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Saw, Tumblr, and GoPro: chriscappuccino: thebestoftumbling: saint bernard puppy chasing a gopro When I first saw GoPros in the stores, I thought, “What the hell would anyone need that for?” Now I see.
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When I first saw GoPros in the stores, I thought, “What the hell would anyone need that for?” Now I see.

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Funny, Tales Of, and Tales: St Bernards were originally bred for rescue at the Great St Bernard Pass and have become famous through tales of Alpine heroism.
Funny, Tales Of, and Tales: St Bernards were originally bred for rescue at the Great St Bernard Pass and have become famous through tales of Alpine heroism.

St Bernards were originally bred for rescue at the Great St Bernard Pass and have become famous through tales of Alpine heroism.

Anaconda, At-St, and Chicago: Clara Belle Williams, the first black graduate of New Mexico State University. Many or her professors would not allow her inside the class room, she had to take notes from the hallway; she was also not allowed to walk with her class to get her diploma. She became a great teacher, of black students by day, and by night she taught their parents (former slaves) home economics. she lived past 100, after her death, NMSU renamed the English Department building after her. Clara Belle Williams was born in Texas in 1885. She was the valedictorian of the graduating class of Prairie New Normal and Independent College, now (Prairie View A & M University) in 1908. Williams enrolled at the New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts in the fall of 1928, after taking some courses at the University of Chicago. While she worked as a teacher at Booker T. Washington School in Las Cruces, she also took college courses during the summer. Most of Williams professors did not allow her inside the classroom because she was Black. But that didn’t stop Clara. She had to take notes from the hallway–standing up! That’s right, she wasn’t even given a chair to sit in many of those classes. She was also not allowed to walk with her class to get her diploma because of the segregation laws. Despite what they did or said against her, she still graduated with a bachelor’s degree in English from NMSU in 1937 at the age of 51. Williams went on to continue her education beyond her graduation date, taking graduate-level classes well into the 1950s. She married Jasper Williams in 1917. The couple raised three sons. She urged her sons to do well in school and succeed in higher education. All three of her children went to college and graduated with medical degrees. One attended Howard University Medical School in Washington D.C and the two other children graduated from Creighton University Medical School in Omaha, Nebraska. They founded the Williams Clinic in Chicago, Illinois. . Her eldest son Dr. Jasper Williams, was chairman of obstetrics and gynecology at St. Bernard Hospital in Chicago, a fellow of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, past president of the Cook County Physicians Association, and a founding director of the Seaway National Bank of Chicago, now the country’s largest black-owned bank. So you see, if it wasn’t for Clara’s dedication and perseverance, we would have never seen such excellence. via blackdoctor.org ClaraBelleWilliams theblaquelioness
Anaconda, At-St, and Chicago: Clara Belle Williams, the first black graduate of New
 Mexico State University. Many or her professors
 would not allow her inside the class room, she had to
 take notes from the hallway; she was also not allowed
 to walk with her class to get her diploma. She became
 a great teacher, of black students by day, and by night
 she taught their parents (former slaves) home
 economics. she lived past 100, after her death, NMSU
 renamed the English Department building after her.
Clara Belle Williams was born in Texas in 1885. She was the valedictorian of the graduating class of Prairie New Normal and Independent College, now (Prairie View A & M University) in 1908. Williams enrolled at the New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts in the fall of 1928, after taking some courses at the University of Chicago. While she worked as a teacher at Booker T. Washington School in Las Cruces, she also took college courses during the summer. Most of Williams professors did not allow her inside the classroom because she was Black. But that didn’t stop Clara. She had to take notes from the hallway–standing up! That’s right, she wasn’t even given a chair to sit in many of those classes. She was also not allowed to walk with her class to get her diploma because of the segregation laws. Despite what they did or said against her, she still graduated with a bachelor’s degree in English from NMSU in 1937 at the age of 51. Williams went on to continue her education beyond her graduation date, taking graduate-level classes well into the 1950s. She married Jasper Williams in 1917. The couple raised three sons. She urged her sons to do well in school and succeed in higher education. All three of her children went to college and graduated with medical degrees. One attended Howard University Medical School in Washington D.C and the two other children graduated from Creighton University Medical School in Omaha, Nebraska. They founded the Williams Clinic in Chicago, Illinois. . Her eldest son Dr. Jasper Williams, was chairman of obstetrics and gynecology at St. Bernard Hospital in Chicago, a fellow of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, past president of the Cook County Physicians Association, and a founding director of the Seaway National Bank of Chicago, now the country’s largest black-owned bank. So you see, if it wasn’t for Clara’s dedication and perseverance, we would have never seen such excellence. via blackdoctor.org ClaraBelleWilliams theblaquelioness

Clara Belle Williams was born in Texas in 1885. She was the valedictorian of the graduating class of Prairie New Normal and Independent Coll...

