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The first reference to Robin Hood's Bay comes in 1538 when it was recorded as "a fisher townlet of twenty boats". At that time the settlement consisted of just fifty houses, but from that day to this the activities of the people living here have centred around and been dominated by the sea. Generations of fishermen have lived out their lives here, and smuggling looms large in the village's history. Many of the houses were once connected by a network of tunnels -- some still are -- that enabled smuggled goods to be easily transported from bay to clifftop without ever seeing the light of day.
Robin Hood's Bay: Fishing Hamlet, Smuggler's Haven
I’ve found these beer can toppers make excellent frisbee/ ninja stars and my kids love throwing them at each other.
Anyone come up with interesting other uses for beer gear? Either end of life like turning glass carboys into terrariums or clever cooking techniques using your hop-spider.
Dual use for beer gear - Northern Brewer General - Northern Brewer Forum
When the Evercade VS Founder Edition systems have sold out, buyers will be contacted by Funstock (primary stockist of the limited edition) for details. This will include the chance to provide a name for inclusion – perhaps your own name, a popular handle, anything like that. Just make sure it’s not offensive. And if you’re shy, it’s totally optional.
Evercade VS Founder Edition Now Available for Order - With Your Name in the Credits! | GamingRetro
Still, it could have been worse. In a transcript of a Raiders of the Lost Ark development meeting in January 1978, Indy’s creator George Lucas and the films’ director Steven Spielberg discuss how making their hero a statutory rapist might give the couple’s chemistry some extra fizz.
Allen suggests that Marion was 16 years old, and Indy 26, when they met: “I mean, they could have kissed a few times, and she was just completely bowled over, and he could have just not wanted to get involved with someone so young,” she says. “And maybe my father” – Indy’s mentor, the Egyptologist Abner Ravenwood – “would have been furious at him…. I mean, I guess, when something is as vague as that, you can colour it any way you want to colour it. I’ve tended to colour it, sort of, that it was quite innocent.
Is ‘creepy’ Indiana Jones a cradle-snatcher? Of course not – he doesn't exist