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DC UNIVERSE HOLIDAY SPECIAL 2017 #1
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DC Comics’ finest talents have assembled to bring you a holiday special like you’ve never seen before! Join Superman, Wonder Woman and the Flash as they deliver powerful messages of hope like only The Worlds Greatest Super-Heroes can! Plus: Sgt. Rock fights the Nazis on Hanukah, the Teen Titans take on the literal ghost of Christmas past, and Swamp Thing battles that creeping feeling of existential dread! And don’t miss the legendary Denny O’Neil’s return to comics with an all-new Batman story!
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“A Tale of Two Rulers” Archive Post

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batsintheshadows  asked:

im curious. why is it that every time i try and make bread it doesnt cook all the way through in spite of me following the directions exactly? u make a lot of bread so i thought u might know. i dont have a breadmaker btw, i use the oven because i cant afford one.

Breadmakers are okay and good for those who can afford them. I can’t so I’ve never used one :)

And hmm, are you cutting into it before it’s cooled? Bread will actually keep baking once you pull it out the oven. It needs the cool down phase to finish this and I’ve watched too eager people cutting into it straight out the oven and complaining it’s raw inside, whereas if they’d waited 10-20 minutes more for it to reach room temp it’d be completely fine inside. As an aside, I prefer to make my breads the night before and allow them to sit overnight, particularly with  sourdoughs. It helps the flavor develop IMO. It’s a trick I learned from my bakery days. Anyway.

That aside the most common cause of consistently underbaked bread tends to do with your oven. Either it’s not being allowed to preheat like it should (my oven will take a half hour to heat up to what I need for bread, but I will often leave if preheating for an hour for optimal results), or the thermostat is slightly off inside your oven, and you’re either running a little bit too hot, meaning the outside looks done and can actually burn before the inside is done baking, or you’re slightly under so the outside is just getting crisp but the inside hasn’t had time to cook despite being in there for the correct amount of time. You might even get a hollow tapping sound when you knock on the base, and still have this result.

It’s a problem I always had with my mother’s oven, until I bought an oven thermometer, and checked the oven thermostat against what the thermometer said. Her oven was about 40′c lower than it was ought to be, so I adjust the thermostat accordingly whenever I bake with her oven. 

You can get cheap oven thermometers for under $10 on amazon, if that might be something you’re interested in looking into.

You can also use an instant read thermometer to check whether bread is done on the inside or not.  For breads made without egg, the  internal temperature should be allowed to reach 205 to 210′f or 96 to 99'c depending on where you are in the world.  For egg based breads the temp needs to reach 185'F/85′c.

Also how are you measuring your flour? By weight or cups? If it’s cups, are you spooning the flour into the cup, or whisking it first? I ask because spooning/aerating the flour into a measuring cup, rather than taking up an even scoop with a sweeping motion, can result in too little flour in the cup, meaning your dough will stay wet, and not bake properly. Same with if you press down too hard when scooping up flour, you could actually compact the flour in, getting too much flour, which will result in a dense, heavy dough that bakes like a brick. It’s honestly why I prefer to measure things like flour by weight rather than volume, but I know not everyone has digital scales.

Those are the two main things I can think of. Oven heat and flour consistency. If you try measuring out your flour differently and it still does it, I’d look to your oven as being the culprit. Best of luck!

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“19 Giorni” (19天) by: Old Xian
English translation by: Yaoi-BLCD

La traduzione non ha scopo di lucro. L'intenzione è far conoscere le strisce e l'autore originale agli italiani.

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I don’t really know how to express this but I feel like skam has this ability to surprise its viewers more than I’ve experienced from other shows?

I don’t know to what extent, but I feel like when skam started they put up all these “rules” that were going to decide the format of the show. And then they decided that if they ever got an opportunity that broke the rule, but it was for a good enough reason, they would go for it? That way they would push the show in a good direction, without picking the first option that arose but also not sticking super strictly to the rules and not develop the show’s concept at all. And that is why they have a season about isak, even though people thought it was gonna be only girl mains at first, and also why they casted henrik even though he is born 95 when their rule was to cast people from 96-99. I feel like they are keeping a good balance of “stick to the rules vs. break rules”, and I wonder what changes they are gonna make in the future.

Fluffy Fridays—Chapter 107: The Cygnet

Fluffy Fridays—Chapter 107: The Cygnet

Pairing:  Captain Swan

Rating: T

Summary:  A series of unrelated, fluffy one shots featuring  Killian Jones and Emma Swan and the relationship that makes us all  swoon. Will contain both canon and AU stories. My contribution to  Operation Rainbow Kisses and Unicorn Stickers (aka, my attempt to drown  out the season 4 finale angst with ridiculous levels of fluff.)

