TONY: hey Kramer
TONY: hey, hey Kramer my man, what are you doing maana?
KRAMER: maana I’m doing nada
TONY: what do you say you scale some rock with me and George?
GEORGE: huh Tony? there’s not gonna be too many sandwiches
TONY: c’mon Kramer what do you say?
GEORGE: huh Kramer it’s huh.. gonna be pretty dangerous up there
KRAMER: I am down
TONY: yes.. alright buddy, take it easy Kramer you down to it George? what’s wrong?
GEORGE: I am down!
(via The Stall)
Dated June 23, 1868, this is the printed patent drawing for a “Type-Writer” invented by Christopher L. Sholes, Carlos Glidden, and J. W. Soule.
Check out the sky during last night’s Cardinals-Phillies game. Unbelievable.
June 22 - Servicemen’s Readjustment Act (GI Bill)
An act to provide Federal Government aid for the readjustment in civilian life of returning World War II veterans, June 22,1944
Signed into law by President Franklin D. Roosevelt on June 22, 1944, this act, also known as the GI Bill, provided veterans of the Second World War funds for college education, unemployment insurance, and housing.
Finally got my invite! (Taken with instagram)