Akubi Zone: Domesticated Industry or Domesticated... →
In “The Book of Imaginary Beings” by Jorge Luis Borges there are many strange creatures such as the Unicorn, the Hippogriff, the Wulfnik and the Basilisk. But there is no Jorge Luis Borges. What shall he be? Is Borges—could he be—a Literary Lion? “I hope not,” he says in the tentative voice of…
elvis-shrugged: thisismyfavoritesong: “Mutiny,...
Church plans Quran-burning event →
ancientbruises: american-apologies: Via CNN: “In protest of what it calls a religion ‘of the devil,’ a nondenominational church in Gainesville, Florida, plans to host an ‘International Burn a Quran Day’ on the ninth anniversary of the September 11, 2001, attacks. The Dove World Outreach Center says it is hosting the event to remember 9/11 victims and take a stand against Islam. With...
That's No Moon
(via eclecticbanana) It’s a planetoid!
God was going to introduce wild populations of unicorns in forest areas of...– Jesus Christ (via thingsjesuswouldsay) (via maryjanes) The King James Version of the Bible mentions unicorns several times, but this is commonly believed to be a mistranslation of “wild ox.”