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trillgamesh:

this trailer i saw before Grand Budapest seems to be an actual feature-length film adaptation of those chain letters where an evil atheist professor is utterly destroyed by his pure and good christian student who may or may not be albert einstein or a us marine depending on your version of the email

i’m going to be straight with you: watch this trailer

Dan Fincke (an actual real life Atheist Philosophy Professor *and* a former real life Plucky Christian Philosophy Student) has been destroying this film at his blog

http://www.patheos.com/blogs/camelswithhammers/

OH MY GOD AHAHAHAH

WHAT IS THIS 

why is Hercules involved this why why why his career can’t be that bad.


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alltimelowest:

Assuming that you already had a house, and money was not an issue, what would you buy?

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believe-in-all-the-magic:

They are going to be amazing people when they’re older

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88floors:

Submerged Churches.

These churches from all over the world are not victims of natural disaster, they all sit in the valley of a reservoir. Many reservoirs were created in valleys with small towns or villages nestled in them, the benefit of having reservoirs always outweighed the cost in relocating a small population. In many of these settlements the religious buildings were the tallest and once the valleys were flooded they could still be seen poking out of the water in a surreal post apocalyptic manner. Lots of them still survive, making more of an appearance every time the water level drops.

Among these examples are Ladybower, Graun, Panta de Sau, Tehri and Potosi

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wearys:

so i was wondering what my teachers water bottle said and

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hellabloggin:

when did potatoes learn how to run

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