vxgasattack:

canyoushipit:

darkxbunnyprincess:

This is one of my favorite childhood stories.



I heard this story at the first-grade lunch table years before I encountered this book. Supposedly it happened to someone’s “babysitter’s cousin,” and I developed an instant mistrust of choker necklaces. vxgasattack:

canyoushipit:

darkxbunnyprincess:

This is one of my favorite childhood stories.



I heard this story at the first-grade lunch table years before I encountered this book. Supposedly it happened to someone’s “babysitter’s cousin,” and I developed an instant mistrust of choker necklaces. vxgasattack:

canyoushipit:

darkxbunnyprincess:

This is one of my favorite childhood stories.



I heard this story at the first-grade lunch table years before I encountered this book. Supposedly it happened to someone’s “babysitter’s cousin,” and I developed an instant mistrust of choker necklaces. vxgasattack:

canyoushipit:

darkxbunnyprincess:

This is one of my favorite childhood stories.



I heard this story at the first-grade lunch table years before I encountered this book. Supposedly it happened to someone’s “babysitter’s cousin,” and I developed an instant mistrust of choker necklaces. vxgasattack:

canyoushipit:

darkxbunnyprincess:

This is one of my favorite childhood stories.



I heard this story at the first-grade lunch table years before I encountered this book. Supposedly it happened to someone’s “babysitter’s cousin,” and I developed an instant mistrust of choker necklaces. vxgasattack:

canyoushipit:

darkxbunnyprincess:

This is one of my favorite childhood stories.



I heard this story at the first-grade lunch table years before I encountered this book. Supposedly it happened to someone’s “babysitter’s cousin,” and I developed an instant mistrust of choker necklaces.

vxgasattack:

canyoushipit:

darkxbunnyprincess:

This is one of my favorite childhood stories.

I heard this story at the first-grade lunch table years before I encountered this book. Supposedly it happened to someone’s “babysitter’s cousin,” and I developed an instant mistrust of choker necklaces.

(via likeneelyohara)

i guess the real question is how can you not like tesla

he thought women would eventually rule the world because we’re the dominant sex

he liked pigeons

he was a vegetarian 

he was a babe

he was shy

he hated edison 

he’s perfect 

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Yup, as long as you’re ok with that time he went bonkers and tried to build a death ray.

Are you serious the death ray was the best part

(via cajunmama)


Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward photographed by Gordon Parks, 1959.

Will reblog, every time. 
Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward photographed by Gordon Parks, 1959.

Will reblog, every time. 
Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward photographed by Gordon Parks, 1959.

Will reblog, every time. 
Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward photographed by Gordon Parks, 1959.

Will reblog, every time.

Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward photographed by Gordon Parks, 1959.

Will reblog, every time.

sellingthecentury:

The Outlook, January 28, 1920. 

sellingthecentury:

The Outlook, January 28, 1920. 

sellingthecentury:

The Outlook, January 21, 1920.

Started a new blog last month featuring 1910s and ’20s American advertising. If you like design, history, the sometimes strange world of early 20th century products, or just old stuff in general, check it out and follow!

ebonymag:

Remembering the late poet Amiri Baraka. #AmiriBaraka