aqueoushumor:

Agincourt: The English beating the crap out of the French with longbows.
Castillon: The French beating the crap out of the English with guns.
Hundred Years’ War: One unholy mess. Check out Francis’ handgonne in action here.

So, commissions are open and there’s a special offer for June and July with commissions featuring France, Canada, America, and others. For the price list and samples, go here.

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el·e·men·ta·ry /ˌeləˈment(ə)rē/

  • Of or relating to the most rudimentary aspects of a subject.
  • Easily dealt with; straightforward and uncomplicated.

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sherloakenshield:

“The Impala, of course, has all the things other cars have… and a few things they don’t. But none of that stuff’s important. This is the stuff that’s important. The army man that Sam crammed in the ashtray - it’s still stuck there. The Legos that Dean shoved into the vents — to this day, heat comes on and they can hear ‘em rattle. These are the things that make the car theirs — really theirs. Even when Dean rebuilt her from the ground up, he made sure all these little things stayed, ‘cause it’s the blemishes that make her beautiful.” - Chuck, Supernatural 5.22 ‘Swan Song’

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captainshroom:

based on this

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insane-clever-title-goes-here:

get creative

I don’t know how to feel about this

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Think we found a contender with whatever it is ‘Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared’ is king of.

I HAVE NEVER NOPED SO HARD IN MY FUCKING LIFE OMG

THIS IS WAY WORSE THAN DON’T HUG ME I’M SCARED

Can somebody find the meaning in this, please, i’d like to think I didn’t just get freaked out for no good reason. 

So this makes total sense to me. I think. Anyway, my interpretation is, like ‘Don’t Hug me I’m Scared” it’s social commentary, but unlike it, it focuses on society as a whole instead of the school system and media’s effect on children. It starts out very innocent looking, and the animation looks like it was made 50 years ago. If you notice the clock is a normal clock in the beginning  and almost on the 12. If you look at the clock in the end, it’s almost at 13. This could be commenting on the unnatural turn the short film took, or on the unluckiness of the number 13, and the myths surrounding it in modern culture (Particularly Friday the 13th). Personally, it seems more likely they’re commenting on the horrors associated with the number. If you look at the point it begins to go wrong, it seems like it’s looping back to the beginning (0.31). It’s history repeating itself. Then if you look at the effects that begin to happen, a single murder starts a chain reaction. This reaction leads to radiation (represented by the sun and the children running from waves) that could be alluding to both the destruction of the ecosystem or nuclear weaponry. At (3:02) it looks like they’re drowning in blood or lava, and could mean different things depending on which one you consider.

tldr: The whole piece seems to comment on an increase of murder, and sex in society which leads to war and death and a disregard for the past, leading up to humanity’s downfall (or the arrival upon 13th hour on a clock, thereby running out of time). 

This is without even beginning to consider the implications of food, overabundance, and obesity in this piece. 

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#long post #analysis #rant

There is some evil in all of us, Doctor, even you.

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wallylives:

watch as the doctor’s name end up being steven moffat in gallifreyan or some shit

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I honestly don’t know if the episode was good or not. Its just….almost rushed. I won’t spoil, but it feels like Clara herself could have been stretched into another season, or hinted at earlier. The entire season seems rushed, they didn’t bother going into enough detail, and it felt like there were huge chunks they could have elaborated on. And multiple lines felt like something right out of Sherlock, I feel like Moffat is bleeding the shows together again. Which isn’t a good thing, because Doctor Who is supposed to be about the humans, not about the genius superhuman man. I feel like that humanness just isn’t there. And here’s another character that revolves solely around the Doctor, and that’s all Moffat creates. Characters that are only developed where it has to do with the Doctor, who spend their entire lives waiting for him or training to kill him or saving him and lose all that sense of self and humanity that makes Doctor Who about Doctor Who. I don’t watch it for the Doctor, I watch it for the companions. For Donna’s sass or Susan’s sweet childishness. For Brigader and Sarah Jane and Romana. And it’s beginning to lose the idea of companions and become something focused solely on the man. And it’s becoming jumpy, and the plot lines are becoming more and more risky and they take the idea of limitless time travel and paradoxes too far, and everything becomes almost godlike. And that isn’t what the show is about. It’s about humans, ordinary, seemingly meaningless humans, who become something because of this strange man who shows them what the world truly is.

#Doctor Who #Season 7 Finale #probably unpopular opinion

jpkitty:

In college, we don’t say “I love you”, we say “I have 5 essays, two finals, and 3 group projects due in the next 8 days” which translates to “I would like to be crushed by a train” and I think that’s pretty cool.

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#cries

i may just delete this blog because i never come on and im really inactive and just meh.

#my life is school #and i have accepted that ineviatblity #next yr will be worse
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