George cates and his orchestra - third man theme

So, to me, that sounds a lot like his origins right? I'm prone to calling this story "Doctor Strange's mid-life crisis" and as much as I'm kidding, it's not far off. Stephen has a very long road to walk in this series. I hope you'll all come along for the journey. It's going to be intense.

“Jessica Nigri?? THE Jessica Nigri?” Alex questioned with a brief chuckle of disbelief, glancing to his friend who returned the “I know!” look he had, before back to the stunning blonde. “Huh… Didn’t expect to see my best bud here with the cosplay master!” He said with a smile, putting down his small workout bag to the floor and adjusting the towel over his shoulder.

: In looking at the story you’ve already revealed, with Vader’s search for a kyber crystal of his own to corrupt, there’s a real feeling that there isn’t much sacred to him. Are there any lines he won’t cross at this point?

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“My eldest daughter went to Anfield a couple of times because dad was back there and Liverpool beat Man United and she fell asleep. She was only about two.

In June 1835 Airy was appointed Astronomer Royal in succession to John Pond , and began his long career at the national observatory which constitutes his chief title to fame. The condition of the observatory at the time of his appointment was such that Lord Auckland , the first Lord of the Admiralty , considered that "it ought to be cleared out," while Airy admitted that "it was in a queer state." With his usual energy he set to work at once to reorganise the whole management. He remodelled the volumes of observations, put the library on a proper footing, mounted the new ( Sheepshanks ) equatorial and organised a new magnetic observatory. In 1847 an altazimuth was erected, designed by Airy to enable observations of the moon to be made not only on the meridian , but whenever it might be visible. [12] In 1848 Airy invented the reflex zenith tube to replace the zenith sector previously employed. At the end of 1850 the great transit circle of 203 mm (8 inch) aperture and  m (11 ft 6 in) focal length was erected, and is still the principal instrument of its class at the observatory. The mounting in 1859 of an equatorial of 330 mm (13 inch) aperture evoked the comment in his journal for that year, "There is not now a single person employed or instrument used in the observatory which was there in Mr Pond's time"; and the transformation was completed by the inauguration of spectroscopic work in 1868 and of the photographic registration of sunspots in 1873. [8]

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