Now watch Boom Town again and enjoy Nine almost remembering her!
'Until lions have their historians, tales of the hunt shall always glorify the hunter.'
Reminds me of the “Killing a lion is cowardly” post the other day.
Howl and Stardust? Nothing, as far as I know: they share the Donne SONG, but then, that’s something that both Diana and I loved.
As for how much of my writing has been influenced by Diana? All of it, by her as a critic, by her as a reader, by her as a friend. I don’t think it’s possible to underestimate how much having her to talk to about writing and stories meant to me over the years. I miss her very much.
It means I wrote the English Language Script, wrote the English versions of the songs, all that.
No, I don’t do everything. Some days I do very little worth mentioning.
The Republican-dominated Michigan state legislature pushed through a bill on Wednesday requiring women to purchase separate insurance policies if they want to have an abortion, the Detroit Free Press reported.
“I don’t think elective abortion should be a part of insurance,” state Rep. Nancy Jenkins (R) told theFree Press. “This doesn’t affect access to abortion. It will still be legal when this law takes effect. Who should be required to pay? Not Michigan taxpayers.”
However, the law, which takes effect in early 2014, will also ban women from purchasing the policy after becoming pregnant under any circumstances, including rape and incest, causing opponents to refer to it as a policy on “rape insurance.”
The bill passed by a 27-11 margin in the Senate, and a 62-47 vote in the House, mostly along party lines. According to the Associated Press, state Senate Minority Leader Gretchen Whitmer (D) said during the debate that she was raped 20 years ago.
last year a big group of girls in my class were all talking and this one girl was like “im bisexual” and all the girls like stared at her and then the girl goes “dont worry im only attracted to pretty girls” and i was like did she just burn every girl in here i think she did
When I was in Zutphen’s chained library recently, I thumbed through an early-printed book from the 1460s. In the very back of the book I had this astonishing encounter: a leaf put there by an ancient reader. It was hardened and felt like leather: it was likely used as a bookmark. A find like this, as unusual as it is, brings you in close touch with the individual who consulted the volume a long time ago. A person 400 years or more ago picked up this leaf from the street on his way to the library. Was it fall? Was he looking forward to a long read in the dark library?
Twelve's eyebrows dancing
Eleven's bowtie fixing
Nine's angry ranting
Eight's self assessing
Six's eyebrows raising
Five’s cricket baaaaaaatttttttt
four's fingers wave
Three's big fan
Two typing away
And a One in the tar-disssssss MERRY CHRISTMAS WHOVIANS!!!!!!