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Zac Efron Shows Off His 'Beautiful' Penis On 'Workaholics' -- Watch

Zac and his ‘Neighbors’ co-star, Seth Rogen, are doing everything they can to generate buzz for their upcoming flick, even dropping their pants for it. 289 more words

News And Gossip

Forever Boston Strong

As someone who was raised in New England, I watched the way people handled last year’s Boston Marathon bombings with both pride and gratitude. Many family members and friends still live in the area, including a cousin who was only yards from the second blast. 200 more words

Stories

A Brief Open Letter to the Woman at the Dog Park

Is your name Starlight? Or maybe Rainbow-serenity? Let’s go with Starlight. I hope that’s okay, Starlight. When I was little I’m pretty sure I dreamed of your free-spirited ease of being and penned a song about you entitled, “Why can’t the world be free?” More than anything, I think the song scared my dad into fearing my future liberal political and social endeavors. 613 more words

Humor

Local air pollution: Worried neighbors confront Precision Castparts, but the company has few answers

by Jacob Sherman

On Thursday, April 10, 2014, more than 60 residents from Woodstock, Brentwood-Darlington, Mt. Scott-Arleta, and Eastmoreland met with representatives from Precision Castparts Corporation (PCC) over… 568 more words

Neighbors

Zero to Hero Day Four: Say Hello to the Neighbors

This one was actually harder for me than just writing something would be. However, I did it, and I feel pretty good about it. So here are five new blogs I’m now following:   56 more words

Word Press Challenges

The Workaholics Bro's + Zac Efron + Seth Rogen = The Most Delicious Comedy Pie

I have a theory that Zac Efron is the luckiest “comedy” guy in the world today. Not only does he get to star in Funny or Die videos with some of the funniest people in the world, but he’s also paired opposite Seth Rogen in the new movie… 104 more words

Acceptable Volume

Summer of 1993.

The first place I lived in Oakland was a dumpy slum on Montecito by the lake, with a hilarious manager named Erica who always had a cigarette smoldering and whose preferred outfit, even for grocery store excursions, was robe, slippers and becurlered hair. 1,177 more words

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