did anyone ever find out why daniel radcliffe was walking all those dogs


´cause PoC Harry is my favorite Harry…


the clearest moment of our friendship

ConCarolinas report is up!!


I will have my own personal report up here later, but we finished our notes on GRRM’s History of the Westerlands reading from the World of Ice and Fire! We uploaded it on our website, you can read it here.

If you repost it, please link back to our website, if you don’t mind, as we worked really hard to get these notes out!


they were like the sun and the moon



American Great Depression AU

The Bank of Casterly was one of the most successful banks of the 1920s, but when the stock market crashed and all of their holders withdrew their money and shares in a bank run, the Bank had no choice but to declare bankruptcy, sending the once mighty financial dynasty of Lannister into the shadows of history. Tywin, his family now impoverished and his legacy pushed into the dirt, searches for alternate means of survival. With his eldest son, Jaime, he began a venture into the black markets, and they built themselves a shadow empire, becoming one of the largest and most successful mafias of all history. Tywin’s daughter and Jaime’s twin, Cersei, who was a renowned socialite in the roaring ’20s, uses her previous connections to negotiate alliances between other crime lords, such as Al “Scarface” Capone, Benny “Bugsy” Siegel, and even her younger brother, Tyrion “The Imp” Lannister. Due to Tyrion’s debauchery in the 1920s, as well as his deformity, he was disowned by Tywin, and sought to make his fortune smuggling alcohol and whores. He joined Al Capone’s gang in Illinois, and over time he had gained enough infamy and wealth to form his own, making an enemy of even Capone himself. Known for his sharp tongue and even sharper mind, none dared cross Tyrion, as they knew the Imp would always have his way. When approached, he begrudgingly accepted the treaty from Cersei, knowing that no matter how cunning he thought he was, his father would always be more so. The once lost son “reconciled” with his father, merging their gangs and forming the most feared family name of the 20th century. Their reach extended beyond borders and governments, and no matter the language or country, all knew the phrase “A Lannister always pays his debts.”




Tchaikovsky - Waltz of the Flowers

Natalie: Oh, talk to him
Sam: Oh no! No, nooo, talk to both. Please!


“Anne would have a far greater influence upon her daughter than has long been supposed. Even at her young age, Elizabeth already resembled her, and she would grow to do so more strikingly as the years passed. She would also inherit some of her mother’s personal traits, notably tenacity, self-discipline, and charisma. Equally, there would be flashes of Anne’s cruelty and vindictiveness. But above all, it would be the example provided by Anne’s life—and in particular its end—that would prove her greatest legacy to Elizabeth. From this, her daughter learned not to trust expressions of love and devotion; she learned to guard her reputation fiercely; and she learned to be a self-reliant, political pragmatist. Anne had had qualities that would have made her a great queen, but she had also had a number of fatal flaws. It was in learning from both that Elizabeth was able to become the queen that her mother was never able to be.” — Tracy Borman - Elizabeth’s Women

make me choose // anon and georgetteheyer asked: elizabeth i or and anne boleyn