Missed the beginning? ( 1) ( 2) ( 3) ( 4) ( 5) (6) ( 7) ( 8) ( 9) ( 10) ( 11) ( 12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) (25) (26) (27) (28) (29) (30) (31) (32) (33) (34) (35) (36) (37) (38) (39) (40) (41) (42) (43) (44) (45) (46) (47) (48) (49) (50) (51) (52) (53) (54) (55) (56) (57) (58) (59) (60) (61) (62) (63) (64) (65) (66) (67) (68) (69) (70) (71) (72) (73) (74) (75) (76) (77) (78) (79) (80) (81) (82) (83) (84) (85) (86) (87) (88) (89) (90) (91) (92) (93) (94) (95) (96) (97) (98) (99) (100) (101) (102) (103) (104) (105) (106)

Tagging a few people who may be interested: @sailormew4@annaamell@flslp87@emmateo26@fleurreads@doracianstormrose@mermaidswans@bethacaciakay@ultraluckycatnd@allfangirlallthetime@effulgentcolors, @ilovemesomekillianjones@kat2609@brooke-to-broch@missgymgirl@hellomommanerd @galadriel26 @the-lady-of-misthaven@charmingturkeysandwich@jennjenn615@laschatzi@kimmy46@snowbellewells@iamanneenigma @daxx04 @lapi-lazuli@nickillian@a-rose-for-a-savior @in-spirational @gillie@manic-pixiefangirl@britishguyslover@ginnyjinxedandhanshotritafirst@nofeels@holmes-a-holic@kmomof4@linda8084

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CS Genre: Future Fic

Emma woke slowly to the sound of her husband’s gentle mumblings.  She reached for him, only to be met with a bar on the bed….and an IV in her arm…and machines beeping.  What..? 

In a rush, it all came back to her.  Six hours before, she’d given birth to Eva Ruth Jones, the most astonishingly beautiful baby she’d ever seen…at least since she’d given birth to Henry.

Emma glanced to her left and smiled softly.  Killian sat in the ridiculously uncomfortable chair they’d set beside her bed, his tiny daughter cradled lovingly in his hooked arm.  Eva’s little hand held tightly to her father’s finger, connected to him even in her sleep.

It was the most beautiful sight Emma had ever seen.

She listened for a moment as Killian spoke of beanstalks and time travel and alternate realities and darkness defeated with true love.  He was telling their daughter their story.

“And so, little love,” he crooned, “you need never fear.  Your papa’s a survivor and your mother is bloody brilliant.  Our love will stand the test of time and every obstacle thrown our way.  We are a family, my cygnet, and you need never fear to be left alone.”

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“19 Giorni” (19天) by: Old Xian
English translation by: Yaoi-BLCD

La traduzione non ha scopo di lucro. L'intenzione è far conoscere le strisce e l'autore originale agli italiani.

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The city I live in just published the numbers of last year’s crime.


  • 96% of rape victims, 99% of sexual assault victims and 81% of sexual abuse victims were women.
  • 41% of rape victims knew their rapist, 23% were raped by a family member they lived with. Percentages for assault are similar.
  • In 95% of the cases of violence against women a man was the perpetrator, mainly (ex-)partners. In 84% of violence within the family cases men were the perpetrator and women the victim.

gospel-of-yggdrasil  asked:

Greetings, I am searching for sources exploring the slow process of Christianization of the north lands and the resulting unique brand of Christianity; can you recommend any resources? Thanks-in-advance

Komdu blessaður (eða blessuð), vinur minn!
(Come blessed, my friend!)

I deeply apologize for the length of time that I have made you wait for this response. May your patience be thanked and rewarded. I will stay true to your wishes in this request, and so I shall provide you a plentiful amount of sources to explore, but leave them untainted by my commentary. Hopefully I am able to offer resources that you are not already aware of.

I have categorized the following sources by geographical relevance, but also by source type (primary versus secondary); they are not listed in particular order beyond that (i.e. alphabetical, chronological, etc). I have also offered links to each source, either to where it can be bought, or to where it can be freely read. I must also mention that, although I am singling out Christian-related sections of larger works, you would benefit greatly from also understanding the non-religious aspects of these societies, which inevitably played a considerable role in the formation of unique brands of Christianity.

Regardless of what sources I have not included (for I cannot possibly included everything), these 26 sources, both primary and secondary, should keep you busy for a while. I recommend you read them carefully and keep in mind the inherent bias and perspective being told. Also, in regards to further research beyond these 26 works, I highly recommend investigating not only the scholars directly involved, but also the footnotes and works that they have used in constructing these sources. Such a process will surely lead you to even more resources to discover.


