ohrobbybaby:

”[…] Fred Astaire is all about sex, really - the kind women most dream of. He had a way of seeming as if he were trying to please his partner as much as himself, an intensely ardent and affectionate way of looking at her. He also was forceful and gentle at the same time; he dominated without being domineering about it and the result was unique […]” (x)

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hyperb0rean:

wotanklan:

Honey Bees are endangered

Just to keep this short, in case you’ve missed it completely: The honey bee is in great danger, in America as well as in Europe and other locations. Among the worst of “bee situations” is Britain. British bee keepers have lost up to 80% of their bees in recent years. As soon as 2018, Britain might be more or less completely without any bees at all.

Besides natural parasites and diseases among bees (that have always been there), poisons such as Neonicotinoids, GMO cultivation, various forms of pollution and the lack of traditional rural farmland - are main reasons for their decline.

To keep it short: Without bees, no honey, without honey - no mead, so you better start giving it a thought. Besides, bees are very important for pollination, and their demise would mean (really) bad news for the food industry. This goes not just for the bee, but for the Bumblebee and others too.

Here are some few links, to various groups and campaigns that take this seriously - where you can help out and learn how to prevent bees from becoming but a childhood memory:

http://www.thebeecause.org/
https://www.foe.co.uk/what_we_do/bee_cause_donate_get_bee_saver_kit_39413_b.html
http://sos-bees.org/
http://www.helpsavebees.co.uk/
http://www.saveourbees.org.uk/

So important!

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gan-edhen:


A woman drinks tea, 1940, in the aftermath of a German bombing raid during the London Blitz

My grandmother used to refuse to go down to the shelter with her family during air raids and insisted on staying in the house because “Hitler wasn’t going to tell her what to do”

gan-edhen:

A woman drinks tea, 1940, in the aftermath of a German bombing raid during the London Blitz

My grandmother used to refuse to go down to the shelter with her family during air raids and insisted on staying in the house because “Hitler wasn’t going to tell her what to do”

(Source: wehadfacesthen, via thelifeofabandgeek)