"My best friend’s husband was a police officer who died in a shootout. For a few days, the media presented the story as a tragedy. Then I guess everyone got bored with that angle, because the story changed after a few days, and the media started reporting on the size of the insurance settlement my friend received. The story completely changed based on what they chose to focus on. I haven’t watched TV since."
Artist Nathan Pyle's gif guide to NYC street etiquette is handy for any city. Take it to the streets!
I WANT TO IMPLANT THIS IN THE BRAINS OF EVERY NYC TOURIST AND NEWCOMER.
This is etiquette for ANYWHERE. City, mall, amusement park, any hallway or sidewalk.
that guy in the last one is basically me ALL THE TIME
is this supposed to change my mind because it didn’t
IT IS NOT FUCKING JIF IF YOU TELL ME YOU PRONOUNCE IT THAT WAY I WILL LAUGH IN YOUR GODDAMN FACE BECAUSE GIF STANDS FOR “GRAPHICS INTERCHANGE FORMAT” NOT FUCKING “JRAPHICS INTERCHANGE FORMAT”
this is like mispronouncing someone’s name then continuing to because you like to say it that way. “no, sheila, i will not call you shee-la, i’m going to continue calling you shay-la, because my opinion is all that matters to me”
Let’s not make it harder than it has to be…
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