Rob Delaney

Apr 18



Heaven Is For Real | Sony Pictures | Meme Maker -

A young boy discovers Heaven Is For Real in a gripping drama based on the book by Todd Burpo with Lynn Vincent. In theaters April 16.


I guess heaven IS real!

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Apr 17

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forcingit asked: Do you do autographs and photos and such after shows? I'm coming tonight and want to correctly place my hopes on the spectrum of artist hang-out-iness.


These days I come out and sign stuff for sure, and I enjoy it more than I can say. It is great to say hello, I get a real boost from being able to really connect. I dislike having my picture taken; I end up consenting to pictures all the time, but I feel like I’m not being too too ornery of a person if I let people know how I actually feel, which is that I don’t like being photographed. I also get that people want pictures and that it’s sometimes important to them, so I want to be accommodating about it, because it’s in my nature to want to make people happy. So I figure a decent balance is to say, I’m up for it, theoretically, if it’s really important to you, but if my comfort’s of interest, the truth is I’ve hated being photographed all my life and wish there were some way of getting people to share my feeling that JD is best when there’s no pictures. 

Funny, my main objection to pictures after shows is that most people don’t know how to use their own cameras/phones, thus it takes a long time for them or the person they’ve given their camera/phone to to take a picture, thereby making the whole meet & greet take MUCH longer, leading to other lovely fans/friends having to wait longer, pay their babysitter more, etc. So I sort of feel like *I’m* theoretically happy to do pictures, the overall quality of the meet & greet for those waiting in line decreases because the average citizen understands how their own cellphone camera works exactly as well as I understand how my pancreas works.


Apr 16


Four million dollar mansion burns to the ground in Ohio. x


Four million dollar mansion burns to the ground in Ohio. x

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