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Signs as popular tv series
  • Aries:Game Of Thrones
  • Taurus:Orange Is The New Black
  • Gemini:Vikings
  • Cancer:That 70's Show
  • Leo:Big Bang Theory
  • Virgo:The Walking Dead
  • Libra:Supernatural
  • Scorpio:Breaking Bad
  • Sagittarius:American Horror Story
  • Capricorn:How I met your mother
  • Aquarius:Grey's Anatomy
  • Pisces:Friends

Fast Facts

Libra is represented by the scales. Libra is an air sign and cardinal, and is ruled by the planet Venus. Libra dates from September 23 to October 22. Their sister sign is Aries. They are fair, friendly, outgoing, intelligent, indecisive, and peace-loving. 

Fictional Libras

Ben Harmon from American Horror Story: Murder House

Ben Wyatt from Parks and Recreation

Captain America from Marvel Comics

Captain Britain from Marvel Comics

Cat Woman from D.C. Comics

Cher Horowitz from Clueless

Claire Standish from The Breakfast Club

Daisy Buchanan from The Great Gatsby

Doctor James Wilson from House M.D.

Doctor Spencer Reid from Criminal Minds

Effie Trinket from The Hunger Games

Erwin Smith from Attack on Titan

Gloria McDermott from American Horror Story: Freak Show

Gretchen Weiners from Mean Girls

Harry Morgan from Dexter

Kit Walker from American Horror Story: Asylum

Lady Rainicorn from Adventure Time

Lorna Morello from Orange is the New Black

Luke Skywalker from Star Wars

Marge Simpson from The Simpsons

Maritza Ramos from Orange is the New Black

Maxxie Oliver from Skins UK

Meredith Grey from Grey’s Anatomy

Minerva McGonagall from Harry Potter

Mulan from Disney’s Mulan

Ned Stark from Game of Thrones

Princess Leia from Star Wars

Queen of Hearts from Alice in Wonderland

Sailor Venus from Sailor Moon

Squirt from Finding Nemo

Superwoman from DC Comics

Third Doctor from Doctor Who

Thor from Marvel Comics

Real Life Libras

Avril Lavigne - Musician

Bruno Mars - Musician

Confucius - Philosopher

Halsey - Musician

Julie Andrews - Actress

Kim Kardashian - TV Personality

Lil Wayne - Musician

Mahatma Gandhi - Activist

Neil deGrasse Tyson - Scientist

Ralph Lauren - Fashion Designer

Serena Williams - Athlete

Simon Cowell - TV Personality

Snoop Dogg - Musician

Will Smith - Actor

Zac Efron - Actor

anonymous asked:

I'm sorry but I feel it needs to be said-they put on so many American shows (which yeah I understand because it's bigger) but hardly any uk shows yet we don't complain, but so many American fans are complaining because the venue choices are bad. I don't want to offend anyone and I don't mean to sound rude or mean but I feel like fans should be more grateful that you get that many shows, U.K. fans only got seven.

I get it as they’re a British band but it really is just about geography and the us being so much bigger, there’s a lot more ground to cover. For context the whole of England is slightly smaller than Alabama, a state they’re doing one date in. But yes enough complaining about venues we lucky X
American Gods TV show: All you need to know
Ricky Whittle leads Bryan Fuller's new series.

After George RR Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire novels proved such a success as a TV show in Game of Thrones, the hunt is on for the next big book-to-small-screen hit, especially in the fantasy genre. Not only do we have Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials on the way on the BBC, but we also have Neil Gaiman’s American Gods.

His 2001 novel will be hitting our screens on Starz in 2017, so here is absolutely all there is to know about the much-anticipated series:

American Gods plot: What is it all about?

Gaiman’s original novel is a mixture of Americana, fantasy, and ancient and modern mythology, and centres around the mysterious Shadow, a taciturn convict who is released from prison early after his wife and best friend die in a car accident, leaving him alone. Several themes in the book were previously seen in his comic series The Sandman.

The TV series also focuses on Shadow’s post-prison life after serving three years for bank robbery. Arriving home for the funeral of his wife Laura, he is seated next to a man who introduces himself as Mr Wednesday, who somehow knows more about Shadow’s life than could be possible.

Shadow soon learns that Wednesday is actually the god Odin of Norse mythology, and that all of the gods that mankind has ever believed in are in fact alive in human form. Shadow finds himself amongst a conflict between the old gods and the supposed “new gods” - the gods of money and technology, who believe their elders should leave Earth.


