Raised by wolves in sheep clothing.
#BritishMade
#CanadianRaised
#EthiopianByHeart

 

ohlivyuhuxtable:

“what the fuck were you doing with your neck?”

Best. Show. Ever. Bitches #FreshMeat

nationalpostsports:

It has been awhile since the Leafs have been made the playoffs, so here is a refresher on the protocols.

Time to practice

nationalpostsports:

It has been awhile since the Leafs have been made the playoffs, so here is a refresher on the protocols.

Time to practice

freeintegrated:

“This bust is one of the very few documents of an actual black person from Greek and Roman antiquity. Memnon was a pupil and protégé of the well-known Athenian entrepreneur and philosopher Herodes Atticus.
It was found more than a century ago in one of several villas owned by Herodes, and it adds a face to the name of the person recorded by Philostratus in his Lives of the Sophists, an account of the famous philosophers of the second century.
The exact circumstances of Memnon’s entry into this celebrated milieu are unknown, but there is no doubt about the esteem in which he was held. He was given the sobriquet “Memnon” in reference to the Ethiopian ally of the Trojans in Homer’s Iliad. Philostratus and other sources record the extreme grief manifested by Herodes upon the early death of Memnon.”

freeintegrated:

“This bust is one of the very few documents of an actual black person from Greek and Roman antiquity. Memnon was a pupil and protégé of the well-known Athenian entrepreneur and philosopher Herodes Atticus.
It was found more than a century ago in one of several villas owned by Herodes, and it adds a face to the name of the person recorded by Philostratus in his Lives of the Sophists, an account of the famous philosophers of the second century.
The exact circumstances of Memnon’s entry into this celebrated milieu are unknown, but there is no doubt about the esteem in which he was held. He was given the sobriquet “Memnon” in reference to the Ethiopian ally of the Trojans in Homer’s Iliad. Philostratus and other sources record the extreme grief manifested by Herodes upon the early death of Memnon.”

flight-time:

In Your Face and In Your Face

During Game 3 of the 1994 Western Conference Semi-Finals, Mario Ellie had some quiet words with Danny Ainge following a shooting foul.

Ainge said nothing at the time, but responded late in the game by throwing the ball at Ellie’s head.

Footage of this verbal and physical exchange is on loop at the Basketball Hall of Fame, Springfield MA.