Horrible Histories cast to make Shakespeare movie
If you like your history with the foulest and funniest bits left in, get this: the people behind CBBC’s Horrible Histories are making a new film, Bill.
It’s a tale of murderous kings, spies, lost loves, and even includes a plot to blow up the Queen, Elizabeth I.
The people behind the film say they think the Bard would like the comedy “…apart from the bit where he’s dressed as a tomato.”
So ready for this
With deference to the genius of David Bowie, here’s Space Oddity, recorded on Station. A last glimpse of the World.
Huge thanks in the making of the video to the talented trio of Emm Gryner, Joe Corcoran and Andrew Tidby, plus Evan Hadfield and all at the CSA.
Chris Hadfield is fast becoming one of my favorite people.
We meet Mr Messy—a man whose entire day-to-day existence is the undiluted expression of his individuality. His very untidiness is a metaphor for his blissful and unselfconscious disregard for the Social Order. Yes, there are times when he himself is a victim of this individuality—as when he trips over a brush he has left on his garden path—but he goes through life with a smile on his face.
This series of reviews from 2010 is, in a word, brilliant.
Too perfect for words.
Q:YOU DON'T KNOW SHIT ABOUT THE BRONTOSAURUS, OKAY?! YOU DON'T FUCKING KNOW SHIT!!! DON'T YOU SHOVE YOUR PRIVILEGED CRAP DOWN MY THROAT, OKAY?!?! FUCKING GO BACK TO STARBUCKS AND DRINK YOUR SLOP MADE OF THE SWEAT OF IMMIGRANT CHILDREN. YOU FUCKING MAKE ME SICK.
My dinosaur thug life right here. Heavy stuff going down.
What Is Up With “Thou,” “Thee,” “Thy,” and “Thine”?
Thank you so much, except for the first slide—
the -th/-eth ending for a verb is actually the older conjugation for the third person singular. For “thou,” you should use -st/-est, so as clunky as it sounds—”ask’st” or “askest” (as thou wilt)