Coco & Imko
Coco & Imko
Science Penguin [x]
i enjoy that every single human’s reaction to penguin is unrestrained delight
And penguins lack large terrestrial predators, so their reaction to humans tends to be, “HELLO STRANGE GIANT PENGUINS, WHAT ARE YOU DOING? DO YOU HAVE ANY FISH?”
SO HAPPY TO SEE SCIENCE PENGUIN ON MY DASH.
someone’s starting to like bathtime
One of my first favorite books was called Seven Pillars of Wisdom written by a man named T.E. Lawrence. I did not know much about the reputation of the author at the time, but I knew he was called Lawrence of Arabia. When I started reading about him, I was in the 7th grade. The more I learned, the more I grew to admire him. He instiled in me my interest in archaeology, a compassion for people of different cultures, and most of all an urge to seek wisdom. A lot of the things I’m interested in now can be traced back to the first time I opened that book and read about T.E. Lawrence.
Johnny Cash and June Carter onstage
help me father, for I am in love with an asexual dead man
T.E. Lawrence (or “Lawrence of Arabia,” 1888-1935) was an eccentric archaeologist and Oxford graduate active in the Middle East during the Great War as a military advisor to the Arab leadership. He fought alongside local troops and dreamed of an independent united Arabia, yet (to some extent) was plagued by his successes; he recognized he could never be more than a British hand moving about in a foreign land, extraordinary though he was.
He died at age 46 in a motorcycle accident on his Brough Superior, now housed in the Imperial War Museum in London.
also look at him.
Introducing “Redneck Retreiver”