It’s Homoerotic Shiva’s Dance, drawn by Bungy! This is the 31st entry for the Homoerotic Deities Pin-Up Challenge.
I think I saw Carlos slip something in your drink.
She didn’t forget anything. She remembered it all, every last bit of it. Every time she felt so low she thought she would die, and every time she felt so unloved she was sure she’d disappear. And it didn’t do her any good. She theorized a bit that maybe if she just couldn’t remember so much, if maybe she fried a few more brain cells, that she might just be happier. But it doesn’t work like that, she wouldn’t begin to forget until remembering was all she had. So she was miserable, remembering exactly how little she mattered to the people she so desperately wanted to matter to. — me, i wrote this.
On August 14, 1935, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Social Security Act.
Later that day, the Washington Post proclaimed that the Social Security Act was the “New Deal’s Most Important Act…Its importance cannot be exaggerated …because this legislation eventually will affect the lives of every man, woman, and child in the country.”
This poster was distributed from November 1936- July 1937 during the initial issuance of Social Security numbers through U.S. post offices and with the help of labor unions.
More - Posters from the Social Security Archives
It is not a lack of love, but a lack of friendship that makes unhappy marriages. — Nietzsche
In just seven days I can make you a man!
(Source: timfuckingcurry, via zeldatitsgerald)
I wonder if I follow all these #thinspo blogs, pinterest and twitters because secretly I’m hoping to develop a a problem?