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^^^more like this
you big willie.
I didn't end up liking him though.
He's a selfish prick though and I absolutely hated him by the end
With one of my closest friends, who seemed nearly tearful that I thought so disparagingly of Mr McCandless
An interesting bloke, and a lot of the stuff that has happened since his death is interesting as well.
But I assumed anyone with an actual interest would end up on this page anyway.
not many people seem to know about Eleanor of Aquitaine.
It’s the kind of life story to inspire countless legends, books and films, but as far as I know, her character only really appears in one film, Lion In Winter, which is more about the succession of Richard.
nicknamed "Fighting Jack Churchill" and "Mad Jack", was a British soldier who fought throughout World War II armed with a longbow, arrows and a claymore. He once said "any officer who goes into action without his sword is improperly dressed."
In later years, Churchill served as an instructor at the land-air warfare school in Australia, where he became a passionate devotee of the surfboard. Back in England, he was the first man to ride the River Severn’s five-foot tidal bore and designed his own board. In retirement, however, his eccentricity continued. He startled train conductors and passenger by throwing his attaché case out of the train window each day on the ride home. He later explained that he was tossing his case into his own backyard so he wouldn’t have to carry it from the station.
was an American railroad construction foreman now remembered for his improbable survival of an accident in which a large iron rod was driven completely through his head [and for surviving.
He looks like a steampunk superhero.
the effort of vomiting pressed out about half a teacupful of the brain, which fell upon the floor
The Wolverhampton Ring Road tramp from Poland:
And it's always good to end on a bang!