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Schlieri & Sevi back in the days having a pleasant talk with a finnish interviewer

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Women's March: 100,000+ People Marched Today In London! Along With THE WORLD!

WHAT A REMARKABLE DAY! Myself, Gregory, my brother Adam and his boyfriend Sterling ALL Marched today in London from the US Embassy to Trafalgar Square! It was AMAZING!

All live photo’s are credit to Gregory and Adam!

The man in the above picture is Sadiq Khan… he is our Mayor here in London. He Marched with us and chanted right along with all of us… 




‘NOPE’ Trump Photo from The Telegraph


All presidential debates should be sung w/ soothing melodies…

Gregory Brothers Ear Biscuits

Our special guests on #EarBiscuits this week are the Gregory Brothers!

The Gregory Brothers, the musical group known internet-wide for their viral series, “Auto-Tune the News,” join Rhett & Link this week to talk about the path that led them to compose the theme song for the hit Netflix series “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” the behind-the-scenes stories of auditioning for American Idol, and what it’s like to work so closely on a regular basis with members of their own family.

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Read the accompanying article by Tubefilter. 

Reblog if you like any of these songs! If you do you are cool:3 if you don't your cool too:3

Awesome as I Want to Be
Bajancanadian Song
Balloons- Mandopony
Break My Mind- Dagames
Cube Land- Dbp Music
Die In a Fire- TheLivingTombstone
Fabulous- Roomie (feat. Pewdiepie)
Find the Pieces- TryHardNinja
Five Nights at Freddys- TheLivingTombstone
Five nights at Freddys night 1 or 2- random encounters (feat. Markiplier)
Immortals-fall out boy
It’s been so long- TheLivingTombstone
It’s time to die- Dagames
Jabba the Hutt- Pewdiepie ft. The Gregory brothers
Just gold- mandopony
New world- skydoesminecraft
Noticed- MandoPony
Revenge- TryHardNinja
Shine like rainbows- mlp
The show must go on- MandoPony
You’ll play your part- mlp


Feb. 10: St. Scholastica (480-542?), Benedictine abbess and founder, virgin

Twins often share the same interests and ideas with an equal intensity. Therefore, it is no surprise that Scholastica and her twin brother, Benedict, established religious communities within a few miles from each other.

Born in 480 of wealthy parents, Scholastica and Benedict were brought up together until he left central Italy for Rome to continue his studies.

Little is known of Scholastica’s early life. She founded a religious community for women near Monte Cassino at Plombariola, five miles from where her brother governed a monastery.

The twins visited each other once a year in a farmhouse because Scholastica was not permitted inside the monastery. They spent these times discussing spiritual matters.

According to the Dialogues of St. Gregory the Great, the brother and sister spent their last day together in prayer and conversation. Scholastica sensed her death was close at hand and she begged Benedict to stay with her until the next day.

He refused her request because he did not want to spend a night outside the monastery, thus breaking his own Rule. Scholastica asked God to let her brother remain and a severe thunderstorm broke out, preventing Benedict and his monks from returning to the abbey.

Benedict cried out, “God forgive you, Sister. What have you done?” Scholastica replied, “I asked a favor of you and you refused. I asked it of God and he granted it.”

Brother and sister parted the next morning after their long discussion. Three days later, Benedict was praying in his monastery and saw the soul of his sister rising heavenward in the form of a white dove. Benedict then announced the death of his sister to the monks and later buried her in the tomb he had prepared for himself.

Scholastica and Benedict gave themselves totally to God and gave top priority to deepening their friendship with him through prayer. They sacrificed some of the opportunities they would have had to be together as brother and sister in order better to fulfill their vocation to the religious life. In coming closer to Christ, however, they found they were also closer to each other. In joining a religious community, they did not forget or forsake their family but rather found more brothers and sisters.