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@markiplier, I know this is gonna sound like the other millions of posts you’ve seen, but honestly your words are falling on deaf ears Mark. Tumblr is a horrible place full of bigots and horrible people. As much as I like being a user there are far too many people who leech onto drama like this just for kicks. 

I love you and Jack both very much, I know you both could never be two cold hearted people. I know Felix isn’t either. He made a mistake and he’s now paying the consequences. 

Again however, please don’t waste your time setting people right on this website they could go on forever how “you’re a horrible person” and “evil”.

Please just focus on making others happy, it’s what you do best. If they can’t see that then that’s their issue.

Good luck Mark, I’m with you all the way.

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What did the Romans ever do for us? by Tony
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An Underground forest of columns supporting the underground cistern, the water collection for the Roman city.

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What did the Romans ever do for us? by Tony
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Roman Sarcophagus in the Archiology Museum in Istanbul.

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Galata Köprüsü by Tony
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Bridge over the Golden Horn

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What did the Romans ever do for us? by Tony
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Grand stairway in the archiological Museum in Istanbul showing a Roman Bass Relief of Medusa. The three Gorgon sisters—Medusa, Stheno, and Euryale—were all children of the ancient marine deities Phorcys.

Levet’s voice boomed from the voice projector in his helmet. Etain could have sworn that nearby branches shivered.

“Go back to your farms and get ready to leave, all of you. Report to the landing strip in seventy-two hours. Don’t make this any harder than it is.”

“For you, or for us?” someone yelled from the crowd. “Would you abandon everything you had and start again?”

“I’d willingly trade places with you,” Levet said. “But I don’t have the option.”

Etain couldn’t help but be more interested in the clone commander for a moment. It was an odd comment, but she felt that he meant it, and that unsettled her. She was used to seeing Darman and the other commandos as comrades with needs and aspirations that nobody else expected them to have, but she’d never heard a regular trooper openly express a wish for something beyond the GAR. It was uniquely poignant.

They’d all rather be somewhere else even if they’re not sure what it is. All of them, like Dar, like me, like anyone.

She felt Levet’s brief embarrassment at his own frankness. But there was no gesture or head movement to indicate to anyone else that he was being literal.

[…] Etain had to ask. “Would you really swap places with a farmer?”

Levet shrugged. But his casual gesture didn’t fool her Jedi senses. “Farming looks quite challenging. I like the open spaces.”

Republic Commando: True Colors, Karen Traviss

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What did the Romans ever do for us? by Tony
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Pedastal for an Egyptian Obelisk re-erected in the Hippodrome of Constantinople . The marble pedestal had bas-reliefs dating to the time of the obelisk’s re-erection in Constantinople. On one face Theodosius I is shown offering the crown of victory to the winner in the chariot races, framed between arches and Corinthian columns, with happy spectators, musicians and dancers assisting in the ceremony. In the bottom right of this scene is the water organ of Ctesibius and on the left another instrument.