I know that eventually they’ll catch on and stop, so then I’ll put it on a neighbor’s porch. #&*@ the porch pirates!
It doesn’t matter how she’s dressed: she’s a human who deserves dignity and security, just like you.
The judge will decide. I don’t need to say this is humor, and obviously not the situation depicted in the photo by photographer Chris Yarzab (cropped for this use) …right?
I mean really: just because he’s a murderer doesn’t mean he doesn’t have to follow the well-established rules of grammar and spelling.
In fact, I think most people are pretty cool. It’s the others that give us an opportunity to learn the lesson they provided. For the story behind this photo, see ThisIsTrue.com/bikiniman
They’re not just for kids — and never have been!
If he had crossed out “Hamilton” and put in “Jackson” he might have gotten away with it — but probably not once Harriet Tubman is on the front.
Seriously: just about every public official ought to be wearing them — with the public being able to randomly view interactions.
Yes, it’s hair and wardrobe test photos for “Production 1060” — better known as 1939’s Wizard of Oz featuring a young Judy Garland (born Frances Ethel Gumm: See? She really was using a fake name!)