ICELAND:

Primary Sources:

  1. Ari Thorgilsson, The Book of the Icelanders, translated by Siân Grønlie (Viking Society for Northern Research, University College London, 2006), 3-34. See also pages ix-xxix for historical background regarding Ari and this work. You will also notice that this source includes the source mentioned below.
  2. Ari Thorgilsson, The Story of Conversion, translated by Siân Grønlie (Viking Society for Northern Research, University College London, 2006), 35-74. See also pages xxx-xliv for historical background.
  3. “The Journey of Abbot Nikolas Bergsson from Iceland to Jerusalem,” in The Viking Age: A Reader, second edition, edited by Angus A. Somerville and R. Andrew McDonald (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2014), 416-21.
  4. Andrew Dennis, Peter Foote, and Richard Perkins trans., “Christian Laws Section,” in Laws of Early Iceland: Grágás I (repr., 1980; Winnipeg, CA: University of Manitoba Press, 2012), 23-52.
  5. Helen Carron trans., Clemens saga (The Life of St. Clement of Rome) (Viking Society for Northern Research, University College London, 2005).
  6. Kellinde Wrightson ed., Fourteenth-Century Icelandic Verse on the Virgin Mary (Viking Society for Northern Research, University College London, 2001).
  7. Ármann Jakobsson and David Clark trans., The Saga of Bishop Thorlak (Viking Society for Northern Research, University College London, 2013).

Secondary Sources:

  1. Gunnar Karlsson, “Christianization,” “The Church,” “The Victory of the Church,” “Reformation,” and “Lutheran Society,” in The History of Iceland (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2000), 33-37, 38-43, 96-99, 128-33, and 134-37.
  2. Jesse L. Byock, “A Peaceful Conversion: The Viking Age Church” and “Bishops and Secular Authority: The Later Church,” in Viking Age Iceland (Penguin Books, 2013), 292-307, 324-40.
  3. Dag Strömbäck, The Conversion of Iceland, translated by Peter Foote (Viking Society for Northern Research, University College London, 1975).

NORWAY:

Primary Sources:

  1. Snorri Sturluson, Ólafs saga Tryggvassonar, in Heimskringla, Vol. 1: The Beginnings to Ólafr Tryggvasson, second edition, translated by Alison Finlay and Anthony Faulkes (Viking Society for Northern Research, University College London, 2016), 137-233.
  2. Snorri Sturluson, Ólafs saga Helga, in Heimskringla, Vol. II: Ólafr Haraldsson (the Saint), translated by Alison Finlay and Anthony Faulkes (Viking Society for Northern Research, University College London, 2014).
  3. Snorri Sturluson, Magnússona saga, in Heimskringla, Vol. III: Magnús Ólafsson to Magnús Erlingsson, translated by Alison Finlay and Anthony Faulkes (Viking Society for Northern Research, University College London, 2015), 145-169. See chapters 3 through 13 for the travels of King Sigurd (Jerusalem-Farer) to Jerusalem. For this section, see also The Viking Age: A Reader, second edition, pages 408-16.
  4. The Saga of Hallfred the Troublesome Poet; written in Iceland, but largely concerning events in Norway — keep the bias and perspective in mind, though! See Diana Whaley, Sagas of Warrior-Poets (Penguin Books, 2002), for an easily accessible copy.
  5. Devra Kunin trans., A History of Norway and The Passion and Miracles of the Blessed Óláfr, edited with an introduction and notes by Carl Phelpstead (Viking Society for Northern Research, University College London, 2001).

SWEDEN:

Primary Sources:

  1. Adam of Bremen, History of the Archbishops of Hamburg-Bremen, translated by F.J. Tschan and with new introduction by T. Reuter (New York: Columbia University Press, 2002), 208-10, see also The Viking Age: A Reader, second edition, pages 406-7.

DENMARK:

Primary Sources:

  1. Adam of Bremen, History of the Archbishops of Hamburg-Bremen, translated by F.J. Tschan and with new introduction by T. Reuter (New York: Columbia University Press, 2002), 49-51, 55-57. This source concerns the conversion of the Danes under Harald Bluetooth, see also The Viking Age: A Reader, second edition, pages 383-86. For more about the Church of Norway, see pages 214-15 of Bremen.

