mattystanfield:

Rossy de Palma
Photograph | Ruven Afanador 

mattystanfield:

Rossy de Palma

Photograph | Ruven Afanador 

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muddypolitics:

(via George W. Bush Gradually Becoming a Non-Person — Daily Intel)

The Wall Street Journal editorial page today, having previously recognized the hopeless lack of leverage in budget negotiations, takes to pleading with President Obama not to raise taxes because it will harm growth. The editorial is accompanied by this helpful chart showing what the Journal editorial considers some important historical lessons of recent two-term presidents. Look at the chart very closely:
No George W. Bush! Possibly there wasn’t enough room. Or possibly the lesson of the most recent former president, whose tax cuts are set to expire and who presided over poor economic growth, might not offer the lesson the Journal editorial page is seeking to convey.

our point is not supported by the data!?!?…oh - just leave that part out. Murdoch “journalism” at it’s finest

bastiches…

muddypolitics:

(via George W. Bush Gradually Becoming a Non-Person — Daily Intel)

The Wall Street Journal editorial page today, having previously recognized the hopeless lack of leverage in budget negotiations, takes to pleading with President Obama not to raise taxes because it will harm growth. The editorial is accompanied by this helpful chart showing what the Journal editorial considers some important historical lessons of recent two-term presidents. Look at the chart very closely:

No George W. Bush! Possibly there wasn’t enough room. Or possibly the lesson of the most recent former president, whose tax cuts are set to expire and who presided over poor economic growth, might not offer the lesson the Journal editorial page is seeking to convey.

our point is not supported by the data!?!?…oh - just leave that part out. Murdoch “journalism” at it’s finest

bastiches…

realmofthesenses:

Photographed by Arthur Elgort, Vogue, November 1998

realmofthesenses:

Photographed by Arthur Elgort, Vogue, November 1998

gettyimages:

Movement:
Four dancers from the International Institute of the Margaret Morris Movement rehearsing on the beach at Sandwich.  Photo by: Reg Speller

gettyimages:

Movement:

Four dancers from the International Institute of the Margaret Morris Movement rehearsing on the beach at Sandwich.

Photo by: Reg Speller

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Actor Tony Curtis and model photographed for a fashion editorial for Life Magazine,1960.

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Actor Tony Curtis and model photographed for a fashion editorial for Life Magazine,1960.

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Winsor McCay 1867 ~ 1934 

Editorials ~ 1910-1932

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Winsor McCay 1867 ~ 1934 

Editorials ~ 1910-1932

(via Yesterday’s Papers: Harry Murphy)

Not much is known about Harry Murphy except that he was the first editorial cartoonist for the Morning Oregonian. During WWI he was employed by Hearst’s Chicago Examiner on the editorial pages.

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Not much is known about Harry Murphy except that he was the first editorial cartoonist for the Morning Oregonian. During WWI he was employed by Hearst’s Chicago Examiner on the editorial pages.

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Frederick B. Opper's Sorrows of Satan editorial cartoons in the Chicago Examiner were based on D. W. Griffith’s film adaptation of the novel The Sorrows of Satan by Marie Corelli.

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Frederick B. Opper's Sorrows of Satan editorial cartoons in the Chicago Examiner were based on D. W. Griffith’s film adaptation of the novel The Sorrows of Satan by Marie Corelli.