From his memorial service:

William Lee Rawls, one of the most prominent, learned, able, cultivated and well beloved members of the Maryland Bar, died on July 26, 1946. Thus ended a truly extraordinary career

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I also have his hat!

Family History: Great Grandfather Edition

This is an editorial cartoon by Edmund Duffy depicting William Lee Rawls and Bill Broening, both prominent men in Baltimore in the early 20th century.

I found this in a storage room off of my father's old room in my grandparents house. (My father was named for his grandfather).The white lines, I believe, are later editions from my uncle.

I can't imagine watching these freaks tonight, but the winner is written in blood:

Imagine having the gall to question someone else's mental health with a haircut like that.

I think of Ilhan Omar as a member of C.O.B.R.A, so I call her SERPENTRESS

What's everyone's nickname for Raschida Tlaib? She reminds me of Bowser from the Mario Bros video games, so I call her QUEEN KOOPA

One day after announced their picure of a , we finally managed to image a ring using yesterday - there is a factor of ten sextillion (10^22) between the scalebars of those two images.

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