No homo, as it were. (For the troglodytes out there, a homophone is a talking device used by gays. No, really.)
As an ESL teacher who has made my own homophone exercises, it’s never crossed my mind that… Oh yeah, that’s right, ‘Murica.
Bernadette // The Four Tops
Curious about Presidential History? Ask a Curator!
Do you have questions about Presidential history and artifacts? Tomorrow, the Presidential Libraries of the National Archives will be answering questions live for #AskaCurator Day on Twitter.
Over 600 museums from 40 countries will be participating, including our very own experts on Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry S. Truman, Dwight D. Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy, and Jimmy Carter. You can also ask curators at the National Archives Exhibits in Washington, D.C.
Museum Objects from the Presidential Libraries:
Rocking Chair used by John F. Kennedy in the Oval Office; RCA Radio Microphone used by FDR to deliver some of his Fireside Chats from the White House; HMS Resolute Desk replica at the JFK Library; Portrait by Octavio Ocampo presented to President Carter on the occasion of a state dinner honoring José López Portillo, President of Mexico, February 1979; 1957 Inaugural gown of Mamie Eisenhower; WWII POW Diary at the Truman Library;1952 Eisenhower campaign hat.
Four Tops - It’s The Same Old Song
These Arms Of Mine | Otis Redding
I just found something I wrote when I was 33. OMG I was so immature then lol. Like now when I meet someone who’s 33 I just think “god, what’re we in high school?”
I met this guy the other day and he was all talkin’ about “Take on Me” by A-ha, and then he said he was only 33, and I was like “dude, you were like 4 when that came out, you don’t remember that shit.” I mean, I was only 6 then, but I was mature for my age, like I used to watch Hill Street Blues and shit.
Cookware has never been more exciting.
Finish reading —> 7 Signs You’re Becoming an Adult
Jen and I actually did that with our spaghetti pot. It really is great though…
American police scammed Canadian visitors out of $2.5 billion