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Share-It Saturday: 9 Times Actual History Was More F’d Up Than “Game Of Thrones”

Reblogged from Buzzfeed. ~ Blood, incest, betrayal, more blood. Posted on April 20, 2016, at 3:25 p.m. Becky Barnicoat BuzzFeed Staff ~ 1. The Red Wedding What happened in Game of Thrones: Oh, the Red Wedding! Who could forget? When, like, 25% of your favourite GoT characters were laughing and feasting and making merry, and then the bride’s brother stabbed… Continue reading Share-It Saturday: 9 Times Actual History Was More F’d Up Than “Game Of Thrones”

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Reblog: 16 Historical Figures Who Got Epic Revenge. Mic Drop.

Reblogged from: Tickld.com ~ History isn’t just about boring dead guys in powdered wigs. There’s also a good deal of bad-assery involved. This is based on the AskReddit “What was the biggest f*ck you given in history?” Link at the end of the article. 1/16. Galileo’s middle finger is literally on display at the Florence… Continue reading Reblog: 16 Historical Figures Who Got Epic Revenge. Mic Drop.

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Reblog: Retrobituary: Olive Oatman, the Pioneer Girl Who Became a Marked Woman

reblogged from: MentalFloss.com Retrobituary: Olive Oatman, the Pioneer Girl Who Became a Marked Woman About a century and a half ago, some Native American tribes of the Southwest used facial tattoos as spiritual rites of passage. Through a series of strange tragedies (and some possible triumphs), a white Mormon teenager who was traveling with her… Continue reading Reblog: Retrobituary: Olive Oatman, the Pioneer Girl Who Became a Marked Woman

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Book Review: Of Gods and Monsters: Menoetius

Book – Of Gods and Monsters: Menoetius Author – Wulf Francu Godgluck Star rating – ★★★★★ Plot – excellent and original Characters – incredibly diverse Movie Potential – ★★★★★ Ease of reading – very easy to read Cover – HAWT! Suitable Title – Yes (and thanks for the explanation of what Menoetius meant!) Would I… Continue reading Book Review: Of Gods and Monsters: Menoetius