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yayasmeen:

I think my selfie problem is getting out of hand..

This deserves at least a thousand notes !!

Matt McGorry and Pablo Schreiber at the 2014 Young Hollywood Awards

iammagicitself:

# still the best moment in a tv show ever

dishai:

a small collection of somewhat disturbing, but otherwise entertaining posts

restlesscreation:

scarecrow-tinman:

theconquerorwurmple:

I’m really a cat person

The last one omg

HA!

lifehacks247:

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spatialsoloist:

It amazes me that I can accurately type at top speed without looking at my keyboard but still pour water down my shirt ‘cause I missed my mouth in general.

forever:

why do teachers think that yawning is rude like i’m oxygen deprived what do u want me to do

terapsina:

horseskeepmesane:

She literally got a drink of water and then walked over to my boots and spit the water in them.

Was it revenge for the braids?

you-cant-take-the-sky-from-me:

thegirlwiththethornonherside:

aaaaaaawwwwww

So, that’s what Days of Future Past is about.

dot-tattler:

Jamie Brewer grew up loving all forms of the arts, especially movies and theatre productions. She started by taking theatre classes in 1999 at a ‘College for Kids’ class during her middle school years. Jamie performed in dramas, musicals, comedies, and many improvisations during her theatre training at Dionysus Theatre. Jamie appeared and spoke in PSA’s for the “Souper Bowl of Caring Houston Food Drive” in Houston, TX for 2 consecutive years which aired on NBC, ABC, and CBS. Brewer still has not left the stage; and still continues her training through The Groundlings Theatre and School.
In 2011, Brewer made her television debut as Adelaide “Addie” Langdon on American Horror Story: Murder House. She then appeared on SouthLAnd in an episode titled “Heat”, on February 20, 2013. Also in 2013, she landed a supporting role in American Horror Story: Coven, playing Nan a young witch whom is clairvoyant.
Brewer has also been active in the Down Syndrome community. She is the youngest person with this disability to be elected President of the ARC of Fort Bend Chapter. From there, she was appointed to the State of Texas ARC Board, then elected to the Executive Board as Treasurer. Brewer was then asked to serve on the ARC Governmental Affairs Committee for the State of Texas, and while on the committee, spoke with Senators at the Texas State Capitol to persuade them to pass the law for Texas to abolish using the word “retarded” from state legislation and to improve recognition of the needs of people with disabilities within the state. The effort was successful and Texas now uses the term “Intellectual Developmental Disability” in their legislation. Brewer is involved with several other non-profit organizations, including DSALA, DSiAM, BTAP, National Down Syndrome Congress, American Association of People with Disabilities of the United States, and Civitan International.

dot-tattler:

Jamie Brewer grew up loving all forms of the arts, especially movies and theatre productions. She started by taking theatre classes in 1999 at a ‘College for Kids’ class during her middle school years. Jamie performed in dramas, musicals, comedies, and many improvisations during her theatre training at Dionysus Theatre. Jamie appeared and spoke in PSA’s for the “Souper Bowl of Caring Houston Food Drive” in Houston, TX for 2 consecutive years which aired on NBC, ABC, and CBS. Brewer still has not left the stage; and still continues her training through The Groundlings Theatre and School.

In 2011, Brewer made her television debut as Adelaide “Addie” Langdon on American Horror Story: Murder House. She then appeared on SouthLAnd in an episode titled “Heat”, on February 20, 2013. Also in 2013, she landed a supporting role in American Horror Story: Coven, playing Nan a young witch whom is clairvoyant.

Brewer has also been active in the Down Syndrome community. She is the youngest person with this disability to be elected President of the ARC of Fort Bend Chapter. From there, she was appointed to the State of Texas ARC Board, then elected to the Executive Board as Treasurer. Brewer was then asked to serve on the ARC Governmental Affairs Committee for the State of Texas, and while on the committee, spoke with Senators at the Texas State Capitol to persuade them to pass the law for Texas to abolish using the word “retarded” from state legislation and to improve recognition of the needs of people with disabilities within the state. The effort was successful and Texas now uses the term “Intellectual Developmental Disability” in their legislation. Brewer is involved with several other non-profit organizations, including DSALA, DSiAM, BTAP, National Down Syndrome CongressAmerican Association of People with Disabilities of the United States, and Civitan International.