As the Kennedy motorcade came to a halt, the third party voter laying in the grassy knoll reached for a crumpled piece of paper on his pocket. The ballot was marked for a Gary Johnson vote. He closed the bolt on the Carcano rifle, chambering a round.
This year Holden became the first car company to partner with the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras which took place last week. Holden provided rainbow-themed Colorados for the motorcade carrying Mardi Gras 2017 Ambassadors including US singer Steve Grand (pictured)
President John F Kennedy’s motorcade in Las Vegas, September 23, 1963, during the last day of a five-day trip to Western states to encourage conservation of natural resources. The President is seated in the far right of the black car, on Paradise Rd. Photo by Cecil Stoughton.
I’m not easily impressed by famous people, but nothing’s
matched this. I didn’t think I was going to be nervous, then
this huge motorcade pulled up at the studio and Michelle stepped out of a
black Range Rover and everybody was speechless. It’s hard to imagine
Gordon Brown having that kind of effect. We
sat around, ate cake and chatted. She said that the President is a big
fan of the films and loves the books, and that she’d met the Queen the
day before – but visiting the Potter set was far more exciting, that we
were a lot cooler. It was hard to take it all in. I kept thinking, “Here
I am talking to the First Lady.”
Rupert Grint talks about meeting Michelle Obama
As Olivia hears the motorcade and goes to meet him in the elevator, the 47 different emotions that cross her face are what killed me. She goes from irritated, to pissed, to incredulous, to annoyed, to “oh, you really gonna do this,” to “alright, bring it,” and then the elevator doors open to Fitz standing there and she’s stunned speechless for a moment. And Kerry Washington did all without saying a word.
Someone amazing, who knows how to amazingly review an episode of Scandal (AngelaMRomack on Twitter)
“A generation after young Americans came here to fight, a new generation of Americans are going to come here to teach and build and deepen the friendship between us.” —President Obama on the @peacecorps coming to Vietnam for the first time