Mine are not even remotely good, but if you want to read...
Oooooh goodness. I’m gonna do fic because I can c/p and LBR THAT’S WHAT PEOPLE WANT. (Including me, lolz.) Passages below the cut so NOT SAFE FOR...
❅ ❅ something to help you get in the holiday spirit! <3
The Christmas Party by lit_chick08...
I don’t know. You might be. ;) They both have strong jaws, but beyond that I don’t really see a resemblance.
They really do end up being a fantastic duo. Totally unexpected for me. He’s awesome about Giovanni too.
I’ve never heard of them personally. I have no interest in award shows and don’t really fuss about them, but something is wrong when Nikolaj is ignored in favor of certain other members of the cast, which is all my tag meant to note. And while you might not care about awards and they might bore me, casting directors want to snag actors with that kind of cachet attached to their name, just as they want actors who have brought in big box office numbers. It’s all part of the package that hopefully nets the projects their casting success.
@pennylane4 said: I just looked him up on Wikipedia (I know, I know) and it says that some believe the nickname might be a reference to impotence. Welp.
There’s like a significant subsection of medieval rulers’ nicknames that basically could be interpreted to mean So and So the Impotent. Poor guys.
Yes, that’s a big part of the problem, simple lack of funding and the notion that higher education necessarily comes with a hefty price tag and considerable debt unless you’re from a privileged background. Education is the key to any society thriving, and we’re on the verge of making it out of reach for the majority of our citizens. The price of that folly will be enormous.
Good question. Medieval nicknames are so interesting! In Ivar’s case, the sagas give different explanations, sometimes going so far as to say he had no bones. They say he was carried on a shield by his men. Historians think he might have suffered from a disease or injury that left him without the use of his legs.
Wouldn’t that be something? I wonder if the ship would gain in popularity or remain as under represented as some of the other canon ships. It’s wild to contemplate.
Well, it’s a sad commentary on the cost of an education, isn’t it? I certainly don’t judge her for her choices, and as a professor, I don’t feel like the choices my students make outside of the classroom are any of my business. However, I do worry about my students, and I would probably want to tell her that these choices unfairly follow you and could prevent her from entering the career of her choice later. And the industry can be exploitive, which is worrisome. But ultimately it’s none of my business and not really anyone else’s business either. She’s not breaking any laws and she’s a consenting adult. She should be able to pay for school whatever way sees fit.