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  • the-slipping-beauty
    18.04.2021 - 3 hours ago

    A newspaper made of recycled and vegetable paper that you can plant after you’ve read it. It will bloom!

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  • dorothea-wieck
    18.04.2021 - 4 hours ago

    Full version of yesterday's post.

    (I didn't notice two last parts.)

    #Dorothea Wieck #Mädchen in Uniform #Madchen in Uniform #Teilnehmer antwortet nicht #1930's#1930s#Hollywood#newspaper
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  • news11hours
    18.04.2021 - 5 hours ago

    سیاسی درستگی لوگوں کو احساس ہونے سے کہیں زیادہ نقصان دہ ہے

    سیاسی درستگی لوگوں کو احساس ہونے سے کہیں زیادہ نقصان دہ ہے

    ایک حالیہ سروے میں بتایا گیا ہے کہ امریکہ میں سیاسی اعتدال پسندی غیر مقبول ہے ، یہاں تک کہ اعتدال پسند اور آزاد امیدواروں میں بھی ، جس نے مجھے اس موضوع پر سوچنے پر مجبور کیا۔ سیاسی درستی کے بارے میں انتھونی ڈینیئلس کے نام سے مشہور برطانوی ماہر نفسیات کا ایک پرانا حوالہ موجود ہے۔ یہ سب سے بہترین حوالہ ہے جس کے بارے میں میں جانتا ہوں۔ اور میں کچھ عرصے سے اس کے معنی اور اس کے مضمرات پر غور کر رہا…

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  • whattheflockbirbs
    18.04.2021 - 7 hours ago

    I'll take this paper, and eat it!

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  • aethergazette
    18.04.2021 - 15 hours ago

    Aether Gazette am Sonntag (18/04/1879/+142) Nicht genehmigt durch das Amt für Sittenstrenge. Originalausgabe auf SteadyHQ einzusehen. #aethergazette #steampunk #geschichten #heftroman #groschenheft #zeitung #gazette #newspaper #phantastik #funtasy #amtfueraetherangelegenheiten #aetherleaks

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  • k-star-holic
    18.04.2021 - 18 hours ago

    'Comback' ONF 'CITY OF ONF' Newspaper Teaser Reveals, Sturdy Worldview

    Source: k-star-holic.blogspot.com

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  • decentralized-ai-system
    18.04.2021 - 19 hours ago

    Coin News Daily - CoinNewsDaily.com

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  • marcoreardon
    18.04.2021 - 20 hours ago

    Newspaper Boys, 1915, Los Angeles. B+W photo Colorized by Marco Réardon, Montreal photographer.

    Restauration and colorization by Montreal photographer Marco Réardon of a black and white photo taken in May 1915 by american photographer Lewis Wickes Hine.

    Tough specimen of Los Angeles newsboys. Nine-year-old newsie and his seven-year-old brother named «Red».

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  • eyes-smile-blog
    17.04.2021 - 22 hours ago
    #newspaper #women and wine
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  • dorothea-wieck
    17.04.2021 - 1 day ago
    #Dorothea Wieck #Mädchen in Uniform #Teilnehmer Antwortet Nicht #Madchen in Uniform #1930's#1930s#Hollywood#newspaper
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  • news11hours
    17.04.2021 - 1 day ago

    'بچے بنانا شروع کریں یا آپ چینی جوتے صاف کریں گے'

    ‘بچے بنانا شروع کریں یا آپ چینی جوتے صاف کریں گے’

    روس کے ٹاپ شو میں روسی آبادیاتی بحران کے بارے میں حالیہ گفتگو۔ ذیل میں نقل: https://www.youtube.com/watch؟v=NLKH92hAo_I ترجمہ – لوگ یہ نہیں سمجھتے کہ چرچ انہیں حقیقی نجات پیش کرتا ہے کیونکہ 30 سالوں میں ، آپ چینی جوتے صاف کر رہے ہوں گے ، اور ایک خاص تاریخی دور میں پیرس میں ہماری شرافت کی طرح ٹیکسی ڈرائیوروں کی طرح کام کریں گے۔ ہماری ڈیوکس اور گنتی نے متعدد زبانیں بولی لیکن بہتر ملازمت نہیں مل…

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  • unusedghosts
    17.04.2021 - 1 day ago

    I started doing these short diary comics late last year and have been posting them every Friday so far

    Its been difficult, but also rewarding to find small notes of interest within what usually feels like a boring week

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  • papermoonloveslucy
    17.04.2021 - 1 day ago

    6 WEEKS turns into 3 YEARS

    April 17, 1938

    Lucille Ball's 6-Week Stay In Filmland Lasts 3 Years  

    By Harriet Parsons (Special to The Examiner) HOLLYWOOD

    Practically everyone who saw “Stage Door" wanted to know the name of "the funny tail girl who went home to Oregon to marry a lumberman."  They know now she's Lucille Ball... and she's since been promoted to comedy leads. 

    Three years ago Lucille was a fashion mannequin in New York City. Samuel Goldwyn brought her to Hollywood to be a showgirl in "Roman Scandals". She expected to stay exactly six weeks... but she got a break in the Ginger Rogers-Fred Astaire musical, "Roberta" and was immediately signed by RKO. 

    There she went Into training under Mrs. Leila Rogers, then head of the studio talent school. Good performances in Little Theater plays on the lot brought her to the attention of producers. There followed small roles In "Top Hat," "Chatterbox," "Follow the Fleet" and "Winterset." 

