I want to go back to sleep
All of my recent dreams have been Lost-related. And even when I’m in mortal island-related peril, it’s much preferable to life when I wake up. It’s been a rough few days, and I don’t think it’s getting any better. I wanna be sleeping again (I was dropping papayas on Sawyer’s head.)
Fuck Yeah Renaissance History: Sonnet 134:... →
fuckyeahrenaissancehistory: I find no peace, and have no arms for war, and fear and hope, and burn and yet I freeze, and fly to heaven, lying on earth’s floor, and nothing hold, and all the world I seize. My jailer opens not, nor locks the door, nor binds me to hear, nor will loose my ties; Love kills me not, nor…
Archaeological News: Archaeology team returns to... →
archaeologicalnews: LAKE GEORGE, N.Y.—An archaeological team is back at a reconstructed French and Indian War fort in the Adirondacks to search for artifacts from the original fortification that was the scene of an infamous massacre. It’s the first time in 11 years that excavations have been conducted at Fort… THIS IS EXTRA COOL FOR ME…….I worked with Dr. Starbuck’s...
is one of the most beautifully done Lost episodes. Hands down. Currently watching it and bawling like a turnip-headed baby. I can only imagine the tears Through the Looking Glass is going to merit. Charlie, way to be the most heroic rock star ever. It makes it so much harder to watch you die…over a long drawn out number of painful episodes.
Archaeological News: Ancient City Mysteriously... →
archaeologicalnews: As ancient civilizations across the Middle East collapsed, possibly in response to a global drought about 4,200 years ago, archaeologists have discovered that one settlement in Syria not only survived, but expanded. Their next question is — why did Tell Qarqur, a site in northwest Syria,…
Archaeological News: 'Mystery' sapphire ring is... →
archaeologicalnews: A SAPPHIRE ring, possibly once worn by a king, queen or ancient tribal chieftain, has found a new home – after being lost to the world for centuries. The find was made by metal detector enthusiast Michael Greenhorn in a field near York two years ago. Now it has been acquired by the city’s…