Hysterical. I thought this was an Onion article at first. Which is a bummer because if it were, I’d have renewed my subscription. 

I’m not sure whether to laugh at the absurdity of the irresponsible journalism, or shake my head at the heaping mounds of cognitive dissonance that helped get this article published. 

Why talk to literally any POC or women who work in animation about diversity, when you can just ask 7 WHITE GUYS?

Full Article Here: http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/features/animation-roundtable-seth-rogen-6-more-avoiding-ethnic-stereotypes-creating-ugly-cute-princ


“Hollywood sign, which was modified overnight to read “Hollyweed.” The incident is being investigated as a misdemeanor charge of trespassing.” 


Chester Himes, American author.

Chester Himes was born in Jefferson City, Missouri, on July 29, 1909, to Joseph Sandy Himes and Estelle Bomar Himes; his father was a peripatetic black college professor of industrial trades and his mother was a teacher at Scotia Seminaryprior to marriage;[1] Chester Himes grew up in a middle-class home in Missouri. When he was about 12 years old, his father took a teaching job in the Arkansas Delta at Branch Normal College (now University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff), and soon a tragedy took place that would profoundly shape Himes’s view of race relations. He had misbehaved and his mother made him sit out a gunpowder demonstration that he and his brother, Joseph Jr., were supposed to conduct during a school assembly. Working alone, Joseph mixed the chemicals; they exploded in his face. Rushed to the nearest hospital, the blinded boy was refused treatment because of Jim Crow laws. “That one moment in my life hurt me as much as all the others put together,” Himes wrote in The Quality of Hurt.

“I loved my brother. I had never been separated from him and that moment was shocking, shattering, and terrifying….We pulled into the emergency entrance of a white people’s hospital. White clad doctors and attendants appeared. I remember sitting in the back seat with Joe watching the pantomime being enacted in the car’s bright lights. A white man was refusing; my father was pleading. Dejectedly my father turned away; he was crying like a baby. My mother was fumbling in her handbag for a handkerchief; I hoped it was for a pistol.”

Jessica Day is absolutely hilarious so I had to have her as one of my quotes of the day; today is that day!… “I feel like I wanna murder someone, and also, I want soft pretzels.”…. All of the characters are brilliantly hysterical on this show, New Girl is a must watch! 😂🙌🏼🔥😍

Originally posted by kimkaswells

Sam Winchester had to be today’s quote of the day!… “Dean, this is a very serious investigation. We don’t have any time for any of your blah blah blah blah”…. This episode is hilarious, Jared can pull off a very sassy Sam 😂🙌🏼👏🏼😍


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The Hangover, one of the funniest films ever, is today’s quote of the day!… “plus it’s not a man purse, it’s called a satchel. Indiana jones wears one.”…. Alan Garner is absolutely hysterical 😂😭👏🏼🔥

Originally posted by my-shit-mind