    Her first real chance came with the second femme lead in "That Girl From Paris." "Stage Door" convinced the studio she was a valuable property and she was handed important roles in "Having Wonderful Time" and “The Joy of Living.” She’s just finished playing opposite Joe Penner in “Go Chase Yourself” and RKO is planning on building her into a star comedienne. Originally picked as a beauty and glamour girl, she’s developed a fine flair for comedy.

    Born in Butte, Mont. (1) moved to Jamestown, N. Y. as a baby and calls that city ‘home.' Graduated from the Chautauqua Institute of Music. Family planned a musical career for her, but she wanted to be an actress and enrolled with the John Murray Anderson School In New York City, played in stock and with road companies, was chosen by the late Florenz Ziegfeld as a show girl in "Rio Rita." Interludes of starving and living in cheap hall room between shows sent her into the mannequin model business for Hattie Carnegie.

    For three years was a star also posed for posters advertising a famous brand of cigarettes, got plenty of jobs In shows but never had money enough to last her through rehearsals, would always quit and return to modeling. 

    Since coming to Hollywood she's only returned to Broadway once, went back for eight weeks last fall to appear in "Hey, Diddle, Diddle." (2)

    Has blue eyes and blond hair (3), is 5 feet 6 1/2 inches tall and weighs 120 pounds. Has to eat fattening food to keep her weight up. The height and slenderness which made her an ideal mannequin now aid her as a comic.

    (Formatting, punctuation, and spelling errors have been corrected from the original.)

    FOOTNOTES

    (1) Lucille Ball claimed to come from Butte, Montana, for most of her film career. She originally thought it sounded more interesting than Jamestown, New York.  

    (2) Although she did appear in “Hey Diddle Diddle” the play did not go to Broadway. It opened at McCarter Theatre in New Jersey and was headed to Broadway when a cast member got ill and the engagement was cancelled. Lucille’s Broadway debut came in 1960 with “Wildcat.” 

    (3) A natural brunette, Lucille dyed her hair blonde at first, and was later convinced to try red to attract more attention in color movies. She became known as Technicolor Tessie. 

    Author Harriet Parsons (1906-83) was the daughter of famed gossip maven Louella Parsons, who was mentioned several times on “I Love Lucy”.  Like Louella, Harriet was a shrewd professional who combated the prejudices of her contemporaries in order to achieve success in the Hollywood film industry. Upon signing with Columbia Pictures to direct and produce in 1934, Harriet became the only woman producer and, with the exception of Dorothy Arzner, the only woman director working in Hollywood at that time.

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  • aethergazette
    17.04.2021 - 1 day ago

    Aether Gazette Nummer 17/04/1879/+142 (Hexenausgabe) #aethergazette #steampunk #geschichten #heftroman #groschenheft #zeitung #gazette #newspaper #phantastik #funtasy #amtfueraetherangelegenheiten #aetherleaks

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  • news11hours
    17.04.2021 - 1 day ago

    سلطنتیں گر۔ اب امریکہ کی باری ہے ، اور روس اس کا آغاز کرے گا

    سلطنتیں گر۔ اب امریکہ کی باری ہے ، اور روس اس کا آغاز کرے گا

    یہ ہمیشہ ضروری ہے کہ غنڈہ گردی کریں۔ کیونکہ ایک بار جب ان کی کمزوری بے نقاب ہوجاتی ہے تو وہ مزید غنڈہ گردی نہیں کرسکتے ہیں۔ سلطنتیں غنڈوں کی طرح شروع نہیں ہوتی ہیں۔ انہوں نے آخری سلطنت کے رد عمل کے طور پر آغاز کیا جو عاجزی پر حبس کو قبول کرنے کے بعد ایک غنڈہ گردی بن گیا۔ سلطنتوں کو خاتمہ کے قریب غنڈہ گردی کا سہارا لینا پڑتا ہے کیونکہ وہ بنیادی طور پر کمزور ہیں۔ انھوں نے کرنسی کے انحطاط کے ذریعہ…

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  • naomiemargocarys
    17.04.2021 - 1 day ago

    Advice to Thirty Somethings

    "Yeah its pretty uncomfortable being this small"

    You ever been in a situation where someone went out their way to imply that you were being "too much"? Alright for everyone reading this, lets say it together "What the f%ck does that mean?"

    It does not mean anything! Nothing at all...to you anyway. In everyday life you will come across people who decide to project their insecurities on to you for a number of reasons. Maybe they decided that you have the secret to life and you just don't want to share, maybe they are sick of the way people gravitate towards you, maybe they decide to willingly compare themselves to you, maybe you are just too damn happy, or confident, or aware, or smart?

    I can literally go on for days! I can see the beauty of every individual. I can literally look into the eyes of any individual and see the depths of their soul. Needless to say, I am very comfortable with allowing others to be. I'm very patient.. You don't have to be anything for me, I literally will love you unconditionally.

    What perplexes me is the reactions that others have to unconditional love (in this case, me). You would be surprised by the amount of rejection and negativity one can receive for authentically and unapologetically living in their truth. And don't think that because you are an open book that others will be honest with you.. People can only meet you as deep as they have met themselves.

    Having said that, I will say this.. You will never be happy caring individuals if you continue to consider factoring in what others may think of you because more than half of the time people don't even think for themselves. Or better yet love themselves? Or better yet know themselves?

    Do everything from purity/intent and GOD will handle the rest. You are beautiful, you have purpose and you know what? It is never your responsibility to explain yourself, ever. You have a story worth telling.. If others want to define you based on their preconceived thoughts and feelings. LET THEM! Keep learning, growing and loving on yourself through all of the transitions in your life because a major part of this human experience is to ascend.

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