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Title
33215
Clay sculpture a friend of mine made
12446
Lord, I hate reading...
48683
I just met you but I think I love you
19042
Police Were Told To Keep Roy Moore Away From High School Cheerleaders, Retired Officer Says
16078
A Magical Fart
19083
Cloudflare Might Be Exploring a Way To Slow Down FCC Chairman Ajit Pai's Home Internet Speeds
19699
elderly homophobes..
41372
Happy Thanksgiving from Barry
8964
Justice League poster
5210
Don't argue with your family about Trump, today. Argue about Andrew Jackson.
7879
Making friends!
8374
2meirl4meirl
17829
PsBattle: These three yawning sea lions
3660
Woman stop abusing men!!
14160
Happy Thanksgiving!
35177
Most honest verizon rep ever?
7368
It did get a little crazy last night
20035
Ravage
9970
"Are you ready, kids?"
42474
I can't believe I fell for it
24479
When you swap the wife for the dog
7284
Guide to stir-frying
8831
College basketball player gets injured, but still scores.
7253
Super recognizers, who have an uncanny ability to recognize faces, pay greater attention to the nose than other people
17085
Fixing the past
36817
[OC] Crop to Cup. I grew coffee and drank it, made some notes.
8410
??
4867
Me trying to explain why Comcast wants to roll back net neutrality
15488
Marilyn Monroe's Thanksgiving shoot - 1950
33930
Body feather VS wind feather
9521
Saudi Arabia arrests second richest man in kingdom
37454
Right for all to access the internet is ‘non-negotiable’, says Indian Minister for Law & Information Technology at global cyberspace meet
16235
To browse the website
4178
HMB while I shoot this gun.
5318
Never give up
7889
5 year old elephant calf Lily bobs for apples.
17042
[WP] When you die, you appear in a cinema with a number of other people who look like you. You find out that they are your previous reincarnations, and soon you all begin watching your next life on the big screen.
32324
Thermal waves keep rubbish out of canyon
12227
Serving attractive women
4157
I AM VENGEANCE !
5665 whyisthismythrowaway endearing shot. and props to the photographer, for getting it and letting your mom (and you) have it.
10354 Beasty_Glanglemutton Would have been funny if you woke up during the newscast and peeped your head over the desk.
2040 tapport Reminds me of when I was a kid. My single mom worked hours and hours every night out of a pizza place a friend owned making bread to sell the following morning. She converted our family van into a little kid's room with Legos, a little TV for the Nintendo, and blankets, but I just wanted to be with her and would sleep in office chairs or under tables so that I could be by her while she worked. Love my mom to complete death, she's given everything in life for her kids and I'm so thankful for that.
16085 vestayekta This is oddly peaceful.
4559 r0wt In another "It's amazing this was allowed" story, my dad used to take me into the cockpit of passenger aircraft and tell me which buttons to press during the flight. On one occasion the extra cockpit seat (jumpseat) was taken so I stood up on takeoff and landing holding on to the back of my dad's seat
2081 TooShiftyForYou "Okay viewers at home, I'm being handed a note... this is breaking news. 'Mom, can we go home now?'"
629 kayonesoft Now this has me wondering just how many news channels have children behind their desks.
622 Swamp_Troll This looks so much like some romanced version of the 90's to me. Something straight out of a movie. News Anchor business getting bigger with what the technology helped them achieve with the news (news helicopters man! Live car chases!), the haircut and look, the professional career woman slash mother, and the cute blond-ish kid seemingly only waiting to turn this into one of these comedies where the lead character is a kid doing shenanigans in a serious adult world. It's only missing NYC or LA, a cool street smart black guy giving a piece of advice, and you know exactly what type of 90's music
183 Smismar07 When I was a kid my parents owned a donut shop. I used to sleep on unopened flour bags in the stock room.
147 thndrstrk What news station?
1203 Vagina_Woolf I know this exact feeling. My dad was a newspaper editor and I'd usually go to his office after school. We didn't have a studio (which is way cooler), but we did have giant ass printing presses in the basement. I usually hung out down there. At the time I hated that we always stayed late for this reason or that, but looking back (now as a journalist myself) I wouldn't trade those memories for the world. Can't wait to have my own kid annoying me one day while I try to finish a story on deadline.
661 dickfromaccounting this is amazing. turns the unfamiliar world of newscasting into a friendly, homey place