Clock, Fall, and Fucking: someoneintheshadow456 The Last Words Of Famous Writers dali-dayvdreams When you've dedicated your life to words, it's important to go out eloquently 1. Ernest Hemingway: "Goodnight my kitten." Spoken to his wife before he killed himself 2. Jane Austen: I want nothing but death." In response to her sister, Cassandra, who was asking her if she wanted anything 3. J.M Barrie: " can't sleep." 4. L. Frank Baum: 'Now I can cross the shifting sands." 5. Edgar Allan Poe: "Lord help my poor soul. 6. Thomas Hobbes: "l am about to take my last voyage, a great leap into the dark," 7. Alfred Jarry: "I am dying... please, bring me a toothpick. 8. Hunter S. Thompson: "Relax this won't hurt 9. Henrik lbsen: "On the contrary!" 10. Anton Chekhov: "I haven't had champagne for a long time. 11. Mark Twain: "Good bye. If we meetSpoken to his daughter Clara 12. Louisa May Alcott: "ls it not meningitis?" Alcott did not have meningitis, though she believed it to be so. She died from mercury poison. 13. Jean Cocteau: "Since the day of my birth, my death began its 14. Washington Irving: "I have to set my pillows one more night, 15. Leo Tolstoy: "But the peasants... how do the peasants die?" walk. It is walking towards me, without hurrying." when will this end already?" 16. Hans Christian Andersen: "Don't ask me how I am! I understand nothing more." 17. Charles Dickens: "On the ground!" He suffered a stroke outside his home and was asking to be laid on the ground 18. H.G. Wells: "Go away! I'm all right." He didn't know he was in 19. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: "More light. 20. W.C. Fields: "Goddamn the whole fucking world and everyone in it except you, Carlotta!" "Carlotta" was Carlotta Monti, actress and his mistress 21. Voltaire: "Now, now, my good man, this is no time for making enemies." When asked by a priest to renounce Satan 22. Dylan Thomas: "I've had 18 straight whiskies... think that's the record. 23. George Bernard Shaw: "Dying is easy, comedy is hard 24. Henry David Thoreau: "Moose... Indian." 25. James Joyce: "Does nobody understand?" 26. Oscar Wilde: "Either the wallpaper goes, or I do." 27. Bob Hope: "Surprise me." He was responding to his wife asking where he wanted to be buried 28. Roald Dahl's last words are commonly believed to be "you know, I'm not frightened. It's just that I will miss you all so much!" which are the perfect last words. But, after he appeared to fall unconscious, a nurse injected him with morphine to ease his passing. His actual last words were a whispered "ow, fuck" 29. Salvador Dali hoped his last words would be "l do not believe in my death, but instead, they were actually, "Where is my clock?" 30. Emily Dickinson: " must go in, the fog is rising." vintage-mist Tag yourself. I'm HG Wells someoneintheshadow446 I'm James Joyce hummingbirdbandit No, but no one is explaining lbsen!! He had been really fucking sick for days, and woke up from a feverish night. His nurse? Wife? Asked him if he was feeling better. He smiled, said "On the contrary!" And died Supreme power move from my man lbsen Source: dali-daydreams #henrik ibsen #dying words 46,086 notes Mar 17th, 2018 Famous last words
Clock, Fall, and Fucking: someoneintheshadow456
 The Last Words Of Famous
 Writers
 dali-dayvdreams
 When you've dedicated your life to words, it's important to go out
 eloquently
 1. Ernest Hemingway: "Goodnight my kitten." Spoken to his wife
 before he killed himself
 2. Jane Austen: I want nothing but death." In response to her
 sister, Cassandra, who was asking her if she wanted anything
 3. J.M Barrie: " can't sleep."
 4. L. Frank Baum: 'Now I can cross the shifting sands."
 5. Edgar Allan Poe: "Lord help my poor soul.
 6. Thomas Hobbes: "l am about to take my last voyage, a great
 leap into the dark,"
 7. Alfred Jarry: "I am dying... please, bring me a toothpick.
 8. Hunter S. Thompson: "Relax this won't hurt
 9. Henrik lbsen: "On the contrary!"
 10. Anton Chekhov: "I haven't had champagne for a long time.
 11. Mark Twain: "Good bye. If we meetSpoken to his daughter
 Clara
 12. Louisa May Alcott: "ls it not meningitis?" Alcott did not have
 meningitis, though she believed it to be so. She died from
 mercury poison.
 13. Jean Cocteau: "Since the day of my birth, my death began its
 14. Washington Irving: "I have to set my pillows one more night,
 15. Leo Tolstoy: "But the peasants... how do the peasants die?"
 walk. It is walking towards me, without hurrying."
 when will this end already?"
 16. Hans Christian Andersen: "Don't ask me how I am! I
 understand nothing more."
 17. Charles Dickens: "On the ground!" He suffered a stroke outside
 his home and was asking to be laid on the ground
 18. H.G. Wells: "Go away! I'm all right." He didn't know he was
 in
 19. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: "More light.
 20. W.C. Fields: "Goddamn the whole fucking world and everyone
 in it except you, Carlotta!" "Carlotta" was Carlotta Monti,
 actress and his mistress
 21. Voltaire: "Now, now, my good man, this is no time for making
 enemies." When asked by a priest to renounce Satan
 22. Dylan Thomas: "I've had 18 straight whiskies... think that's the
 record.
 23. George Bernard Shaw: "Dying is easy, comedy is hard
 24. Henry David Thoreau: "Moose... Indian."
 25. James Joyce: "Does nobody understand?"
 26. Oscar Wilde: "Either the wallpaper goes, or I do."
 27. Bob Hope: "Surprise me." He was responding to his wife
 asking where he wanted to be buried
 28. Roald Dahl's last words are commonly believed to be "you
 know, I'm not frightened. It's just that I will miss you all so
 much!" which are the perfect last words. But, after he appeared
 to fall unconscious, a nurse injected him with morphine to ease
 his passing. His actual last words were a whispered "ow, fuck"
 29. Salvador Dali hoped his last words would be "l do not believe
 in my death, but instead, they were actually, "Where is my
 clock?"
 30. Emily Dickinson: " must go in, the fog is rising."
 vintage-mist
 Tag yourself. I'm HG Wells
 someoneintheshadow446
 I'm James Joyce
 hummingbirdbandit
 No, but no one is explaining lbsen!!
 He had been really fucking sick for days, and woke up from a
 feverish night. His nurse? Wife? Asked him if he was feeling better.
 He smiled, said "On the contrary!" And died
 Supreme power move from my man lbsen
 Source: dali-daydreams
 #henrik ibsen
 #dying words
 46,086 notes Mar 17th, 2018
Famous last words