ALL (GENERAL):

Primary Sources:

  1. C.H. Robinson trans., Anskar: The Apostle of the North, 801-865, translated from the Vita Anskarii by Bishop Rimbert his fellow missionary and successor (London 1921); revised by P.E. Dutton, Carolingian Civilization, 2nd ed. (Peterborough, ON: Broadview Press, 2004), 407-40. The sections most relevant to the North can also be found in The Viking Age: A Reader, second edition, pages 372-83.

Secondary Sources:

  1. John Haywood, “The Early Scandinavian Church” in The Penguin Historical Atlas of the Viking Age (London: Penguin Books, 1995), 132-33.
  2. Margaret Cormack, “Christian Biography,” in A Companion to Old Norse-Icelandic Literature and Culture, edited by Rory McTurk (Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing, 2007), 27-42.
  3. Katrina Attwood, “Christian Poetry,” in A Companion to Old Norse-Icelandic Literature and Culture, edited by Rory McTurk (Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing, 2007), 43-63.
  4. Svanhildur Óskarsson, “Prose of Christian Instruction,” in A Companion to Old Norse-Icelandic Literature and Culture, edited by Rory McTurk (Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing, 2007), 338-52.
  5. James C. Russel, The Germanization of Early Medieval Christianity: A Sociohistorical Approach to Religious Transformation (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1996).
  6. Sverre Bagge, Cross and Scepter: The Rise of the Scandinavian Kingdoms from the Vikings to the Reformation (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2014).
  7. Anders Winroth, The Conversion of Scandinavia: Vikings, Merchants, and Missionaries in the Remaking of Northern Europe (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2011). See him and a few of his other works on this page.
  8. Tracy Marie Legel, “The introduction of Christianity into Scandinavia, Iceland, and Finland” (2006). Electronic theses and Dissertations. Paper 810.

Unfortunately my academic bias does show a bit in this list, for I am primarily a historian of Iceland (and thus also of Norway), which is why most of the resources that I know about are for those regions specifically (but also where much of our native literature survives from). I also have not included other potential areas for research that you may find useful, such as several sections of sagas that concern religion and conversion. I omitted these potential resources because it would be far too expensive for you to acquire those sagas just to read a small portion of the overall tale. One such example would be The Tale of Thorvald the Far-Travelled, which I have personally used in a paper regarding Christian attitudes about feud and similar violent behavior in Iceland. It is not easy, however, to obtain an English translation of that work, and so it would not be fruitful for me to include it.

I have also not included several articles that have been written by scholars, for I cannot assume that you have proper access to such academic journals. I could, however, provide you with a few of their names if you believe that would be useful for you — but do feel free to investigate any of the scholars above for even more resources!

I also must admit, for the sake of friendly conversation, that this is a subject that has grown more prevalent in my mind recently. It cannot be helped, for I too find the introduction of Christianity to the medieval North to be a fascinating subject. That said, I do hope for the best in your studies; I’d be open to discussion if you ever felt the need or desire to do so.

I hope for the best in your research, and may you be enlightened by whatever wisdom that may befall you in such a quest.

Bonā fidē,
(In good faith,)
— Fjörn

Fluffy Fridays—Chapter 105: The Next Phase of the Operation

Fluffy Fridays—Chapter 105: The Next Phase of the Operation

Pairing:  Captain Swan

Rating: T

Summary:  A series of unrelated, fluffy one shots featuring  Killian Jones and Emma Swan and the relationship that makes us all  swoon. Will contain both canon and AU stories. My contribution to  Operation Rainbow Kisses and Unicorn Stickers (aka, my attempt to drown  out the season 4 finale angst with ridiculous levels of fluff.)

Missed the beginning? ( 1) ( 2) ( 3) ( 4) ( 5) (6) ( 7) ( 8) ( 9) ( 10) ( 11) ( 12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) (25) (26) (27) (28) (29) (30) (31) (32) (33) (34) (35) (36) (37) (38) (39) (40) (41) (42) (43) (44) (45) (46) (47) (48) (49) (50) (51) (52) (53) (54) (55) (56) (57) (58) (59) (60) (61) (62) (63) (64) (65) (66) (67) (68) (69) (70) (71) (72) (73) (74) (75) (76) (77) (78) (79) (80) (81) (82) (83) (84) (85) (86) (87) (88) (89) (90) (91) (92) (93) (94) (95) (96) (97) (98) (99) (100) (101) (102) (103) (104)

Tagging a few people who may be interested: @sailormew4@annaamell@flslp87@emmateo26@fleurreads @doracianstormrose@mermaidswans@bethacaciakay@ultraluckycatnd@allfangirlallthetime@effulgentcolors, @ilovemesomekillianjones@kat2609@brooke-to-broch@missgymgirl @hellomommanerd @galadriel26 @the-lady-of-misthaven@charmingturkeysandwich@jennjenn615 @laschatzi@kimmy46@snowbellewells@iamanneenigma @daxx04 @lapi-lazuli@nickillian @a-rose-for-a-savior @in-spirational @gillie@manic-pixiefangirl @britishguyslover@ginnyjinxedandhanshotritafirst@nofeels@holmes-a-holic@kmomof4 @linda8084

