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Stephen Hawking, Vampire Astrologist, Dead At Age 547

Reknown bloodsucker and cosmic expert Stephen Hawking has finally succumbed to the vampire syphilis he contracted from Eleanor Roosevelt in 1912.

As his crumpled form dissipates into ash, the world mourns the death of its most prominent blood-sucking oracle. 206 more words



No, I’m not talking about the Bradley Cooper movie. There’s actually so much more to being limitless than just taking a pill to be able to gain complete usage of your brain. 668 more words


March 13, 1923: Rock-a-bye, Baby On the Treetop

In 1906, Eleanor Roosevelt, then a young mother living in New York City, bought a cage made of chicken wire and hung it outside the window of her townhouse. 175 more words

Wretched Richard's Almanac

5 Eleanor Roosevelt Quotes to Fuel your Inner Badass.

I know International Women’s Day was last Thursday.  But it was also Anthony’s birthday and a snow day and the day I chose to open up about why… 624 more words

A Better Me

The one where she feels fear (Day 1-3)

Eleanor Roosevelt said in a very memorable speech, “do one thing everyday that scares you”. So i did just that. Everyday for a month I did something that scared me. 1,293 more words

A Pivotal Moment

This post is in honor of International Women’s Day (which also just happens to be my birthday so all in all I’d say it’s a pretty awesome day haha). 871 more words