Famous last words

Clock, Fall, and Fucking: someoneintheshadow456 The Last Words Of Famous Writers dali-dayvdreams When you've dedicated your life to words, it's important to go out eloquently 1. Ernest Hemingway: "Goodnight my kitten." Spoken to his wife before he killed himself 2. Jane Austen: I want nothing but death." In response to her sister, Cassandra, who was asking her if she wanted anything 3. J.M Barrie: " can't sleep." 4. L. Frank Baum: 'Now I can cross the shifting sands." 5. Edgar Allan Poe: "Lord help my poor soul. 6. Thomas Hobbes: "l am about to take my last voyage, a great leap into the dark," 7. Alfred Jarry: "I am dying... please, bring me a toothpick. 8. Hunter S. Thompson: "Relax this won't hurt 9. Henrik lbsen: "On the contrary!" 10. Anton Chekhov: "I haven't had champagne for a long time. 11. Mark Twain: "Good bye. If we meetSpoken to his daughter Clara 12. Louisa May Alcott: "ls it not meningitis?" Alcott did not have meningitis, though she believed it to be so. She died from mercury poison. 13. Jean Cocteau: "Since the day of my birth, my death began its 14. Washington Irving: "I have to set my pillows one more night, 15. Leo Tolstoy: "But the peasants... how do the peasants die?" walk. It is walking towards me, without hurrying." when will this end already?" 16. Hans Christian Andersen: "Don't ask me how I am! I understand nothing more." 17. Charles Dickens: "On the ground!" He suffered a stroke outside his home and was asking to be laid on the ground 18. H.G. Wells: "Go away! I'm all right." He didn't know he was in 19. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: "More light. 20. W.C. Fields: "Goddamn the whole fucking world and everyone in it except you, Carlotta!" "Carlotta" was Carlotta Monti, actress and his mistress 21. Voltaire: "Now, now, my good man, this is no time for making enemies." When asked by a priest to renounce Satan 22. Dylan Thomas: "I've had 18 straight whiskies... think that's the record. 23. George Bernard Shaw: "Dying is easy, comedy is hard 24. Henry David Thoreau: "Moose... Indian." 25. James Joyce: "Does nobody understand?" 26. Oscar Wilde: "Either the wallpaper goes, or I do." 27. Bob Hope: "Surprise me." He was responding to his wife asking where he wanted to be buried 28. Roald Dahl's last words are commonly believed to be "you know, I'm not frightened. It's just that I will miss you all so much!" which are the perfect last words. But, after he appeared to fall unconscious, a nurse injected him with morphine to ease his passing. His actual last words were a whispered "ow, fuck" 29. Salvador Dali hoped his last words would be "l do not believe in my death, but instead, they were actually, "Where is my clock?" 30. Emily Dickinson: " must go in, the fog is rising." vintage-mist Tag yourself. I'm HG Wells someoneintheshadow446 I'm James Joyce hummingbirdbandit No, but no one is explaining lbsen!! He had been really fucking sick for days, and woke up from a feverish night. His nurse? Wife? Asked him if he was feeling better. He smiled, said "On the contrary!" And died Supreme power move from my man lbsen Source: dali-daydreams #henrik ibsen #dying words 46,086 notes Mar 17th, 2018 Famous last words
Clock, Fall, and Fucking: someoneintheshadow456
