buttered, and broiled, with dressing of bread crumbs, cheese and more
crabmeat. Lightly splashed with Sherry. Served with melted butter,
seasoned with garlic and parsley.
CAPTAIN FRANK’S SEA FOOD HOUSE
be reached by land, sea, or air. On Cleveland’s E. 9th St. Pier,
adjacent to the Downtown Airport, and only 300 ft. from ballgames at
Cleveland Stadium. While waiting for the finest, most delightful dinner
on Lake Erie’s shores, Cap'n Frank invites you for a ride on his yacht.
Varied menu features fish, fresh caught from Cap'n Frank’s boats. Ample
i. the man who lives forever // lord huron ii. brighter than gold // cat empire iii. challengers // the new pornographers iv. parachute (acoustic) // ingrid michaelson v. bloody shirt // to kill a king vi. to darkness // mumford & sons vii. crystalised // the xx viii. majesty // warpaint ix. i’ll never let go // snow patrol x. all is well (it’s only blood) // radical face xi. centuries // headlights headlights
This fine piece of man is the one and only Leif Eriksson (Pronounced: Lead Eric-son) . Yeah, the one with the holiday in Spongebob. Its real thing people. October 9th, Leif E
Now, Leif was the son of Eric(Erick) the red, the sneaky bastard who founded Greenland and named it so wrongly to trick people to move in. Leif traveled to Norway, where he was converted into Christianity.
The viking hunk was the one to discover Vinland, which would later be called North America. Yep. Leif-y boy here found America before Columbus. And did he cause any trouble? Nu-uh. He stayed the winter there before returning home. Didn’t start any fights, didn’t try to take anything over.
After that there were only a few attempts by other Vikings to settle in Vinland, all failed due to problems with the natives.
So story made short: This adorable warrior cutie was the first European to set his amazing feet onto North America land, and the last till Columbus accidentally wondered in.
((BONUS FACT: Those silly horned helmets always shown worn by Vikings were popular only in operas. The hunky Vikings never wore ‘em.))
A project I did for my Typography and Layout class. The assignment was to design the alphabet and the numbers 0-9. I chose cartoons as my theme. I used mostly newer shows though there are some classic one thrown in. Note that my 1 and my 4 are swapped, I was more focused on what I was drawing than on where I was drawing ^_^