dammed event

anonymous asked:

Do u have any sort of a timeline for summer of d&p Life Things? Like I know it's totally just for fun but like about when they'd move house/ announce anything/ finally get a got dam dog/ any events they have said yes to like maybe japan?

i think in april they are going to hong kong *cough* japan and then australia. may/june is moving. maybe august there’s a cheeky dog (shibe or corgi) in the mix. dan will get a new piano in october

I don’t know weather to cry or be impressed at the audacity of Moffat calling Rose Tyler a mary sue.  That giving us extra special almost Time Lord River Song who is the total soul mate of the Doctor.  Then extra special super impossible Clara Oswald that saved all the Doctors and whose puppy eyes convinced the Doctor to basically change history time lock events be dammed.

okay i need yall to check in with me like every five seconds to make sure im actually doing this shit

to do:

- eat dinner
- smoke

- take meds
- finish events post
- write lit-fest preview
- write DAM summer events blurb
- bleach and re-dye hair

Brazil dams burst: ‘Hopes of finding survivors fading’

Hopes of finding survivors of mudslides and floods on Thursday in Brazil are fading, the governor of Minas Gerais state has said.

A huge wall of red sludge descended on the south-eastern village of Bento Rodrigues when two dams holding waste water from an iron ore mine collapsed.

Hundreds of rescue workers continue to search for 28 people who are missing feared dead.

The authorities have confirmed the death of one person.

Two other bodies have been retrieved, but officials are not sure whether their deaths were connected to the breach of the dams on Thursday afternoon.

They will carry out DNA tests to check if they are related to the 13 mine workers and 15 residents, including five children, who are missing.

“It is unlikely that the thirteen workers who were at the dams will be found alive. We have to accept that,” said the governor of Minas Gerais, Fernando Pimentel.

“The other 15 are missing and someone might eventually be located somewhere else, perhaps in a nearby village. But as time goes on, our hopes are fading,” he added.

Residents complained of not being warned once the Fundao and Santarem dams collapsed.

Many saved their lives by running to higher ground when they heard the noise of the approaching sludge.

The mine is owned by Vale and BHP Billiton and is operated by Samarco.

Samarco head Ricardo Vescovi told the AFP news agency that to the best of his knowledge, Brazilian law does not require an emergency alarm for dam failures.

The authorities approved the company’s emergency response plan, he said.

The authorities say there is no risk of a third dam in the area collapsing.

'Poisonous mud’

The thick red mud surge engulfed cars and lorries, and destroyed homes shortly after the dams collapsed.

The floodwaters and mud have reached towns up to 70km (40 miles) away, local media report.

There are fears that the iron ore residue in the mud poses a health risk.

More than 500 people lived in Bento Rodrigues, which lies about 7km (four miles) south of the burst dams.

It is part of Mariana, an old colonial town and a major tourist attraction in Brazil.

Mine owners Samarco does not have information on the environmental impact of the dam bursts, a spokesman told the Reuters news agency.

The cause of the breach is not yet known.

The authorities are investigating whether low-intensity tremors registered in the area on Thursday could have played a part in the tragedy.

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