 The Last Words Of Famous
 Writers
 dali-dayvdreams
 When you've dedicated your life to words, it's important to go out
 eloquently
 1. Ernest Hemingway: "Goodnight my kitten." Spoken to his wife
 before he killed himself
 2. Jane Austen: I want nothing but death." In response to her
 sister, Cassandra, who was asking her if she wanted anything
 3. J.M Barrie: " can't sleep."
 4. L. Frank Baum: 'Now I can cross the shifting sands."
 5. Edgar Allan Poe: "Lord help my poor soul.
 6. Thomas Hobbes: "l am about to take my last voyage, a great
 leap into the dark,"
 7. Alfred Jarry: "I am dying... please, bring me a toothpick.
 8. Hunter S. Thompson: "Relax this won't hurt
 9. Henrik lbsen: "On the contrary!"
 10. Anton Chekhov: "I haven't had champagne for a long time.
 11. Mark Twain: "Good bye. If we meetSpoken to his daughter
 Clara
 12. Louisa May Alcott: "ls it not meningitis?" Alcott did not have
 meningitis, though she believed it to be so. She died from
 mercury poison.
 13. Jean Cocteau: "Since the day of my birth, my death began its
 14. Washington Irving: "I have to set my pillows one more night,
 15. Leo Tolstoy: "But the peasants... how do the peasants die?"
 walk. It is walking towards me, without hurrying."
 when will this end already?"
 16. Hans Christian Andersen: "Don't ask me how I am! I
 understand nothing more."
 17. Charles Dickens: "On the ground!" He suffered a stroke outside
 his home and was asking to be laid on the ground
 18. H.G. Wells: "Go away! I'm all right." He didn't know he was
 in
 19. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: "More light.
 20. W.C. Fields: "Goddamn the whole fucking world and everyone
 in it except you, Carlotta!" "Carlotta" was Carlotta Monti,
 actress and his mistress
 21. Voltaire: "Now, now, my good man, this is no time for making
 enemies." When asked by a priest to renounce Satan
 22. Dylan Thomas: "I've had 18 straight whiskies... think that's the
 record.
 23. George Bernard Shaw: "Dying is easy, comedy is hard
 24. Henry David Thoreau: "Moose... Indian."
 25. James Joyce: "Does nobody understand?"
 26. Oscar Wilde: "Either the wallpaper goes, or I do."
 27. Bob Hope: "Surprise me." He was responding to his wife
 asking where he wanted to be buried
 28. Roald Dahl's last words are commonly believed to be "you
 know, I'm not frightened. It's just that I will miss you all so
 much!" which are the perfect last words. But, after he appeared
 to fall unconscious, a nurse injected him with morphine to ease
 his passing. His actual last words were a whispered "ow, fuck"
 29. Salvador Dali hoped his last words would be "l do not believe
 in my death, but instead, they were actually, "Where is my
 clock?"
 30. Emily Dickinson: " must go in, the fog is rising."
 vintage-mist
 Tag yourself. I'm HG Wells
 someoneintheshadow446
 I'm James Joyce
 hummingbirdbandit
 No, but no one is explaining lbsen!!
 He had been really fucking sick for days, and woke up from a
 feverish night. His nurse? Wife? Asked him if he was feeling better.
 He smiled, said "On the contrary!" And died
 Supreme power move from my man lbsen
 Source: dali-daydreams
 #henrik ibsen
 #dying words
 46,086 notes Mar 17th, 2018
Famous last words

