i feel like every week i’m just like “i need to get through this week”
All hail King Joffrey Baratheon, First of His Name, King of the Andals and the Rhoynar and the First Men, Lord of the Seven Kingdoms and Protector of the Realm
Here’s the crack smoke canada mayor with a huge owl
every time I see zenpencils trying to make a social statement I roll my eyes so hard they fall out of my head
“Are you still kind of blown over by the success of Game of Thrones and how people have responded to that show? I know how much we all love making it and I think that really translates for people." (x)
The Booty Bunch
3.11.14 (1) on Flickr.
i was parked illegally and could only get like two snaps of this huge reflective rainbow dick in downtown silver spring. plz click through b/c i haven’t figured out how to make photos on tumblr look high quality yet???
Eleanor Roosevelt’s First Press Conference - March 6, 1933
On March 6, 1933 Eleanor Roosevelt held the first of her 348 women’s only press conferences. Before this time, First Ladies had little contact with reporters. Eleanor recognized that holding regular conferences could enhance the public role of the First Lady - a role she transformed during her 12 years in the White House.
About 35 women attended Eleanor’s first press conference which was held in the Monroe Room on the second floor of the living quarters in the White House. The press conferences were attended by the major female reporters of the day - including Lorena Hickok, Ruby Black, Bess Furman, May Craig, Emma Bugbee and Martha Stayer.
Eleanor used these press conferences as a way to not only announce her schedule of activities but also as a platform to publicize the work of women leaders, answer her critics, and entertain questions on a variety of subjects. Topics covered everything from domestic issues like social programs, race, youth activism, etc. to international politics and the role of women in war and peace.
never give up on your dreams