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Everything about Amy Poehler is impishly angelic. This delightful juxtaposition runs deeply through her comedy, as well, starting with the stark contrast between her appearance and love of raunchy humor. A Massachusetts native, expletives come naturally to her. She follows each shocking and Boston-accented “f*ckin’ asshole” (words she has uttered on many talk shows, to the audience’s delight) with a full-bodied and gleeful laugh. “Poehler’s laugh begins as a chuckle and crescendos to a side-splitting guffaw,” describes Sean Evans of the Daily News. However, her adorableness is not cloyingly sweet nor that of a girlish people-pleaser, but rather a misleading outer appearance that makes her raunchiness and ridiculousness all the more comedic. x


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Everything about Amy Poehler is impishly angelic. This delightful juxtaposition runs deeply through her comedy, as well, starting with the stark contrast between her appearance and love of raunchy humor. A Massachusetts native, expletives come naturally to her. She follows each shocking and Boston-accented “f*ckin’ asshole” (words she has uttered on many talk shows, to the audience’s delight) with a full-bodied and gleeful laugh. “Poehler’s laugh begins as a chuckle and crescendos to a side-splitting guffaw,” describes Sean Evans of the Daily News. However, her adorableness is not cloyingly sweet nor that of a girlish people-pleaser, but rather a misleading outer appearance that makes her raunchiness and ridiculousness all the more comedic. x


happy birthday, amy! (16.09.1971)
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Everything about Amy Poehler is impishly angelic. This delightful juxtaposition runs deeply through her comedy, as well, starting with the stark contrast between her appearance and love of raunchy humor. A Massachusetts native, expletives come naturally to her. She follows each shocking and Boston-accented “f*ckin’ asshole” (words she has uttered on many talk shows, to the audience’s delight) with a full-bodied and gleeful laugh. “Poehler’s laugh begins as a chuckle and crescendos to a side-splitting guffaw,” describes Sean Evans of the Daily News. However, her adorableness is not cloyingly sweet nor that of a girlish people-pleaser, but rather a misleading outer appearance that makes her raunchiness and ridiculousness all the more comedic. x


happy birthday, amy! (16.09.1971)
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Everything about Amy Poehler is impishly angelic. This delightful juxtaposition runs deeply through her comedy, as well, starting with the stark contrast between her appearance and love of raunchy humor. A Massachusetts native, expletives come naturally to her. She follows each shocking and Boston-accented “f*ckin’ asshole” (words she has uttered on many talk shows, to the audience’s delight) with a full-bodied and gleeful laugh. “Poehler’s laugh begins as a chuckle and crescendos to a side-splitting guffaw,” describes Sean Evans of the Daily News. However, her adorableness is not cloyingly sweet nor that of a girlish people-pleaser, but rather a misleading outer appearance that makes her raunchiness and ridiculousness all the more comedic. x


happy birthday, amy! (16.09.1971)
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Everything about Amy Poehler is impishly angelic. This delightful juxtaposition runs deeply through her comedy, as well, starting with the stark contrast between her appearance and love of raunchy humor. A Massachusetts native, expletives come naturally to her. She follows each shocking and Boston-accented “f*ckin’ asshole” (words she has uttered on many talk shows, to the audience’s delight) with a full-bodied and gleeful laugh. “Poehler’s laugh begins as a chuckle and crescendos to a side-splitting guffaw,” describes Sean Evans of the Daily News. However, her adorableness is not cloyingly sweet nor that of a girlish people-pleaser, but rather a misleading outer appearance that makes her raunchiness and ridiculousness all the more comedic. x


happy birthday, amy! (16.09.1971)
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Everything about Amy Poehler is impishly angelic. This delightful juxtaposition runs deeply through her comedy, as well, starting with the stark contrast between her appearance and love of raunchy humor. A Massachusetts native, expletives come naturally to her. She follows each shocking and Boston-accented “f*ckin’ asshole” (words she has uttered on many talk shows, to the audience’s delight) with a full-bodied and gleeful laugh. “Poehler’s laugh begins as a chuckle and crescendos to a side-splitting guffaw,” describes Sean Evans of the Daily News. However, her adorableness is not cloyingly sweet nor that of a girlish people-pleaser, but rather a misleading outer appearance that makes her raunchiness and ridiculousness all the more comedic. x


