making speech bubble necklaces! These are a batch of The 1975 related ones but I can make them with any name/lyric or whatever on! They’re £3 or two for £5- free UK postage, and shipping everywhere else is £1.50. If you want any leave a message in my ask and ill get back to you asap:) even if you don’t wanna buy if you have any lyrics or whatever in mind that would look cool, feel free to leave a request!
*Screams* Okay so Night Vale Live was absolutely amazing. The venue was incredible and the acoustics were ridiculous, I felt like Cecil’s voice was inside me. I tried to be selective with my photos but I just couldn’t so heres a spam.
Union Station in Los Angeles, which opened in May 1939, is known as the “Last of the Great Railway Stations” built in the United States, but even with its massive and ornate waiting room and adjacent ticket concourse, it is considered small in comparison to other union stations. It was formerly designated the Los Angeles Union Passenger Terminal (LAUPT), but its current owner, Catellus Development, officially changed the name to Los Angeles Union Station (LAUS).
The facility served as a backdrop for the 1950 film Union Station, which starred William Holden and Nancy Olson. Many television shows and motion pictures have incorporated the station as a backdrop, including Speed, Pearl Harbor, Blade Runner, Star Trek: First Contact, The Italian Job and the Fox television series 24.
Union Station is located opposite L.A.’s historic Olvera Street.
"Polish boys who are at school in Nazareth, attended a special Christmas service for Roman Catholics at Bethlehem, Palestine. They are orphans deported by the Soviets to Siberia in 1939 and evacuated from the Soviet Union to Persia and Palestine with the main body of the future 2nd Polish Corps. Now they are undergoing regular army training as their adult counterparts. They met Assistant Chaplain General of the 8th Army, Colonel the Reverend Frederick Llewelyn Hughes MC and Assistant Chaplain General to Palestine, Colonel the Reverend D A Duncan MC. After the service the boys listened to Reverend Hughes and were shown some of the sights in Bethlehem.
The Reverend Choteski (?), the Chaplain in Chief to the Polish forces in Palestine, addressing the boys after the service in Bethlehem. The Reverend Hughes is on the Rev. Choteski’s right and the British Army Chaplain (the Rev. Duncan ?) is on Choteski’s left.” (source)