All The Wrong Questions Vol. 2: When did you see her last?
There was a town, and there was a statue, and there was a person who had been kidnapped. While I was in the town, I was hired to rescue this person, and I thought the statue was gone forever. I was almost thirteen and I was wrong.
I was wrong about all of it.
The Hobbit: Do I See a Colbert in There?
For months the Colbert Nation has speculated about Stephen Colberts possible involvement in ‘The Hobbit’ trilogy, after Stephen received an invitation from Peter Jackson to visit the films set in New Zealand.
As the promotional campaign for trilogies second installment, ‘The Desolation of Smaug’ kicks into high gear, IMDB has updated the films listing to included Stephen Colbert, Evelyn McGee, Peter Colbert and John Colbert as ‘Laketown Spies’.
Having not seen the film, I can neither confirm nor deny the casting news, the film isn’t released in Australia until Boxing Day. But for those of you planning on seeing the film in the cinema, keep your eyes peeled during the scenes in Laketown.
All The Wrong Questions Vol. 1: Who could that be at this hour?
There was a town, and there was a girl, and there was a theft. I was living in the town, and I was hired to investigate the theft, and I thought the girl had nothing to do with it. I was almost thirteen and I was wrong.
so now we need to leave christmas presents underneath Herc right
look at that cutie canines
they will be watching it in the theater too
Modern Westeros - The Westerlands
Despite being the smallest of all the other kingdoms, the Westerlands have become been a forerunner in entrepreneurship in recent times. It’s still one of the wealthiest, with Lannisport being the biggest city and port in Westeros. The coastline provides some of the most sought-after real estate, while inland in the mountains are small towns that were left behind when all the gold and silver were formally mined. Now the name of the game is technology corporations and manufacturers.
King in modern world
bearing stars; made of stars.
etymology: latin astrifer; astrum - star + ferre - to bear
Then we are all astriferous
The geologically active moon, discovered in 1789 by William Herschel, has craters, ridges and smooth plains. Most spectacularly, Enceladus has geysers that spew frozen water thousands of kilometres into space.