deadlinejon:

stunningpicture:

This is what happens to a basketball court when the pipes burst

this is the greatest basketball challenge of all time

deadlinejon:

stunningpicture:

This is what happens to a basketball court when the pipes burst

this is the greatest basketball challenge of all time

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n-nightingale:

Working in customer service

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i-fucking-love-that-shit:

erosum:

 

get in losers we’re going hetero-crushing

OH MY GOD

i-fucking-love-that-shit:

erosum:

 

image

get in losers we’re going hetero-crushing

OH MY GOD

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forcing-sophrosyne:

saucytrumpet:

mu5icliz:

eldritch-elegy:

fuckyeahnerdpr0n:

whelp, I can now turn off the internet, I have seen everything

He also wore sweaters because of tattoos I believe he got in the Navy.

All this time i thought he was the image of suburbia. Turns out he’s more street than i am

oh my god.

He was in the marines and yes he wore sweaters to covor up his tattoos, full sleve tattoos if i may add. Mr.Rogers, you are a badass.

Okay first of all, no. None of this is true. If people would just take a moment to look, instead of immediately sharing hearsay, they’d realize a huge portion of what they reblog is bullshit.
If I might direct you to Mr.Rodger’s Snopes page…
“Not only did Fred Rogers never serve in the military, there are no gaps in his career when he could conceivably have done so. He went straight into college after high school, he moved directly into TV work after graduating college, and his breaks from television work were devoted to attending the Pittsburgh Theological Seminary (he was ordained as a Presbyterian minister in 1963) and the University of Pittsburgh’s Graduate School of Child Development. Moreover, Fred Rogers was born in 1928 and was therefore far too old to have been a draftee during the period of America’s military involvement in the Vietnam ground war (1965-72) and too established in his career at that point to have run off to enlist. 
Read more at http://www.snopes.com/radiotv/tv/mrrogers.asp#jFrm3ET7doPt7XBe.99”
And further down,
Fred Rogers never served in the military, and he bore no tattoos on his arms (or any other part of his body). He wore long-sleeved shirts and sweaters on his show as a stylistic choice, in order to maintain an air of formality with youngsters. Although he was friendly with the children in his viewing audience and talked to them on their own level, he was most definitely an authority figure on a par with parents and teachers (he was Mister Rogers to them, after all, not “Fred”), and his choice of dress was intended to establish and foster that relationship. Read more at http://www.snopes.com/radiotv/tv/mrrogers.asp#jFrm3ET7doPt7XBe.99
Finally
Images of Fred Rogers posing with one or both middle fingers extended have long been circulated on the Internet with captions claiming they captured the children’s show host disdainfully “flipping off” his audience during the taping of the final Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood episode. Although the pictures may appear puzzling out of context, they’re actually screen captures from a harmless moment in 1967 when Fred Rogers led some youngsters through the familiar children’s song “Where Is Thumbkin?,” which is traditionally accompanied by participants’ holding up the corresponding fingers as they are each named in the song: 
Read more at http://www.snopes.com/radiotv/tv/mrrogers.asp#jFrm3ET7doPt7XBe.99
And for good measure, here’s his wikipedia page http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fred_Rogers
Might I direct you to read through the “personal life” section?
Normally I pass people spreading rumors online, but not for Mr.Rodgers. Mr.Rodgers was a fucking saint. Literally. Look around and into his past. Look at everything he did through his show and not. He doesn’t need to be made into a ‘badass’ by false information, he was on his own.
 

forcing-sophrosyne:

saucytrumpet:

mu5icliz:

eldritch-elegy:

fuckyeahnerdpr0n:

whelp, I can now turn off the internet, I have seen everything

He also wore sweaters because of tattoos I believe he got in the Navy.

All this time i thought he was the image of suburbia. Turns out he’s more street than i am

oh my god.

He was in the marines and yes he wore sweaters to covor up his tattoos, full sleve tattoos if i may add. Mr.Rogers, you are a badass.

Okay first of all, no. None of this is true. If people would just take a moment to look, instead of immediately sharing hearsay, they’d realize a huge portion of what they reblog is bullshit.

If I might direct you to Mr.Rodger’s Snopes page…

Not only did Fred Rogers never serve in the military, there are no gaps in his career when he could conceivably have done so. He went straight into college after high school, he moved directly into TV work after graduating college, and his breaks from television work were devoted to attending the Pittsburgh Theological Seminary (he was ordained as a Presbyterian minister in 1963) and the University of Pittsburgh’s Graduate School of Child Development. Moreover, Fred Rogers was born in 1928 and was therefore far too old to have been a draftee during the period of America’s military involvement in the Vietnam ground war (1965-72) and too established in his career at that point to have run off to enlist. 

Read more at http://www.snopes.com/radiotv/tv/mrrogers.asp#jFrm3ET7doPt7XBe.99

And further down,

Fred Rogers never served in the military, and he bore no tattoos on his arms (or any other part of his body). He wore long-sleeved shirts and sweaters on his show as a stylistic choice, in order to maintain an air of formality with youngsters. Although he was friendly with the children in his viewing audience and talked to them on their own level, he was most definitely an authority figure on a par with parents and teachers (he was Mister Rogers to them, after all, not “Fred”), and his choice of dress was intended to establish and foster that relationship. 

Read more at http://www.snopes.com/radiotv/tv/mrrogers.asp#jFrm3ET7doPt7XBe.99

Finally

Images of Fred Rogers posing with one or both middle fingers extended have long been circulated on the Internet with captions claiming they captured the children’s show host disdainfully “flipping off” his audience during the taping of the final Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood episode. Although the pictures may appear puzzling out of context, they’re actually screen captures from a harmless moment in 1967 when Fred Rogers led some youngsters through the familiar children’s song “Where Is Thumbkin?,” which is traditionally accompanied by participants’ holding up the corresponding fingers as they are each named in the song: 


Read more at http://www.snopes.com/radiotv/tv/mrrogers.asp#jFrm3ET7doPt7XBe.99

And for good measure, here’s his wikipedia page http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fred_Rogers

Might I direct you to read through the “personal life” section?

Normally I pass people spreading rumors online, but not for Mr.Rodgers. Mr.Rodgers was a fucking saint. Literally. Look around and into his past. Look at everything he did through his show and not. He doesn’t need to be made into a ‘badass’ by false information, he was on his own.

 

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c0mf0rt-z0ne:

allthickwomen:

Get it?

this is great

c0mf0rt-z0ne:

allthickwomen:

Get it?

this is great

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gambler-x:

THIS WAS LITERALLY THE BEST COMIC I HAVE EVER HAD THE SINCEREST PLEASURE TO READ.

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truthdoesnotleadtofreedom:

Bless whoever made this.

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