A town known as the “town of books”, Hay-on-Wye is located on the Welsh / English border in the United Kingdom and is a bibliophile’s sanctuary.
One of my favorite places in the world. Last time we were there with the car, we came back with the trunk so full of books that we nearly ruined the shocks. It was glorious.
"[Edmund] has tried to betray them and joined the White Witch, O Aslan," said Mr. Beaver.
And then something made Peter say, ”That was partly my fault, Aslan. I was angry with him and I think that helped him to go wrong.”
And Aslan said nothing to excuse Peter or to blame him but merely stood looking at him with great unchanging eyes. And it seemed to all of them that there was nothing to be said.
The Avengers as a Western
Steve is the Sheriff. Clint is his deputy. Tony is the Blacksmith. Natasha runs the Saloon. Bruce is the physician with a split personality and Thor gets into a hell of a lot of tavern brawls.
Together, however, they manage to bring order to the once corrupt town of Triskelion.
Remember The Avengers as a 70s Cop Drama? A Western might be cooler.
John Rogers coined the term competence porn to describe those scenes the audience love where the team are doing the things they are best at.
I love how obvious they made it in this episode by making not only the audience but also the team itself clearly turned on by each other’s skills.
I kinda think fandom was already using that term (we were sure hell using competence kink) but holy crap, those three are high on my list for it, yeah!
Ashley Mackenzie tackles complex questions about the relationship between mind and body, creating conceptual, illustrative works that stand at the cross-section of the philosophy of the mind and neuroscience. “As our knowledge of the brain becomes more comprehensive, it seems like the idea of the soul exists only in the gaps of our understanding,” Mackenzie writes on her website. Bodies melt like pools of liquid in these placid, sparsely-detailed illustrations as they visualize the inner workings of the mind.
Last year, 22-time Emmy award-winning reporter John Stofflet posted this news video he created for KING-TV in 2004, featuring Paul Smith and his artistic talents.