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…and he makes eye contact with Gary Payton and Payton is smiling.

"In high school, I once had sex with a girl right in the middle of the…"
"Cafeteria!"
"Yeah! But that’s not what they’re looking for"

"Love doesn’t make any sense"Dear tv series, stop teaching me what I already know "Love doesn’t make any sense"Dear tv series, stop teaching me what I already know

"Love doesn’t make any sense"

Dear tv series, stop teaching me what I already know

First off, kudos to Marshall and Lily for calming you down.

The Captain owns a Magritte.
He definitely has good taste.
Thanks, HIMYM

Ross [thinking]: Say something clever! Okay, doesn’t have to be clever, it just has to be words. Say some words. Any words will do. Oh my God! This is the longest that anyone has not talked, ever! There is nothing you can say to make this worse! So just say something!
Ross [aloud]:I, uh, I haven’t had sex in a very long time.
Ross [thinking]: Yeah, you really shouldn’t have said anything.

gotemcoach:

THANK YOU, RAEF LAFRENTZ.  CURSE YOU, JAMES POSEY.
I know Raef LaFrentz didn’t dunk this basketball.  Raef LaFrentz didn’t even make the shot.  But Raef LaFrentz did catch it, and that’s what makes it a pass.
If Raef LaFrentz gets hit in the face, or bobbles the ball, it’s not called “The Jason Williams Elbow Pass.”  It’s just called a “turnover.”  Here’s to Raef LaFrentz.  We’ll be forever grateful for your sole contribution to the NBA.
Conversely, there’s not enough venom and hatred directed at James Posey for fouling LaFrentz, and ruining this moment. All of a sudden, the guy starts playing hard defense at an All-Star Event?  Did you not get the memo?  This was supposed to be an exhibition!!!
I’ve spent a lot of time watching the highlight, but never the context.  Today, I discovered Posey missed a 3-point shot on the other end, which lead to the fast break and Williams’ spectacular pass.  That’s why he fouled.  The guy was, as is the parlance today, butt hurt.  Arrest James Posey.
And to Jason Williams, god bless you.  They can’t erase what you were.
#GotEmCoach
gotemcoach:

THANK YOU, RAEF LAFRENTZ.  CURSE YOU, JAMES POSEY.
I know Raef LaFrentz didn’t dunk this basketball.  Raef LaFrentz didn’t even make the shot.  But Raef LaFrentz did catch it, and that’s what makes it a pass.
If Raef LaFrentz gets hit in the face, or bobbles the ball, it’s not called “The Jason Williams Elbow Pass.”  It’s just called a “turnover.”  Here’s to Raef LaFrentz.  We’ll be forever grateful for your sole contribution to the NBA.
Conversely, there’s not enough venom and hatred directed at James Posey for fouling LaFrentz, and ruining this moment. All of a sudden, the guy starts playing hard defense at an All-Star Event?  Did you not get the memo?  This was supposed to be an exhibition!!!
I’ve spent a lot of time watching the highlight, but never the context.  Today, I discovered Posey missed a 3-point shot on the other end, which lead to the fast break and Williams’ spectacular pass.  That’s why he fouled.  The guy was, as is the parlance today, butt hurt.  Arrest James Posey.
And to Jason Williams, god bless you.  They can’t erase what you were.
#GotEmCoach
gotemcoach:

THANK YOU, RAEF LAFRENTZ.  CURSE YOU, JAMES POSEY.
I know Raef LaFrentz didn’t dunk this basketball.  Raef LaFrentz didn’t even make the shot.  But Raef LaFrentz did catch it, and that’s what makes it a pass.
If Raef LaFrentz gets hit in the face, or bobbles the ball, it’s not called “The Jason Williams Elbow Pass.”  It’s just called a “turnover.”  Here’s to Raef LaFrentz.  We’ll be forever grateful for your sole contribution to the NBA.
Conversely, there’s not enough venom and hatred directed at James Posey for fouling LaFrentz, and ruining this moment. All of a sudden, the guy starts playing hard defense at an All-Star Event?  Did you not get the memo?  This was supposed to be an exhibition!!!
I’ve spent a lot of time watching the highlight, but never the context.  Today, I discovered Posey missed a 3-point shot on the other end, which lead to the fast break and Williams’ spectacular pass.  That’s why he fouled.  The guy was, as is the parlance today, butt hurt.  Arrest James Posey.
And to Jason Williams, god bless you.  They can’t erase what you were.
#GotEmCoach

gotemcoach:

THANK YOU, RAEF LAFRENTZ.  CURSE YOU, JAMES POSEY.

I know Raef LaFrentz didn’t dunk this basketball.  Raef LaFrentz didn’t even make the shot.  But Raef LaFrentz did catch it, and that’s what makes it a pass.

If Raef LaFrentz gets hit in the face, or bobbles the ball, it’s not called “The Jason Williams Elbow Pass.”  It’s just called a “turnover.”  Here’s to Raef LaFrentz.  We’ll be forever grateful for your sole contribution to the NBA.

Conversely, there’s not enough venom and hatred directed at James Posey for fouling LaFrentz, and ruining this moment. All of a sudden, the guy starts playing hard defense at an All-Star Event?  Did you not get the memo?  This was supposed to be an exhibition!!!

I’ve spent a lot of time watching the highlight, but never the context.  Today, I discovered Posey missed a 3-point shot on the other end, which lead to the fast break and Williams’ spectacular pass.  That’s why he fouled.  The guy was, as is the parlance today, butt hurt.  Arrest James Posey.

