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Hey Thanks, Esquire!

workaholics:

Esquire just called Workaholics the funniest show you’re not watching*.  

They even threw a joke in themselves, calling Jillian “Jillian Bill” instead of her given name, “Jillian Bell”.  On the show, she’s “Jillian Belk”, for everyone keeping score (sabermetricians).

*If you’re reading this on the Workaholics Tumblr, you likely have seen the show already. I hope you still find it the funniest show you ARE watching, or at least top 4.

New to Workaholics?  Then get your first taste with an all-new episode TONIGHT at 10/9 CT, only on Comedy Central.

fuckyeahhiking:

iseegodinbirds:

Alright, I have a huge favor to ask of everyone.
My cousin, Kira, is 12 years old. She recently came home from school and felt tingling and numbness in her legs. Her mother went to take her to the hospital, but she could not stand up; she was paralyzed. My aunt quickly picked her up and rushed her to the emergency room. Three spinal taps later, they have found out that she has Guillain-Barre syndrome. This is an autoimmune disorder that is attacking her nerves. There is no cure for this at all, and she is going to have to go through physical therapy for the next six months to be able to walk again. Treatment will help, but there is no guarantee she will ever be herself again.
My aunt is a very, very strong woman, but she is also the breadwinner in the house. She cannot work while her daughter is in the hospital, and they recently were nearly homeless. She also has two other children at home. If you can help in any way, please do. They are scared that they are going to lose their home and not be able to pay for Kira’s physical therapy.
Here’s more information on Guillain-Barre Syndrome.
Here’s how you can donate.
Please reblog this and help them out.

Not related, just boosting the signal. Hope she gets the help she needs.

fuckyeahhiking:

iseegodinbirds:

Alright, I have a huge favor to ask of everyone.

My cousin, Kira, is 12 years old. She recently came home from school and felt tingling and numbness in her legs. Her mother went to take her to the hospital, but she could not stand up; she was paralyzed. My aunt quickly picked her up and rushed her to the emergency room. Three spinal taps later, they have found out that she has Guillain-Barre syndrome. This is an autoimmune disorder that is attacking her nerves. There is no cure for this at all, and she is going to have to go through physical therapy for the next six months to be able to walk again. Treatment will help, but there is no guarantee she will ever be herself again.

My aunt is a very, very strong woman, but she is also the breadwinner in the house. She cannot work while her daughter is in the hospital, and they recently were nearly homeless. She also has two other children at home. If you can help in any way, please do. They are scared that they are going to lose their home and not be able to pay for Kira’s physical therapy.

Here’s more information on Guillain-Barre Syndrome.

Here’s how you can donate.

Please reblog this and help them out.

Not related, just boosting the signal. Hope she gets the help she needs.