This would be better as a timelapse over several elections.
Presidential pets, bonus edition:
In 1923, President Calvin Coolidge received a raccoon from the town of Peru, Mississippi. Meant to be eaten as part of the White House Thanksgiving feast, the president and his wife, Grace, took a liking to the animal and decided to keep it as a pet. Coolidge named the raccoon Rebecca and was often seen sitting in the Oval Office with his unusual pet draped around his neck.
Worried about her safety after an escape, the President and Mrs. Coolidge sent Rebecca to live at the National Zoo, where they successfully petitioned zookeepers to acquire a mate for her.
Pictured: First Lady Grace Coolidge and Rebecca the raccoon.
I really like that this sign has at least two completely opposed interpretations.
Ryan, I respect your friendship and hate to correct you publicly, but you are clearly forgetting that people don’t post pictures of Patrick Stewart for any reason other than GOD DAMN look at him.
You guys are forgetting that in the episode pictured, he was suffering from Irumodic Syndrome!! As we know, Irumodic Syndrome is a degenerative disease is that it affects the synaptic pathways, but it could have side-effects including looking like you’re wearing old man makeup. The real-life Patty Stew doesn’t have this disease, hence the discrepancy. OBVS.
I mean COME ON PEOPLE I shouldn’t even have to SAY THIS
THIS IS THE BEST.
He is not suffering from Irumodic Syndrome in that episode… you’re confusing “The Inner Light” with “All Good Things”.
Come to think of it, do we even know it was + 20 years in the future in that episode?
I should get out more.
Working all the time in an office (and then working more at home) is making me crazy. Does anyone have a favorite John Muir book, or could recommend one to start off with?