by turns
I'm a husband. And a dad. I'm making a Hulk quilt for my daughter. My wife gives the best massages and I'm not just saying that. I once jumped off a bridge because my friend did so hypotheticals mean nothing to me.
  • soulpancake:

    If you haven’t already subscribed to our YouTube channel, you’re going to want to do it by tomorrow at 11 AM PST.  Why you ask?  Well because of our live streaming event, of course!  Rainn Wilson will be discussing some of life’s big questions in a Google Hangout with six lucky subscribers and things might get weird — SoulPancake weird that is :)

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  • Great piece in Huffington Post by Rainn Wilson about a historic event and figure that’s often overlooked…

    He preached the faith founded by his father, Baha’u’llah, in the mid-1800s, rooted in the unity of all religions. At the time there were only a few hundred Bahai’s in the U.S.; today there are 150,000. Day after day, month after month, crowds across America (often in the thousands) flocked to hear him talk. In synagogues he praised Christ. In churches he extolled the teachings of Mohammed. And throughout his travels his company was sought by luminaries like Andrew Carnegie, Alexander Graham Bell and Kahlil Gibran…Throughout his U.S. visit he swept aside the social protocol of segregation by insisting that everywhere he spoke be open to people of all races. Not the biggest crowd pleaser at the time. At the Great Northern Hotel on 57th Street (now the Parker Meridien), the manager vehemently refused to allow any blacks on the property.

    "If the people see that one colored person has entered my hotel, no respectable person will ever set foot in it," he said. So Abdu’l-Baha instead organized a multi-racial feast at the home of one of his followers, with many whites serving blacks — a subversive, even dangerous notion at the time.

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  • Rainn Wilson Talks Altruism on the Web  And Then Smashes a Guitar at SXSW
    Rainn Wilson is best known for playing the foolish villain Dwight Shrute on The Office. Dwight is constantly jockeying for position at Dunder Mifflin, confident in his skills and his alone. In real life, Rainn Wilson is none of these things. Well, maybe he shares Dwight’s nerd-love of technol…