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The seal on Tutankhamun’s tomb in 1922, before Howard Carter opened it.

The seal on Tutankhamun’s tomb in 1922, before Howard Carter opened it.

what?  What?  WHAT?  HWHAT!?

Coat of Arms of Edward Seymour, Earl of Hertford and Viscount Beauchamp of Hache. From Wroxton Abbey in Oxfordshire, England, c.1543-47 (source).

Coat of Arms of Edward Seymour, Earl of Hertford and Viscount Beauchamp of Hache. From Wroxton Abbey in Oxfordshire, England, c.1543-47 (source).

Jörg Ruel, silver-gilt cup in the form of a partridge, Nuremberg, Germany, ca. 1600
Victoria and Albert Museum

Jörg Ruel, silver-gilt cup in the form of a partridge, Nuremberg, Germany, ca. 1600

Victoria and Albert Museum

I love your blog and I wished you posted more pictures of you because I want to see your majestic beard

Oh, thank you!  I shall certainly try to post more photos of me sometimes.

You don't know me, but you're very sex-a-licious.
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Why sir, you make me blush.  Do go on (at least, I hope you’re a sir) ;]

I really regret having Serena as my IGN in Pokemon X.  Was going for a Sailor Moon reference in choice, but then realized after that it’s the character’s name in the anime and sounds completely uncreative -__-

Shiny Larvitar!  First time hatching one myself =]  And she’s in a Heavy Ball with three perfect IV’s!  I’m so happy with my new baby!  I was given a German female through wondertrade, and so decided to try shiny breeding.  She appeared at 435 eggs, which I’m glad because I only collected 600 to try.  If nothing had appeared by then I was gonna give up since hatching takes up so much time.  That also means I now have 600 other Larvitar to figure out what to do with.  They’re all in Heavy Balls, so if you want one just let me know.

Curving porch, Sottile House, College of Charleston, SC  © Doug Hickok
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Curving porch, Sottile House, College of Charleston, SC  © Doug Hickok

All Rights Reserved.