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GERMANY. Nordhausen. April 1945. Mittelbau-Dora concentration camp. A series of posts for all the Nazi apologists and Holocaust revisionists/negationists. [Part 2 of 5]

(1) (2) (3) Hundreds of bodies clad in grey and white striped prison uniforms are laid out in rows at Mittelbau-Dora concentration camp. This is what US troops found after they took control of the camp.

(4) (5) (6) Supervised by American soldiers, German civilians from the town of Nordhausen bury the corpses of prisoners found at the Mittelbau-Dora concentration camp in mass graves. The Allies insisted that the male citizens of Nordhausen bury the dead. Although the German civilians denied knowledge of the conditions in the camps, the Allies suspected they were fully aware of the situation. The camps and tunnels were less than two miles from the town of Nordhausen.

(7) A survivor shows American soldiers one of the crematoriums of Mittelbau-Dora.

Photographs: United States Army Signal Corps/Library of Congress/United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Mittelbau-Dora (aka Dora-Mittelbau, Nordhausen and Nordhausen-Dora) was a German Nazi concentration camp located near Nordhausen in Germany. It was established in late summer 1943 as a subcamp of Buchenwald concentration camp, supplying labour for extending the nearby tunnels in the Kohnstein and for manufacturing the V-2 rocket and the V-1 flying bomb. In the summer of 1944, Mittelbau became an independent concentration camp with numerous subcamps of its own.

There were no sanitary facilities except for barrels that served as latrines. Inmates (the majority of them from the Soviet Union, Poland or France) died from hunger, thirst, cold and overwork. The prisoners were subject to extreme cruelty. As a result they often suffered injuries, including permanent disability and disfigurement, and death. Severe beatings were routine, as was deliberate starvation, torture and summary executions. Common causes of death also included tuberculosis, pneumonia, starvation, dysentery, and trauma.

In early April 1945, as US troops were advancing, the SS decided to evacuate most of the Mittelbau camps. In great haste and with considerable brutality, the inmates were forced to board box cars. Several trains, each with thousands of prisoners, left the area through 6 April for Bergen-Belsen, Sachsenhausen and Ravensbrück (other concentration camps). Others were forced to walk through the Harz hills towards the northeast. Those unable to keep up with these death marches were summarily shot by the guards. The worst atrocity occurred at Gardelegen, known as the Gardelegen massacre. More than 1,000 prisoners from Mittelbau and Neuengamme subcamps were murdered in a barn that was set on fire. Those who were not burned alive were shot by SS, Wehrmacht and men of the Volkssturm.

Overall, although no reliable statistics on the number of deaths on these transports exist, estimates put the number of prisoners killed at up to 8,000.

As most of the camps of the Mittelbau system were completely evacuated, there were not many prisoners left alive to be liberated by the Allies. Only some small subcamps, mostly containing Italian POWs were not evacuated. The SS also left several hundred sick prisoners at Dora and in the Boelcke-Kaserne. They were freed when US troops reached Nordhausen on 11 April 1945. There were also around 1,300 dead prisoners at the barracks.

War correspondents took pictures and made films of the dead and dying prisoners at Dora. Like the documentation of Nazi atrocities at Bergen-Belsen, these were published around the globe and became some of the best-known testimonies of Nazi crimes.

The protective-custody camp leader, SS-Obersturmfuhrer Hans Karl Moeser, was sentenced to death by hanging. In his trial statement he said:

“The same way, with the same pleasure, as you shoot deer, I shoot a human being. When I came to the SS and had to shoot the first three persons, my food didn’t taste good for three days, but today it is a pleasure. It is a joy for me.”

In total, even conservative estimates put the number of people who did not survive being sent to Mittelbau-Dora at over 20,000. Thus, around one in three of those confined here did not survive.

Today, the site hosts a memorial and museum.


F.R.I.E.N.D.S- Gifs which explain each character.

Some of my favourite quotes.
Amanda:“Wouldn’t you believe it, i’ve never had any professional dance training.”
Pheobe:“If you would like to receive emails about my upcoming shows, then please give me money so i can buy a computer.”
Rachel:“Ah.. Salmon skin roll.”
Ross:“If you’re going to call me names, I would prefer ross, the Divorce Force, it’s just cooler”
Pheobe:“It’s like telling Monica, hey you like things clean.”
Chandler:“It’s Miss Chanandlor Bong.”