19 4 / 2014

21 1 / 2014

Fairly appropriate for today.

Fairly appropriate for today.

22 7 / 2013

katespencer:

buzzfeedpolitics:

This powerful photo comes from Howard University’s College of Medicine with students all clad in hoodies in protest of Zimmerman’s acquittal. 

Wow. This is incredibly powerful. 

katespencer:

buzzfeedpolitics:

This powerful photo comes from Howard University’s College of Medicine with students all clad in hoodies in protest of Zimmerman’s acquittal. 

Wow. This is incredibly powerful. 

21 6 / 2013

Golden ticket for chocolate day!

Golden ticket for chocolate day!

15 6 / 2013

25 5 / 2013

25 5 / 2013

lisasimpsonbookclub:

geekyjessica:

Lisa Simpson has been my hero since 1990

This is, and forever will be, the matter.

#simpsons #books

(Source: sandandglass)

25 5 / 2013

tattoosforpassionnotfashion:

done by marcin aleksander surowiec 


#tattoo

tattoosforpassionnotfashion:

done by marcin aleksander surowiec 

#tattoo

(via megret)

07 5 / 2013

ratsoff:

Charles Ramsey for neighbor of the year

Love it

07 5 / 2013

pbsthisdayinhistory:

May 7, 1915: The RMS Lusitania Sinks
On this day in 1915, The RMS Lusitania, A British ocean liner, was torpedoed by a German U-Boat. Less than an hour later, over 1000 passengers had lost their lives when she sank off the coast of Ireland. Only three years had passed since the Titanic disaster.
Afterward, there was much controversy with the sinking, as the Lusitania had been carrying mostly civilians. Europe was in the midst of World War I, and the German Navy insisted that the Lusitania was a legitimate target as she had also been carrying munitions and serving as an auxiliary military ship.
As 128 Americans were among the dead, the British thought that the United States would declare war on Germany, but this would not be the case. Two years would pass until America joined World War I.
Learn more about the RMS Lusitania with our “Lost Liners” collection. 
Photo: RMS Lusitania coming into port, possibly in New York, 1907-13 (Library of Congress).

pbsthisdayinhistory:

May 7, 1915: The RMS Lusitania Sinks

On this day in 1915, The RMS Lusitania, A British ocean liner, was torpedoed by a German U-Boat. Less than an hour later, over 1000 passengers had lost their lives when she sank off the coast of Ireland. Only three years had passed since the Titanic disaster.

Afterward, there was much controversy with the sinking, as the Lusitania had been carrying mostly civilians. Europe was in the midst of World War I, and the German Navy insisted that the Lusitania was a legitimate target as she had also been carrying munitions and serving as an auxiliary military ship.

As 128 Americans were among the dead, the British thought that the United States would declare war on Germany, but this would not be the case. Two years would pass until America joined World War I.

Learn more about the RMS Lusitania with our “Lost Liners” collection.

Photo: RMS Lusitania coming into port, possibly in New York, 1907-13 (Library of Congress).