Reposting because hearing that a fan at @warpedtour would steal from one of the most earnest, DIY non-profits on the road is beyond heartbreaking.
There’s no corporate bullshit with @shirtsforacure - just a crew with a love a music, selling band shirts to help cancer patients in need.
Direct donations: www.syrentha.org/donate
100% of the proceeds from #SFAC band t-shirts go to a cancer patient in need - pick up a shirt at sfac.merchnow.com
What Amy said.
Shirts For A Cure and Beemer are great, please help spread the word.
This is so lame. Please help.
This is down right terrible. No faith in humanity.
*talking to grandchildren at age 80* I read a fanfic on tumblr about that once.
Ankle boots, owned by Helene Vetsera, 1875/1880
Foto: Christa Losta
© Wien Museum
These spectalcular boots, somewhat too daring for conservative Viennese taste, enhanced the appearance of Mary Vetsera’s elegant mother. Helene Vetsera (1847-1925) grew up in a wealthy family in Constantinople, where she met her husband, Albin Vetsera, an Austrian diplomat. The young couple moved to a palais in the Salisianergasse 11 and were seen in the best circles.
The young Baroness Mary met Crown Prince Rudolf, with whom she had a relationship for some time. After the tragedy in Mayerling, when the Crown Prince committed suicide after killing his then girlfriend Mary, Helene fell out of favour in aristocratic society. She outlived all her children, lost all her wealth during WWI and died in poverty in 1925.