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October 06 2017

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aoiszaizen:

Turn Characters + Historical Counterparts (Part 1)

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dailyevanstan:

Fame is a funny thing. I like doing normal things. I like going to fairs. I like going to ball games. I like going to Disney World or a big field on the Fourth of July and having picnics with friends. The problem is you’re either worried you’re going to be recognized, or you’re thankful you’re not. It’s always there.

October 05 2017

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snnsastark:

The Julio-Claudian dynasty was the first imperial family of Ancient Rome, ruling from Augustus’ rise to power in the first century BC to Nero’s death in 68, and spanning the reigns of Augustus, Tiberius, Caligula, Claudius and Nero. The rise of the imperial rule helped to stabilize Roman politics and stop the civil wars that characterized the end of the Roman Republic. This time is usually seen as the golden age of Roman power and wealth and of literature and art, but it’s also famous for its dynastic intrigues and extravagant emperors.

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snnsastark:

The Julio-Claudian dynasty was the first imperial family of Ancient Rome, ruling from Augustus’ rise to power in the first century BC to Nero’s death in 68, and spanning the reigns of Augustus, Tiberius, Caligula, Claudius and Nero. The rise of the imperial rule helped to stabilize Roman politics and stop the civil wars that characterized the end of the Roman Republic. This time is usually seen as the golden age of Roman power and wealth and of literature and art, but it’s also famous for its dynastic intrigues and extravagant emperors.

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stayuglystayangry:

malformalady:

Most Precious Blood High School in Boston

ah my favorite game: catholics or vampires

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biohazerd:

roachpatrol:

sufjansontag:

libertarian–princess:

shaelit:

roachpatrol:

coolthingoftheday:

This is what the tea that was dumped into the Boston Harbor would have looked like. In the 1700s, tea was compressed into planks; a plank this size could last a person roughly a year. They would be bought in sections, and small slivers would be shaved off into the kettle every time somebody wanted to make a cup of tea.

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what the **** that’s so neat

So what you’re telling me is that they were Frisbeeing tea off the ships.

And THAT’S why it was such a big deal; they literally destroyed a couple decades worth of tea with each crate they tossed.

They dumped forty-six tons of the stuff into Boston Harbor; that’s worth $1.7 million USD adjusted for inflation.

People don’t protest like they used to smdh

#this tea

this is also fucking neat but someone censored my fucking swearing so i have to fucking put it back in this thread like who the fuck does that kind of shit and can i throw their fucking tea in the ocean for it

Can we still buy compressed tea?

September 04 2017

18:49

botanyshitposts:

botanyshitposts:

botanyshitposts:

hey u know those weird pools at water parks where like u just sit in an intertube and float in a circle at 2mph and its a great time?? bc thats what plant cells are like

its called cytoplasmic streaming and honestly??? goals

omg………my green circle bois……i had no idea…..

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mollafer:

here’s a shitty history meme

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hergracesathenaeum:

The French Revolution ➵ “Man is born free and everywhere he is in chains.

Want one? // moodboard for @saintvire

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nestarchron:

High Lord and High Lady of The Night Court

My friend through many dangers. My lover who had healed my broken and weary soul. My mate who had waited for me against all hope, despite all odds.  

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sully-s:

I like that young naive America thinks if he gets kissed even on the cheeks that it automatically means he’s married.


There was no bigger fanboy for America and their fight for Indecpanence than Marquis de Lafayette. While on the road to meet the continental congress he would write letters to his wife on how wonderful everything in America was the landscapes, food, spirit, people, the women (Yah he gushed about how American women were the most beautiful he had ever seen to his wife lol)  While he was recovering for his leg wound he basically just wrote letters to French elites singing America’s praises.

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firlachiel:

TURИ - 2x08: The two bises of George Washington & Marquis de Lafayette

Requested by majorstallmadge

September 03 2017

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versaillesadness:

Several interiors from several palaces located in the Park Sanssouci in Potsdam, Germany.

IG: Versaillesadness_

September 02 2017

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buckypupbarnes:

“His level of commitment is fantastic. He really finds the greatest level of detail in his performance. He conveys volumes while saying very little. It’s the hardest thing to do as an actor, to convey emotion and subtlety without speaking.” Joe Russo.

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gravitywon:

Daveed Diggs as Perry in Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

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