Welcome to my blog.
My name is Mary Katherine.
I am a journalism student
at Indiana University.

This blog has very
little rhyme or reason.
I do often post
about international news.


I'm interested in Brazil
and hope to travel there soon;
I study Portuguese
and political science
along with journalism.

beeishappy:

TDS | 2014.04.10 The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
"The exciting news today is, I no longer need a cable subscription for the privilege of watching Stephen Colbert."



Boy left glasses in my room ^^

Boy left glasses in my room ^^






Good evening, Clarice.






The Army's new grooming standards has led some soliders to claim discrimination

Go sign this petition! It needs a ton more votes 



alright alright alright tho the new black keys album ^^



catholicgod:

bcwowilyokay:

What movie is this from

blue is the warmest color!

i cried and was turned on so much in this movie

catholicgod:

bcwowilyokay:

What movie is this from

blue is the warmest color!

i cried and was turned on so much in this movie




jailor:

i dont think yall realise its illegal to take a picture of someone and put it on a social media site without asking their permission and i know thats really cliche of me to say but i mean honestly stop taking pictures of strangers you find attractive and putting it on tumblr

It’s not illegal? If a person is in a public place you can take a photo of them and then it’s your property. What



Lol no

Sen. Dan Coats (R-Ind.) was prepped for an appropriations hearing on the defense budget when he took his turn Wednesday afternoon, flipping papers on his lap, reading from them and commending the witness for his department’s prompt response to a letter Coats had sent about the Indiana National Guard.

It was all fairly innocuous except for one problem: Coats was in the completely wrong hearing complimenting the wrong witness.

After finishing a lengthy opening to his question, a staffer slipped Coats a piece of paper. Coats read it to himself, looked up, and said, “I just got a note saying I’m at the wrong hearing.”

“Well, that would explain why I didn’t know anything about this letter,” said David Cohen, undersecretary of treasury for terrorism and financial intelligence.