Anonymous asked: I eas rhinkong the same about the movie, but then I realice that even when some people liked only for the drugd and sex vives, the truth is that the movie is based in a book which is a biographie of the guy who act Leo. Maybe is morb or maybe is the fact that all the think that happen in that movie have also happend (with a little less exageration) in real life.
I don’t entirely understand what you’re trying to say, but I don’t think the fact that the movie is based on real events makes it acceptable for people to glorify it.
I’m slightly disturbed by the number of posts that I’ve seen on my dash glorifying the Wolf of Wall Street. Did the movie’s entire message fly right over everyone’s heads? I, for one, felt completely repulsed throughout the entire film and felt like I was getting hit by a freight train at every turn.
inamans asked: You're reblogging here... Are you that bored? :)
No I’m sick with the flu. :(
March 4, 1933: First Inauguration of Franklin D. Roosevelt
On this day in 1933, the first inauguration of Franklin D. Roosevelt was held in Washington, D.C. The longest-serving president in U.S. history, and leader through the Great Depression and World War II — two of the nation’s worst crises — Franklin Delano Roosevelt is considered by many to be our greatest president.
Photo: Franklin D. Roosevelt, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Joseph Robinson in Washington, Washington, D.C., March 4, 1933 (National Archives).