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Beneath the gold, the bitter steel.

 

georgetakei:

I found this on a devilish page—glad I “liked” it. Now, tag a ginger who should see this.
I’m a pro-ginger sympathizer, but apparently their soul stealing is leading to melanoma.

Hattie Watson!

georgetakei:

I found this on a devilish page—glad I “liked” it. Now, tag a ginger who should see this.

I’m a pro-ginger sympathizer, but apparently their soul stealing is leading to melanoma.

Hattie Watson!

galadrielles:

Westeros + Religion 

The gods are blind. And men see only what they wish.

huffingtonpost:

The Bloody Origin Of Labor Day
Most people know Labor Day as an extra day off of work. Fewer know the holiday comes from a time when the government was offing workers.
It all started with a bad recession in the early 1890s that reduced demand for railway cars, prompting Chicago railway magnate George Pullman to lay off workers and reduce wages. Many of his workers went on strike. The sympathetic American Railway Union refused to handle Pullman cars, hampering commerce in many parts of the country.
"The boycott tapped the deep and pervasive alienation of labor in general," historian David Ray Papke wrote in his 1999 book The Pullman Case: The Clash of Labor and Capital in Industrial America.
Read on for the full history of Labor Day.

huffingtonpost:

The Bloody Origin Of Labor Day

Most people know Labor Day as an extra day off of work. Fewer know the holiday comes from a time when the government was offing workers.

It all started with a bad recession in the early 1890s that reduced demand for railway cars, prompting Chicago railway magnate George Pullman to lay off workers and reduce wages. Many of his workers went on strike. The sympathetic American Railway Union refused to handle Pullman cars, hampering commerce in many parts of the country.

"The boycott tapped the deep and pervasive alienation of labor in general," historian David Ray Papke wrote in his 1999 book The Pullman Case: The Clash of Labor and Capital in Industrial America.

Read on for the full history of Labor Day.

yours-is-bigger-than-mine:

BUT IMAGINE HOW CAPALDI WOULD BE WITH AMY NOTHING WOULD GET DONE IT WOULD JUST BE PURE SCOTTISH COMPLAINING AND ANGST AND I WANT TO SEE IT SO BAD

“That girl will rain destruction down on you and your ship. She is an albatross, Captain.”