Last month I wrote a blog for the great website, Raiders of the Lost Archives, about how the image of the pirate in the film The Princess Bride proves that piracy will never go out of style. You can check it out here. This blog is part one of a two-part article I will write about the image of piracy in popular film.
- Gusting winds, dropping humidity, scorching temps on the horizon. This can only mean one thing... m.youtube.com/watch?v=Z4qvpH… 5 hours ago
- RT @DamateCeres: TFW @MargaretAtwood and @LeVostreGC restore a little joy to life. 😍😍😍😍 Geeky, geeky, glorious joy. https://t.co/GFOg0UXXUX 13 hours ago
- I legit thought this was real for a minute... twitter.com/AdamKoszary/st… 17 hours ago
- RT @TheTattooedProf: Hey! I put words on the internet! The Progressive Stack and Standing for Inclusive Teaching thetattooedprof.com/2017/10/20/the… 17 hours ago
- RT @HistoryTime_: 20 October 1720. John Rackham, notorious English pirate of the Caribbean, was captured by the Royal Navy. He designed the… 20 hours ago