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CS Genre: Deleted scene from 6b

Killian rolled over in bed, propped himself up on his bad arm and just looked down at Emma.  She lay sleeping peacefully, her hair piled up on top of her head in a messy knot, her mouth slightly open, her hands tucked beneath her head as she lay on her side facing him.  She wore an over-sized t-shirt and a pair of baggy pajama bottoms to bed, but even so she was the most beautiful woman he’d ever seen.

Waves of love crashed over him, and he couldn’t stop himself from reaching over and tucking a small fly-away strand of hair behind her ear, his hand resting on her soft, smooth cheek for a moment longer than strictly necessary.

Emma smiled slightly in her sleep, murmured his name and then scooted closer to him.  Killian smiled gently to himself, lying back down and gathering her to him until his chest pillowed her head, and her hand covered his heart.  It was her favorite way to sleep.  She said it brought her comfort to hear him breathing, to feel the beat of his heart, to know that he was still there with her.

He would always be there with her.

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“19 Giorni” (19天) by: Old Xian
English translation by: Yaoi-BLCD

La traduzione non ha scopo di lucro. L'intenzione è far conoscere le strisce e l'autore originale agli italiani.

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Evening the Score Masterpost

This will be the master post for Evening the Score. All pages will be archived here and each page will be linked back to this page. 

Chapter 1
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Chapter 2
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Chapter 3
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Chapter 4
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Fluffy Fridays—Chapter 100: The (Delayed) Wedding Night

Fluffy Fridays—Chapter 100: The (Delayed) Wedding Night

Pairing:  Captain Swan

Rating: T

Summary:  A series of unrelated, fluffy one shots featuring  Killian Jones and Emma Swan and the relationship that makes us all  swoon. Will contain both canon and AU stories. My contribution to  Operation Rainbow Kisses and Unicorn Stickers (aka, my attempt to drown  out the season 4 finale angst with ridiculous levels of fluff.)

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Tagging a few people who may be interested: @sailormew4@annaamell@flslp87@emmateo26@fleurreads @doracianstormrose@mermaidswans@bethacaciakay@ultraluckycatnd@allfangirlallthetime@effulgentcolors, @ilovemesomekillianjones@kat2609@brooke-to-broch@missgymgirl @hellomommanerd @galadriel26 @the-lady-of-misthaven@charmingturkeysandwich@jennjenn615 @laschatzi@kimmy46@snowbellewells@iamanneenigma @daxx04 @lapi-lazuli@nickillian @a-rose-for-a-savior @in-spirational @gillie@manic-pixiefangirl @britishguyslover@ginnyjinxedandhanshotritafirst@nofeels@holmes-a-holic@kmomof4 @linda8084

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Originally posted by captainswanouat

CS Genre: Deleted Scene (6x22—between the end of the final battle and the Happy Ending montage)

Note: This story was originally published as the first chapter of “The Honeymoon”.

“An ending isn’t happiness,” Snow said, eyes shining with hope and joy, “being together is.”

Emma’s heart turned over as she hugged Killian, her husband to her with one arm and held Henry’s hand with the other.  They’d done it.  They’d defeated the Black Fairy.  They’d won the final battle. 

And she was still alive—she and all her loved ones.  No more fear hanging over them, no more prophecies of doom and death, no more evil to defeat.  Just peace and happiness and love.

It was like waking up to bright sunshine after the worst nightmare of her life.  The after effects of pain and fear were there, but far more substantial was the relief.  Emma felt the tears gather at the back of her eyes as the adrenaline began to wear off and the emotion took its place.

Killian gave her a tender, knowing look.  He understood; he always understood.

“Well it’s been a thrilling day as always,” he said with a cocky grin, “but I do believe my lovely bride and myself are owed a wedding night, and since we were forced to spend the actual night of our nuptials in separate realms, tonight is a more than adequate substitute.”

David grumbled good-naturedly about things he didn’t need to know, while Henry pantomimed getting sick before very pointedly informing the family that he’d be staying with Regina for the next month or so until he was sure he wouldn’t be scarred for life at the Swan-Jones house.

Killian grinned, giving Emma a salacious look from hooded eyes.  “Shall we, love?”

Emma smiled, loving the playfulness in his expression.  “We shall.”

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