The only drawback I see to Scottish independence is, that if it passes today, within a decade September 18th will somehow become an American “holiday” of drinking and celebrating everyone’s “Scottish ancestry” (like Cinco de Mayo is)
“Corax nodded, just headbanging, suddenly there came a clanging,
As of Curze was roughly banging, banging at The Raven’s door
“Tis an asshole,” Corax muttered, “banging at The Raven’s door,”
“Only Curze, and nothing more.””—Extract of Corvus Corax’s Actual Autobiographical Poetry (via erebabes)
There have been countless movies made about the fall of Nazi Germany and Adolf Hitler. But in 2004, German filmmaker Oliver Hirschbiegel released a film based around the last days of Hitler hiding in a bunker in the middle of Berlin. Utilizing character actor Bruno Ganz to play Hitler, the film was praised by critics for its accuracy and daring and became one of the most long-lasting internet memes ever since. But does the film retain it’s original power? Eric, Kent & Lobster investigate.
Reporter:"Thank goodness--someone reasonable to talk to."
Ivanova:"Thank you! . . . He's such a sweet talker."
Reporter:"SHE threatened to grab me by the collar and throw me out an airlock if I didn't turn over a full manifest of our equipment."
Ivanova:"Unauthorized shipments are a threat to station security. We had to."
Sheridan:"Commander! . . . Did you threaten to grab a hold of this man by the collar and throw him out an airlock?"
Ivanova:"Yes I did."
Sheridan:"I'm shocked. Shocked and dismayed. I remind you that we are short on supplies here. We can't afford to take perfectly good clothing and throw it out into space! Always. Take. The Jacket. Off. First. I've told you that before. . . . Sorry; she meant to say: 'stripped naked and thrown out an airlock.' I apologize for any confusion this may have caused."