1. cordjefferson:

    Then he showed those men of will what will really was.


  2. "Lincoln was not only shrewd, innovative, and imaginative. He continued dealing with people—editors, generals, politicians—who had been personally insulting to him, as well as destructive in their performance during a war. He did not let amour propre get in the way of what he was trying to accomplish. He had an inner confidence that could absorb obloquy and dishonesty and viciousness without letting them jostle him off his concentration on what he felt was America’s calling as well as his own."
    — Garry Wills.

    (Source: nybooks.com)

    Tagged #U.S. History
  4. nevver:

    Thin mints, Julie Blackmon

    (via hollybailey)

  6. Tagged #Garth

  9. "dangerous bounciness"

    (Source: brooklynpaper.com)

  10. Misfits season is upon us…