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“Hey everyone ... what do you call a viking player with a superbowl ring??”
“The typical image people would get when they think of a viking, especially a god viking is a huge man that looks like he would rip your face off if you even look at him wrong, and i just don't think brad is big enough. i would like to see a huge person take this role, but I hae realized that there isn't typically any big actors that could really live up to this character.”
“At this Sigurd Erikson grew sick at heart, for he knew that the viking was a man of very strong will, and that no half measures would serve to turn him from his purpose.”
“Even before his arrival, some of them had begun the so-called viking expeditions, predatory incursions under their chiefs, which were directed as well against the Slavic kingdoms in the East as against the German and Roman peoples in the West and South.”
“Couple of points: The Icelandic economy rested on two main supports, fishing and aluminum production, in 2002 the banks were privatized and the socalled viking financial expansion started, the country was quite well off before this started but it created a new boon economy that later we all know was unsustainable and crashed.”
“If anyone has seen True Blood lately and looked Alex Skarsgard…his character is basically in build and in some other aspects the vampiric version of Thor…he's even supposed to be a "viking" of the past in that show…however, acting wise, he might not fit the part he's very good but I think he's better in more Generation Kill type parts and his style might not fit the character well.”
“After Pathfinder’s abysmal $30 million worldwide taking last year from a $45 million budget, we have wondered just how The Weinstein’s would handle their similarly titled viking film Outlander.”
“Johnny's a "viking" whose quick temper has made his face a familiar one to the authorities in this working-class Belgian neighborhood known as "Moscow.”
“This first issue (which actually tells us that "viking" was at one point a verb) is setting the stage for the story of Egil and Finn.”
“They murder merchants and steal their goods (the aforementioned "viking").”
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Interesting gene names. Some of these may have changed recently (to something less offensive/funny).
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Words which fit the joke format: "How do you like X-in(g)? I don't know, I've never X-ed".
A place for NASA-related stuff, from Mercury, Gemini, Apollo, Skylab, etc.
See news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/6940597.stm for an explanation, franksingleton.clara.net/sea_area_changes.html and en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:UK_shipping_forecast_zones.png for maps.
Not as cute as sheep, but there are some fun cultivar names.
Looking for tweets for viking.