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William: wolfram-william: catchymemes: Giza Pyramid from exactly above. -walks up to Pharaoh- Does it run Doom
William: wolfram-william:
catchymemes:
Giza Pyramid from exactly above.



-walks up to Pharaoh- Does it run Doom

wolfram-william: catchymemes: Giza Pyramid from exactly above. -walks up to Pharaoh- Does it run Doom

William: everythingfox: General William Featherside, 33rd Armored Corps
William: everythingfox:

General William Featherside, 33rd Armored Corps

everythingfox: General William Featherside, 33rd Armored Corps

William: I never realised how cute yawning foxes werevia: Heinz Buls, William Doran, Ryan Askren, Imgur, StarTribune
William: I never realised how cute yawning foxes werevia: Heinz Buls, William Doran, Ryan Askren, Imgur, StarTribune

I never realised how cute yawning foxes werevia: Heinz Buls, William Doran, Ryan Askren, Imgur, StarTribune

William: [OC] William + Bill = Billiam
William: [OC] William + Bill = Billiam

[OC] William + Bill = Billiam

William: earnedmagic: william blake, titania and puck with fairies dancing (detail), 1786 / florence welch and her witches, big god, 2018
William: earnedmagic:

william blake, titania and puck with fairies dancing (detail), 1786 / florence welch and her witches, big god, 2018

earnedmagic: william blake, titania and puck with fairies dancing (detail), 1786 / florence welch and her witches, big god, 2018

William: windypoplarsroom: William Mortense “ Off for the Sabbath” (1927)
William: windypoplarsroom:
William Mortense
“ Off for the Sabbath” (1927)

windypoplarsroom: William Mortense “ Off for the Sabbath” (1927)

William: historyfilia: Pandora (1896) and Circe Invidiosa (1892), by John William Waterhouse
William: historyfilia:
Pandora (1896) and Circe Invidiosa (1892), by 
John William Waterhouse

historyfilia: Pandora (1896) and Circe Invidiosa (1892), by John William Waterhouse

William: themauveroom: distractedbyshinyobjects: mewjounouchi: khoshekh-yourself: catsuitmonarchy: optimysticals: vancity604778kid: ultrafacts: Source Click HERE to Follow the Ultrafacts Blog! ALICE ROOSEVELT WAS HARDCORE. “She was known as a rule-breaker in an era when women were under great pressure to conform. The American public noticed many of her exploits. She smoked cigarettes in public, swore at officials, rode in cars with men, stayed out late partying, kept a pet snake named Emily Spinach (Emily as in her spinster aunt and Spinach for its green color) in the White House, and was seen placing bets with a bookie.  So what I’m reading here is, she was a Roosevelt? Well I have a new hero. Her whole wikipedia article is gold “When her father was governor of New York, he and his wife proposed that Alice attend a conservative school for girls in New York City. Pulling out all the stops, Alice wrote, ‘If you send me I will humiliate you. I will do something that will shame you. I tell you I will.’” “Her father took office in 1901 following the assassination of President William McKinley, Jr. in Buffalo (an event that she greeted with “sheer rapture.”)“ “During the cruise to Japan, Alice jumped into the ship’s pool fully clothed, and coaxed a congressman to join her in the water. (Years later Bobby Kennedy would chide her about the incident, saying it was outrageous for the time, to which the by-then-octogenarian Alice replied that it would only have been outrageous had she removed her clothes.” “She was dressed in a blue wedding dress and dramatically cut the wedding cake with a sword (borrowed from a military aide attending the reception)” “When it came time for the Roosevelt family to move out of the White House, Alice buried a Voodoo doll of the new First Lady, Nellie Taft, in the front yard.” “Later, the Taft White House banned her from her former residence—the first but not the last administration to do so. During Woodrow Wilson’s administration (from which she was banned in 1916 for a bawdy joke at Wilson’s expense)…” “As an example of her attitudes on race, in 1965 her African-American chauffeur and one of her best friends, Turner, was driving Alice to an appointment. During the trip, he pulled out in front of a taxi, and the driver got out and demanded to know of him, “What do you think you’re doing, you black bastard?” Turner took the insult calmly, but Alice did not and told the taxi driver, “He’s taking me to my destination, you white son of a bitch!” “To Senator Joseph McCarthy, who had jokingly remarked at a party “Here’s my blind date. I am going to call you Alice”, she sarcastically said “Senator McCarthy, you are not going to call me Alice. The trashman and the policeman on my block call me Alice, but you may not.” I love this woman. WOMEN WHO NEED FUCKEN MOVIES. This is Alice as an older lady. The pillow says “If you can’t say something good about someone, sit right here by me.”  She is my absolute favorite. 
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ALICE ROOSEVELT WAS HARDCORE. “She was known as a rule-breaker in an era when women were under great pressure to conform. The American public noticed many of her exploits. She smoked cigarettes in public, swore at officials, rode in cars with men, stayed out late partying, kept a pet snake named Emily Spinach (Emily as in her spinster aunt and Spinach for its green color) in the White House, and was seen placing bets with a bookie. 