happy birthday, amy! (16.09.1971)
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Everything about Amy Poehler is impishly angelic. This delightful juxtaposition runs deeply through her comedy, as well, starting with the stark contrast between her appearance and love of raunchy humor. A Massachusetts native, expletives come naturally to her. She follows each shocking and Boston-accented “f*ckin’ asshole” (words she has uttered on many talk shows, to the audience’s delight) with a full-bodied and gleeful laugh. “Poehler’s laugh begins as a chuckle and crescendos to a side-splitting guffaw,” describes Sean Evans of the Daily News. However, her adorableness is not cloyingly sweet nor that of a girlish people-pleaser, but rather a misleading outer appearance that makes her raunchiness and ridiculousness all the more comedic. x


happy birthday, amy! (16.09.1971)
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Everything about Amy Poehler is impishly angelic. This delightful juxtaposition runs deeply through her comedy, as well, starting with the stark contrast between her appearance and love of raunchy humor. A Massachusetts native, expletives come naturally to her. She follows each shocking and Boston-accented “f*ckin’ asshole” (words she has uttered on many talk shows, to the audience’s delight) with a full-bodied and gleeful laugh. “Poehler’s laugh begins as a chuckle and crescendos to a side-splitting guffaw,” describes Sean Evans of the Daily News. However, her adorableness is not cloyingly sweet nor that of a girlish people-pleaser, but rather a misleading outer appearance that makes her raunchiness and ridiculousness all the more comedic. x


happy birthday, amy! (16.09.1971)
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Everything about Amy Poehler is impishly angelic. This delightful juxtaposition runs deeply through her comedy, as well, starting with the stark contrast between her appearance and love of raunchy humor. A Massachusetts native, expletives come naturally to her. She follows each shocking and Boston-accented “f*ckin’ asshole” (words she has uttered on many talk shows, to the audience’s delight) with a full-bodied and gleeful laugh. “Poehler’s laugh begins as a chuckle and crescendos to a side-splitting guffaw,” describes Sean Evans of the Daily News. However, her adorableness is not cloyingly sweet nor that of a girlish people-pleaser, but rather a misleading outer appearance that makes her raunchiness and ridiculousness all the more comedic. x


happy birthday, amy! (16.09.1971)
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Everything about Amy Poehler is impishly angelic. This delightful juxtaposition runs deeply through her comedy, as well, starting with the stark contrast between her appearance and love of raunchy humor. A Massachusetts native, expletives come naturally to her. She follows each shocking and Boston-accented “f*ckin’ asshole” (words she has uttered on many talk shows, to the audience’s delight) with a full-bodied and gleeful laugh. “Poehler’s laugh begins as a chuckle and crescendos to a side-splitting guffaw,” describes Sean Evans of the Daily News. However, her adorableness is not cloyingly sweet nor that of a girlish people-pleaser, but rather a misleading outer appearance that makes her raunchiness and ridiculousness all the more comedic. x


happy birthday, amy! (16.09.1971)
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Everything about Amy Poehler is impishly angelic. This delightful juxtaposition runs deeply through her comedy, as well, starting with the stark contrast between her appearance and love of raunchy humor. A Massachusetts native, expletives come naturally to her. She follows each shocking and Boston-accented “f*ckin’ asshole” (words she has uttered on many talk shows, to the audience’s delight) with a full-bodied and gleeful laugh. “Poehler’s laugh begins as a chuckle and crescendos to a side-splitting guffaw,” describes Sean Evans of the Daily News. However, her adorableness is not cloyingly sweet nor that of a girlish people-pleaser, but rather a misleading outer appearance that makes her raunchiness and ridiculousness all the more comedic. x

