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"Maybe a relationship is just two idiots who don’t know a damn thing except the fact that they’re willing to figure it out together."

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Snow on trees by Aleksey Stemmer

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Snow on trees by Aleksey Stemmer

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Capel Garmon burial chamber, North Wales (1983).

retroreverbs:

Capel Garmon burial chamber, North Wales (1983).

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"In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks."

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Ten years to the day after Star Trek premieres on television (September 8, 1966), President Gerald Ford officially signs off on the name “Enterprise” for the first Space Shuttle on September 8, 1976:
ourpresidents:

To Boldly Name…With the first space shuttle ready to be unveiled in September 1976, President Ford was asked to approve the craft’s name before meeting with NASA administrator Dr. James Fletcher. Fans of “Star Trek” had sent NASA hundreds of thousands of letters requesting that the space shuttle be named “Enterprise” after Captain James T. Kirk’s starship. Several of the President’s advisers also noted that the name had a long association with U.S. Navy vessels dating back to the Revolutionary War.President Ford officially signed off on the name “Enterprise” on September 8, 1976.View documents about the naming of the Space Shuttle “Enterprise” from the Presidential Handwriting File at http://www.fordlibrarymuseum.gov/library/document/0047/phw19760908-01.pdf
-from the Ford Library 

todaysdocument:

Ten years to the day after Star Trek premieres on television (September 8, 1966), President Gerald Ford officially signs off on the name “Enterprise” for the first Space Shuttle on September 8, 1976:

ourpresidents:

To Boldly Name…

With the first space shuttle ready to be unveiled in September 1976, President Ford was asked to approve the craft’s name before meeting with NASA administrator Dr. James Fletcher. 

Fans of “Star Trek” had sent NASA hundreds of thousands of letters requesting that the space shuttle be named “Enterprise” after Captain James T. Kirk’s starship. Several of the President’s advisers also noted that the name had a long association with U.S. Navy vessels dating back to the Revolutionary War.

President Ford officially signed off on the name “Enterprise” on September 8, 1976.

View documents about the naming of the Space Shuttle “Enterprise” from the Presidential Handwriting File at http://www.fordlibrarymuseum.gov/library/document/0047/phw19760908-01.pdf

-from the Ford Library 

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Archaeologists carrying out a dig as part of a new electricity substation development in Aberdeenshire say the discovery of a 14th or 15th century rural farmstead is unprecedented in the region and of national significance.

Maureen Kilpatrick, who led the Guard Archaeology team at the site…

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"Are you out of your mind?
No I’m inside a Dalek"

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Daenerys Disapproves

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Daenerys Disapproves

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"I love that sweet smell of decay that surrounds me in forests and woods. A kind of mulchy, deep, rich rot that has no connotation of death or ending, but rather of life and age. A sense of perpetual destruction and rebirth."

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hazfuckedlou:


nickxactly:

I love how they just fucking throw that last domino.

WAIT DID SOMEONE THROW A DOMINO AT IT BECAUSE THAT ONE PART DIDNT FALL IM DYiNG

hazfuckedlou:

nickxactly:

I love how they just fucking throw that last domino.

WAIT DID SOMEONE THROW A DOMINO AT IT BECAUSE THAT ONE PART DIDNT FALL IM DYiNG

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