So what I’m reading here is, she was a Roosevelt?

Well I have a new hero.

Her whole wikipedia article is gold
“When her father was governor of New York, he and his wife proposed that Alice attend a conservative school for girls in New York City. Pulling out all the stops, Alice wrote, ‘If you send me I will humiliate you. I will do something that will shame you. I tell you I will.’”
“Her father took office in 1901 following the assassination of President William McKinley, Jr. in Buffalo (an event that she greeted with “sheer rapture.”)“
“During the cruise to Japan, Alice jumped into the ship’s pool fully clothed, and coaxed a congressman to join her in the water. (Years later Bobby Kennedy would chide her about the incident, saying it was outrageous for the time, to which the by-then-octogenarian Alice replied that it would only have been outrageous had she removed her clothes.”
“She was dressed in a blue wedding dress and dramatically cut the wedding cake with a sword (borrowed from a military aide attending the reception)”
“When it came time for the Roosevelt family to move out of the White House, Alice buried a Voodoo doll of the new First Lady, Nellie Taft, in the front yard.”
“Later, the Taft White House banned her from her former residence—the first but not the last administration to do so. During Woodrow Wilson’s administration (from which she was banned in 1916 for a bawdy joke at Wilson’s expense)…”
“As an example of her attitudes on race, in 1965 her African-American chauffeur and one of her best friends, Turner, was driving Alice to an appointment. During the trip, he pulled out in front of a taxi, and the driver got out and demanded to know of him, “What do you think you’re doing, you black bastard?” Turner took the insult calmly, but Alice did not and told the taxi driver, “He’s taking me to my destination, you white son of a bitch!”
“To Senator Joseph McCarthy, who had jokingly remarked at a party “Here’s my blind date. I am going to call you Alice”, she sarcastically said “Senator McCarthy, you are not going to call me Alice. The trashman and the policeman on my block call me Alice, but you may not.”

I love this woman.

WOMEN WHO NEED FUCKEN MOVIES.


This is Alice as an older lady. The pillow says “If you can’t say something good about someone, sit right here by me.” 
She is my absolute favorite. 

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William: hipinuff:William Klein, Untitled, c.1952-1961
William: hipinuff:William Klein, Untitled, c.1952-1961

hipinuff:William Klein, Untitled, c.1952-1961

William: atomic-chronoscaph: Witches - William Mortensen (1920s-1930s)
William: atomic-chronoscaph:

Witches - William Mortensen (1920s-1930s)

atomic-chronoscaph: Witches - William Mortensen (1920s-1930s)

William: Buying alcohol in a paper bag with William Bligh
William: Buying alcohol in a paper bag with William Bligh

Buying alcohol in a paper bag with William Bligh

William: Shout out to Wendy William’s for reprising her most iconic role. ET 2 set to hit theaters next year folks!
William: Shout out to Wendy William’s for reprising her most iconic role. ET 2 set to hit theaters next year folks!

Shout out to Wendy William’s for reprising her most iconic role. ET 2 set to hit theaters next year folks!

William: sixpenceee:Angel of Grief is an 1894 sculpture by William Wetmore Story which serves as the grave stone of the artist and his wife at the Protestant Cemetery in Rome. 
William: sixpenceee:Angel of Grief is an 1894 sculpture by William Wetmore Story which serves as the grave stone of the artist and his wife at the Protestant Cemetery in Rome. 

sixpenceee:Angel of Grief is an 1894 sculpture by William Wetmore Story which serves as the grave stone of the artist and his wife at the...

William: 1724-109 crimsonkismet: 𝐁𝐞𝐧-𝐇𝐮𝐫 (𝟏𝟗𝟓𝟗), 𝐝𝐢𝐫. 𝐖𝐢𝐥𝐥𝐢𝐚𝐦 𝐖𝐲𝐥𝐞𝐫
William: 1724-109
crimsonkismet:

