!durarara!!

where is that post whining about how people were being critical of fire emblem i want to make fun of that guy

theuniversewontwait asked:

I don't understand why people don't get the point that this is YOUR blog and you are going to tell YOUR experiences?!?!!!! I think they're super interesting, and I love reading about all your experiences. Plus if they were in your shoes, they wouldn't hesitate to make a post about it

Right though! Sometimes i look at the twitters of these people and im like……. haha but…..hypocrite? 

I hate taking Public transportation when it’s really crowded because I feel self concious about everything I feel like the people there are constantly judging me. :^/

Old Sheldon Church Ruins - Yemassee SC by Meridith112
Via Flickr:
Sheldon Church has lain in ruin for more than 120 years. Its gable roof, pediment, windows, and interior have disappeared, but the classic simplicity of its design still remains. One of the first Greek-Revival structures built in the United States, Prince William’s Parish Church, erected 1745-55, was once one of the most impressive churches in the Province. During the Revolution, the Patriots are believed to have stored gun powder in it. In 1779, when the British General Augustine Prevost invaded the Lowcountry, the church was burned by a detachment which according to tradition, was commanded by the flamboyant local Tory, Andrew Deveaux. Rebuilt in 1826, the church was again burned by Sherman’s men in 1865. The ruins are nevertheless a picturesque site from which the visitor can visualize the grandeur of the pre-Revolutionary church. The ruins lie amongst majestic oaks and scattered graves. Inside the ruins of the church lies the remains of Colonel William Bull, who "greatly assisted General Oglethorpe in establishing the physical layout of Savannah, Georgia. Bull surveyed the land in 1733 to form the basic grid pattern of the streets and squares."

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