om g i need to relearn how to latop save me

new com putor i cant

conservanerdy:

slide-to-the-right:

pottsjen:

dulosis:

streeter:

#History


#but every song’s like #wood teeth stamp act movin’ to virginia #blood stains shotguns tea in boston harbor


#we don’t care #we’re forming government in our dreams


# and we don’t wanna be ROYALS # ROYALS

#that kind of government ain’t for us #we crave a different kind of rules#let me be your servant #SERVANT #you can call me president#and baby I’ll respect your civil liberties

conservanerdy:

slide-to-the-right:

pottsjen:

dulosis:

streeter:

#History

#we don’t care #we’re forming government in our dreams

# and we don’t wanna be ROYALS

# ROYALS

#that kind of government ain’t for us #we crave a different kind of rules

#let me be your servant #SERVANT #you can call me president

#and baby I’ll respect your civil liberties

kill-natalie:

[violently watches every movie with favorite actor in it even if he’s only in it for fifteen seconds and has no speaking roles]

mariondavies:

250 Films in 2012 | 187 |  Siren of the Tropics (1927)

► Silent (34/50)

meinthefifties:

Cinematic men of the 1920’s and their beautiful attire.

snowsgreen:

Rusting hulk of World War One German U-boat emerges after almost a century

  • It is the only German submarine visible in UK waters today and is a visible reminder of the Great War
  • The submarine is thought to be a UB-I22 submarine and would have carried 10 torpedoes
  • After the war the German UB-122 was initially stripped of its internal metal engines to be used for scrap metal
  • The wreckage can still be seen beached in a remote area of mudflats on the banks of the River Medway in Hoo, Kent


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2526946/A-monster-British-coast-Rusting-hulk-World-War-One-German-U-boat-marooned-Kent-island-century.html#ixzz2o2TW2BC6 
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indescribablyaverage:

anneboleyns:

favorite films

" ‘come with me, my princess, it is time to make you mine, forever.’ "
" ‘for all eternity’, idiot. "

jamesthemovieman:

Sean Connery in Terence Young’s 'Dr. No' (1962)

jamesthemovieman:

Sean Connery in Terence Young’s 'Dr. No' (1962)