𝐁𝐞𝐧-𝐇𝐮𝐫 (𝟏𝟗𝟓𝟗), 𝐝𝐢𝐫. 𝐖𝐢𝐥𝐥𝐢𝐚𝐦 𝐖𝐲𝐥𝐞𝐫

crimsonkismet: 𝐁𝐞𝐧-𝐇𝐮𝐫 (𝟏𝟗𝟓𝟗), 𝐝𝐢𝐫. 𝐖𝐢𝐥𝐥𝐢𝐚𝐦 𝐖𝐲𝐥𝐞𝐫

William: tumblr Year in Review Books 2019 2019 fandom: 2019’s Top Books Wizards. Demigods. Warring cat tribes. Fairies. Assassins. Fairy assassins. This list has ‘em all.  The Harry Potter seriesby J.K. Rowling The Warriors series +1by Erin Hunter Percy Jackson & the Olympians −1by Rick Riordan A Song of Ice and Fireby George R. R. Martin Carry On +7by Rainbow Rowell The All for the Game series +3by Nora Sakavic The Six of Crows Duology −3by Leigh Bardugo Pride and Prejudice −1by Jane Austen The Raven Cycle series −4by Maggie Stiefvater The Captive Prince Trilogyby C. S. Pacat The Wicked King, Book 2 of The Folk of the Air Trilogyby Holly Black A Court of Thorns and Roses series −6by Sarah J. Maas The Cruel Prince, Book 1 of The Folk of the Air Trilogy +4by Holly Black The Silmarillion +5by J. R. R. Tolkien The Throne of Glass series −7by Sarah J. Maas Discworldby Terry Pratchett The Secret Historyby Donna Tartt The Mortal Instruments seriesby Cassandra Clare The Outsiders −6by S. E. Hinton The Twilight Sagaby Stephanie Meyer The Dark Artifices Trilogy −1by Cassandra Clare Red, White & Royal Blueby Casey McQuiston The Great Gatsby −2by F. Scott Fitzgerald The Trials of Apollo series −2by Rick Riordan The Wings of Fire series −2by Tui T. Sutherland Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard series −11by Rick Riordan Romeo and Julietby William Shakespeare The Song of Achillesby Madeline Miller Milk and Honey −15by Rupi Kaur Good Omens −19by Neil Gaiman & Terry Pratchett The number in italics indicates how many spots a title moved up or down from the previous year. Bolded titles weren’t on the list last year.
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 Books
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 2019
fandom:

2019’s Top Books

Wizards. Demigods. Warring cat tribes. Fairies. Assassins. Fairy assassins. This list has ‘em all. 

The Harry Potter seriesby J.K. Rowling 
The Warriors series +1by Erin Hunter 
Percy Jackson & the Olympians −1by Rick Riordan 
A Song of Ice and Fireby George R. R. Martin 
Carry On +7by Rainbow Rowell 
The All for the Game series +3by Nora Sakavic 
The Six of Crows Duology −3by Leigh Bardugo 
Pride and Prejudice −1by Jane Austen 
The Raven Cycle series −4by Maggie Stiefvater 
The Captive Prince Trilogyby C. S. Pacat 
The Wicked King, Book 2 of The Folk of the Air Trilogyby Holly Black 
A Court of Thorns and Roses series −6by Sarah J. Maas 
The Cruel Prince, Book 1 of The Folk of the Air Trilogy +4by Holly Black 
The Silmarillion +5by J. R. R. Tolkien 
The Throne of Glass series −7by Sarah J. Maas 
Discworldby Terry Pratchett 
The Secret Historyby Donna Tartt 
The Mortal Instruments seriesby Cassandra Clare 
The Outsiders −6by S. E. Hinton 
The Twilight Sagaby Stephanie Meyer 
The Dark Artifices Trilogy −1by Cassandra Clare 
Red, White & Royal Blueby Casey McQuiston 
The Great Gatsby −2by F. Scott Fitzgerald 
The Trials of Apollo series −2by Rick Riordan 
The Wings of Fire series −2by Tui T. Sutherland 
Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard series −11by Rick Riordan 
Romeo and Julietby William Shakespeare 
The Song of Achillesby Madeline Miller 
Milk and Honey −15by Rupi Kaur 
Good Omens −19by Neil Gaiman & Terry Pratchett The number in italics indicates how many spots a title moved up or down from the previous year. Bolded titles weren’t on the list last year.

fandom: 2019’s Top Books Wizards. Demigods. Warring cat tribes. Fairies. Assassins. Fairy assassins. This list has ‘em all.  The Harry...

William: ১৯ sapphetti:Alexandrine and Josette on the river Gard, Languedoc by Sir William Russell Flint (1880-1969)
William: ১৯
sapphetti:Alexandrine and Josette on the river Gard, Languedoc by Sir William Russell Flint (1880-1969)

sapphetti:Alexandrine and Josette on the river Gard, Languedoc by Sir William Russell Flint (1880-1969)

William: atomic-chronoscaph: Witches - William Mortensen (1920s-1930s)
William: atomic-chronoscaph:

Witches - William Mortensen (1920s-1930s)

atomic-chronoscaph: Witches - William Mortensen (1920s-1930s)