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Oct 1

agentlooziana:

the most incredible scene in all of red vs blue tbh

Randy Dandy Oh
Sean Dagher

allsoundsasscreed:

"Randy Dandy-O"

Now we are ready to sail for the Horn,
Weigh hey, roll and go!
Our boots and our clothes, boys, are all in the pawn,
To be rollicking randy dandy-O!

Heave a pawl, O heave away!
Weigh hey, roll and go!
The anchor’s on board an’ the cable’s all stored,
To be rollicking randy dandy-O!

Soon we’ll be warping her out through the locks,
Weigh hey, roll and go!
Where the pretty young girls all come down in their flocks,
To be rollicking randy dandy-O!

Heave a pawl, O heave away!
Weigh hey, roll and go!
The anchor’s on board an’ the cable’s all stored,
To be rollicking randy dandy-O!

Come breast the bars, bullies, heave her away,
Weigh hey, roll and go!
Soon we’ll be rolling her down through the Bay,
To be rollicking randy dandy-O!

Heave a pawl, O heave away!
Weigh hey, roll and go!
The anchor’s on board an’ the cable’s all stored,
To be rollicking randy dandy-O!

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you-cant-be-my-superman:

Temple of Poseidon

you-cant-be-my-superman:

Temple of Poseidon

heysoo:

roselalalonde:


thenimbus:



R.I.P. Ato Essandoh



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https://twitter.com/AtoEssandoh


JESUS

CHRIST

THIS DUDE.

heysoo:

roselalalonde:

thenimbus:

R.I.P. Ato Essandoh

uh

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https://twitter.com/AtoEssandoh

JESUS

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CHRIST

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THIS DUDE.

therealabiril:

dion-thesocialist:

nicbravo-reblogs:

deep sigh of contentment

no way

this is some portal 2 shit

therealabiril:

dion-thesocialist:

nicbravo-reblogs:

deep sigh of contentment

no way

this is some portal 2 shit

the-lost-empires:

♚ Ancient History Meme ♚ ~ civilization {1/1}

Ἀθῆναι (Athens) was one of the most important and powerful cities in Greece during the Classical period. It was also the first of the Greek city states fully to develop democracy. It was very important for Athenians to take an active part in the running of Athenian government. Perikles, the great statesman of Classical Athens, said that Athenians thought of ‘a man who takes no interest in public affairs not as apathetic, but as completely use.

The topmost class in the Ancient Greek Hierarchy was the Upper Class. The people of this class possessed the uppermost power and position in the society. One has to be born in Athens to be a part of the Upper Class as the rights for this class could only be inherited on the hereditary basis. The upper class symbolized a good civil character, good artistic taste, and highly socialized individuals.less. The Metics were the next class in Ancient Greece Social Hierarchy. These people were not the natives of Athens, but came to Athens to settle down. They came to Athens for earning their livelihood. Such people were apt for the Middle Class. They were free men,  they were not slaves but they possessed very little rights as compared to the Upper Class. They were majorly involved in the trading and manufacturing related jobs. Freedmen were the next class in the Ancient Greek Social Hierarchy and it incorporates those people who were once slaves but somehow were freed by their owner by any mode. Slaves were at the bottom of hierarchy, and are believed to have made up a great percentage of Athens.

The ancient Greeks were a deeply religious people. They worshipped many gods whom they believed appeared in human form and yet were endowed with superhuman strength and ageless beauty. The Iliad and the Odyssey, our earliest surviving examples of Greek literature, record men’s interactions with various gods and goddesses whose characters and appearances underwent little change in the centuries that followed.  While many sanctuaries honored more than a single god, usually one deity such as Zeus at Olympia or a closely linked pair of deities like Demeter and her daughter Persephone at Eleusis dominated the cult place. Elsewhere in the arts, various painted scenes on vases, and stone, terracotta and bronze sculptures portray the major gods and goddesses. 

 Greek houses, in the 6th and 5th century B.C., were made up of two or three rooms, built around an open air courtyard, built of stone, wood, or clay bricks. Larger homes might also have a kitchen, a room for bathing, a men’s dining room, and perhaps a woman’s sitting area. Although the Greek women were allowed to leave their homes for only short periods of time, they could enjoy the open air, in the privacy of their courtyard. Much of ancient Greek family life centered around the courtyard.The ancient Greeks loved stories and fables. One favorite family activity was to gather in the courtyard to hear these stories, told by the mother or father. In their courtyard, Greek women might relax, chat, and sew. Most meals were enjoyed in a courtyard near the home. Greek cooking equipment was small and light and could easily be set up there. On bright, sunny days, the women probably sheltered under a covered area of their courtyard, as the ancient Greeks believed a pale complexion was a sign of beauty. Food in Ancient Greece consisted of grains, figs, wheat to make bread, barley, fruit, vegetables, breads, and cake. People in Ancient Greece also ate grapes, seafood of all kinds, and drank wine.They kept goats, for milk and cheese. They sometimes hunted for meat.  

In ancient Athens, the purpose of education was to produce citizens trained in the arts, to prepare citizens for both peace and war. Other than requiring two years of military training that began at age 18, the state left parents to educate their sons as they saw fit. The schools were private, but the tuition was low enough so that even the poorest citizens could afford to send their children for at least a few years. Until age 6 or 7, boys generally were taught at home by their mother.

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machomachi:

i really want the avengers and the guardians to meet so i made some dumb doodles

the-wolf-and-the-mockingbird:

dahlia—noir:

Pantheon, Roma

the-wolf-and-the-mockingbird:

dahlia—noir:

Pantheon, Roma

(Source: michelvngelos)

tainted-petals:

[x]

A Season 12 Memo
Thuh Durehktah uhv Prahjehkt Freelansuh

daftprodigy:

rane0:

Leonard Church addresses Control at the end of Season 12.

YES

YESSSSSSSSSS