Cookie Monster’s been on Saturday Night Live. TONIGHT, he’ll be judging TOP CHEF (!) with his friends Elmo and Telly.
What should Cookie Monster do next?
“Frequently Asked Questions”
Recently I’ve been getting a ton of questions all asking the same thing, just with slightly different wording.
And in order to keep peoples Dashboards from being cluttered with the same information, time and time again. I have decided to make a FAQ section for…
Leslie Knope: The human emoticon.
Hans Richter’s The Dreams That Money Can Buy (1947)
Dogon Artist, Mali
possibly 1800s or earlier
wood with applied coatings, copper alloy, ferrous metal
58.0 x 31.0 x 14.0 cm
Gift from the Frum Collection, 1999
Anonymous asked: Can you explain the meaning when a person calls you cute, pretty, beautiful, sexy, hot, or gorgeous? I know that they’re just synonyms, but nowadays they have pretty distinctive meanings when labeling a guy or girl.
Everyone interprets these words differently..But this is how I usually take it. lol
Cute: you’re bubbly & fun.
Pretty: you look good.
Beautiful: they admire you.
Sexy/ Hot: nice body
Gorgeous: well taken care of.
LOL, thats just how I see it. Might not be accurate. It depends how you take it :)
Few Support Decreases in Federal Government Spending
Greg Sargent looks at a new Pew poll showing major contradictions in the American public’s opinion on government spending. Half of the people think deficit reduction is a priority for economic recovery — until you get to specific programs. Given specific federal programs, more people favor spending increases or no reduction in spending:
Everyone wants the budget cut. But nobody wants to cut anything.