Klaine is all you need


  1. listenupdarklaine:

Cutie 💓

    listenupdarklaine:

    Cutie 💓

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  2. 
54/100 pictures of Chris Colfer

    54/100 pictures of Chris Colfer

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  3. the-vintage-zombie:

Blaine just marry me now.

    the-vintage-zombie:

    Blaine just marry me now.

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  4. 
FLASHBACK: Darren Criss for “The New F Word” campaign (2013) | Uncensored

    FLASHBACK: Darren Criss for “The New F Word” campaign (2013) | Uncensored

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  5. (*)

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  6. 
Photos of Darren 91 of ?  δ

    Photos of Darren 91 of ?  δ

  7. I can’t even imagine how I would feel if I was in the GA. They’re all expecting happy engaged Klaine living together in NYC, Rachel in LA working on her TV show, everyone else doing bigger and better things and being successful but LOL NOPE.

    I truly am living for GA reaction to this episode.

  8. okay one of these days it will actually be our turn and we will finally be triumphant

    today was not that day

    I’m tired

    I’ll check back later

    goodnight

  9. think-progress:


The American Civil Liberties Union obtained a series of internal papers from intelligence agencies including the NSA and Defense Intelligence Agency detailing how integral Reagan’s 1981 order is to the NSA’s current surveillance program. The order broadly allows the government to collect data from any company that is believed to have ties to foreign organizations. It also complicates the path forward for intelligence reforms in Congress.
Previous reports acknowledge the order’s use as a foundation for some of the NSA’s surveillance programs such as gaining backdoor access to tech companies’ data centers. But the new documents, which were released as part of a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit the ACLU and other civil liberties advocates filed just before Edward Snowden’s leaks to the media, show Executive Order 12333 is the “primary source” authority when it comes to the NSA’s foreign spy programs.

Wasn’t Reagan the president that said “Government’s first duty is to protect the people, not run their lives?”

Reagan was a horrible president.

    think-progress:

    The American Civil Liberties Union obtained a series of internal papers from intelligence agencies including the NSA and Defense Intelligence Agency detailing how integral Reagan’s 1981 order is to the NSA’s current surveillance program. The order broadly allows the government to collect data from any company that is believed to have ties to foreign organizations. It also complicates the path forward for intelligence reforms in Congress.

    Previous reports acknowledge the order’s use as a foundation for some of the NSA’s surveillance programs such as gaining backdoor access to tech companies’ data centers. But the new documents, which were released as part of a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit the ACLU and other civil liberties advocates filed just before Edward Snowden’s leaks to the media, show Executive Order 12333 is the “primary source” authority when it comes to the NSA’s foreign spy programs.

    Wasn’t Reagan the president that said “Government’s first duty is to protect the people, not run their lives?”

    Reagan was a horrible president.

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  10. Anonymous wrote...

    Since I get the feeling he won't even be mentioned prior to his first appearance in Scandals: imagine the GA's reaction when Blaine introduces Karofsky as his boyfriend near the very end of the episode, and then it's done for the week. Imagine that coming out of nowhere and leaving them reeling. The reviews should be something else.

    The reviews of those episodes will be my solace for the horror that they are giving. 

  11. Anne requested: Darren’s ass

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