blog-brother:


rachelsweave:

DERRICK AND CODY ARE NICOLE’S TARGETS

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Zach’s eviction speech and getting evicted (FRUIT LOOPS)


dickinuranus:

FRANKIE JUST TRADED HIS BEST FRIEND FOR HIS WORST ENEMY

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kingrances:

This is the first season i’ve seen BBleak make biased tweets.

kingrances:

This is the first season i’ve seen BBleak make biased tweets.



wouldn’t it be crazy if…

all 4 did come back in the house? and then next week wasn’t a traditional double evic but it was a CRAZY surprise twist like both people on the block go home? something along those lines for the next two weeks. (minus all the implications it would cause for the timeline)





myskinisyourcanvas:

Let’s all take a moment to appreciate the overwhelming support Zach has gotten from past Big Brother houseguests. No matter what happens tomorrow there’s no denying how much America loves him :)


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scottmcrogers:

yooooo! thats the girl who brought the milk! Look!

scottmcrogers:

yooooo! thats the girl who brought the milk! Look!



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"School is out for many Ferguson students, but teachers are still holding classes at local public libraries. On Tuesday, teachers stood outside of Ferguson Public Library holding signs that said “here to teach” and “students welcome.” Inside the library, teachers helped students with reading, science, art and math. “We’re trying to provide a positive and productive place for students,” said Ferguson-Florissant art teacher Carrie Pace to local outlet the Riverfront Times. “A place for them to come and do something educational and meet up with other students.” One 16-year-old student, Derrick Washington, came to the library to help tutor students younger than him, like his brother. He spoke with Huffington Post reporter Ryan J. Reilly about the experience. “While they’re not in school, I can help them get ready for school,” said Washington, who is a high school student in the Ferguson-Florissant district. “Keep them in line … keep them from getting in trouble.”"