Filial Piety

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May loved Mrs. Mitchell’s Christmas party.

May loved Mrs. Mitchell’s Christmas party.

May eats fingers.

May eats fingers.

My Letter to Holiday Inn Express, Hillsborough, NC

I wrestled over whether or not to file a formal complaint, because I really only have one grievance in what was an otherwise unremarkable stay in a typical low-frills hotel. Actually, if not for my one grievance I would say the stay was great, especially since I was given the cheaper group rate even though I booked my room well past the July 1 cut-off date. But my grievance has been nagging.

I was given room 309, a fine room with a broken toilet. The morning of the 24th my toilet stopped and then overflowed. It was most unpleasant. I complained, and the issue was addressed by the poor lady in housekeeping. My usage of the facilities, I assure you, was normal (especially, I would imagine, when compared to the the horrors hotel toilets must be exposed to regularly). I grew up in a large family in Mississippi, and my siblings and I learned to value every square.

The morning of the 25th my toilet clogged again (I am nothing if not regular). I went to the front desk and told the lady there that she can no longer rent out that room until this issue is remedied. I asked for a plunger so that I could deal with it myself, figuring that once-in-a-weekend was enough for the poor housecleaning woman. I could shoulder the burden that morning. The front desk lady was snide, and disdainfully implied TO ME AS I WAS ABOUT TO PLUNGE THE DAMNED THING MYSELF that I obviously had no idea how to properly use a toilet. To be clear, I am a 35-year-old man who has been faithfully flushing his morning constitutionals without error or incident for over three decades. Even this poor ole Mississippi boy knows his way around an indoor commode. Well, turns out I was the short-sighted one there, as the toilet would not plunge (though that morning it thankfully did not overflow). I left an apologetic note/forewarning on the toilet lid for the poor housekeeping woman I had hoped to spare from my latest indignity.  I had a ride to catch to the airport, and frankly already felt plenty humiliated and had no desire to go another round with the front desk lady.

This is my grievance. Thanks for your time.

Last night there was a woman in my dream whose clitoris had a tongue of its own. It was black like a chow’s.

JACKSON

holy ghost

words wholly unrelated

wordjournal:

  • genius & ingenious: The former from gignere (to be born). The latter from ingenium (clever).
  • sacrilegious & religious: The former from sacra legere (to purloin sacred objects). The latter from religare (to bind).
theduty:

oh jesus.
…just punch me square in the dick.

theduty:

oh jesus.

…just punch me square in the dick.

stanley clark and gergory hines from the arsenio show

moderation:

GPOLW - Jack Shephard…
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Why he wakes up so far inland in “Pilot, Part 1” 
 Jack had been on the island before he and the others crashed there on Oceanic 815, in the episode “Pilot, Part 1”. When Ajira 316 came to the island, Jack, Kate, Hurley and Sayid were all transported/teleported off the plane and woke up on the island, instead of crashing on it in the plane like the others. This was because they had previously been on the island. That is why in “Pilot, Part 1”, Jack wakes up far inland on the island as opposed to on the beach with the others.  Ben, Sun, and Lapidus were previously on the island but didn’t teleport with the others because….. Ben was a leader of the island and not supposed to return, while Sun and Ladipus didn’t teleport off Ajira 316 due to them not completely replicating the details of Oceanic 815, as Eloise Hawking told them to.  In the recap show Lost: A Journey in Time, D&C said that the reason not everyone teleported was because they weren’t able to fully re-create Oceanic 815 on Ajira 316.
We know for a fact that Jack was on Oceanic 815, but we have been assuming that he survived the crash. Jack(the passenger of OC815 died in the original crash of Oceanic 815 and was in the jungle due to time travel. 
(via lostpedia)

moderation:

GPOLW - Jack Shephard

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Why he wakes up so far inland in “Pilot, Part 1

  • Jack had been on the island before he and the others crashed there on Oceanic 815, in the episode “Pilot, Part 1”. When Ajira 316 came to the island, Jack, Kate, Hurley and Sayid were all transported/teleported off the plane and woke up on the island, instead of crashing on it in the plane like the others. This was because they had previously been on the island. That is why in “Pilot, Part 1”, Jack wakes up far inland on the island as opposed to on the beach with the others. Ben, Sun, and Lapidus were previously on the island but didn’t teleport with the others because….. Ben was a leader of the island and not supposed to return, while Sun and Ladipus didn’t teleport off Ajira 316 due to them not completely replicating the details of Oceanic 815, as Eloise Hawking told them to. In the recap show Lost: A Journey in Time, D&C said that the reason not everyone teleported was because they weren’t able to fully re-create Oceanic 815 on Ajira 316.
  • We know for a fact that Jack was on Oceanic 815, but we have been assuming that he survived the crash. Jack(the passenger of OC815 died in the original crash of Oceanic 815 and was in the jungle due to time travel.

(via lostpedia)

nevver:

Flak Photo



this is right outside of Jay’s apartment in LIC

nevver:

Flak Photo
this is right outside of Jay’s apartment in LIC