Posts tagged “wikipedia”

  1. 71 BC – Spartacus, leader of a slave rebellion against the Roman Empire. Although he was presumed killed in battle during the Third Servile War, his body was never found and his fate remains unknown.

    probably dead by now though

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  2. Donal Logue is one of our greatest living treasures, and the only person in the entire Blade franchise who seemed like he was having any fun. Every time I see him onscreen, I start jabbing incoherently at the screen and shouting, "It's him! it's him!" I wish him a better life than I wish for myself.

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  3. Give us context and we will argue with it, but give us a straight story and we’ll live happily.

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  4. God bless this internet we have, and God save this Wikipedia that dwells therein. There is nothing more exciting than coming across a list of American castles and reading there is more to discover, there are more keeps and fortresses and citadels in the secret high places of this land than you had ever dreamed.

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  5. So you would like to summon a dead person! I cannot blame you. Dead people are more interesting simply by virtue of being dead. HOWEVER, summoning Lizzie Borden for the nine thousandth time sounds like kind of a bummer. Ditto summoning Anne Boleyn or Bloody Mary, and why would you ever summon a dude? Never summon a dude. Dudes already think they know everything in life; death probably just makes them insufferable. Summoning a dead…

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  6. Literally everything in this post is a direct quotation from the version of George Burns' Wikipedia page which existed on Monday, October 14th, 2013, which is a work of singular beauty and charm and should be preserved in carbonite for all time, like George Burns himself. 1. George Burns was born Nathan Birnbaum on January 20, 1896 in New York City, the ninth of 12 children born to Louis "Lippe" and Dorah (née Bluth)…

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