“President of the United States Richard Nixon remains the college’s most well-known alumnus, although Andrea Barber, who played wacky neighbor Kimmy Gibbler on the sitcom Full House, is a well-known alumna.” —Whittier College - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
“The morning’s brief floor session included sharp exchanges and one senator claiming abortions “became the thing to do” in the 1960s.” —
Oh right, I totally forgot.
Today at work I got shot with a nerf gun and I said “Oh, it hit me in my gunt,” and people laughed, and it was glorious.
Recovering from a sunburn is no way to spend a Sunday.
“Copper Mountain is a 1983 comedy film about two friends who travel to a Colorado ski resort. One of them, played by Alan Thicke, looks to hit the slopes and the other, played by Jim Carrey, spends his time trying to pick up women. The film was written by Damian Lee and David Mitchell, who also directed it. Half of the movie consists mainly of live musical performances by artists such as Rita Coolidge and other country singers, and the other half of the movie is more or less an infomercial about the now-closed Club Med village at the U.S. ski resort at Copper Mountain, Colorado. The movie is the debut of actor Alan Thicke and director/writer Damian Lee.” —
Oh my god, how do I get a copy of this?
“Brooks states that he may be contacted on his fifth-dimensional phone in order to get the correct pronunciation of the five magic words. In case the line is busy, prospective recruits are asked to meditate on the five magic words for a few minutes, and then try calling again” —