22

Oct

YOU’RE KILLING ME, JOE

(Source: lawlliets)

newsweek-paris-france:

Vandalized statue of poet and novelist Alfred de Musset in the Parc Monceau this morning, Oct. 22. A random act? Modern art? The ghost of Rimbaud?

newsweek-paris-france:

Vandalized statue of poet and novelist Alfred de Musset in the Parc Monceau this morning, Oct. 22. A random act? Modern art? The ghost of Rimbaud?

07

Oct

It just one of those days where everything that I’ve been trying to ignore runs up and smacks me in the face. After my homework is done, all I want to do is curl up in bed and shut out the world.

26

Sep

stfuconservatives:

shaymine:

justjosiehicks:

ehahlil:

Are you with the BANNED?

ALWAYS.

any book worth banning is a book worth reading

I keep a running (but incomplete) list of banned books here if you want to check some out.

09

Sep

THIS MOVIE

(Source: scoregasm)

24

Aug

todaysdocument:

Another Amelia Earhart Mystery?

On August 24, 1945 a telegram was sent via U.S. Naval Radio that relayed personal messages from civilian internees liberated from Weihsien Internment Camp located in present-day Weifang, Shangdong, China. 

These very brief messages usually gave a few words of reassurance “…family all well…,” “Advise Mother all concentration camp liberated…,” “Health perfect spirits high,” and then signed by the internee.

However, one is very unusual.  Found on page 10 it was written to G. P. Putnam, Amelia Earhart’s widower – it reads:  G P PUTNAM 10042 VALLEY SPRING LANE NORTH HOLLYWOOD CALIFORNIA CAMP LIBERATED ALL WELL VOLUMES TO TELL LOVE TO MOTHER

Unsigned and rather mysterious – the message to Putnam was sent anonymously and it has never been determined who actually sent it.  According to conspiracy theorists, “Love to Mother” was a phrase Amelia Earhart used to say. The fact of its anonymity is what makes the telegram so interesting, and (along with never finding Earhart’s plane or remains) has led to a few theorists saying that this was proof that Earhart survived on an island in the Pacific for years during the war and ended up in a Japanese camp, and after it was liberated, decided to live out the rest of her life in quiet anonymity instead of coming back the States as a rescued celebrity.

Here at Today’s Document, we’re not coming to any conclusions about Earhart, but we thought you might enjoy a little mystery for your Friday.

Left: Page 1 of the 12 page document

Right: Page 10 with text of Telegram to G. P. Putnam

20

Aug

Hahahaha.

Hahahaha.

17

Aug

chaosischoatic:

prongsiegannon:

Praise.


There ya go guys, from the mouth of God himself!

chaosischoatic:

prongsiegannon:

Praise.

There ya go guys, from the mouth of God himself!

(Source: prongsampora)

I know that this shirt is so overkill with my tattoo….but I decided that I just don’t care! Plus, it features Batman, Superman, and the Flash (aka other members of the Justice League)!

I know that this shirt is so overkill with my tattoo….but I decided that I just don’t care! Plus, it features Batman, Superman, and the Flash (aka other members of the Justice League)!

We didn’t land on Plymouth Rock! Plymouth Rock landed on Mars!
Tracy Morgan as Tracy Jordan on 30 Rock