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All these aus of the TF2 characters time traveling and fighting with the Overwatch heroes is all good and nice, but what if it’s the other side around.

The Overwatch characters have to go to 1960 and have to dress up in the 60′s clothes
The Overwatch characters are forced to share a base in the middle of the desert
The Overwatch characters having to get used of the fighting style and having nothing else than Mann Co weapons 

Gladiator Heads? Mystery of Trove of British Skulls Solved

A trove of skulls and other body parts unearthed in the heart of London may have once belonged to Roman gladiators, war captives or criminals, a new study suggests.

The remains, described in the January issue of the Journal of Archaeological Science, belonged to about 40 men, mostly ages 25 to 35, and were marred by violence: cheek fractures, blunt-force trauma to the head, decapitation and injuries from sharp weapons, said study co-author Rebecca Redfern, a curator and bioarchaeologist at the Museum of London. Read more.

BatWar on Women released their eponymous album on Bridge Nine Records on Tuesday, February 9, following up on their 2012 EP release Improvised Weapons. The co-ed group of five musicians—comprised of Potter on vocals, guitarists Brooks Harlan and Nancy Hornburg, bassist Suzanne Werner, and drummer Evan Tanner—play heavy metal riffs that hook listeners with their striking attention to details and melodies.

The band name struck Potter as “really fucking punk.“ “I’m not going to dance around the fact that there is a war on women. I’m not implying it. I’m telling you,” she pronounces.

Throughout the 11-song album War on Women, Potter verbalizes her opinions as bluntly as punk did in its heyday. But Potter is quick to differentiate herself and her band’s musical leanings from either old-school punk or riot grrrl. War on Women recently toured with the heavy, anarchistic group Propagandhi. She cites her own musical influences of thrash and her love of early Metallica.

“I mean, me and Nancy listen to Rihanna,” she also says with a little laugh. “But I don’t know if that comes across in a guitar line!”

Continue reading about feminist hardcore band War on Women at BitchMedia.org.

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David Cameron has said that he would use nuclear weapons
David Cameron has said there are circumstances in which he would launch a nuclear attack on another country. The PM described nuclear bombs as “the ultimate insurance policy” and said the attack could be “justified”. Mr Cameron’s statement comes after Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said he would not use nuclear bombs on another country’s population.

ah yes, an insurance policy

you know, when you put a little aside each month so that if there’s an emergency you can simply vapourise all life on earth in a thermonuclear inferno 

tbh danse probably loves u entering and exiting power armor + modding your weapons and armor cos he values intelligence and resourcefulness

with the time jumps in fast traveling between entering/exiting the armor it’s been hrs so he’s probably still excited over the fact you favor that bulky armor like he does where as with modding weapons and such, the brotherhood mostly favors prewar tech like laser and plasma weapons but they’re pragmatic at heart and he sees the SS modding away at their base armor and weapons to make them stronger or faster or w/e the situation calls for as fucking incredible and is genuinely impressed and proud of how smart you are

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Modern art was CIA 'weapon'
For decades in art circles it was either a rumour or a joke, but now it is confirmed as a fact. The Central Intelligence Agency used American modern art - including the works of such artists as Jackson Pollock, Robert Motherwell, Willem de Kooning and Mark Rothko - as a weapon in the Cold War. In the manner of a Renaissance prince - except that it acted secretly - the CIA fostered and promoted American Abstract Expressionist painting around the world for more than 20 years.

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Photograph taken during a lull in the fighting on the first day - 23 August 1966. Front row (L-R): Howard Blair, Harold Kline, Danny Hall with weapon (ASA Green Beret), CO William Harp (in hat) and Top Sgt. Ted Boody (in white shoes) behind unknown Montagnard. In the back are (L-R): Unknown Montagnard, team medic Danny Shepherd, Roland Vas (already wounded in right arm), team XO Lt. Anthony Ayers (already wounded in face) and unknown Montagnard.

(Photo: © James Alward)

Gladiator Heads? Mystery of Trove of British Skulls Solved

A trove of skulls and other body parts unearthed in the heart of London may have once belonged to Roman gladiators, war captives or criminals, a new study suggests.The remains, described in the January issue of the Journal of Archaeological Science, belonged to about 40 men, mostly ages 25 to 35, and were marred by violence: cheek fractures, blunt-force trauma to the head, decapitation and injuries from sharp weapons, said study co-author Rebecca Redfern, a curator and bioarchaeologist at the Museum of London. 

Old find

Great Britain’s ancient cities are littered with archaeological treasures, many of which are often dug up accidentally prior to construction. For instance, in 2013, the burial site of King Richard III was found under a parking lot in Leicester, England, and in April 2013, a medieval knight’s tomb was uncovered under a Scottish parking lot. The new site was excavated in 1988 prior to construction, and the skulls and remains of 40 people, along with scrap leather, were found at a marshy site in a pit. During the Roman period, the area, near the London Wall, was filled with small timber workshops where shoemakers toiled. The site was also close to an amphitheater, and because of its proximity to a stream, it had religious and ritual purposes as well, Redfern said. Due to a lack of funding, the skulls were never thoroughly analyzed but were instead taken to the Museum of London, where they languished for decades.

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