The Sloan Files

LOTR meme♦ 5 Antagonists  
2. Sauron; the Great Eye (TA)
Now Sauron’s lust and pride increased, until he knew no bounds, and he determined to make himself master of all things in Middle-earth, and to destroy the Elves, and to compass, if he might, the downfall of Numenor. He brooked no freedom nor any rivalry, and he named himself Lord of the Earth. A mask he still could wear so that if he wished he might deceive the eyes of Men, seeming to them wise and fair. But he ruled rather by force and fear, if they might avail; and those who perceived his shadow spreading over the world called him the Dark Lord and named him the Enemy; and he gathered again under his government all the evil things of the days of Morgoth that remained on earth or beneath it, and the Orcs were at his command and multiplied like flies. Thus the Black Years began, which the Elves call the Days of Flight. 

Via honey, you should see me in a crown


Sigur Rós cover The Rains of Castamere for Season 4 of HBO’s Game Of Thrones

And so he spoke, and so he spoke,
that Lord of Castamere,
But now the rains weep o’er his hall,
with no one there to hear.
Yes now the rains weep o’er his hall,
and not a soul to hear.
Via Apathy & Ipods


More: Great Moments In Bicycle-Powered Warfare

War is an ugly business, in which whoever moves fastest and strikes first often triumphs. So long before there were tanks and planes, people used bicycles to rush into combat. For decades, people experimented with machine guns on bikes, military quadricycles, and bicycle infantry. Here are the greatest moments of pedal-powered battle strategy.



The Kamikaze attack on the U.S.S. Bunker Hill, 11 May 1945

(Source: Flickr / sdasmarchives)

Via greatest generation


by luc de haan

Swallow Book 5

”Do I have an intimidating face? Not many men come up to me and give me one-liners.” — Natalie Dormer for GQ Magazine (x)

(Source: northfalls)

Via Swag King


Paperboy for #Sketch_Dailies. I’ve been meaning to find time to participate in their prompt-a-day thingy for a little while now.

Thought I’d follow in the steps of my good buddy, Aaron, and try this flipbook style, even though it’s not #flipbookfriday.

Hope everybody’s good!


8-Bit Ghibli Series by Richard J. Evans


To Tumblr, Love PixelUnion