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hertwistedperspective:

Ohhh Yeah!! #bringit #bringbackfallalready #halloween

hertwistedperspective:

Ohhh Yeah!! #bringit #bringbackfallalready #halloween

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Episode 53: The September Monologues

It is September, and something is different.

so true

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bromancing-the-stone:

The most ignored words in the world.

bromancing-the-stone:

The most ignored words in the world.

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marinashutup:

tytnetwork:

The model featured in one of Burger King’s infamously suggestive ads for the BK Super Seven Incher has said the company used her image without her permission. In a statement, the woman said that she was publicly humiliated and calls for people to boycott. 

I’ve totally seen this ad before and got super annoyed and I did not know this.

I always hated this ad and now I hate Burger King, too.

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The Munsters

God, I love them, but the color ones always freaked me out.

The Munsters

God, I love them, but the color ones always freaked me out.

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nateswinehart:

Being good to each other is so important, guys.

omigosh, there is so much Wonderful here

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bookpatrol:

A Reading Room for One

For the 2013 Lisbon Architecture Triennale artist Marta Wengorovius teamed with architect Francisco Aires Mateus to produce this little slice of paradise; a reading cabin for one.     

The simple wood structure is fit for one person, holds one bookshelf and has a raised seating area and that’s it. It is light by a skylight.

The artist populated the bookshelf by asking 20 guests to choose three books each for the library.

"Sharing this itinerant project creates a community between people who read the books, the guests who chose the books and the people who will read the books wherever the cabin shall pass," says Wengorovius.

The project had its first opening on December 2012 in Paredes, north of Portugal. The library is scheduled to be in a different place each year. If exhibited in a foreign country the books will be translated and available in the native language of the country.

Full coverage at dezeen: One, Two and Many by Marta Wengorovius

Project at artists website

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thisisprsnl:

Today is Women’s Equality Day when we stand up and up say: #WeMatter and we won’t stop until this list of inequities is blank.

thisisprsnl:

Today is Women’s Equality Day when we stand up and up say: #WeMatter and we won’t stop until this list of inequities is blank.

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I love this because… On one of my now-hubs’ and my first date, he asked me what I wanted to be when I grow up and I said “Happy.” He said it was the best answer he’d ever heard. Still working on it some days, but at least I have my family :)

I love this because… On one of my now-hubs’ and my first date, he asked me what I wanted to be when I grow up and I said “Happy.” He said it was the best answer he’d ever heard. Still working on it some days, but at least I have my family :)

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risarodil:

'Hope is not crazy' - Animated lettering
Static/Non-animated version here

risarodil:

'Hope is not crazy' - Animated lettering

Static/Non-animated version here

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yoncehaunted:

*SHOUTING TO THE HEAVENS*

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todaysdocument:

fordlibrarymuseum:

"As a Republic dedicated to liberty and justice for all, this Nation cannot deny equal status to women."

On August 22, 1974, President Ford signed a proclamation designating August 26 as Women’s Equality Day. That date honored the incorporation of the Nineteenth Amendment, which guaranteed women the right to vote, into the Constitution on August 26, 1920.

In the proclamation President Ford noted his previous backing of the Equal Rights Amendment and his intention to continue supporting it. “Today I want to reaffirm my personal commitment to that amendment,” he stated. “The time for ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment has come just as surely as did the time for the 19th Amendment.”

Representatives Yvonne Brathwait Burke (D-Calif), Barbara Jordan (D-Tex), Elizabeth Holtzman (D-NY), Marjorie S. Holt (R-Md), Leonor K. Sullivan (D-Mo), Cardiss Collins (D -Ill), Corinne C. Boggs (D-La), Margaret M. Heckler (R-Mass), Bella S. Abzug (D-NY), Shirley Chisholm (D-NY), Ella T. Grasso (D-Conn), Patricia Schroeder (D-Colo), and Patsy T. Mink (D-Hawaii) attended the signing ceremony held in the Cabinet Room. First Lady Betty Ford and Anne Armstrong, Counsellor to the President, were also present for the signing.

In commemoration of Women’s Equality Day, the National Archives (usnatarchives)  is hosting a discussion in partnership with the Sewall-Belmont House and Museum

Women’s History on the Horizon: The Centennial of Woman Suffrage in 2020 

Tuesday, August 26, at 7 p.m. at the William G. McGowan Theatre

Can’t make it? The discussion will be streamed at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R2t48I3j004.