Today's Mighty Oak

Alright, let’s see what we have today. Couple Game of Thrones things now that it’s ended. Did you, like everyone, want to see a buddy comedy spin off of Arya and the Hound (as well as Tormund and Jon Snow), here’s the 80’s sitcom opening.

And here’s the haunting rendition (By Florence + The Machine, in the show, it was Podrick that sang it) of Jenny of Oldstone from Game of Thrones:

And if you need some semblance of hope after a certain death, here’s the couple during happier times.

And finally in Game of Thrones, here’s one second from every episode.

A sloth, very slowly of course, thanks a human who helped him out.

The new trailer for the Downton Abbey movie looks awesome (although mostly just fan service, but I’m okay with that):

Good news: Philadelphia can exclude foster care agencies who don’t work with queer families.

Very bad news: The administration has unveiled their policy to allow medical providers to discriminate against queer patients.

And finally today, someone did some fancy refilming and editing of the lightsaber duel in Episode 4. Generally I like it!

Okay, another quick update, let’s see what we have:

I don’t think this is such a great thing, everyone from Pittsburgh knows, just hit the “57” on the glass bottle:

My friend Tom will be very happy to know this, you actually can be made into a diamond after you die.

And from copyranter, a movie put together my stock images from Getty:

Rufio, the character from Hook, is getting a movie!  At least I think I’m excited.

And lastly, the new song for the soundtrack of Snow White and the Huntsman from Florence + The Machine:

Couple things for you today.  First up, this amazing rendition of Dog Days are Over by Florence +The Machine:

BuzzFeed points us towards an artist who has created indoor clouds!

And finally, an answer to the question, what came first, the chicken or the egg.

And finally, filmed from the ISS:

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