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Sick Louis // Larry

Louis got home from the studio sweaty, but freezing, and he felt sick to his stomach, and not because of his disorder. He felt bad about interrupting Harry’s time with Zayn, but Harry wanted to see him. So he turned some light music on and buried himself in the sheets, shivering.

Murder Weapon Asks
  • Gun:Do you like pokemon go?
  • Knife:What scent best describes you?
  • Car:What imaginary world would you want to live in?
  • Sickle:What's your favorite salty snack?
  • Arrow:What type of book interests you?
  • Spear:What kind of grades do you receive in school?
  • Candlestick:What is your favorite board game?
  • Telephone cord:Are your teeth straight?
  • Baseball bat:Are you a scholar, an athlete or an artist?
  • Poison:When you die do you prefer cremation or burial?
  • Scythe:Cheesecake or ice cream cake?
  • Fists:Do you have a high pain tolerance?
  • Shovel:Do you have any past regrets?
  • Hammer:Do you prefer the outdoors or the indoors?
  • Saw:Do you measure time in songs?
IMPORTANT!!!!

if you’re traveling out of your country to somewhere with a higher altitude please please please get screened to see if you carry sickle cell anemia/hold the trait for sickle cell anemia. a professor my mom’s friends with took her class to Peru and three of her students began to develop symptoms because they held the trait for it!!

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1273254/
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3211898/

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WEAPONS!

So each rider gets a changing weapon this season!

Ex-Aid has a Hammer as the base, which turns into a sword! We almost always have sword weapons but almost NEVER Hammers so I’m pretty happy!

RPG has a sword as well, but instead of changing shape, I guess it changes from fire to ice?

Shooting has a gun ass gun that flips out into being a bigger gun ass gun!

The bike gets a bow that turns into TWO FUCKIN SICKLES

THIS IS THE BEST

greece-is.com
Akrotiri, The Pompeii of the Aegean

Akrotiri was a settlement with stone-paved streets and squares, a prudently designed zoning plan and an advanced sewage system. The houses were two- and three-story, built with stone and mud. The ground floors housed craftsmen’s workshops and storerooms, mainly for food. The rooms of the upper stories were bathed in natural light streaming in through large windows. Most walls were decorated with elaborate paintings depicting people, animals and plants. The furniture was wooden and the loom was an essential household item, used by the lady of the house to weave the family’s clothes. The inhabitants were traders, artisans, mariners, farmers, stock breeders and craftsmen. They kept flocks of sheep and goats. They planted wheat and barley, which they harvested with stone or bronze sickles. They stored produce in large earthenware jars and cultivated olives, from which they made oil. Indeed, output was so high that they also exported. Wine production was another key economic activity. Locals further supplemented their income by supplying Crete with large quantities of obsidian (black volcanic rock) and metals. Their diet consisted of pulses, vegetables and all sorts of fish, caught in the surrounding waters and sold in the harbor. But their favorite delicacy was snails, brought to the island from Crete.

“Let me not to the marriage of true minds
Admit impediments.
Love is not love
Which alters when it alteration finds,
Or bends with the remover to remove.
O no, it is an ever-fixèd mark
That looks on tempests and is never shaken;
It is the star to every wand'ring bark,
Whose worth’s unknown,
although his height be taken.
Love’s not time’s fool,
Though rosy lips and cheeks
Within his bending sickle’s compass come:
Love alters not with his brief hours and weeks,
But bears it out even to the edge of doom.  
If this be error and upon me proved,  
I never writ, nor no man ever loved.”

- Shakespeare, Sonnet 116