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fakeoptimism:

Diets…

I don’t know how to eat healthy food when I can have bacon cheese fries. This is my story.

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It’s just frustrating

coutois replied to your post “*glares at screen*”

I have that. And bursitis. It’s all about a bitch.

Because I know my skin stuff is a combination of other reactions. But some of the other symptoms I’ve had since before my skin got really bad. Other things, like issues with my knee are due to previous injuries. But still…

idk, I guess it’d be worth getting checked out, especially if there was anything that could possibly help treat this. 

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dragonklaw82:

Anthony Mackie on why you can’t write your name on stuff in a Michael’s.

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glitterpiggies:

Derp derp derp.

It’s almost like it’s trying to be intimidating.
"I am the night!"
"Stop looking at me like that."
"My name is not ‘Muffy’."
"I will end your bipedal race.

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kyssthis16:

kcalron:

urtube:

i got my eye on u

whyyyy XD

I hate everybody.

kyssthis16:

kcalron:

urtube:

i got my eye on u

whyyyy XD

I hate everybody.

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blackbackedjackal:

coyote paw vs. wolf paw

blackbackedjackal:

coyote paw vs. wolf paw

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talesofthestarshipregeneration:

Click thru for more. 

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Gangster Squad (2013)
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Man on a Ledge (2012)
What’s Your Number? (2011)
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Night Catches Us (2010)
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Notorious (2009)
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The Hurt Locker (2008)
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Heavens Fall (2006)
Freedomland (2006)
Half Nelson (2006)
The Man (2005)
Million Dollar Baby (2004)
Sucker Free City (2004)
Haven (2004)
She Hate Me (2004)
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Brother to Brother [Hulu] (2004)
Hollywood Homicide (2003)
Crossing (short) (2003)
8 Mile (2002)

Captain America: The Winter Soldier [cam] (2014)

Runner Runner (2013)

The Fifth Estate (2013)

Pain & Gain (2013)

The Inevitable Defeat of Mister & Pete (2013)

Repentance [cam] (2013)

Gangster Squad (2013)

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (2012)

Man on a Ledge (2012)

What’s Your Number? (2011)

Real Steel (2011)

10 Years (2011)

The Adjustment Bureau (2011)

Louis (2010)

Night Catches Us (2010)

Desert Flower (2009)

Notorious (2009)

Eagle Eye (2008)

The Hurt Locker (2008)

Ascension Day (2007)

We Are Marshall (2006)

Crossover (2006)

Heavens Fall (2006)

Freedomland (2006)

Half Nelson (2006)

The Man (2005)

Million Dollar Baby (2004)

Sucker Free City (2004)

Haven (2004)

She Hate Me (2004)

The Manchurian Candidate (2004)

Brother to Brother [Hulu] (2004)

Hollywood Homicide (2003)

Crossing (short) (2003)

8 Mile (2002)

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*glares at screen*

I followed one of those websites from TV to like “check your symptoms”

It was for psoriatic arthritis.

And while one of the questions was an iffy yes, the others were pretty much solid yeses

And the result was, predictably: You probably have psoriatic arthritis

:|

Cool.

Thanks.

Just what I need. 

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siriussandra asked: I'm considering writing a novel of a female Robin Hood, and was wondering if it could be historically accurate to write her as being half-Asian? The story would take place in the 12th century in England. Do you have any information on Asian people living in England at that time?

medievalpoc:

medievalpoc:

Of course. Asia and Europe aren’t even a separate landmass, after all.

Here are some links to give you a broader perspective on the kinds of people who would have been in Medieval England, Europe overall, how and why they got there, and how long they would have been there for.

The Silk Road

The Silk Road (Europe-Asia) in Antiquity

The Silk Road (Europe-Asia) via Ottoman Turkey

Pilgrimage and Traditions of Travel

Mongolian Empire

Ottoman Empire

Western Europe via Venice (trade gateway)

Black and Asian Performance in British History (V&A Museum)

Description of Rome from Ancient China

Quick Primer on Medieval Multiculturalism/Medieval Islam

Prehistoric Silk Road: The Steppe Road

tagged: Crusades

 China

 Japan

 India

 Mongolia

P.S. Asian people in Medieval European art are usually “marked” that way via clothing, not physical characteristics.

P.P.S. There’s a good bit of evidence that a character like the one you describe would not have necessarily been perceived as physically “other” or “different” by Medieval English society; but you’re writing for people reading this story now. Probably keep that in mind.

Also, an Asian woman as a Robin Hood type character would make a fascinating story and a lot of sense! Many Asian nations/regions have a long tradition of women warriors.

One more fun thing: Trotula of Salerno, who revolutionized Medieval medicine by and for women, synthesizing knowledge flowing out of Asia and the Middle East regarding medicine and specifically gynecology. In Medieval Europe, some of the most well-known people of color were physicians, because African and Asian medicine was pretty revered.

It all depends on what kind of story you want to tell. You can have some pretty epic Merry Men and Women, too!