September 29, 2014

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September 29, 2014
tastefullyoffensive:

[fowllanguagecomics] (bonus panel)

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[fowllanguagecomics] (bonus panel)

September 28, 2014
I asked Siri if she knew what song was playing…. Siri knows good music when she hears it :-)

I asked Siri if she knew what song was playing…. Siri knows good music when she hears it :-)

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September 28, 2014
Mural inside Union Station, Los Angeles

Mural inside Union Station, Los Angeles

September 28, 2014
Mural inside Bob Hope Patriot Hall, Los Angeles

Mural inside Bob Hope Patriot Hall, Los Angeles

September 28, 2014
johnlloydyoungfriends:

John Lloyd Young and Secretary of Veterans Administration Bob McDonald

great photo!

johnlloydyoungfriends:

John Lloyd Young and Secretary of Veterans Administration Bob McDonald

great photo!

September 28, 2014

September 28, 2014
tastefullyoffensive:

[chrishallbeck]

tastefullyoffensive:

[chrishallbeck]

September 28, 2014
pbsthisdayinhistory:

September 28, 1948: Eleanor Speaks in Favor of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
On this day in 1948, United Nations delegate and former First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt delivered a speech in Paris entitled, “The Struggle for Human Rights.” Her goal was to create a sense of unity among nations through the common principles of the Declaration, a document that she helped draft and approve. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was approved by the UN General Assembly that December.
Learn more about all the Roosevelts with preview videos from Ken Burns’s The Roosevelts.
Photo: Eleanor Roosevelt with the English version of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Wikimedia Commons

pbsthisdayinhistory:

September 28, 1948: Eleanor Speaks in Favor of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

On this day in 1948, United Nations delegate and former First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt delivered a speech in Paris entitled, “The Struggle for Human Rights.” Her goal was to create a sense of unity among nations through the common principles of the Declaration, a document that she helped draft and approve. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was approved by the UN General Assembly that December.

Learn more about all the Roosevelts with preview videos from Ken Burns’s The Roosevelts.

Photo: Eleanor Roosevelt with the English version of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Wikimedia Commons

September 27, 2014
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