king of liberty

Representative John Lewis remembers when he first met Martin Luther King, Jr. during a discussion this summer with artist Danny Lyon. Lewis and Lyon first met in the 1960s, when Lewis was serving as chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and Lyon was a principal photographer of the Southern Civil Rights Movement and a staff member of SNCC. Watch more.

Hamilton characters and their most used emojis

Alexander: 🙃. As in “bruuh i havent slept in 168 hours because of this fucking financial plan what is my life 🙃🙃🙃” Or 🍆 ‘cause he’s a fuckboy

Angelica: 🙄😤 Example: “i told you to take a break, but nooo 🙄😤😤”

Burr: 🤔😐 Also he’s the kind of person that sends a vaguely threatening text and then adds 😂 so people will think he’s kidding.

Jefferson: 😎😏

Eliza: 😘😍👪

Peggy: 😜

Maria: 🦄🦋

John Laurens: 🍻🏳️‍🌈🐢

Herc: 🐴💐😛

Lafayette: 😏💪🏾🎉

Charles Lee: 😒😒😒

Philip: 🌞☺️

Washington: 🤦🏽‍♂️🤛🏽

Madison: 🤧🤕😷

KG3: 😡😱🤤

Idea by @yay4hamlet you’re cool

Prince Keith's Party Route
  • King of Liberty: And the future Queen of Liberty is……LAUUURA!!!!!!!
  • King of Liberty: ……………
  • King of Liberty: I have to appologize….the first runner up is LAURA! The future Queen of Liberty is MCCCCCC!!!!!!!
  • King of Liberty: Let me take control of this. This is exactly what’s on the card *camera zooms on the card in the king’s hand.* It was my mistake and I will take full responsibility for it. It was on the card. A horrible mistake but still it was a great night.

Podcasts I’m caught up on:
- Darkest Night
- The Magnus Archive
- Mabel
- The Orbiting Human Circus (of the air)
- Radiation World
- The Bridge
- Tales of THATTOWN
- Hector vs The Future
- The Deep Vault
- The Penumbra Podcast
- The Lift
- We’re Alive
- The Night Time Podcast
- You Are Here
- Small Town Horror
- Return Home
- Uncanny County
- Greater Boston
- The Rogue’s Gallery
- Supervillain Corner
- Qwerpline
- Alba Salix, Royal Physician
- Archive 81
- Flash Forward
- Lore
- Unexplained
- The Mythology Podcast
- Scared?
- Mysterious Universe
- Bizarre States
- Astonishing Legends
- Serial
- Spire
- Tanis
- The Black Tapes
- Kakos Industries
- EOS10
- Welcome to Night Vale
- Alice isn’t Dead
- Within the Wires
- Liberty
- King Falls AM
- Limetown
- The Elysium Project
- The Meat Blockade
- Wooden Overcoats
- Thrilling Adventure Hour
- Detective
- The Message
- LifeAfter
- The Behemoth
- Help Me

Podcasts I need to catch up on:
- The Cleansed
- Freed
- Counter Worlds
- Harry Strange
- MarsCorp
- Big Data
- We’re Alive: Lockdown
- The Bright Sessions
- Stuff to Blow Your Mind
- Myths and Legends
- Real Ghost Stories Online
- Anything Ghost Show
- The Generation Why Podcast
- Wolf 359
- Stuff You Should Know
- Hidden Almanac
- Our Fair City
- No Sleep Podcast
- Hadron Gospel Hour
- Sable
- Jim Robbie and the Wanderers

Podcasts I need to listen to:
- A New Winter
- Diary of A Madman
- Subject: Found
- Atheist Apocalypse
- Strange N Unusual Podcast
- The Falcon Banner
- A Twilight World of Ultimate Smoothness
- Ruby: The Adventures of A Galactic Gumshoe
- The Moonlight Road
- The Ozarks Explored
- Histories of the UNEXPECTED
- Dead City
- Dark Tome

If you have any more recommendations or you want to talk about any please hmu!

The Podcasts I Listen To

(my favorites are italicized)

  • The Adventure Zone
  • The Alexandria Archives
  • Alice Isn’t Dead
  • Big Data
  • The Bridge
  • The Bright Sessions
  • Darkest Night
  • The Elysium Project
  • EOS 10
  • Freed
  • Greater Boston
  • Hello From the Magic Tavern
  • Inkwyrm
  • Jim Robbie and the Wanderers
  • Kakos Industries
  • King Falls AM
  • Lake Clarity
  • Liberty
  • Mabel
  • My Brother, My Brother, And Me
  • The Orphans
  • The Penumbra Podcast
  • Return Home
  • Rover Red: Alone in Apocalypse
  • SPINES Podcast
  • The Strange Case of Starship Iris
  • strange N unusual Podcast
  • Tales of THATTOWN
  • Thrilling Adventure Hour
  • Uncanny County
  • Welcome to Night Vale
  • Within the Wires
  • Wolf 359

June 15th 1215: Magna Carta sealed

On this day in 1215, King John of England put his ‘Great Seal’ on the Magna Carta (‘The Great Charter’) at Runnymede. The charter required the King to respect the liberties of the barons and, crucially, stated that everybody, even the king, is subject to the law. The Magna Carta was the result of political crisis, as the feudal barons had rebelled against the king - even capturing London - and forced him to accept the charter to ensure their privileges and curtail royal power. However, the charter’s declaration of equality before the law and right to a fair trial makes it a vital piece of the history of British democracy.  It was certainly limited, as its famous provisions securing legal rights of ‘free men’ would only have applied to an elite few. The Magna Carta also failed to cease hostilities between King John and the barons, as John’s reluctance to implement the charter led to civil war between the groups. The charter was largely rewritten by various monarchs through the years, though some of the original clauses remain law today, making it a key part of Britain’s uncodified constitution. Despite its limitations, the Magna Carta remains a crucial piece of British history, marking a defence against tyrannical power and assurance of individual liberties.

800 years ago today

Benjamin Thomas Barnes

-Moments of 2O14