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also went to the met again today

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also went to the met again today

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peashooter85:

The Battle of the Doppelgangers,

When World War I broke out, it was not uncommon for navies on both sides to commission civilian ships for military use, either as transports or warships.  One sneaky move was to arm civilian ships, especially passenger liners, to trick the enemy.  Such ships could use the element of surprise to attack an enemy who believes the ship is nothing more than an unarmed civilian vessel. 

In 1914 the German Navy armed the passenger liner Cap Trafalgar with two four inch guns and six 37mm autocannon.  In addition the Cap Trafalgar was disguised to look like a similar British Cunard line passenger liner called the RMS Carmania.  The idea was that the Cap Trafalgar could approach British merchant and supply convoys with little suspicion of being a German warship.  When the convoy least expected it, the Cap Trafalgar would open fire and destroy the convoy.

On September 14th, 1914 the Cap Trafalgar was discovered off the coast of Brazil by the British passenger liner RMS Carmania.   The Carmania was likewise armed to raid German merchant convoys, and was disguised as the Cap Trafalgar just as the Cap Trafalgar had been disguised as the Carmania.  For 90 minutes the two doppelgangers battled each other in a gunnery duel, often at ranges no more than 200 yards.  During the battle the real Carmania took the most hits and suffered heavy damage.  After being struck with 72 shells her bridge was completely destroyed and she sustained hull ruptures under her waterline.  However the real Cap Trafalgar suffered mortal damage and sank into the ocean, taking 51 German sailors with her.  The rest of the German crew, 279 men altogether, were captured by the British.

Some parts of the war were like some kind of ridiculous sitcom.

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It’s not cannon… But in the myths the character is based on (I.e the uber cannon), Loki turned into a mare to seduce a stallion and then got preggers with an 8-legged foal.

So I’d say yeah, the idea of a bisexual Loki ain’t that far out.

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I feel like this is essentially how all of my friendships start.

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Come on man… use your webs to stop her falling.. what’s the worst that could happen

I actually just shuddered reading that line. 

Read the comics and you too can understand all that is wrong with that apparent solution

there’s spiderman comics?

what did you think spiderman was based off of?  

I thought they just saw how popular batman was and swapped spider for bat

And what do you think batman was based of????

I thought they just saw how popular superman was and swapped super for bat

… I wonder what your theory on Superman’s origin is…

I thought they just saw how popular jesus was and made him an alien who could fly

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Overly Honest Methods in science.

The papers we wish we could have written.

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I get so confused in American high school films, like you have different classes called trig and calculus. It’s all maths, how on earth do you spend a whole year of lessons just doing trig.

welcome to hell

Then why are they still so bad at it?

This isn’t a dis, it’s a genuine question. American students perform poorly on math compared to many of their counterparts from countries of comparable levels of development. What is so broken in the system that one spends more time on it and ends up being worse at it then most other people?

I’m from Singapore and every single person I’ve known has been blown away by how easy the match section of the SATs are because its always stuff we’d learned by age 15. (The SATs were challenging in other ways but the math portion was not one of them.)

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This is what happens when we have a two year hiatus

I’m enjoying the thing.

I am so proud to be a part of this fandom

I lost it at the Gallefreyan one

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anarcho-fedoraism:

Did anyone else get through the public school system without having once learned that the US had cut off Japan’s oil, acting against Japan long before they attacked Pearl Harbor? Was anyone else not informed that Pearl Harbor was Japan’s retaliation against embargos, and…

Damn, I knew the first part, but hearing the second part worded like that changes my outlook significantly. I always thought we drew the line closer and closer til the Japanese finally crossed it.

Yeah I was. I was also taught that Roosevelt ordered US navy escorts to open fire on German war vessels on sight as early as late 1940, despite not being at war with Germany yet.

FDR FTW.

Please be sarcastic

It’s not that simple though.  There were very specific reasons why we chose to cut economic ties with Japan.  Ever since 1931 Japan had been engaging in a very brutal campaign of conquest across China.  But 1940 Japan occupied much of Northern China and large parts of Southern China.  The Japanese conquest of China was very brutal and was a straight up invasion for resources and territory.

Google “The Rape of Nanking”, where the Japanese Army murdered 200,000 people and raped tens of thousands of women.  The wikipedia page and the book The Rape of Nanking by Iris Chiang have very graphic pictures of Japanese atrocities.  

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Especially sickening were the many instances of sexual mutilation and torture committed by the Japanese Army on Chinese women.  For a mild taste there is a picture on the Wikipedia page of a raped and murdered Chinese woman who had been sexually tortured.  I am not going to post it because it is extremely graphic and sickening. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Nanjing_Massacre_rape_killed.jpg

By 1940 the Japanese Empire had expanded well into China, causing the deaths of millions of Chinese, had occupied Korea and Taiwan, had attempted to invade Mongolia and the Soviet Union, had conducted assaults against American merchant ships (Panay Incident and others), and had assaulted American diplomats. The Japanese also used millions of Chinese and Koreans as slave labor for their growing empire.

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When the embargo was announced Japan had invaded and was preparing to occupy Southeast Asia.  Most of Japan’s oil was obtained from the United States, essentially the US was inadvertently driving Japan’s conquest. After all the Japanese had done over the past decade it was a pretty simple decision for the US government to decide that it was no long in its interest to support Japan through trade or finance.

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hiddleston-daily:

ATTENTION HIDDLESTONERS & LOKI’S ARMY! WE NEED YOUR HELP!!

Our dear Thomas has been nominated for MTV movie awards’ favorite character for his role as Loki.

As you can notice in this picture, we are currently losing.

But let’s have faith! We have until sunday April 13th to slay everything and show the power of our fanbase!

COME AND VOTE HERE

COME AND VOTE HERE

COME AND VOTE HERE

Note n°1: You need to have a twitter account to be able to vote (I know it sucks)

Note n°2: Make sure you enable pop-ups! 

When something similar appears on your screen, you just need to click on the ‘tweet’ button and your vote will be taken into account!

Note n°3: You can vote multiple times! You only have to change a little bit/tweak the tweet (remove a letter, add a number etc.) and another vote will be taken into account!

Please reblog this post or link it as many people as you can! We really need a signal boost! We can do it!!

I guess the Hiddles fan and Cumber bitches aren’t big on MTV but still the numbers are lagging enough it’s a bit sad.

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