The Force is strong in my family.

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Parallels: pilot’s den, 2.01//4.15. Well you do believe people can change, don’t you John?

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Roman Legionary Tile with Canine Imprint, Roman Province of Pannonia, c.  2nd-4th century AD

A Roman legionary building tile (baked orange clay brick) with the imprint of a dog’s footprint, likely the pet of a legionary soldier or local camp dog who stepped on it while it was drying prior to baking. The tile 6 x 7 x 1.25 inches, the print 2 x 3 inches. The print quite clear with excellent detail including the claw marks. Some ancient calcified deposits in the impressions attesting authenticity. Quite rare.

Pannonia was an ancient province of the Roman Empire bounded north and east by the Danube, coterminous westward with Noricum and upper Italy, and southward with Dalmatia and upper Moesia. Pannonia was located over the territory of the present-day western Hungary, eastern Austria, northern Croatia, north-western Serbia, Slovenia, western Slovakia and northern Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Notable locations in Greek mythology

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Infinite Crisis - "What Do You Fight For?"


holy shit, diana.

That’s Doomsday, the dude who killed Superman.

She’s holding back, IMHO.

"If you need to stop an asteroid, you call Superman. If you need to solve a mystery, you call Batman. But if you need to end a war, you call Wonder Woman." - Gail Simone

Hooooooly shit, Diana.

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It is a mystery which has intrigued archaeologists for centuries: did the huge Neolithic stones which make up Stonehenge form a complete circle?

Now the puzzle has been answered after the dry summer revealed the faint outline of the missing megaliths.

Usually the ground is watered by stewards, to keep the earth moist and the grass healthy.

But this year, the hose they used was too short to reach the whole site. By chance, the incomplete section of the inner stone circle was left to dry out.

When archaeological features have been buried in the ground for a long time, they affect the rate that grass grows above them, even long after they have disappeared. Read more.

Secret to writing a bestseller: You write. You stop dreaming of writing. You stop talking about writing. Stop wishing you were writing. And you write.
Jonathan Gunson (via writingquotes)

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natasha romanoff + using her thighs as a weapon

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The God’s have no mercy, that’s why they are gods. 

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"What goes better together than cold and dark."
"What goes better together than cold and dark."

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Is there a recommended order for reading your series? or just in published order?
bedlamsbard bedlamsbard Said:

Published order is probably best, though right now on AO3 both Ouroboros and Oxygen & Rust are actually in chronological order on their respective series pages, which is fine for Ouroboros (Wake the Storm, Queen’s Gambit)  but for O&R isn’t published order.  (O&R should probably be read: Dirt in the Machine, Bad Moon Rising, and then the WIP, Bottom of the River.)  All the rest of my Star Wars fic is standalones (though from two distinct phases — there’s a batch from 2007 and a batch from 2012, and the most recent stuff is from 2013/4).

Hopefully that made sense!  I’ve got two big series in Star Wars, though the one I’m actively working on is Ouroboros.

I recognize that the council has made a decision, but given that it’s a stupid-ass decision I’ve elected to ignore it.
Qui-Gon Jinn, The Phantom Menace (via incorrectstarwarsquotes)

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