Sisters Movie Online (2015)


R | 1h 58min |
Comedy |
18 December 2015 (USA)

Two sisters decide to throw one last house party before their parents sell their family home.

Harry had two parties ahead of his birthday. One in London and one in LA. There was no reason for them to stay in the US, more so they celebrated his bday ahead so they could go MIA. RBB literally told us they celebrated together. There were tons of photos from Danielle’s party from her friends, nothing from last night. Those were staged photos. Why do people think I am stupid lmao I hope Harry and Louis did cuddle a lot yesterday and had a lovely day together away from all the fuckery

What if Elections Don’t Matter?

What if Democrats and Republicans were two wings of the same bird of prey?

What if elections were actually useful tools of social control? What if they just provided the populace with meaningless participation in a process that validates an establishment that never meaningfully changes? What if that establishment doesn’t want and doesn’t have the consent of the governed? What if the two-party system was actually a mechanism used to limit so-called public opinion? What if there were more than two sides to every issue, but the two parties wanted to box you in to one of their corners?

What if there’s no such thing as public opinion, because every thinking person has opinions that are uniquely his own? What if public opinion was just a manufactured narrative that makes it easier to convince people that if their views are different, there’s something wrong with that — or something wrong with them?

What if the whole purpose of the Democratic and Republican parties was not to expand voters’ choices, but to limit them? What if the widely perceived differences between the two parties was just an illusion? What if the heart of government policy remains the same, no matter who’s in the White House? What if the heart of government policy remains the same, no matter what the people want?

What if those vaunted differences between Democrat and Republican were actually just minor disagreements? What if both parties just want power and are willing to have young people fight meaningless wars in order to enhance that power? What if both parties continue to fight the war on drugs just to give bureaucrats and cops bigger budgets and more jobs?

What if government policies didn’t change when government’s leaders did? What if no matter who won an election, government stayed the same? What if government was really a revolving door of political hacks, bent on exploiting the people while they’re in charge?

What if both parties supported welfare, war, debt, bailouts and big government? What if the rhetoric that candidates displayed on the campaign trail was dumped after electoral victory? What if Barack Obama campaigned as an antiwar, pro-civil liberties candidate, then waged senseless wars while assaulting your rights that the Constitution is supposed to protect? What if George W. Bush campaigned on a platform of nonintervention and small government, then waged a foreign policy of muscular military intervention and a domestic policy of vast government borrowing and growth?

What if Bill Clinton declared the era of big government to be over, but actually just convinced Republicans like Newt Gingrich that they can get what they want out of big government, too? What if the Republicans went along with it?

What if Ronald Reagan spent six years running for president promising to shrink government, but then the government grew while he was in office? What if, notwithstanding Reagan’s ideas and cheerfulness and libertarian rhetoric, there really was no Reagan Revolution?

What if all this is happening again?

-Judge Andrew P. Napolitano, (text) (video)

the words “shirt” and “skirt” derive from the same old word, which originally described a longish tunic. the way this has affected my life is that one time at a party I was talking to two girls about denim clothes and one of them said “I’ve got a lot of jorts…but I also have 1 jirt” and me and the other girl were like “hell yes. go put your jirt on, this is amazing. we are so drunk and psyched for your jirt” and then she left and came back in a jean skirt. what the hell. thought we were gonna have a denim shirt in this party but now this party sucks

the english language has a rude ass history and will only cause you pain

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Part One, Part Two, Part Three, Part Four, Part Five, Part Six, Part Seven,Part Eight, Part Nine, Part Ten, Part Eleven, Part Twelve,Part Thirteen, Part Fourteen, Part Fifteen, Part Sixteen, Part Seventeen, Part Eighteen

Summary: You leave your life in Seattle in order to start a new one in Austin. For once, everything goes to plan

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Jared x Reader

Warnings: mentions of smut

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Jared arrived at your apartment on Thursday evening, equally exhausted and excited.

After a home-cooked meal of chicken and roasted vegetables, you both got into bed, ready for an early night.

Jared wrapped his arms around you and pulled you to his chest.

“It’s my last day at work tomorrow,” you told him quietly, your hand resting on his chest, “And I’m moving out this weekend.”

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