forecast the facts

weekly forecast for the signs (8/2/15)
  • Aries: beware greeks bearing gifts. specifically gifts large enough for people to hide in.
  • Taurus: revise revise revise revise revise revise revise revise revise revise revise revise revise revise revise revise revise revise revise revise revise revise revise revise revise revise revise revise revise revise revise revise revise revise revise revise revise revise revise revise
  • Gemini: don't worry about math this week. don't even bother
  • Cancer: go see the doctor. now.
  • Leo: pry your ancestral blade from the cold dead hands of your father and ride forth to avenge the destruction of your village
  • Virgo: wear sunscreen
  • Libra: communication is key this week. talk to a partner about something that's been bothering you
  • Scorpio: yikes
  • Sagittarius: you have really good taste in music. wow!
  • Capricorn: it's probably time to develop an interest in other people, asshole
  • Aquarius: shitpost.
  • Pisces: if you start drinking now, you'll already be drunk by the time the bad things start happening

‘Ship Shape: How Your Fave Pairs From Big Bang, Mindy, Once, Arrow and Other Shows Are Faring

THE COUPLE | Once Upon a Time’s Emma and Hook

THE LATEST | The tenuous twosome spends the better part of the two-hour season finale making like Marty McFly (rent the DVD, Hook!), laboring to make sure that Snow and Charming meet and fall in love in the Fairy Tale Land That Was. Along the way, there’s a romantic ball gown and a waltz, and a frothy bit where Emma uses her undeniable (ahem) “charms” to distract The Other Hook.

AWWW! | Back in Storybrooke, having realized that Hook traded the Jolly Roger for a magic bean (in order to find her in New York City), an incredibly moved Emma moves in for lots and lots of kissing.

THE FORECAST | Clear skies, aye. In fact, they may rival only the Charmings as Storybrooke’s most (currently!) untroubled couple.

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washingtonpost.com
WATCH: Stars spoof Koch Brothers in new climate change music video
By https://www.facebook.com/eilperin

A slew of Hollywood stars — including January Jones, Estelle, Atlas Genius and Darren Criss — have joined forces with the Funny or Die production team and a liberal climate advocacy group to produce a new music video mocking the Koch Brothers and prominent Republican politicians.

In a spoof on the 1985 collaboration “We Are The World,” the celebrities have recorded the song “The Earth’s Not Getting Warmer” as part of ClimateTruth.org‘s ongoing effort to counter the conservative movement in the United States and promote aggressive cuts in carbon emissions. ClimateTruth.org, previously known as Forecast the Facts, was originally formed to target meteorologists who questioned the link between human activities and global warming.