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I will not forget the face of my father...

I will not forget the face of my father.

MUNDO DISCORDIANISTA: Discordar de Quê?? | O Discordianismo...

MUNDO DISCORDIANISTA: Discordar de Quê??

Even now, as adults, we enjoy watching cartoons. Nowadays we might watch them with our children, and there may be a few strange cartoon characte(.

Lost

Emmy outstanding writing drama essays I loafe and invite my soul, The shows writing was When fellow Daily Show star Steve Carell left to pursue a film Mustafa guest starred in 2 episodes of ABCs action.

Beautiful Dark Tower tattoo inspiration

Get a Dark Tower Tattoo for Stephen King In Case the Movie Sucks

(2nd) Knightfall (There are three books in this series) part 1 :  Broken Bat Knightfall  part 2:  Who Rules the Night part 3:  Knightsend

Knightfall (There are three books in this series) part 1 : Broken Bat Knightfall part Who Rules the Night part Knightsend

#spinnerette issue 17  http://atthamovies.com/5-jaw-dropping-reasons-spinnerette-better-spider-man/

We've got 5 jaw-dropping reasons why the webcomic Spinnerette is better that Spider-Man. Spinnerette is an amazing comic-book and you'll want to know why.

LOST color by mudron, via Flickr

I actually appreciate the sheer amount of references jam packed into this LOST fanart

Escape Plan

Escape Plan - Action, Mystery, Thriller - When a structural-security authority finds himself set up and incarcerated in the world's most secret and secure prison, he has to use his skills to escape with help from the inside.

The Simpsons: Season 15

The Simpsons: Season 15

The Simpsons: Season 15 [Blu-ray]: Season 15 of the hit long-running FOX animated comedy.

Lost - Season 1 # 58 Charlie Pace: Rocker - Inkworks - 2005

Lost - Season 1 # 58 Charlie Pace: Rocker - Inkworks - 2005

The Gunslinger

Roland from the Dark Tower was an obvious inspiration for Etienne. Great series and I highly recommend it even if you aren't typically a Stephen King fan.

Flannery O’Connor was a Southern Catholic author in the early 20th century whose oeuvre of short stories and two novels are marked with grotesquely-drawn Southern characters, often Protestant, and narratives that patterned the creation, fall, redemption, and restoration of the Christian gospel. Her fiction and nonfiction gave a shape to the “Christ-haunted South,” a landscape, …

In her famous essay “The Church and the Fiction Writer,” the good Miss O’Connor wrote a great deal about the need to enter into the mystery of existence and human experience.

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