can we talk about Legolas in the back tho
I feel like I need to rewatch the entire series just focusing on Legolas.
It’s worth it.
Did Orlando Bloom spend the entirety of the series trolling with his facial expressions?
Pretty AND funny!
Its like he was just photobombing the movies, and they just decided to give him credit.
The Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special premieres November 23, 2013
TOMORROW IS THE 23RD OF NOVEMBER ISN’T IT?
Bonjour, Mes Anges! So I’m still in Scotland, but NEXT WEEK, I will begin TRAVERSING THE US of A supporting SCHOOL SPIRITS. I’ll be on the road for 2 weeks, but I wanted to give y’all a heads-up for the first week of stops since it’s LESS THAN A WEEK AWAY OMG. Sooo, if you live in Miami, Houston,…
Mrs. Nelsons! I need to check my schedule.
May 7, 1915: A German U-boat sinks the RMS Lusitania.
The sinking of the British ocean liner Lusitania was one of the most infamous events of World War I, carried out by the SM U-20 as part of Germany’s policy of unrestricted submarine warfare against Great Britain and its allies. The event, which took the lives of nearly 1,200 people (including 128 American citizens), enraged the British and Americans, provided the basis for effective war and recruitment propaganda in the future, and turned public opinion in the United States against Germany so quickly that the country’s carefully preserved neutrality threatened to collapse. It did not, at least not until 1917, when Germany declared its intention to resume its practice of unrestricted submarine warfare, which reignited Americans’ lingering anger over the Lusitania.
At the time of its sinking, the Lusitania had officially been carrying as cargo war materials (ammunition, fuses, artillery shells), making it, in the eyes of the Germans, a legitimate military target, despite the fact that the ship was also at the time carrying 1,959 people. Of that number, 1,198 died when the ship was torpedoed off the coast of Ireland. The ship sank in 18 minutes, as opposed to the 2 hours 40 minutes it took for Lusitania’s White Star Line Rival, RMS Titanic, to sink, but like with Titanic, most of the deaths probably resulted from hypothermia, as survivors of the initial torpedoing awaited rescue floating for hours in the waters of the North Atlantic. In addition, the manner in which the Lusitania sank rendered most of its lifeboats unusable. The commander of the German U-boat, Walther Schwieger, was labeled by some a war criminal, although despite sparking outrage in the United States, the attack was not on its own enough to bring the country into the war. Three days later President Wilson made this comment in a speech:
There is such a thing as a man being too proud to fight. There is such a thing as a nation being so right that it does not need to convince others by force that it is right.
I WANT EVERY SINGLE FEMALE WHOVIAN TO REBLOG THIS TO SHOW MY MOM THAT DOCTOR WHO IS FOR GIRLS AND BOYS.
C’mon! Let’s show her the power of the female Whovians!!! :D
I JUST READ IT AND REALISED THAT I’M NOT A WOMAN BUT GIRLS
SHOULDWATCH THE SHOW TOO.
Oh my god, the lyrics one. That was my main struggle.
Yep, this was what it was like to be Lauren in high school … except for the cell phone part. I didn’t get one of those until my 18th birthday
AMAZINGLY ACCURATE. Although like Lauren, I did not get a cell phone until I was 18 (when I went to college, actually), and even THEN, I could only use it after 7PM or in emergencies.
My first cellphone I got in college and it was like $1.50 a minute (companion on mom’s plan). I could only use it in emergencies and it weighed more than my PS Vita.
Hidden beneath a parking lot in Leicester, England, archaeologists have discovered a 1,700-year-old Roman cemetery that seemed to show no religious bias.
The new discovery, found at the junction of Newarke and Oxford Streets, includes numerous burials…
So…..lets get rid of all the parking lots.
At least they aren’t thinking you study bugs or dinosaurs.