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I am a Texan, lover, Whovian, sister, boilermaker, and above all a Dreamer. Live life to the fullest, enjoy the little things, and love always. This is a sneak peak into my world. Have fun!

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Thanks, James Franco.

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Why CJ is my favorite
They beat women, Nancy. They hate women. The only reason they keep Qumari women alive is to make more Qumari men.
So what do you want me to do about it?
How about instead of suggesting that we sell the guns to them, suggesting that we shoot the guns at them? And by the way, not to change the subject, but how are we supposed to have any moral credibility when we talk about gun control and making sure that guns don't get in the hands of the wrong people? God, Nancy! What the hell are we defining as the *right* people?
This is the real world and we can't isolate our enemies.
I know about the real world and I'm not suggesting we isolate them.
You're suggesting we eliminate them
I have a briefing...
You're suggesting that...
I'm not suggesting anything. I don't suggest foreign policy around here.
You are right now.
It's the 21st Century, Nancy. The world's gotten smaller. I don't know how we can tolerate this kind of suffering anymore, particularly when all it does is continue the cycle of anti-American hatred. But that's not the point, either.
What's the point?
The point is that apartheid was an East Hampton clambake compared to what we laughingly refer to as the life these women lead. And if we had sold M1-A1's to South Africa fifteen years ago, you'd have set the building on fire. Thank God we never needed to refuel in Johannesburg!
[nods] It's a big world, C.J. And everybody has guns, and I'm doing the best I can.
They're beating the women, Nancy.
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nprfreshair:

15 years ago this month NBC greenlit a “heady, liberal, poli-sci fantasy” called The West Wing. Creator/writer Aaron Sorkin and much of his production staff and cast reflect on the successes and heartaches of the White House drama in the latest Hollywood Reporter. 
Bradley Whitford who played Deputy Chief of Staff Josh Lyman says, “ I always joke with Aaron — and it goes for [Producer] Tommy [Schlamme], too — that The West Wing was a great show about democracy run by a couple of Kim Jong-ils.”
You can check out Fresh Air interviews with John Spencer (Chief of Staff, Leo McGarry), Bradley Whitford and Aaron Sorkin.
Image via NBC/Getty

Best. Show. Ever.

instamatthew:

nprfreshair:

15 years ago this month NBC greenlit a “heady, liberal, poli-sci fantasy” called The West Wing. Creator/writer Aaron Sorkin and much of his production staff and cast reflect on the successes and heartaches of the White House drama in the latest Hollywood Reporter. 

Bradley Whitford who played Deputy Chief of Staff Josh Lyman says, “ I always joke with Aaron — and it goes for [Producer] Tommy [Schlamme], too — that The West Wing was a great show about democracy run by a couple of Kim Jong-ils.”

You can check out Fresh Air interviews with John Spencer (Chief of Staff, Leo McGarry), Bradley Whitford and Aaron Sorkin.

Image via NBC/Getty

Best. Show. Ever.

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it’s coming…..

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