Whatever. Whenever.

Oct 13

So last night I got drunk and played Skyrim

tatterdemalionamberite:

karlosmadera:

I’m still torn on whether this is the greatest thing I’ve ever done or the stupidest. 

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teratocybernetics:

#this makes me want to pay skyrim like no ad ever did

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Oct 12

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fantastic-nonsense:

So I said I would last night, so here’s a (brief) comparison of the animation of the ice magic of Jack Frost (Dreamwork’s ‘Rise of the Guardians’) and Elsa of Arendelle (from the new Disney movie ‘Frozen’).

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First of all, may I just say that the animation in…

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usnatarchives:

National Archives Virtual Genealogy Fair
Participate in our biggest genealogy event of the year! During the three days of Internet broadcasting, learn and ask questions about Federal records as resources for family history research. 
Speakers include genealogy experts from National Archives facilities across the nation and from U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services. From beginner to expert, discover new tips and tricks—we have sessions for all skill levels. After the event, recorded sessions and handouts will remain online. Learn more at www.archives.gov/calendar/genealogy-fair.
October 28, 29, & 30, starting daily at 10 a.m. EDTOnline at www.archives.gov/ calendar/genealogy-fair

usnatarchives:

National Archives Virtual Genealogy Fair

Participate in our biggest genealogy event of the year! During the three days of Internet broadcasting, learn and ask questions about Federal records as resources for family history research.

Speakers include genealogy experts from National Archives facilities across the nation and from U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services. From beginner to expert, discover new tips and tricks—we have sessions for all skill levels. After the event, recorded sessions and handouts will remain online. Learn more at www.archives.gov/calendar/genealogy-fair.

October 28, 29, & 30, starting daily at 10 a.m. EDT
Online at www.archives.gov/ calendar/genealogy-fair

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Oct 11

nprglobalhealth:

Take A New Test Aimed At The World’s English-Language Learners
It’s tuff to master English. It’s eventough for people born in America, who (or whom?) are often confused by too/to/two many konfusing things.
So you can only imagine how tough it is for non-English speakers trying to learn the tongue.
As these nonnative speakers struggle, they want to know how they’re doing. And now there’s a new way to find out. EF Education First, a Swiss education company, noticed that its students wanted an inexpensive, standardized way to test their knowledge before paying for official language tests for university admissions. In response, the company has released its own free, online standardized test.
According to the above paragraph, what demands does the test meet?
A) There’s no cost for taking the test.B) It is available on the Internet.C) It is standardized.D) All of the above
The answer is D) All of the above. (Isn’t it always?)
There are an estimated 1.5 billion English-language learners in the world, and that number is expected to exceed 2 billion by the end of the decade. The EF Standard English Test, or EFSET, hopes to provide this group with a self-assessment tool.
Continue reading and take a sample test to see how your English skills stack up.
Photo: English-language students in China practice their blackboard skills. (China Photos/Getty Images)

nprglobalhealth:

Take A New Test Aimed At The World’s English-Language Learners

It’s tuff to master English. It’s eventough for people born in America, who (or whom?) are often confused by too/to/two many konfusing things.

So you can only imagine how tough it is for non-English speakers trying to learn the tongue.

As these nonnative speakers struggle, they want to know how they’re doing. And now there’s a new way to find out. EF Education First, a Swiss education company, noticed that its students wanted an inexpensive, standardized way to test their knowledge before paying for official language tests for university admissions. In response, the company has released its own free, online standardized test.

According to the above paragraph, what demands does the test meet?

A) There’s no cost for taking the test.
B) It is available on the Internet.
C) It is standardized.
D) All of the above

The answer is D) All of the above. (Isn’t it always?)

There are an estimated 1.5 billion English-language learners in the world, and that number is expected to exceed 2 billion by the end of the decade. The EF Standard English Test, or EFSET, hopes to provide this group with a self-assessment tool.

Continue reading and take a sample test to see how your English skills stack up.

Photo: English-language students in China practice their blackboard skills. (China Photos/Getty Images)

youthxcrew69:

THIS IS A CAT IN A HALLOWEEN COSTUME PLAYING WITH A TINY PUMPKIN THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT

youthxcrew69:

THIS IS A CAT IN A HALLOWEEN COSTUME PLAYING WITH A TINY PUMPKIN THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT

(Source: spybook, via sixsmithyouass)

seekingmyredemption said: Firstly i wanted to say I really enjoy this blog, and its been a great help in the past. I'm writing a piece of crime fiction which is something i've wanted to do for a while but because i've never really attempted the genre, despite being a massive fan of it i'm unsure how to approach it. Could you give me some tips? I Also have a scene in mind involving an interrogation could you give me some tips of that as well, how police might respond, legal interrogation and things like that? :) Thanks

fixyourwritinghabits:

Here is what we have on crime, crime scenes, detective, police work and forensics

For interrogations

Some other links

I think that should work.

Keep enjoying the blog (:

L.-

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http://jeremy-ruiner.tumblr.com/post/98986957604/feministnoise-bluhstrider-girl-scouts-are -

feministnoise:

bluhstrider:

girl scouts are letting in trans girls and letting girls replace God with whatever they want in the pledge, also they use cookie income to support abortion and LGBT agendas

boy scouts are just now allowing gay scouts in, officially in january, but gay…

(Source: homuratrash)