohio / West Virginia border.  Buddy has free tickets to Pat Green and Cory Morrow in Baltimore tonight.  I love me some Pat Fucking Green and have seen him live no less than 10 or 12 times.  He puts on a great live show.  

I’m driving toward home here shortly (four hours), but Baltimore is another hour or so further.  As much as I want to go to the show, the extra hour and back to Baltimore does not sound appealing at all.  Add in the fact that the free show would likely still cost damn near $50 in parking, gas, beer, etc. and I’m leaning toward not going.  I haven’t been home in two weeks and a quiet night at home with the fam sounds rather appealing.

But live music is always a great, great thing.

I don’t know.  I’m tired, but I want to go out…

brutalpheasant:

ryan adams,willie nelson

brutalpheasant:

ryan adams,willie nelson

takemedowntofunkytown:

nieuwebegin:

bandwnudes:

http://bandwnudes.tumblr.com/archive

Bazinga! ;-)

This give “balls deep” a whole new meaning.

takemedowntofunkytown:

nieuwebegin:

bandwnudes:

http://bandwnudes.tumblr.com/archive

Bazinga! ;-)

This give “balls deep” a whole new meaning.

(Source: baddlittlemiss)

I love my fucking job

No really.  I do.  I know it’s a very un-Tumblr like thing to say, but for the first time maybe in my life I really do love my fucking job.

We’re an oil and gas contractor and I’ve been here just short of six months.  We’ve grown exponentially over the last year or so.    We finally added an HR Manager and her and I have really hit it off over the last month or so of me working in our home office on Fridays.  She’s also smoking hawt, but that’s a different story.

So we’re talking this morning and I ask if they came across I-70 or 470.  She says “It’s not 470.  There is no 470.  It’s 270.”.  I know damn well it’s 470 and tell her so.  In response, I get “Mother fucker, it’s 270 and I’m going to look it up!”.

Turns out I was right and she was wrong which I didn’t really care much about, but it’s freaking spectacular to work in a job where you can get mother fucked in a hilarious way by your HR Manager.

iamlucyspet:

mlb:

This Rangers fan gets a HR ball, breaks out in dance.

that is how to properly celebrate getting a game ball

Caught by the Green Hill Kid. When a homer is hit on the hill, he goes to catch it. If a Ranger hits it, he dances; if the other team hits it, he throws it back. Kooky he caught one in the bleachers.

iamlucyspet:

mlb:

This Rangers fan gets a HR ball, breaks out in dance.

that is how to properly celebrate getting a game ball

Caught by the Green Hill Kid. When a homer is hit on the hill, he goes to catch it. If a Ranger hits it, he dances; if the other team hits it, he throws it back. Kooky he caught one in the bleachers.

Man of Constant Sorrow
Dan Tyminski/Soggy Bottom Boys

Soggy Bottom Boys (Dan Tyminski)

Man of Constant Sorrow

O Brother, Where Art Thou? Soundtrack

(Source: 1987-1994)

retracingben replied to your post “what is “good beer” to you?”

I love Yuengling. We don’t have it in Maine.

We moved from Texas to Maryland in July 2008.  At that time, I’d heard of it but you couldn’t get it down there.  Since it was really difficult to find Shiner Bock up here at the time, Yuengling became my go to.  Now I drink way more Yuengling than Shiner just for dimes and nickels reasons.

what is "good beer" to you?

As much as I like good beer, I’m usually on a budget.  That said, my usual is just regular old Yuengling because it’s good and it’s cheap.  Every now and then, I splurge on favorites like Shiner Bock (Can’t wait to get my first Ruby Redbird of the season) and Flying Dog (RUN to get the Raging Bitch IPA if you’ve never had it).

I also like branching out and trying new beers, but don’t as much as I’d like.  Me and a guy from work have started the idea of trading beers recently.  I gave him a Sweet Baby Jesus (the Chocolate Peanut Butter stout I previously posted) and he gave me a Vanilla Porter that was amazing.

"We’re dealing with a lot of shit here"

If I’m gonna mention one of the best movie scenes ever, I gotta share the actual scene.

I’m not concerned with your liking or disliking me… all I ask is that you respect me as a human being.”

… …

"Life is not a spectator sport. If you’re going to spend your whole life in the grandstand just watching what goes on, in my opinion you’re wasting your life.

-

Jackie Robinson

Today is Jackie Robinson day.

Keep learning from people that stood their ground for change.

(via themindofg)