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jenisicecreams:

We feel the same way, George Bluth. (via Twitter)

NO TOUCHING
Aug 21, 2014 / 26 notes

jenisicecreams:

We feel the same way, George Bluth. (via Twitter)

NO TOUCHING

comicallyvintage:

You’re Only A Robot!
Aug 20, 2014 / 753 notes

comicallyvintage:

You’re Only A Robot!

Aug 19, 2014 / 568 notes

Very Funny, JFK

historical-nonfiction:

In 1961, New York Post columnist Leonard Lyons contacted John F. Kennedy after seeing Presidential autographs for sale in a store and informed him of the prices. At the time, George Washington’s was priced at $175, Ulysses S. Grant’s at $55, Franklin D. Roosevelt’s at $75, Teddy Roosevelt’s at $67.50, and JFK’s at $75. Below is the response mailed to Lyons.

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Aug 19, 2014 / 1,365 notes

backstoryradio:

todaysdocument:

This animation from Moonwalk One shows all the stages of the Apollo 11 mission, which launched 45 years ago on July 16, 1969.  As designed, the only component to return to Earth was the Command Module Columbia.

Moonwalk One, ca. 1970

From the series: Headquarters’ Films Relating to Aeronautics, 1962 - 1981. Records of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1903 - 2006

via Media Matters » Stepping Stones to the Moon

For more on the history of space exploration (it’s longer than you think!), check out our latest episode.

vintascope:

Arthur Sarnoff
How to make a grilled cheese sandwich
Aug 19, 2014 / 764 notes

vintascope:

Arthur Sarnoff

How to make a grilled cheese sandwich

huffposttaste:




Amen.

Either way, work comes last. :)
Aug 18, 2014 / 901 notes

huffposttaste:

Amen.

Either way, work comes last. :)

todayinhistory:

August 18, 1771. Phillis Wheatley, a famous poet, becomes a full member of Old South Meeting House, the church and public meeting space where she attended since being brought to Boston as an enslaved child more than ten years earlier. Old South Meeting House is where she first heard  the Reverend George Whitefield preach, and her poem about him was the first poem to earn her widespread recognition. In 1773, she became the first African to publish a poetry book in the English language, and the third woman in America to do so.
Today, Old South Meeting House is a history museum, and we celebrate Phillis Wheatley day on August 18.
Aug 18, 2014 / 511 notes

todayinhistory:

August 18, 1771. Phillis Wheatley, a famous poet, becomes a full member of Old South Meeting House, the church and public meeting space where she attended since being brought to Boston as an enslaved child more than ten years earlier. Old South Meeting House is where she first heard  the Reverend George Whitefield preach, and her poem about him was the first poem to earn her widespread recognition. In 1773, she became the first African to publish a poetry book in the English language, and the third woman in America to do so.

Today, Old South Meeting House is a history museum, and we celebrate Phillis Wheatley day on August 18.

(via smithsonianlibraries)

comicallyvintage:

Never trust a space pirate.
Aug 17, 2014 / 624 notes

comicallyvintage:

Never trust a space pirate.

Aug 17, 2014 / 248 notes

science-is:

Press kit covers created by contractors who worked on the Apollo 11 lunar landing mission.

(via lasermanmcgee)

Aug 17, 2014 / 708 notes

ladyhistory:

emilysidhe:

ladyhistory:

joachimmurat:

Imagine your Historical OTP switching bodies for a day.

Just imagine it.

I just imagined George and Martha Washington switching bodies and choked.

Abigail Adams would go to Congress in John’s body and get more done in that day than John could manage in a week.

^^^ She would own them so hard.