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katlamcglynn:

Name one thing that you miss about “SNL” and one thing you really don’t.
"I miss the live audience. So much energy, right from the start and all the way through. And on the late night writing nights, we all ended up eating quite a bit of very unhealthy food. I don’t miss the feeling right after that. But just that feeling, because really, I think I do miss that food, now that I think about it. I might have some now, but that is top secret. It does not leave this page."
Fred Armisen found a new use for payphones, then answered 8 random questions via email.

katlamcglynn:

Name one thing that you miss about “SNL” and one thing you really don’t.

"I miss the live audience. So much energy, right from the start and all the way through. And on the late night writing nights, we all ended up eating quite a bit of very unhealthy food. I don’t miss the feeling right after that. But just that feeling, because really, I think I do miss that food, now that I think about it. I might have some now, but that is top secret. It does not leave this page."

Fred Armisen found a new use for payphones, then answered 8 random questions via email.

(via huffpostcomedy)

A Word-Page of Questions

dumpsterheirlooms:

  1. What is a habit you have picked up from someone else who is no longer in your life?
  2. What is one of your biggest regrets?
  3. What’s something you are super proud of that you have done?
  4. What are your favourite parts of your body?
  5. What soothes you when you are anxious, nervous, or upset?
  6. What do…

Can’t sleep

politics-war:

Xiao Wei’s severed right hand is seen attached to his ankle before the reattachment surgery at Xiangya Hospital in Changsha, Hunan province, on Dec. 4, 2013.
Xiao Wei lost his right hand in an accident in the factory where he worked but it could not be reattached to his arm right away. Doctors kept the hand alive by stitching it to his left ankle and “borrowing” a blood supply from arteries in the leg.


What the fuck

politics-war:

Xiao Wei’s severed right hand is seen attached to his ankle before the reattachment surgery at Xiangya Hospital in Changsha, Hunan province, on Dec. 4, 2013.

Xiao Wei lost his right hand in an accident in the factory where he worked but it could not be reattached to his arm right away. Doctors kept the hand alive by stitching it to his left ankle and “borrowing” a blood supply from arteries in the leg.

What the fuck

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