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Ok I love this. As a mother people seriously DO NOT understand HOW hard it is. There are NO breaks, NO pay, and your bosses scream in your face, and puke & poo on you constantly. & that bitch laughing at the end… Don’t fucking laugh.. it’s the truth.

Except motherhood is a choice. You don’t need to have children in order to but food and pay your rent. You do need to have a paying job in order to do those things.

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So the tiny little figure to the right is Barbara Eden.

So the tiny little figure to the right is Barbara Eden.

Tags: barbara eden

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nympherret:

like how much more obvious does this need to be made for people to get it?

this isnt even an exaggeration 
like at all

strangelybeautifulworld:

nympherret:

like how much more obvious does this need to be made for people to get it?

this isnt even an exaggeration 

like at all

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Theda Bara ‘Madame Du Barry’ Gown (1917)

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The 1917 Madame Du Barry, based on the Alexandre Dumas novel, starred Theda Bara as Jeanne Vauberniere, the milliner who eventually becomes the mistress of a king. Naturally, her costumes were exquisite, and the masterpiece of the lot was this amazingly beautiful gown, a silver, gold and blue creation that Theda treasured and kept in her Beverly Hills home for more than 45 years after the film’s release. The 90-year old gown is truly everything a French king’s mistress could have dreamed of, with ermine accents throughout, and survives in gloriously preserved very fine condition. Measures approx. 57 in. from floor to shoulder. From the Joan Craig Costume Archive of Theda Bara. Accompanied by a letter of provenance from Joan Craig.

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lucyaudley!!!

This is an amazing dress and an amazing story! Thanks!

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4/10: Callum Keith Rennie

Always reblog Callum

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"The defense for Fundamentalists’ obsession with homosexuality is the Bible, which they claim to read literally. If this was true, they might notice the words “poor” and “poverty” appear 446 times and that “wealth” is mentioned in 1,273 verses, rarely positively. Only five or six passages discuss homosexuality, though nearly every American can recite them, hearing each one quoted so often. If Fundamentalists fought LGBTQ equality as a hobby, after fulfilling their duty to fight poverty, they might be chastised and forgiven. They’ve revealed, though, they will abandon the poor, to condemn not only gay men and women but anyone who tolerates them. In doing so they’ve denied the very faith and savior they claim to revere. Whatever religion Fundamentalism is, it isn’t Christianity, and it’s time to revoke that label. Categorizing homosexuality, not injustice, as the greatest evil is absurd and disturbing, but it reflects a whole moral system that contradicts the essence of Christian Scripture."

It’s Time to Stop Calling Fundamentalists ‘Christians’ (via azspot)

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Chicago River walk

Train voice: soliciting and gambling are prohibited on CTA vehicles

This is enough of a problem it has it’s own recorded message?

Oooo  catladyinwaiting I definitely want to stalk CKR! I’m on the fence about MLA Vancouver. I probably won’t go on the market this year, so it might make more sense to go to NAVSA which is somewhere in Ontario instead? I’m using my international funding for London in July which counts under the 2014-15 academic year, sooo I would have to cover any Canadian travel myself :-( Aces that you get funding from your journal!

Oooo catladyinwaiting I definitely want to stalk CKR! I’m on the fence about MLA Vancouver. I probably won’t go on the market this year, so it might make more sense to go to NAVSA which is somewhere in Ontario instead? I’m using my international funding for London in July which counts under the 2014-15 academic year, sooo I would have to cover any Canadian travel myself :-( Aces that you get funding from your journal!