Deadpool vs San Diego Comic-Con 2012 (x)
I HAVE RETURNED.
Sorry I’ve been away so long. I had a lot to get done recently. There was a beach trip, a wedding, and a whole lot of crazy.
A WHOLE LOT.
Robert Atkinson Westall (7 October 1929 – 15 April 1993) was a British author, teacher and journalist best known for his children’s fiction, although he also wrote non-fiction and wrote specifically for adults. Many of his novels aimed at a teenage audience deal with complex, dark and adult themes. He has been described at “the dean of British war novelists”.
I’m cool with this.
Bruce William “Bill” Graham, OBE (22 August 1919 – 18 February 1995) was an Australian politician. Born in Sydney, he was educated at Sydney Grammar School before becoming an announcer on the ABC. He served in the military from 1939 to 1948 and was a company director before entering politics in 1949 as the Liberal member for St George in the Australian House of Representative. He held the seat until 1954, when he was defeated by former Labor minister Nelson Lemmon. Graham defeated Lemmon in 1955, but was defeated again in 1958, this time by Lionel Clay. He returned to politics in 1966 when he was elected to the seat of North Sydney, a position he held until his retirement in 1980.
I dunno if I’m okay with this…
So, um, I guess I was Jeffrey Dahmer in a past life.
WELP. THAT MAKES A LOT OF SENSE, NOW DOESN’T IT?
Manija Sheriar Irani (December 15, 1918 - August 19, 1996) was the younger sister of Indian spiritual master Meher Baba, and one of his mandali. She was chairman of the Avatar Meher Baba Trust and the author of 82 Family Letters.
Jessica Whitney Dubroff (May 5, 1988 – April 11, 1996) was a seven-year-old pilot trainee who died attempting to become the youngest person to fly an airplane across the United States. Twenty-four hours into her quest, her Cessna 177B Cardinal single engine propeller aircraft, flown by her flight instructor, crashed after takeoff from Cheyenne Regional Airport in Cheyenne, Wyoming, killing all on board: Dubroff, her father and her flight instructor.
Gegeo, an Iraqi Christian of Assyrian ethnicity, is said to have introduced Saddam to his second wife, Samira Shahbandar, and arranged trysts between them. Saddam’s son Uday took this as an insult to his mother, Saddam’s first wife. In early 1988, Uday almost killed Kamel for “the sake of his mother’s honour”. Uday spared him in that encounter. However, “on (data expunged) at a party thrown in honor of Suzanne Mubarak, the wife of President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt, Uday bludgeoned Gegeo with a club in front of guests, and by some accounts, finally stabbed him to death with an electric carving knife.”
………………….REALLY!? REEEEAAALLY!? *sigh*
Oh well, at least I had an interesting death? >_>;
Lordi - Blood Red Sandman
“Once again there is pain,
I bring flames - I bring cold.
I’m the Blood Red Sandman, coming home.
On this unholy night, I will make you my own.
Blood Red Sandman,
Coming home again.”
Because, ONCE AGAIN, my dash needs more Lordi.
EEEEE! Why are so many people following me all the sudden!?
“15 people follow you”.
This blog makes no sense at all. I’m so very sorry for what you might encounter.
“He’s someone who was born with an expectation of a particular entitlement. He was born to be a king. And then he finds out that the whole of his life is a lie. That he was this monster, cast out, left to die, bastard child of a kind of enemy race and adopted and lied to. And all of that heartache hardens into what becomes his destructive power and rage and I hope what people like about it is that it’s human; ultimately that the feelings are human. They’re bigger, they’re darker certainly, and they’re given full vent in a way that would be dangerous in real life. But I hope that people recognize the humanity in it” - Tom Hiddleston.