In which I do not have nice things to say about the season finale.
zaidapdx replied to your post: ps someone needs to see iron man 3 or gatsby with…right? We should somehow be in the same city. Magically.
aaaaaaAAAHHH THAT WOULD BE GREAT
if only if only….
This and a
glass cup of wine is how I’m ending my week. Yes.
Pentagon argues that U.S. President can send troops anywhere in the world, at any time, without the approval of Congress and in direct violation of the U.S. Constitution.
‘Cannon dial for latitude 49° North. Cannon dials (or ‘time guns’ as they were occasionally known) were popular in the 18th century. A burning glass mounted above the plate would receive the sun’s rays at noon, so providing the heat to light the fuse at the end of the miniature cannon, causing it to fire and thus provide a signal for midday. Engraved on the dial-plate is the maker’s signature, Victor Chevalier Ingr. Breveté quai l’horlage 77 à Paris.’ (via National Maritime Museum)
Millicent Patrick - The Creatures mother.
And people say I’M dressed up when I wear a skirt and heels at my drawing table…Yay all around!
Disney animator Millicent Patrick’s work as sole designer of the Creature From the Black Lagoon was downplayed by a male coworker who then received credit for it for half a century.
Made it’s way all the way back around to me. Go Millicent!
Augusta Ada King, Countess of Lovelace (1815-1852) (now more commonly known as Ada Lovelace) was the daughter of Lord Byron, poet. She worked with Charles Babbage’s “Analytical Machine” (a.k.a. computer), and is the first known computer programmer. She fostered an interest in maths and logic as a young child, and continued in those fields as an adult. She wanted to disprove the people who said women were not useful in fields of logic.