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An Open Letter to Milwaukee: Thanks for the Memories

An Open Letter to Milwaukee: Thanks for the Memories

An Open Letter to Milwaukee: Thanks for the Memories

Dear Milwaukee—

Nearly two years after I first moved into my tiny little railroad apartment on your East Side, three stories up, surrounded by churches, Irish music, and limited parking, I’m moving out. Not unlike Anthony and Billy Joel, movin’ out so I can move up in the world. Finally, it’s time for me to try to break into the exciting world…

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John Greens deleted cameo!

OMFG THANK YOU FOR POSTING THIS

THANK YOU BLESS YOU

WHY IS THIS PERFECTION NOT IN THE FUCKING MOVIE

The only thing that would make this better is if John had said “Best wishes” at the end. 

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It’s Always Fun to Yell at the Screen

It’s Always Fun to Yell at the Screen

The only things I wish I could get back in my life are the 91 minutes and $4 I spent in October 2008 to see “Beverly Hills Chihuahua” in theaters. In my defense, I had no control over choosing the movie, it was close to 11pm, it was freshman year of college, and I was still a little woozy from my first beignets. I try to live with no regrets, but seriously, that was a mistake. Sure, it was a…

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BROOKLYN NINE-NINE'S CHELSEA PERETTI IS A REAL LIFE GINA LINETTI

During a Q&A panel for Fox’s “Girls Night Out” event, Peretti was asked by the moderator, The Hollywood Reporter’s Stacey Wilson, what she has in common with Gina. And in a perfect response, the actor/writer/comedian said, “It’s harder to say what we don’t have in common.” Obviously, that’s just the answer we were hoping for. Based on the ease with which Peretti embodies Gina, as well as her past gigs writing for Parks and Recreation and touring as a stand-up comedian, it’s always seemed like Peretti and Linetti share more than an eerily similar last name.

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