“A person’s a person, no matter how small.”
How DARE you.
Horton Hears a Who was an allegory about the HORRIBLE treatment of the Japanese during World War 2 by the US, not some tidy slogan for your pro-life bullshit.
Seuss actually threatened to SUE PRO-LIFE GROUPS for using HIS WORDS to support a cause that HE DIDN’T. Suess was Pro-Choice. His widow, Audrey Geisel, “doesn’t like people to hijack Dr. Seuss characters or material to front their own points of view.” [Look a damn source]
Hollow Book Safe and Hemingway Hip Flask- Ernest Hemingway (LEATHER BOUND) by Hollow Book Co.on Tumblr | Etsy Shop
Christopher Eccleston reads Wilfred Owen’s “Dulce et Decorum Est”
This took my breath away.
Jacket owned by the Marquis de Beauharnais. First Empire.
This magnificent embroidered jacket belonged to Marquis François de Beauharnais (1756–1846), older brother of Alexander de Beauharnais, Josephine’s first husband. He left the country during the French Revolution but returned to Paris in 1802. After a first diplomatic post with the queen regent of Etruria, from 1806 to 1808, he was appointed ambassador to Spain by Napoleon. This garment is an example of the “French-style jacket”, reminiscent of the court of Versailles, that men were required to wear by First Empire etiquette. — Château de Malmaison: Costume Collection