The Rogue Atheist

NO BUNNY!  ALWAYS NO BUNNY!

NO BUNNY!  ALWAYS NO BUNNY!

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flyindabyrd:

She is STILL smokin’ hot after all these years!

Damned freakin’ straight!  I adore this woman!

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One of my top 5 favorite movies and one of my top 5 favorite actresses. 

One of my top 5 favorite movies and one of my top 5 favorite actresses. 

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nevver:

How to Make a Bed

Oh my gosh… that is how I make my bed but whenever I describe it, no one knows what I’m talking about… they don’t pull up the corners to tuck them in, like steps 4-6.  I’m keeping this one!

nevver:

How to Make a Bed

Oh my gosh… that is how I make my bed but whenever I describe it, no one knows what I’m talking about… they don’t pull up the corners to tuck them in, like steps 4-6.  I’m keeping this one!

hpgal3:

Seriously, people. Don’t let anyone vote for this guy.

hpgal3:

Seriously, people. Don’t let anyone vote for this guy.

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atheist-overdose:

This is my first upload, but i thought it would be appreciated…follow for the best atheist posts on tumblr

atheist-overdose:

This is my first upload, but i thought it would be appreciated…

religiousragings:

confrontingbabble-on:

Curiosity is the catalyst for personal growth…

Curiosity is on Mars.

religiousragings:

confrontingbabble-on:

Curiosity is the catalyst for personal growth…

Curiosity is on Mars.

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Women’s gymnastics all-around champion Gabby Douglas likes her hairstyle just fine, thanks.

The 16-year-old said Sunday she was a little confused when she logged onto her computer after winning her second gold medal in three days and discovered people were debating her pulled-back look.

“I don’t know where this is coming from. What’s wrong with my hair?” said Douglas, the first U.S. gymnast to win gold in team and all-around competition. “I’m like, ‘I just made history and people are focused on my hair?’ It can be bald or short, it doesn’t matter about (my) hair.”

Douglas uses gel, clips and a ponytail holder to keep things in place while she competes, a style she’s worn for years.

“Nothing is going to change,” she said. “I’m going to wear my hair like this during beam and bar finals. You might as well just stop talking about it.”

— Gold Medal winner Gabby Douglas has spoken. Now, the hair haters can have an Olympics Village of seats. (via secretarysbreakroom)

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