Famous last words

Ice Cube, Memes, and Puppies: Meet my new St Bernard puppy! *ties blue bandana across forehead* *channels Ice Cube from ‘Anaconda’ voice*: “IT’S PUPPIES OUT DERE DIS BIG??” 🐶 🐕😩😂😂😂
Ice Cube, Memes, and Puppies: Meet my new St Bernard
 puppy!
*ties blue bandana across forehead* *channels Ice Cube from ‘Anaconda’ voice*: “IT’S PUPPIES OUT DERE DIS BIG??” 🐶 🐕😩😂😂😂

*ties blue bandana across forehead* *channels Ice Cube from ‘Anaconda’ voice*: “IT’S PUPPIES OUT DERE DIS BIG??” 🐶 🐕😩😂😂😂

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Candyman |1992| Bernard Rose

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Arthur, Books, and Crime: O
 The Awakening Kate Chopin
 ROMEO AND JULIETShakespeare
 41864-5
 brave new world/aldous huxley
 eClassioANIMAL FARM GEORGE ORW
 F-Scott Fitzgerald-This Side of Paradise
 00.1367 0
 ETHI
 ED THIS WAY
 Y BRADBURY
 Crime and Punishment
 Fyodor Dostoevsky
 Stauet Clase Return THOMAS HARDY -8. 1738-2
 of the Native THOMAS HAR
 a、2SB . Pride and Prejudice-Jane Austen
 THE HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES ELONAN HUOPLE
 Signet Classic z
 671-7312.1095
 銈
 The Three Daughters of Madame Liang / Pearl S,Buck

 El ARI1RACE PAPE BOUND LIBRARY HPL 30
 e p
 The Awakening HUR WILLE rave new wopld
 ORWIELL ittle Prince
 ANIMAy
 by Kate Chopin
 Written and illustrated by
 Antoine de Saint Exupéry
 FARM .
 ts
 wen an introduction by Marilynne Robinson
 33rd printing. Over 2,750,000 copies in print
 Signet Classic
 This Side of Paradise
 ROMEOANDJULIET
 William Shakespeare
 THOMAS HARDY
 The Return
 of the Native
 Pride and Prejudice
 by Jane Austen
 PearBk
 PENGUIN
 BOOKS
 Crime and
 Punishment
 by Fyodor
 Dostoevsky
 THE HOUND OF
 THE BASKERVILLES
 FRanny
 The TireDaughter
 I of37amalla。くring
 THE DOCTOR'S
 DILEMMA
 by Joseph Frank
 4 Noeel of China Todsy
 ^D.SalingeR.
 BERNARD
 SHAW
 SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
 50c
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macrolit: Giveaway Contest: We’re giving away fifteen vintage paperback classics by George Orwell, Ray Bradbury, Jane Austen, F. Scott Fitz...