Underwood’s Bar-B-Q - Amarillo, Texas

By The Pound To Go
A Cafeteria in the Finest of Dining Rooms
“It is Our Experience and Know-How that Makes the Difference”
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4513 N.E. 8th On Highway 66, Amarillo, Texas

Mailed from Santa Rosa, New Mexico to Mrs. C.A. Svenson of Whitehall, Michigan on November 16, 1955:
Hi Honey- As we are rolling over the plains 4600 feet high having a dust storm. more fun, we are reaching Santa Rosa, how is every one haven’t heard from you for sometime. Love to all. Kiss the Children for me. Love, Haddy 


Me when the lane boy video comes out

hannahkchristian asked:

Weird questions 5, 23, 33, 48, 50

If you were a type of tree, what would you be?

A birch tree but I’d replace the r with a t

What is one unique thing you’re afraid of?


The Celestial Gates Of Beyond have opened, much to your surprise because you didn’t think such a thing existed. Death appears. As it turns out, Death is actually a pretty cool entity, and happens to be in a fantastic mood. Death offers to return the friend/family-member/person/etc. of your choice to the living world. Who will you bring back?

Leonardo Di Caprio’s youth

Do you hold grudges?

yes one in each hand

What is the most unusual conversation you’ve ever had?

probably when i told jack whitehall, one of my fav comedians, to have a nice wee

Shot at #renovahotsprings in the #jeffersonriver near #whitehall #montana with the beautiful @luvmycrazyboyz … the water was almost too hot for #summerdays ..#hotsprings #bigskycountry #victoriassecret #sensual_sunrise #sensual_ladies #artistic_seduction #sensualityarts #406 #montanagirl

Ohio Cop Tries To Shoot Family Dog, ‘Accidentally’ Shoots 4-Year-Old Girl Instead

Reports coming to us out of Columbus say that 4-year-old child was shot by a Columbus Police Officer in Whitehall, Ohio.

The officer was trying to shoot the family dog but missed and shot the 4-year-old girl in the right leg instead.

According to Columbus Police, “the girl is in stable condition at Nationwide Children’s Hospital.”

I know that many of you want to take all the weapons away from these assholes. And justice on your side. But do we live in a country where everything is ruled by justice? No … Morons with guns and badges are guarded by the government, because it is their main tool of communication with the citizens.


Edna St. Vincent Millay

Edna St. Vincent Millay was one of the most respected American poets of the 20th century. Millay was known for her riveting readings and feminist views. She penned Renascence, one of her most well known poems, and the book The Ballad of the Harp Weaver, for which she won a Pulitzer Prize in 1923. Most notably, it was this poem where she coined the popular phrase, “My candle burns at both ends.”

Millay’s family encouraged the children to value culture and literature. As such, Millay studied piano and theater, and spoke six languages. She had originally wished to pursue a concert pianist career, but her music instructor discouraged her, pointing out her small hands. She pursued writing instead.

At the age of 20, E. Vincent Millay penned “Renascence,” one of her most well-known poems. She read this poem at the Whitehall Inn in Camden, and the public embraced her recitation. Millay read her poems with passion and often sprinkled in her forward-thinking opinions regarding politics and women’s issues. 

Influenced by fellow poet Robert Frost, Millay wrote sonnets with great skill and thoughtfulness. Her popularity grew, and she went on to win the Pulitzer Prize in 1923 for her fourth book, The Ballad of the Harp Weaver. Most notably, in this work she coined the phrase, “My candle burns at both ends.”

Millay also found success as a playwright, penning the popular opera The King’s Henchman in 1927. Her accomplishments positioned her as one of America’s great poets of the 20th century.

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Richard Ayoade’s exclusive interview with One Direction’s Liam Payne for Unicef

Richard Ayoade caught up with One Direction’s Liam Payne after he teamed up with Andy Murray, Clare Balding and Jack Whitehall to form a Unicef tennis team for our Children in Danger Summer Disease Appeal.