“Montparnasse was a child; less than twenty, with a pretty face, lips like cherries, charming black locks, the glow of spring in his eyes; he had all the vices and aspired to all the crimes. The digestion of what was bad gave him an appetite for what was worse. He was the gamin turned vagabond and the vagabond become an assassin.”
My makeup for today. Felt like doing another michael hussar inspired makeup look today and this is what I came up with. I used sugarpill, lime crime and urban decay for the eyes, kleancolor for the cheeks, and a mix between urban decay’s shame lipstick and lime crime’s great pink planet for the lips
So what now? Do we hope that Pence gets forced to resign in shame so House Minority leader gets given the Vice Presidency? Then get Trump booted for crimes against humanity? Go full Nixon on his dumb bigoted untergang ass.
From August 1985 to October 1986, the US illegally sold weapons to Iran, including 2500 anti-tank missiles, 18 anti-aircraft weapons, and additional parts and materials, in exchange for the release of 7 hostages, and money to support the terrorist group trying to overthrow the government in Nicaragua.
After the weapon sales were revealed in a Lebanese magazine in November 1986, President Ronald Reagan appeared
on national television and stated that while the weapons transfers had indeed
occurred, but that the United States did not trade arms for hostages.
In March 1987, Reagan again went to TV to announce “A few months ago I told the American people I did not trade arms for
hostages. My heart and my best intentions still tell me that’s true, but
the facts and the evidence tell me it is not.”
14 members of Reagan’s cabinet were indicted for criminal activities, with 11 convicted. All convictions were either overturned or pardoned by President George H.W. Bush (who had been Vice President during the time the crimes were committed).
“Montparnasse was a child; less than twenty years of age, with a handsome face, lips like cherries, charming black hair, the brilliant light of springtime in his eyes; he had all vices and aspired to all crimes.”
It’s been a while since I last did a Montparnasse set, and since I’ve changed the costume slightly I felt it was time I did another.
“A lugubrious being was Montparnasse … less than twenty years of age, with a handsome face, lips like cherries, charming black hair, the brilliant light of springtime in his eyes; he had all vices and aspired to all crimes.” – Les Misérables