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Paul F. Tompkins on Chick-Fil-A

this is such a fricking good bit and I love PFT

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digitalfare said: Re: Cleopatra post - I think the OP means "portray" instead of "betray." But yes, ding dong.

Oh yeah it’s probably portray!

Ahaha now I’m imagining - you know the girl who did the mean post about Pete Wentz and then he reblogged it and she erased her blog and visiting the url just showed the text “I didn’t know he had a blog”

that but “I didn’t know she was greek”

I’m not gonna visit the url in case that isn’t true; nobody tell me ever

actually nobody visit the url!!! let’s just all live in the better world where that’s the case and not risk shattering that illusion

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tiny-librarian:

keegananarcho18:

tiny-librarian:

poetofwar333:

#cleopatra with the nose knocked off. I wonder if people still think she was European like the movies betray…

That isn’t even Cleopatra. That’s her eldest son, Caesarion.

Cleopatra , was ethnically Greek, she was descendent from the Greek/ Macedonians of the Conquests of Alexander the Great in the 300’s B. C. … But after 300 years or so she was just as ” African ” or Egyptian pre say as most citizens of the United States can be considered North Americans…

Well she lived in an African country, so in that way and that way only she was African yes.
A disturbing amount of people seem to think though, that she was ethnically African/Egyptian and a black woman, which is disturbing because it’s obvious they can’t have read anything or learned anything about her and the Ptolemaic Dynasty because even a casual glance at a book about her shows they’re Greek to the core (With that small bit of Persian in there as well)

tiny-librarian:

keegananarcho18:

tiny-librarian:

poetofwar333:

#cleopatra with the nose knocked off. I wonder if people still think she was European like the movies betray…

That isn’t even Cleopatra. That’s her eldest son, Caesarion.

Cleopatra , was ethnically Greek, she was descendent from the Greek/ Macedonians of the Conquests of Alexander the Great in the 300’s B. C. … But after 300 years or so she was just as ” African ” or Egyptian pre say as most citizens of the United States can be considered North Americans…

Well she lived in an African country, so in that way and that way only she was African yes.

A disturbing amount of people seem to think though, that she was ethnically African/Egyptian and a black woman, which is disturbing because it’s obvious they can’t have read anything or learned anything about her and the Ptolemaic Dynasty because even a casual glance at a book about her shows they’re Greek to the core (With that small bit of Persian in there as well)

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effington:

this gave me chills

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elephants are conspicuously expressive and joyful creatures. when celebrating a birth or reuniting with old acquaintances, elephants will intertwine their trunks together and engage in friendly trunk wrestling. when trying to console a loved one, or simply showing affection, elephants will stroke or caress each others’ heads and backs with their trunks. the end of an elephant’s trunk is more sensitive than a human’s fingertips. photos by mario moreno

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I’m catching up on Venture Bros and I… I don’t know how I let myself fall behind 
this show is so amazing

I’m catching up on Venture Bros and I… I don’t know how I let myself fall behind 

this show is so amazing

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cantripgames:

Gosh, those nails look dangerous! Be careful waving those around, Builder! You could take someone’s eye out! Hey, I don’t like the way you’re looking at me!

cantripgames:

Gosh, those nails look dangerous! Be careful waving those around, Builder! You could take someone’s eye out! Hey, I don’t like the way you’re looking at me!