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Sarah 🤷🏽‍♀️ 23h
Here's a thread!!! I'm sure y'all have read some of these, but I think it's a cute idea! This is gonna be mainly kacchako tbh. I really need to start branching out....
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littlecakes@ suuuure it's a creative reawakening Feb 20
so for Fic Writer Wednesday (bc I am so in on this OMG) i HAVE to share my collaborative partner in crime 's fics. I'm gonna make a thread here of my top three faves of hers.
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me bitch 23h
here's something nice, something naughty, and something i cant list in one tweet so here's thread
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David Retherford Feb 18
This just landed in the mail box today.
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David Retherford Feb 16
Very good day of research. Found and was able to cross check information. This will greatly strengthen my argument on Combat intelligence. Chapter 5 of 8. As a reward wife and I will watch “a bridge too far”
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KAT@ S.S. CALLDIA Feb 20
My for this week are a talented lady duo! and They were my first friends in the VLD fandom (under alteanbae). Their content had not only gotten me through the toxic dumpster fire aka the Voltron Fandom™, but also my last years as an undergrad.
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Bramford Local History Group 19h
Reposting this picture of AFS men. We now know was taken at the factory of Genatosan in Loughborough. Genatosan is an anagram of Sanatogen - the well known "nerve tonic" - developed by Bauer, Germany in 1898. In the factory was taken over by the government ...
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zjo Feb 20
i’ve been really out of it for the last week with the worst bout of anxiety i’ve had in years, and one of the things i’ve been doing to chill is reread fics i love: ’s figure skating series is top of that list
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meg @ saddled w/ unnecessary feelings Feb 20
Giving some love to this post-aa4 fic by ideny (if they have a twitter idk it, I'm sorry!!) because every time I come back to Ace Attorney fandom I have to make a pit stop at this fic. Characterization, setting, prose, storytelling all on POINT. 🍷💌
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Nick Budd 13h
Replying to @sworrall
For me, Verdun has always been the battlefield to visit. I think the context of the fortifications interests me, so I can more easily orientate myself.
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Dr Rich Willis Feb 19
Very impressed with overall on my 1st visit. 1 thing slightly rankled with me: when I asked about things relating to First a World War, lady on welcome desk pointed me towards Shot at Dawn memorial.
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Emily Marsden Feb 18
Spending the day at looking at photos of men standing over women in the munitions factories of the First World War.
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Nick Budd 14h
Unpopular opinion alert no.7,869 I can’t get beyond a certain level of interest in WF as the battlefields are less interesting to me. Often featureless & I struggle to put them in context. so very different to me for opposite reason. Ignorance or understandable?
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sorua @ store open april 1 ✨ Feb 20
Replying to @aurosart
because I got too ahead of myself and well, sue me.
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heather 🍄 @nuttin' over goodass stationery 23h
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Dr Rich Willis Feb 20
One of the things I did learn today whilst reading the Birmingham Evening Despatch newspaper, was just how much sport (particularly horse racing) still going on in the summer of 1918.
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David Retherford Feb 12
My wife properly articulate that Marines are not soldiers. My work here is complete. 😎
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Ryan Gearing Feb 14
Replying to @itsnikkigale
How much information have you come across concerning wind chill factor when exploring the weather during ? It’s that blast across Flanders which really catches, add that to the cold, wet etc and I think that carries a lot of impact to morale, resilience, operations
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David Retherford Feb 18
This weeks reading. It’s a big one. All about the 26th infantry division.
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Debbie Laughton Feb 14
I didn’t know Scafell Pike had memories from soldiers! And November is such a good time to go!
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