Playlist

01. Professional Griefers - deadmau5 & Gerard Way
02. Get Some Brain - DJ Bahler (Designer Drugs + The Bloody Beetroots + Three 6 Mafia + Nine Inch Nails)
03. Palendromeda - Hark
04. Fighter (Tachytelic World Cup Brazil 2014 Remix) - Mika Nakashima
05. Video Games (Sound Remedy remix) - Lana Del Rey
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Reblogged from king--of-the--mountain  1 note

World Building J̶u̶n̶e̶ July - Day 19 : Relaxation & entertainment

king—of-the—mountain:

What do the people of your world do to relax? What are their hobbies, sports, and just general screwing about? Do the royals get on their sunday best to watch gladiators pummel each other to death? Do the kids in the town gather to kick a ball about? We can always find a break in the conflict to just blow some steam off.
For kids, hockey is a pretty popular choice, as is football, field hockey, baseball, and lacrosse. Soccer- so so. The Großlac is big enough for people to swim, fish, and use a small boat. Fishing and boating are relaxing activities. During the winter, skiing and snowboarding reign supreme. Some people go snowshoeing as well. Hiking is quite the popular activity. Most people stick to hiking Mont Feurer, but during the late summer/fall months, the mountains are off-limits. Other relaxing activities are chess, card games, theatre, movies, walking in the town square, and having drinks.

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mapsontheweb:

North America in 1783
Homesanto:

The accepted boundaries in 1783, after the Revolutionary War. New Orleans still under dispute. Map was drawn by Robert M.Chapin, Jr., published in the Making of Modern America, a high school text book, published in 1950 by Houghton Mifflin Company.

mapsontheweb:

North America in 1783

Homesanto:

The accepted boundaries in 1783, after the Revolutionary War. New Orleans still under dispute. Map was drawn by Robert M.Chapin, Jr., published in the Making of Modern America, a high school text book, published in 1950 by Houghton Mifflin Company.