hero time is gone
rosie-e-juliet:

lindcherry:

@Josh Charles: Julianna snapped this photo of me and Christine during rehearsal yesterday on the season finale of @TheGoodWife_CBS

Oh no oh no oh no. Too much. Diane an Will always

rosie-e-juliet:

lindcherry:

@Josh Charles: Julianna snapped this photo of me and Christine during rehearsal yesterday on the season finale of @TheGoodWife_CBS

Oh no oh no oh no. Too much. Diane an Will always

weapon-of-mass-deduction:

Carlos and Cecil cuddling on their date. I’ll let you decide who’s who.

weapon-of-mass-deduction:

Carlos and Cecil cuddling on their date. I’ll let you decide who’s who.

cowlishaw:

The #Arbys in #Roswell #NewMexico.

cowlishaw:

The #Arbys in #Roswell #NewMexico.

sirtroyofbaker:

balalaikaboss:

ejacutastic:

I DIDN’T LEARN ABOUT THIS IN DRIVING SCHOOL

Stop says the red light, go says the green
Wait says the yellow light, twinkling in between. 
KNEEL, SAYS THE DEMON LIGHTWITH ITS EYE OF COAL SAURON KNOWS YOUR LICENSE PLATE AND STARES INTO YOUR SOUL

THIS IS ALWAYS FUCKING FUNNY

sirtroyofbaker:

balalaikaboss:

ejacutastic:

I DIDN’T LEARN ABOUT THIS IN DRIVING SCHOOL

Stop says the red light, go says the green

Wait says the yellow light, twinkling in between. 

KNEEL, SAYS THE DEMON LIGHT
WITH ITS EYE OF COAL 
SAURON KNOWS YOUR LICENSE PLATE 
AND STARES INTO YOUR SOUL

THIS IS ALWAYS FUCKING FUNNY

oakapples:

Jadwiga, King of Poland (c.1373-1399), painted by Bacciarelli. Daughter of Louis I of Hungary (of the Capetian House of Anjou) and Elizabeth of Bosnia, Jadwiga could claim both patrilineal and matrilineal descent from the House of Piast, the royal Polish dynasty. During a typical European succession crisis, she was chosen as monarch of Poland by the nobility in 1384, and crowned in Kraków at the age of 10. Interestingly, she acceded as Hedvig Rex Poloniæ- she was always referred to as King, rather than Queen, of Poland, in order to emphasise that she was queen regnant and not consort. During her rule, she achieved a series of moderate political successes, and was an academically-accomplished individual; she spoke Latin, Hungarian, Serbian, Polish, and German, and took an active interest in the arts and sciences. Reports of miracles surrounded her relics down the centuries- I remember having seen her preserved footprint in a church in Kraków- and she was finally canonised by Pope John Paul II in 1997.

oakapples:

Jadwiga, King of Poland (c.1373-1399), painted by Bacciarelli. Daughter of Louis I of Hungary (of the Capetian House of Anjou) and Elizabeth of Bosnia, Jadwiga could claim both patrilineal and matrilineal descent from the House of Piast, the royal Polish dynasty. During a typical European succession crisis, she was chosen as monarch of Poland by the nobility in 1384, and crowned in Kraków at the age of 10. Interestingly, she acceded as Hedvig Rex Poloniæ- she was always referred to as King, rather than Queen, of Poland, in order to emphasise that she was queen regnant and not consort. During her rule, she achieved a series of moderate political successes, and was an academically-accomplished individual; she spoke Latin, Hungarian, Serbian, Polish, and German, and took an active interest in the arts and sciences. Reports of miracles surrounded her relics down the centuries- I remember having seen her preserved footprint in a church in Kraków- and she was finally canonised by Pope John Paul II in 1997.

you-had-me-at-downton:

Downton Abbey x iPhones

oakapples:

Really would like to go to the Hay Festival at the end of next month, which is held in Hay-on-Wye- the self-styled ‘town of books’ on the Welsh-English border.

fuckyeahcommunity:

scienceandeggs:

considering starting a series called “Community out of context”

i will reblog everything you post if you do that

lucjan:

I hope you never come back

lucjan:

I hope you never come back