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yonceinlove:

Never Forget 

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Iconic.

thegoddamazon:

Iconic.

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  • King of France: and why the fuck would we send money and assistance to those resisting their sovereign??
  • Advisor: well it would be a big 'fuck you' to England
  • King of France: send funds to America
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dont-drop-that-dutdutdutdut:

So guys, at my school we have a senior, Hannah Wagernackle, and she has Down’s syndrome. Despite that, she is very popular, and on our cheerleading team. A few weeks ago, she asked James Maslow, from Big Time Rush, to prom through a video. The video has over 20,000 hits, and on Friday morning, he sent a response. Sadly, he could not make it to our prom because he would be shooting for Dancing with the Stars. Instead, he flew her and her mom and sister out to LA for an extended weekend with him. He took them to Disneyland, and she is coming with him to shoot DWTS on Monday and they are going to have their own special prom dance. I cannot believe this happened to one of us. Please share this story, Hannah’s story, to show that not all celebrities are douches to their fans.

Cutee

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a series of stupidly gorgeous collections
paolo sebastian a/w 2014 bridal collection [+ details]

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When director Joshua Logan heard that Hollywood’s most notorious blonde would star in Bus Stop, his initial reaction was, "Oh no…Marilyn Monroe can’t pull off Bus Stop. She can’t act!" In a later interview, Logan ate his own words, lamenting, "I could gargle with salt and vinegar even now as I say that, because I found her to be one of the greatest talents of all time."

When director Joshua Logan heard that Hollywood’s most notorious blonde would star in Bus Stop, his initial reaction was, "Oh no…Marilyn Monroe can’t pull off Bus Stop. She can’t act!" In a later interview, Logan ate his own words, lamenting, "I could gargle with salt and vinegar even now as I say that, because I found her to be one of the greatest talents of all time."

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Judy Garland c. 1943.

Judy Garland c. 1943.

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I guess you ain’t really hungry then.
- A response from the home owner, usually a parent or grandparent, when one rejects their undesirable food options. African American Proverb: Black Parent Edition (via blackproverbs)
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Rixton | Me and My Broken Heart

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Rock Hudson photographed by Leo Fuchs while filming Come September, 1961.

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watching this great documentary called Abraham Lincoln: Saint or Sinner

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youngfirstlady:

Here’s the link if anyone is interested in watching it too. I’m only 20 minutes in but it’s great! They should make for JFK too. Martyr or Womanizer? And then have a Britney Spears cameo.image

The documentary’s title caught my attention because I always thought of Lincoln as being supreme to all other Presidents, at least when it comes to public opinion. And there’s no bizarre rumors or constant replay and frame by frame visuals of his death out there. My friend boy the other day told me Kennedy’s appeal wouldn’t be the same if he wasn’t good looking and I agree. Tumblr will always be a perfect example of that. I wonder what JFK would of think of teenage girls swooning over him. He strikes me as someone who’d rather be celebrated for his heroic actions during his PT 109 time instead of his beautiful hair and celebrity smile. I’m going to be honest and say I never though of JFK as some sex god. I acknowledge that he was very handsome and maybe the hottest President for the age he was elected at (I think others were better looking at his age) but I don’t get the same feelings I do as when I see the very scrumptious and charismatic JFK Jr. And he looked nothing like his father. 

I get where you’re coming from. I admit I’m guilty of some swooning. But my real attraction to JFK was his mind. His mind was as unique as maybe Lincoln’s and Jefferson’s. The way he managed his whole administration, by that I mean how he was involved in almost every aspect. The way he educated himself on a subject he didn’t know much about. He became a great student of economics and foreign policies. He had a great ability to see a situation and step back and analyze it and weigh all the options and consequences. He encouraged people around him to challenge him and not be “Yes” men. He never shirked from hard questions, instead was able to give an honest and intelligent answer each time. The way he knew what every newspaper and magazine was printing about his administration. Not from aides informing him of the articles, but he himself reading every single one of these articles. A lot is said about his looks, his questionable personal morals, and his death, but John F. Kennedy was far more than a pretty face. He was a beautiful mind.

I lack your kind of eloquence, but it’s exactly what you just wrote that I wish people would pay more attention to. And I’m not saying there’s anything wrong with admiring JFK for his great looks, but hardly anything of what you wrote is emphasized as much as his looks.Weeks or months can go by without me seeing something about JFK’s heroic actions during his youth or his genuine dedication and interest during his administration or his intellect. Those are qualities I rarely see on my dash or the rest of the internet. He’s become part of the batch of hot looking dudes on here instead of a serious figure who dedicated his life to making this world a better place. It’s either his looks or his death and I never seem to find anything in between. 

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Finish reading Facebook News Feed History of the World - American Civil War
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watching this great documentary called Abraham Lincoln: Saint or Sinner

Here’s the link if anyone is interested in watching it too. I’m only 20 minutes in but it’s great! They should make for JFK too. Martyr or Womanizer? And then have a Britney Spears cameo.

The documentary’s title caught my attention because I always thought of Lincoln as being supreme to all other Presidents, at least when it comes to public opinion. And there’s no bizarre rumors or constant replay and frame by frame visuals of his death out there. My friend boy the other day told me Kennedy’s appeal wouldn’t be the same if he wasn’t good looking and I agree. Tumblr will always be a perfect example of that. I wonder what JFK would of think of teenage girls swooning over him. He strikes me as someone who’d rather be celebrated for his heroic actions during his PT 109 time instead of his beautiful hair and celebrity smile. I’m going to be honest and say I never though of JFK as some sex god. I acknowledge that he was very handsome and maybe the hottest President for the age he was elected at (I think others were better looking at his age) but I don’t get the same feelings I do as when I see the very scrumptious and charismatic JFK Jr. And he looked nothing like his father. 

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