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The Roots of the University: An Oxford Vlog

I have just finished up two very intense days doing research at the Bodleian library. The Bodleian is surrounded by the ancient colleges of Oxford. The Radcliffe Camera draws the eye, a circular science library in the midst of quadrangles and shooting spires of this great international city. 220 more words

Reflections

What I've Read This Month

I’m taking a small break from Snow to share with everyone the books I’ve read this month. Even though it’s felt like a slow reading month, I managed to finish a total of 8 books! 614 more words

Writing

Did Homer Actually Exist?

Not only is the Trojan Horse a colourful fiction, the existence of Homer himself has sometimes been doubted. It’s generally supposed that the great epics which go under Homer’s name, the Iliad and Odyssey, were composed orally, without the aid of writing, some time in the 8th Century BC, the fruit of a tradition of oral minstrelsy stretching back for centuries. 64 more words

History

The Simpsons Guy Crossover – Nearly Epic

by Aitch Cee
It’s amazing that Fox took this long to bring both of these franchises together in this hour long Family Guy crossover and it mostly paid off. 494 more words

TV Talk

11 things you'll want to know about the 'Simpsons'-'Family Guy' crossover

It’s finally time for Homer Simpson and Peter Griffin to bro down and drink up. On Sept. 28, from 9 p.m. all the way to 10 p.m., the animated worlds of Fox’s… 2,087 more words

TV

platypusguitar reblogged this on The Simpsons Tapped Out game and commented:

Hello big sky fingers! Tonight will be The Simpsons Season 26 Premiere in which a character will die but it's also the Family Guy crossover episode featuring the Simpson family! Fox really pulled together some amazing episodes to start off the fall Sunday night schedule! This article was published on the Family Guy official Facebook page and I thought I'd share it with you on here for your amusement but also so you don't forget to tune it for an epic night in animated television history! Enjoy!

Tango and Celebration

“The tango is a direct expression of something that poets have often tried to state in words: the belief that a fight may be a celebration.” * 22 more words

Literature