And to Jason Williams, god bless you.  They can’t erase what you were.

#GotEmCoach

Tyler The Creator is a genius.Case fucking closed Tyler The Creator is a genius.Case fucking closed

Tyler The Creator is a genius.
Case fucking closed

lostinpublications:

Enlargements by Johan Rosenmunthe
"It’s said (cliche alert!) that a picture is worth a thousand words, but this well-worn notion feels revived in Enlargements, which examines a photo’s capacity to hold innumerable stories in synchronicity, whether we realise it or not. It begins with one big shot of a Manhattan skyline before successively zooming, enlarging, and cropping different slices of the image, creating an eerie visual essay that leaves us wondering, among other things: Is that nun going to jump?"
Published by JSBJ in 2011: Élargissements


lostinpublications:

Enlargements by Johan Rosenmunthe
"It’s said (cliche alert!) that a picture is worth a thousand words, but this well-worn notion feels revived in Enlargements, which examines a photo’s capacity to hold innumerable stories in synchronicity, whether we realise it or not. It begins with one big shot of a Manhattan skyline before successively zooming, enlarging, and cropping different slices of the image, creating an eerie visual essay that leaves us wondering, among other things: Is that nun going to jump?"
Published by JSBJ in 2011: Élargissements


lostinpublications:

Enlargements by Johan Rosenmunthe
"It’s said (cliche alert!) that a picture is worth a thousand words, but this well-worn notion feels revived in Enlargements, which examines a photo’s capacity to hold innumerable stories in synchronicity, whether we realise it or not. It begins with one big shot of a Manhattan skyline before successively zooming, enlarging, and cropping different slices of the image, creating an eerie visual essay that leaves us wondering, among other things: Is that nun going to jump?"
Published by JSBJ in 2011: Élargissements


lostinpublications:

Enlargements by Johan Rosenmunthe
"It’s said (cliche alert!) that a picture is worth a thousand words, but this well-worn notion feels revived in Enlargements, which examines a photo’s capacity to hold innumerable stories in synchronicity, whether we realise it or not. It begins with one big shot of a Manhattan skyline before successively zooming, enlarging, and cropping different slices of the image, creating an eerie visual essay that leaves us wondering, among other things: Is that nun going to jump?"
Published by JSBJ in 2011: Élargissements


lostinpublications:

Enlargements by Johan Rosenmunthe
"It’s said (cliche alert!) that a picture is worth a thousand words, but this well-worn notion feels revived in Enlargements, which examines a photo’s capacity to hold innumerable stories in synchronicity, whether we realise it or not. It begins with one big shot of a Manhattan skyline before successively zooming, enlarging, and cropping different slices of the image, creating an eerie visual essay that leaves us wondering, among other things: Is that nun going to jump?"
Published by JSBJ in 2011: Élargissements


lostinpublications:

Enlargements by Johan Rosenmunthe
"It’s said (cliche alert!) that a picture is worth a thousand words, but this well-worn notion feels revived in Enlargements, which examines a photo’s capacity to hold innumerable stories in synchronicity, whether we realise it or not. It begins with one big shot of a Manhattan skyline before successively zooming, enlarging, and cropping different slices of the image, creating an eerie visual essay that leaves us wondering, among other things: Is that nun going to jump?"
Published by JSBJ in 2011: Élargissements


lostinpublications:

Enlargements by Johan Rosenmunthe
"It’s said (cliche alert!) that a picture is worth a thousand words, but this well-worn notion feels revived in Enlargements, which examines a photo’s capacity to hold innumerable stories in synchronicity, whether we realise it or not. It begins with one big shot of a Manhattan skyline before successively zooming, enlarging, and cropping different slices of the image, creating an eerie visual essay that leaves us wondering, among other things: Is that nun going to jump?"
Published by JSBJ in 2011: Élargissements


lostinpublications:

Enlargements by Johan Rosenmunthe
"It’s said (cliche alert!) that a picture is worth a thousand words, but this well-worn notion feels revived in Enlargements, which examines a photo’s capacity to hold innumerable stories in synchronicity, whether we realise it or not. It begins with one big shot of a Manhattan skyline before successively zooming, enlarging, and cropping different slices of the image, creating an eerie visual essay that leaves us wondering, among other things: Is that nun going to jump?"
Published by JSBJ in 2011: Élargissements


lostinpublications:

Enlargements by Johan Rosenmunthe
"It’s said (cliche alert!) that a picture is worth a thousand words, but this well-worn notion feels revived in Enlargements, which examines a photo’s capacity to hold innumerable stories in synchronicity, whether we realise it or not. It begins with one big shot of a Manhattan skyline before successively zooming, enlarging, and cropping different slices of the image, creating an eerie visual essay that leaves us wondering, among other things: Is that nun going to jump?"
Published by JSBJ in 2011: Élargissements

lostinpublications:

Enlargements by Johan Rosenmunthe

"It’s said (cliche alert!) that a picture is worth a thousand words, but this well-worn notion feels revived in Enlargements, which examines a photo’s capacity to hold innumerable stories in synchronicity, whether we realise it or not. It begins with one big shot of a Manhattan skyline before successively zooming, enlarging, and cropping different slices of the image, creating an eerie visual essay that leaves us wondering, among other things: Is that nun going to jump?"

Published by JSBJ in 2011: Élargissements

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