Um. How did I not know this until today?
When the constitution was first prepared, women in the US originally DID had the right to vote. The states all revoked that right by 1807, and it wasn’t regained until the 1900s.
& People think I ramble when I mention how history is a cycle of women gaining and losing rights, and we’re living in history, so feminism will always be necessary and that we need to stay on our toes. ._.
HOLY MOTHERFUCKING SHIT
Not the time to sleep, now. Not the time to sleep. W a k e u p. Wake up, its not the time to sleep now. Wake up. Don’t pretend to sleep. Wake up. Laugh-laugh. Not the time to sleep.
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This week is Sharknado 2. And beginning August 10th it’s Shark Week on the Discovery Channel. Here are some great Shark reads and Shark activities.
Shark Activities & Crafts: http://www.teenlibrariantoolbox.com/2014/07/tpib-shark-week.html
We LOVE a good shark book!
The glory days of NASA, of space shuttles and sending people to the moon, are at an end. With our astronauts currently relying on hitching rides from the Russians to get to the International Space Station, NASA has turned its…
NASA does the little things right.
Peter: May I appeal.
Peter: Motion to—
Peter: If it pleases the court—
Sadie: Overruled! Court Adjourned! Gavel, gavel, gavel!
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