April162014
fashioninhistory:

Evening Dress
Mme. Eta Hentz
Spring/Summer 1944
This elegant evening dress is a superb adaptation of a classical garment for modern-day dress. The upper portion of the dress resembles a Greek chlamys or a Roman palla, while the fluted skirt mimics the bottom half of a Roman stola.

fashioninhistory:

Evening Dress

Mme. Eta Hentz

Spring/Summer 1944

This elegant evening dress is a superb adaptation of a classical garment for modern-day dress. The upper portion of the dress resembles a Greek chlamys or a Roman palla, while the fluted skirt mimics the bottom half of a Roman stola.

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theartofknightjj:

We like to let out our animal side every once in a while.

Please Reblog and don’t repost on other sites!

more place of princes

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disney 

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georgetakei:

An oldie, but goodie. http://ift.tt/1qJJKjb

georgetakei:

An oldie, but goodie. http://ift.tt/1qJJKjb

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fuchsiagroaning:

People need to understand that Catelyn was always always ready for the role of great lady of sacrificing her life to politics and the demands of the upper echelons of the feudal system and Ned was so not ready for it. Ned did not grow up knowing that being a great lord would be his life, he didn’t know that until he was nineteen years old. That’s five years older than Robb was at the start of AGOT and 3 years older than Robb was when Robb died. Ned Stark went that long being a Sansa or Bran instead of a Robb. Ned Stark’s personality formed without that pressure for almost two decades and then it all came down on him.

Catelyn? Catelyn was always ready.

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artsfantasia:

Desert Knight by Jason “nosaj7541”
(A World of Fantasy)

artsfantasia:

Desert Knight by Jason “nosaj7541”

(A World of Fantasy)

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Just give it to me straight doc

Just give it to me straight doc

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devinalh:

melkorwashere:

leeeeeeeeeegooooooooolaaaaaaaaas:

So wait, they might be dividing There and Back Again into two parts?

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WHAT

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nononono

JACKSON YOU NEED TO STOP

THAT’S NOT WHAT THE ARTICLE SAYS AT ALL.

That’s just a commentary on New Line registering several possible titles for the third movie, and speculation on why that might be.

The final paragraph, the one that goes

Alternatively, maybe New Line is planning some movie tie-in we don’t yet know about, and need to reserve intellectual property rights. I guess we’ll have to wait and see what, if anything, comes of this.”

reads as speculation on part of the writer of the article. There’s no source cited for that. 

I’m too lazy to google if there’s more basis to support it, but this particular icon doesn’t say neither Jackson nor New Line are actually planning a fourth movie.

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“I appreciate that you don’t agree with the book, but school libraries are there to cater to ALL children, not just those with particular beliefs.” A comment on our Facebook page in response to our news story "Utah District Restricts Polacco’s ‘Our Mothers’ House’ in Elementary School Libraries." (via schoollibraryjournal)

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April152014

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noobtheloser:

I went to a wedding recently. 

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