Ladies and gents, I’ve chanced upon this super rad Facebook page that not only posts videos of “spirits in action” but more importantly livestreams horror movies on quite a regular basis. It’s currently livestreaming the 1st Ju-On movie as I’m typing this - see below.
Only issue that some of you may face is that it mostly deals with Asian horror, and the movies are usually only subtitled in Mandarin. But other than that, it’s all ace. Like I mentioned above, it’s also got a ton of horror videos that you don’t need to speak Mandarin to understand.
One of December’s labors of the month is slaughtering pigs. Never mind for a moment the fantastic liquid state that the hindquarters of this pig seem to exist in, I need to know why the act of animal-slaughtering is so often accompanied by a real inability to wield axes with any semblance of skill.
Manuscript description and digital images can be found here at OPenn.
Fol. 12r, Ms. Codex 1056 Title: [Book of hours [manuscript] : use of Rouen]. Origin: [Rouen, France, ca. 1475]
Mostly because I need to interact with people who are just as crazy about the show (gallavich) as I am because I’ll need someone to cry too on Sunday night since it’s Shameless and we can’t have anything nice ever.
AND, once the page is actually nice and full of hearty, beautiful Shameless lovers I’ll be doing my first ever Shameless giveaway. The giveaway details will be on the page.
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The Intercept contacted nine of the most prominent such firms, from Facebook to Booz Allen Hamilton, to ask if they would sell their services to help create a national Muslim registry, an idea recently resurfaced by Donald Trump’s transition team. Only Twitter said no.