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Polaroids from a drifter

Polaroids from a drifter

laphamsquarterly:

Theodore Roosevelt. IN SHORTS. 

aww yisss

laphamsquarterly:

Theodore Roosevelt. IN SHORTS. 

aww yisss

Reblogged from Lapham's Quarterly
Ricki Hall. just sayin’

Ricki Hall. just sayin’

Cattle walking the last mile to this slaughterhouse are treated to this dazzling, but incongruous display of light before the end in Gross-Umstadt near Darmstadt, West Germany, on November 29, 1962. The chandelier came from a nearby factory that didn’t have room to assemble it there, so they decided to assemble it in this slaughterhouse. The name of the Arab ruler who ordered the 532 bulb chandelier made up of 200,000 separate parts is a secret. Also, a secret is the price he paid for it. (AP Photo/Lindlar)
Cattle walking the last mile to this slaughterhouse are treated to this dazzling, but incongruous display of light before the end in Gross-Umstadt near Darmstadt, West Germany, on November 29, 1962. The chandelier came from a nearby factory that didn’t have room to assemble it there, so they decided to assemble it in this slaughterhouse. The name of the Arab ruler who ordered the 532 bulb chandelier made up of 200,000 separate parts is a secret. Also, a secret is the price he paid for it. (AP Photo/Lindlar)

the scared is scared

just made this meal (minus the lentils)awwwwfuckyesbiscuitssss

just made this meal (minus the lentils)
awwwwfuckyesbiscuitssss

brandingtheuspresidents:

Twenty Sixth President: Theodore (Teddy) Roosevelt (1901-1909)
Typefaces: Didot & DIN


There are a couple variations of the story of the teddy bear, here is one:“Theodore (Teddy) Roosevelt, the 26th president of the United States, is the person responsible for giving the teddy bear his name. On November 14, 1902, Roosevelt was helping settle a border dispute between Mississippi and Louisiana. During his spare time he attended a bear hunt in Mississippi. During the hunt, Roosevelt came upon a wounded young bear and ordered the mercy killing of the animal. The Washington Post ran a editorial cartoon created by the political cartoonist Clifford K. Berryman that illustrated the event. The cartoon was called “Drawing the Line in Mississippi” and depicted both state line dispute and the bear hunt. At first Berryman drew the bear as a fierce animal, the bear had just killed a hunting dog. Later, Berryman redrew the bear to make it a cuddly cub. The cartoon and the story it told became popular and within a year, the cartoon bear became a toy for children called the teddy bear.”
-http://inventors.about.com

And yes, this photo is real. It had appeared in LIFE magazine and can be seen here: http://www.history.com/photos/teddy-roosevelt/photo11

brandingtheuspresidents:

Twenty Sixth President: Theodore (Teddy) Roosevelt (1901-1909)

Typefaces: Didot & DIN


There are a couple variations of the story of the teddy bear, here is one:

“Theodore (Teddy) Roosevelt, the 26th president of the United States, is the person responsible for giving the teddy bear his name. On November 14, 1902, Roosevelt was helping settle a border dispute between Mississippi and Louisiana. During his spare time he attended a bear hunt in Mississippi. During the hunt, Roosevelt came upon a wounded young bear and ordered the mercy killing of the animal. The Washington Post ran a editorial cartoon created by the political cartoonist Clifford K. Berryman that illustrated the event. The cartoon was called “Drawing the Line in Mississippi” and depicted both state line dispute and the bear hunt. At first Berryman drew the bear as a fierce animal, the bear had just killed a hunting dog. Later, Berryman redrew the bear to make it a cuddly cub. The cartoon and the story it told became popular and within a year, the cartoon bear became a toy for children called the teddy bear.”

-http://inventors.about.com



And yes, this photo is real. It had appeared in LIFE magazine and can be seen here: http://www.history.com/photos/teddy-roosevelt/photo11