seven s

  • Seven: [wakes MC up at 3 am] Hey, MC. Hey.
  • MC: Seven? What's the matter?
  • Seven: Do you like me?
  • MC: Seven, I married you.
  • Seven: Yeah okay. But did you marry me as a friend or-

Decided to sell Rogue, since - like a few others - I’ve yet to do anything with him… and I’ve had him for 2+ years.
He’s up on the AH for 25k, and he’s a seven digit, unbred, if that even matters?

The accent he was wearing is called Faenger - (probably a play on fae ranger but I keep thinking of a fangar instead) - that’s going on the AH for 600g.


World Rugby Sevens One of the greatest athletes, not just in women’s rugby sevens, but in all rugby across the globe. Meet Portia Woodman of Black Ferns 7s

  • Zen: You know, Seven. I kind of miss dating. I miss the feeling.
  • 707: Why?
  • Zen: When you meet someone for the first time, and it's new and exciting. You know that rush?
  • 707: No, no. See, when I first meet somebody, it's mostly panic, anxiety, and a great deal of sweating.

Sasheer Zamata quit ‘SNL,’ proving TV’s race and gender problems are more systemic than ever

  • It was big news in 2014 when Sasheer Zamata joined Saturday Night Live and became the show’s first black female cast member since Maya Rudolph’s departure seven years earlier. 
  • But it’s even bigger news that Zamata, 31, is now leaving the show after just four seasons.
  • Before she joined, black male cast members like Jay Pharoah or Kenan Thompson did impersonations of black women on the show, roles that they both eventually shunned openly. 
  • Once she joined the cast, Zamata churned out crowd-pleasing impersonations of Taraji P. Henson, Nicki Minaj, Rihanna, Lupita Nyong'o and Michelle Obama. 
  • As a black woman, Zamata’s casting was supposed to fill a gaping hole in the show’s cast. 
  • But her short stint on SNL is a clear example, perhaps more than any other, that there are no so-called “quick fixes” to the problem of racial and gender inequity on television. Read more (Opinion)

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