Anonymous said: Do you think it's illogical that ALS is getting such a large amount of attention compared to other diseases that affect a larger amount of people (like Malaria)? I've been seeing many articles that talk negatively about all the attention ALS has been getting, Any thoughts?

amazingatheist:

Can’t we just be happy that people are getting helped without trying to turn everything into a suffering competition? 

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southparkpitchshifts:

Pitch-Shift request for the-other-screamer, who requested Cartman crying from the episode “It’s Christmas in Canada”.

(All South Park pitch-shifts are HERE, and I take requests - specific scenes, please!)

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southparkpitchshifts:

Pitch-Shift request for madamecrocodile, who requested Butters discussing the bush at Kenny’s funeral from the episode “Sexual Healing”.

(All South Park pitch-shifts are HERE, and I take requests - specific scenes, please!)

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munkeycop:

It never occurred to me that the South Park movie is nearly 15 years old. It still holds up though, as do those superb songs.
This article is worth a read, some good behind-the-scenes stories about how the songs came together.

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Trey Parker and Matt Stone, the boy-men behind “South Park,” were in Los Angeles, proving again that if you make content people love — it’s harder than it looks — it doesn’t matter how many paradigms shift.

The New York Times

They are not ‘boys’ anymore, not yet ‘men’ - they are BOY-MEN! Love it.

(via behind-the-blow)

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A Fireside Chat with Matt and Trey 「1/6

»You know that everyone thinks that in order to do South Park we must be wild, crazy, rock and roll stars. But the truth is we’re just wholesome middle-American guys. We enjoy soda pop, baseball and beating up old people just as much as anybody.«

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bogercs:

1969 vintage poster poster of South Park Bigger Longer and Uncut

bogercs:

1969 vintage poster poster of South Park Bigger Longer and Uncut

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