Patrick Nicholas


So I found some interesting lore about some of Daud’s assassins early on in the main story of Dishonored.

Thomas Jordan,
Nicholas Reynes,
Patrick Fagan,
Zachary Clendon,
Kent Hodgson.

“The book can be found in the locked section of The Backyard, through a basement window during the High Overseer Campbell mission.”- Dishonored wikia

A few Grand Prix thoughts

So assignments came out Monday, and we’ve had time to digest retirements, non-retirements, and Jeremy Abbott apparently not retiring but skipping the Grand Prix anyway(if it gets him to Boston, we should be glad for it).  A few thoughts:

Of course the initial rosters and the final lineups for these events can often be very different, thanks to all the withdrawals that happen in the meantime, but…

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Mr. Holmes (2015) Review

Mr. Holmes (2015) Review

An aged Sherlock is seen trying to remember different parts of his life and the final case that stopped him from taking on anymore. But will we ever know exactly how it all ended?


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Anonyme a demandé:

what are names you like for your future kids?

Boy: Aiden, Patrick, Nicholas (but I don’t like the name Nick so I probably won’t use that one)

Girl: Grace (don’t care that it’s my middle name), Reagan (pretty sure I stole this one from tommibinns), Emma, Autumn (I really like Autumn but I still don’t know if I’d actually name my child after it)

Tag 10 people

so was tagged by i-needed-something-new
Name: Alissa
Nickname: Liss/Lissa, Sunshine
Birthday: September 24, 1997
Star Sign: Libra
Height: 5′5″
Favorite color:Pink
Current time: 2:36 pm
Hours I sleep on Average: not enough
Lucky number: 6
Last Google search: Warped Tour 2015 line up Atlanta
Random Word that Comes to My Mind: home
Happy place: My room
Number of blankets I sleep under: 3 or 4 depending on the day
Favorite fictional character: Garnet, Arya Stark, Effy Stonem 
Favorite Famous Person: Patrick Stump
Celebrity Crush: Nicholas Hoult, Kit Harington 
Favorite book: Im not done yet, but I think it might be Valhalla by Ari Back 
Last Movie I Saw: Spy
Dream Trip: European tour or the moon

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The Clegg catastrophe | Patrick Wintour and Nicholas Watt
The long read: Did the Lib Dems sell out their principles — or just lose their way? Patrick Wintour and Nicholas Watt examine the electoral disaster that has nearly destroyed the party
Par Nicholas Watt

I hate how these people come up with all these bullshit reasons for why the Lib Dems got a kicking.

“But I think tuition fees became the mantra you can deploy for a feeling you cannot explain to yourself. If it had not been tuition fees, it would have been health or the bedroom tax – it was driven by a general dislike of politicians, a general disbelief in politicians sticking to their word, and the way in which the smaller partner in a coalition always gets a kicking.” 

“The disaster over the Farage debate was there was a Liberal Democrat leader who was representing the establishment,”

“But the old adage of ‘If you’re in the middle of the road, you might get run over’ operated in spades. We were in the middle of the road without any distinction – we had no visibility jacket on. No one could see us, so we really did get run over.”

You were a pack of bastards the moment you got into government and enthusiastically put twatting about in Westminster above everything else. You put disabled people in front of ATOS and the blood from the suicides is on your hands. Now you’re fucked for a generation and good riddance you cunts.

This made me laugh though

Recently, Clegg was approached by a distressed woman while shopping on his local high street in Putney. Speaking through tears, she told Clegg that his party did not deserve the battering it had received from the British electorate. Buoyed by the heartfelt sympathy from a wellwisher, Clegg told the woman not to worry and thanked her for supporting the Lib Dems – only to be told that she had voted Green.
Deep Inside - Kosakoni - X-Men: First Class (2011) RPF, X-Men: First Class (2011), X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014) [Archive of Our Own]
An Archive of Our Own, a project of the Organization for Transformative Works
Par Organization for Transformative Works

Chapters: 2/2
Fandom: X-Men: First Class (2011) RPF, X-Men: First Class (2011), X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014)
Rating: Mature
Warnings: Creator Chose Not To Use Archive Warnings
Relationships: Michael Fassbender/James McAvoy
Characters: Michael Fassbender, James McAvoy, Hugh Jackman, Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart, Jennifer Lawrence, Nicholas Hoult
Additional Tags: Hurt/Comfort, Friends to Lovers, First Kiss, Michael is a sweetheart

He had missed him so fucking much. His jokes and his gentle kindness in everything. His eyes and his touches. And Michael was … he was always there - in James’ mind. He thought about the moments when he was alone in the hospital, and then at home - always staring at the one number, he wanted so much to call or to send a message to. The only voice he wanted to hear, when he would tell Michael what had happened …

Prompt from luninosity:

James/Michael, hurt/comfort: specifics of plot and setting and emotional versus physical hurt up to you, but prompter has a weakness for hurt!James, and hurt!James trying very hard to nevertheless wave it off and take care of Michael, until Michael finally figures this out.

(if porn happens or not, that’s entirely cool either way; prompter has slight bottom!James preferences, but write what feels right!)

The lesson, Lotinga said, was: “Never go to China if you want to mount a coup.” Cable was completely cut off. “If you go as a government minister, they take your phone off you. He could not phone the people he needed to find out what was going on, and he was entirely reliant on us to be told what was happening back in Britain. He panicked.”
The Clegg catastrophe | Patrick Wintour and Nicholas Watt

Did the Lib Dems sell out their principles — or just lose their way? Patrick Wintour and Nicholas Watt examine the electoral disaster that has nearly destroyed the party

On Thursday 17 April 2014, the Liberal Democrat peer Lord Oakeshott, an old personal friend of the business secretary Vince Cable, sent an email to Cable’s wife, Rachel. It contained the results of a private poll, commissioned by Oakeshott from the respected polling firm ICM, of six Lib Dem seats. It showed that Cable was already trailing in his Twickenham constituency. Oakeshott followed up the email with a text to Cable himself, stressing that his secretary’s discretion could be relied upon and explaining that Cable’s special adviser had “asked me to forward the poll to your wife”. Oakeshott signed off his text: “Happy to discuss on mob now, or we are back home tea time Sunday.”

The timing of the poll, and the surrounding secrecy, was not a coincidence. Oakeshott, a stalwart of the party’s social democratic left wing and a vocal critic of the Tory-Lib Dem coalition’s economic policies, had long been a political opponent of Nick Clegg. The Liberal Democrat leader was on the brink of an expected disaster in local and European elections the following month – the voters’ roar of disapproval at his decision to go into coalition with the Conservatives. Oakeshott regarded the forthcoming electoral drubbing as the last chance to remove Clegg, whom he had long seen as a political disaster for the party. “It felt like the scene in Far from the Madding Crowd when the sheep charge over the hill together,” Oakeshott recalled. “I thought ‘Oh my God, this is it’. In the face of all available evidence – in council elections, byelections and opinion polls – there was collective self-delusion, and the party was going to press ahead to disaster.”

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'Roomy' Blue Origin Capsule Provides Incredible Space Tourist Experience | Animation

Former NASA astronauts Jeff Ashby and Nicholas Patrick explain the experience amongst stunning imagery of the flight of the Blue Origin Rocket. #UFOS #OVNIS