james t. kirk + favorite lines (pt. 2)
Peter Lorre in Mad Love (1935).
THE DARK DEPTHS OF THE OCEAN TO MEET AND LEARN SURPRISING FACTS ABOUT THE MAGNIFICENT ANIMALS THAT LIVE THERE ALL THROUGH THE CAPTIVATING COLORFUL PAGES OF ZOOBOOKS
Doyers Street aka Bloody Angle in ChinaTown
More people died violently at the “Bloody Angle” than at any other street intersection in the United States
One of the many reasons I love NYC. So much history can be found on a single block.
SUPER excited from tonight’s premiere of ’Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey’ on 10 freaking channels tonight at 9pm. It’s hosted by astrophysics rock star Neil deGrasse Tyson and intro’d by President Obama.
While President Barack Obama has Bo, and President George W. Bush had Barney, a newly published tale of a dog that lived in China’s “Forbidden City” over a century ago reveals that this pup’s lifestyle easily outdid that of any presidential pooch.
In a book that accompanies a new museum…
Ancient Romans had a game similar to rugby called Harpastum. The goal was to get the ball to the end, and since there were no rules on grappling, injuries were high. Beyond that the rules varied. Galen, the famous Roman physician, claimed that harpastum was one of the greatest exercises “better than wrestling or running because it exercises every part of the body, takes up little time, and costs nothing” it was”profitable training in strategy”, and could be ”played with varying degrees of strenuousness.”
I definitely read this as “be there or be Seth McFarlane” and was immediately like YES WHERE CAN I WATCH I MUST WATCH.