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banderboucher:

it’s not a sunday unless you completely waste it then feel really sad around 8pm

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vintagegal:

Happy Birthday Stephen King! (September 21, 1947) 

"People want to know why I do this, why I write such gross stuff. I like to tell them I have the heart of a small boy… and I keep it in a jar on my desk."

These photos were taken by Jacques Lowe in October 1963, which appeared in Look magazine just four days before the Kennedy motorcade passed before the Texas School Book Depository Building in downtown Dallas. 

In their grief, Americans wept afresh over these photos of a President and his son.  In Omaha, Nebraska, where the Midwest Governors’ Conference was in stunned adjournment, Governor George Romney of Michigan stood transfixed, looking at the cover of JFK and his son.  He was a father, and there was a mist of understanding in his eyes.  He shook his head, and said: “Now, through this terrible thing, these pictures are historic.”  It was an an “act of God” that they were taken, said Mrs. Kennedy, for they were not only a last closeup of the tender, prideful relation JFK had with his boy, but they almost didn’t happen at all.  The idea was born eighteen months before—and came off only, in truth, because the pictures were “sneaked” with Presidential help while Mrs. Kennedy was off cruising in the Greek Islands.

In this set, to get John Jr. to stand still, if only for a few minutes, was a problem.  The President solved it by sitting on a bench in the Rose Garden and urging his son to play his favorite game, “Secrets.”  Then JFK turned John over his knee and gave him a mock paddling, followed by an affectionate paternal caress.  JFK was so pleased with these photos he reportedly trotted them all over the White House, showing them off to anyone who would look at them.

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Cary Grant at a business meeting, c. 1940s
Cary Grant at a business meeting, c. 1940s

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ohyesjamesspader:

James Spader is a blessing to the world and if you don’t think so you are bloody wrong

fuckyeahdrugpolicy:

September 21, 1970 Bill Murray celebrated his 20th birthday by getting arrested at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport for carrying five bricks of marijuana (valued at $20,000) in his luggage.

fuckyeahdrugpolicy:

September 21, 1970 Bill Murray celebrated his 20th birthday by getting arrested at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport for carrying five bricks of marijuana (valued at $20,000) in his luggage.

its-called-gratitude:

I can’t get over her.