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When you’re feeling down, just remember two words: baby animals. With their tiny feet and round heads, there’s nothing better for getting over the blahs. Peruse our gallery of wee creatures and feel your spirits lift.
Now take a deep breath and look at them again. Feeling better already, right? Great!
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"For every person that signed up for the Affordable Healthcare Act, 40 people got cancellation letters" whoops..
— Matthew Wilson (@TheIndyWilsons) November 15, 2013
Unreal. This graphic from the Senate Republican Policy Committee puts that all in crushing perspective.
— Sen. John Barrasso (@SenJohnBarrasso) November 14, 2013
For every one person that signs up on Obamacare 40 people receives cancellation notices, that my friend is a wake up call #MakeDCListen
— Dwayne Moore (@nationdivided) November 13, 2013
It should be.
And this Twitter user notes what makes it even worse:
For every one person who has SELECTED a plan (not necessarily bought it), 40 people have received cancellation notices via @Senate_RPC
— Mattie Duppler (@MDuppler) November 13, 2013
Warning: Don’t try some of these things at home.
TMZ reports that Winters passed away last night. He was 87.
aw. I always liked Jonathan Winters. RIP
— Matthew Smith (@kyleo71) April 12, 2013
— KC (@wyrkyrgyrl) April 12, 2013
RIP Mr. Comedy and collector of "Gar-Bage" … Jonathan Winters
— mcbc (@mcbc) April 12, 2013
Jonathan Winters was a comedy god when I was a kid. Everybody who does improv today should burn their B-material in his honor.
— Bigshotprof (@thebigshotprof) April 12, 2013
Fare well, Jonathan Winters. Few people made laugh harder when I was a kid.
— John Hayward (@Doc_0) April 12, 2013
Oh crap Jonathan Winters died. RIP kind sir.
— Masked Scheduler (@maskedscheduler) April 12, 2013
— Drew Cline (@DrewHampshire) April 12, 2013
Ah, goodbye, Jonathan Winters. You were way ahead of your time.
— Always David Hahn™ (@David_Hahn) April 12, 2013
Made me laugh as a kid in Mork and Mindy but when I got older I learned how funny he really was. R.I.P. Jonathan Winters. One of the greats.
— Mike Gianella (@MikeGianella) April 12, 2013
When he was on 'The Jack Paar Show,' #JonathanWinters would make Dad & me laugh so hard that we cried. Winters was brilliant.
— Bobby Rivers (@BobbyRiversTV) April 12, 2013
TMZ is reporting Jonathan Winters is dead. Much sadness for a very funny man.
— Tom Lovett (@tomlovett01) April 12, 2013
Damn. Really sorry to hear that Jonathan Winters has passed. One of my favorite comics ever.
— Brevet Captain (@BrevetCaptain) April 12, 2013
#RIP Jonathan Winters. Comedy loses a legend.
— Orny Adams (@Ornyadams) April 12, 2013
RIP Jonathan Winters. Met him a few times, God that guy was funny! Playing the big room upstairs now!
— BIG FOOT (@BIGFOOOOT) April 12, 2013
Awww RIP Jonathan Winters.. Your comedic style will never be repeated #OneInAMillion
— Charlotte Autry (@CharlotteAutry) April 12, 2013
RIP Jonathan Winters. Remember watching you in "It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad, World" when I was a kid. So very, very, very funny.
— David Crockett (@davidcrockett08) April 12, 2013
Our thoughts and prayers are with his loved ones. Rest in peace.
— olliander (@ollieblog) April 12, 2013
Whenever a marriage ends, there is bound to be some negative fallout. Kevin Cotter knows that when your wife of 12 years leaves you, there is bound to be some (hilarious) revenge. His wife moved her possessions out of their home in Tucson, AZ, and left only one thing: her wedding dress, preserved in his closet. When he asked her what he should do with the keepsake worth nearly $1,000, she had only one response.
“Whatever the $%^@# you want.”
He obliged. What you see below are real uses of the wedding dress he posted to his blog.
As it turns out, there are a lot of ways you can use your ex-wife’s wedding dress. Kevin goes into even more detail in his awesome book, 101 Uses for My Ex-Wife’s Wedding Dress. Kevin does teach us a lot about just how strong wedding dresses are (but they still aren’t worth $10,000), but he also teaches us just how strong people can be after a break-up. Especially if you can get creative.
Share Kevin’s interesting way to deal with a breakup. It’s pretty awesome.
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Author David Limbaugh spotted what he thinks is a good omen for his book launch:
Ha! No good omen needed: There is already much praise for Limbaugh’s latest book, “Jesus on Trial: A Lawyer Affirms the Truth of the Gospel.”
Dana Loesch is readying for her own launch:
Don’t forget to watch, Twitchy readers:
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