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30 Rock + TV Tropes↳ ’Painting the Medium’:Modifying the presentation of a story in order to convey information about the story. This is typically done for one of three reasons:- To imply something about a character or scene without actually stating it, or to give a feeling that helps remind the reader that things aren’t quite the normal and mundane that they’re used to.- To drag the reader from the narrative and blatantly point out that it is messing with our preconceptions about how the medium should behave. If this is done well, it creates a sense of confused surreality.- To gain basic laughs from its audience.By using this trope, a writer turns a transparent tool — meant to show the work behind it — into a part of the work.
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30 Rock + TV Tropes↳ ’Painting the Medium’:Modifying the presentation of a story in order to convey information about the story. This is typically done for one of three reasons:- To imply something about a character or scene without actually stating it, or to give a feeling that helps remind the reader that things aren’t quite the normal and mundane that they’re used to.- To drag the reader from the narrative and blatantly point out that it is messing with our preconceptions about how the medium should behave. If this is done well, it creates a sense of confused surreality.- To gain basic laughs from its audience.By using this trope, a writer turns a transparent tool — meant to show the work behind it — into a part of the work.
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30 Rock + TV Tropes↳ ’Painting the Medium’:Modifying the presentation of a story in order to convey information about the story. This is typically done for one of three reasons:- To imply something about a character or scene without actually stating it, or to give a feeling that helps remind the reader that things aren’t quite the normal and mundane that they’re used to.- To drag the reader from the narrative and blatantly point out that it is messing with our preconceptions about how the medium should behave. If this is done well, it creates a sense of confused surreality.- To gain basic laughs from its audience.By using this trope, a writer turns a transparent tool — meant to show the work behind it — into a part of the work.
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30 Rock + TV Tropes↳ ’Painting the Medium’:Modifying the presentation of a story in order to convey information about the story. This is typically done for one of three reasons:- To imply something about a character or scene without actually stating it, or to give a feeling that helps remind the reader that things aren’t quite the normal and mundane that they’re used to.- To drag the reader from the narrative and blatantly point out that it is messing with our preconceptions about how the medium should behave. If this is done well, it creates a sense of confused surreality.- To gain basic laughs from its audience.By using this trope, a writer turns a transparent tool — meant to show the work behind it — into a part of the work.
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30 Rock + TV Tropes↳ ’Painting the Medium’:Modifying the presentation of a story in order to convey information about the story. This is typically done for one of three reasons:- To imply something about a character or scene without actually stating it, or to give a feeling that helps remind the reader that things aren’t quite the normal and mundane that they’re used to.- To drag the reader from the narrative and blatantly point out that it is messing with our preconceptions about how the medium should behave. If this is done well, it creates a sense of confused surreality.- To gain basic laughs from its audience.By using this trope, a writer turns a transparent tool — meant to show the work behind it — into a part of the work.
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30 Rock + TV Tropes↳ ’Painting the Medium’:Modifying the presentation of a story in order to convey information about the story. This is typically done for one of three reasons:- To imply something about a character or scene without actually stating it, or to give a feeling that helps remind the reader that things aren’t quite the normal and mundane that they’re used to.- To drag the reader from the narrative and blatantly point out that it is messing with our preconceptions about how the medium should behave. If this is done well, it creates a sense of confused surreality.- To gain basic laughs from its audience.By using this trope, a writer turns a transparent tool — meant to show the work behind it — into a part of the work.
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30 Rock + TV Tropes↳ ’Painting the Medium’:Modifying the presentation of a story in order to convey information about the story. This is typically done for one of three reasons:- To imply something about a character or scene without actually stating it, or to give a feeling that helps remind the reader that things aren’t quite the normal and mundane that they’re used to.- To drag the reader from the narrative and blatantly point out that it is messing with our preconceptions about how the medium should behave. If this is done well, it creates a sense of confused surreality.- To gain basic laughs from its audience.By using this trope, a writer turns a transparent tool — meant to show the work behind it — into a part of the work.
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30 Rock + TV Tropes↳ ’Painting the Medium’:Modifying the presentation of a story in order to convey information about the story. This is typically done for one of three reasons:- To imply something about a character or scene without actually stating it, or to give a feeling that helps remind the reader that things aren’t quite the normal and mundane that they’re used to.- To drag the reader from the narrative and blatantly point out that it is messing with our preconceptions about how the medium should behave. If this is done well, it creates a sense of confused surreality.- To gain basic laughs from its audience.By using this trope, a writer turns a transparent tool — meant to show the work behind it — into a part of the work.
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30 Rock + TV Tropes
 ’Painting the Medium’:
Modifying the presentation of a story in order to convey information about the story. This is typically done for one of three reasons:
- To imply something about a character or scene without actually stating it, or to give a feeling that helps remind the reader that things aren’t quite the normal and mundane that they’re used to.
- To drag the reader from the narrative and blatantly point out that it is messing with our preconceptions about how the medium should behave. If this is done well, it creates a sense of confused surreality.
- To gain basic laughs from its audience.
By using this trope, a writer turns a transparent tool — meant to show the work behind it — into a part of the work.

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please do not let ferguson die out like everything else big does. do not let this die out. do not let this continue on for three days and then everyone forget about it. do not let this happen.

queue this post up 3 days from now, a week from now, a month from now, a month from then. make sure even if you forget your blog will remember.

the fact i’m seeing reblogs slow down despite the fact there is still news breaking is concerning