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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 2.5 License. This means you're free to copy and share these comics (but not to sell them). More details xkcd: The Agincourt Gambit So, my question for the amusement of the readers: The English archers moved first at Agincourt. By Grim on Sunday, July 08, 2012. 2 comments: MikeD said... Shouldn't the middle of that chessboard be muddy, and narrow-fronted? 8:39 AM Grim said... Yeah, you'd need to block off some of the squares on the sides. And the Crecy variation needs an elevation advantage.

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  1. at a special resonance of nor did it originate during the 15th-century Battle of Agincourt as a corruption of He and all of his crew would have died of starvation, thirst or scurvy had they not. Posted by BeauHD on Friday July 29, 2016 @02:00AM from the heart-disease dept. They reported that three out of the seven dead Apollo astronauts died as a result James Irwin, Apollo.
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  4. Azincourt (früher: Agincourt) ist eine französische Gemeinde mit 308 Einwohnern (Stand 1. Januar 2018) im Département Pas-de-Calais in der Region Hauts-de-France; sie gehört zum Arrondissement Montreuil und zum Kanton Auxi-le-Châtea
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  7. Jul 8, 2012 - I took a class in college that covered a lot of the Hundred Years' War, so I laughed hard at this one

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The Agincourt Gambit xkcd - Knights. Brilliant. Posted by Jason at 3:25 PM. Email This BlogThis! Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Pinterest. Labels: English history, French history, Military history, Wars and Conflicts. 2 comments: Ian July 7, 2012 at 2:53 AM. That is funny LOL Ian. Reply Delete. Replies. Reply. Michael Awdry. The clue is a reference to the web comic xkcd #1078 titled The Agincourt Gambit, and this game was given the title of The Battle of Agincourt when used as the Game of the Day in 2015. The title to the clue is the secret text visible when you hover your mouse over the artwork on the xkcd website. clue #15: prize claimed by SwitchingQuylthulg! Tarot Hint: It has to do with a short story. $\begingroup$ I am reminded of this Xkcd. Moles, but suddenly seems relevant. I'm not sure that's enough. But I know how to improve it: important feature of terrain in battle of Agincourt was that land was recently ploughed, which magnified effect of heavy downpour. If your gods for some reason want animal offerings buried, there's a good reason to soften the ground before soaking it. St Crispin's Day Speech from William Shakespeare's Henry V, Act IV Scene iii 18-67 at the Battle of Agincourt, on St. Crispin's Day, Oc.. Ancient, medieval, Islamic and world history -- comments, resources and discussion

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  1. Agincourt is exceptionally well-recorded by medieval chroniclers, yet not one medieval account of the battle records such behaviour by the English archers. Apparently Jean Froissart is the only medieval chronicler of the Hundred Years' War who mentions the English making insulting hand gestures to their French adversaries. I haven't been able to find the reference within his work.
  2. Today is the anniversary of two signal events in the History of Civilization (i.e., the history of the Anglosphere): the Battle of Agincourt, wherein some 1,000 English bowmen defeated ten times their number in men-at-arms, knights, and other yeoman, and the Charge of the Light Brigade, wherein some 700 British cavalry charged, quite literally, into the cannon's mouth
  3. The real-life York died at Agincourt when his horse fell on him and crushed him to death. Branagh's cinematic York died when an entire assassination squad of French soldiers surrounded him and cut him to ribbons. Branagh scripted this for the same reason that his casting director selected a cute young dude to play York: because it looked fucking awesome. Homely fortysomething being crushed.

(See Agincourt, Battle of) I can conceive of other candidates (Fosbury flop, baseball steroids) but in the real world it's easier to think of counterexamples or edge cases which would allow survival despite the strategy I regret nothing about this post. Nothing. Picture via Wikipedia.Questionable fashion decisions by Francis II of France

Five-line XKCD ekphrasis. Friday, 27 July 2012. Comic 1087 - Cirith Ungol. There lurks a beast in Cirith Ungol In atmosphere gloomy and fungal Her heart black as night Who quotes... EB White?! When spinning her spiderweb jungle. Original comic here. Posted by Edward Limerick Lear at 11:07 am No comments: Email This BlogThis! Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Pinterest. Labels. Four-wheel-drives are to ISIS what longbows were to the English at Agincourt - Spectator Blogs Why arming anyone in the Middle East is a bad idea: the Toyotas were supplied by the US government to the Al Nusra Front as 'non-lethal aid' then 'acquired' by ISI

Agincourt. 14thC and 15thC are both depicted and described as carrying swords, axes, maces and the welsh specifically a long, long knife. I wonder what changed their minds. Top. Dave B Post Knight Posts: 1737 Joined: Thu Jul 28, 2005 9:34 pm Location: Cheshire. Re: Archers Side Arm. Post by Dave B » Thu Sep 13, 2012 1:43 pm. I presume that the equiping of armys became more organised. I guess. But for the moment, Agincourt had shown that heavily armoured knights were easy targets against the massed firepower of poorly paid common archers. The naval parallel is almost too easy to make. Battleships are as the armoured nobility of the high seas. When these capital ships engage, the engage as did the knights of yore. They move in close and slug it out like heavyweight boxers magnified a. Ranged weapons is perhaps one example. (See Agincourt, Battle of) I can conceive of other candidates (Fosbury flop, baseball steroids) but in the real world it's easier to think of counterexamples or edge cases which would allow survival despite the strategy. So, returning to the world of games meaning something more akin to its casual usage, has anyone else thought about this? In computer. Before the Battle of Agincourt in 1415, the French, anticipating victory over the English, proposed to cut off the middle finger of all captured English soldiers. Without the middle finger it would be impossible to draw the renowned English longbow and therefore they would be incapable of fighting in the future. This famous English longbow was made of the native English Yew tree, and the act. Because we're fellow creatures living in a common world, to say that the grace of God informs the lives of those who do not even believe in this God is to say that Henry V's speech at Agincourt is beautiful or that force equals mass times acceleration. Such is simply the nature of the claim. That there can be arrogant actors, scientists and theologians is beyond doubt. Individuals often.

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  4. Labels: Agincourt, City of London, Henry V. Sunday, 8 November 2015. S.P.Q.R. I'm very lucky to live close to Bath, which has two lovely independent bookshops, Mr B's and Topping and Co Books, both of which regularly arrange events and signings. One of the most recent was an event organized by Toppings, featuring Professor Mary Beard, who was in Bath to talk about her new book, S.P.Q.R. Prof.

At Agincourt, the armored knights were rendered vulnerable to longbow bombardment by thick mud. At Waterloo , Napoleon was delayed in moving his artillery into position by several hours because he had to solve the problem of moving them through the mud, which allowed Wellington time to rendezvous with a Prussian force, giving him a significant numerical advantage that proved decisive You can read more about him in this article, and on his Web site. I'm not sure how historically accurate his techniques may be. He obviously believes in them, and provides evidence for his claims: but I'm not sure how well they would have worked on a battlefield, where thousands of archers would be massed together (as at the battles of Crécy or Agincourt) or riding together on horseback (as.

Not so much long reading but a long weekend, at least for some readers, with a holiday on Monday in Victoria for Labor Day. (Which seems to cope without commemorating any particular historical event, raising the question of why Australia Day can't do the same. At Agincourt and Crecy, English Longbowmen darkened the sky with a cloud of arrows, to cut down a generation of French knights.[12] At range, these longbows were an area-effect weapon — archers were not looking to snipe individual targets, but were rather using their high rate of fire to saturate the enemy battle lines. While no archer was individually any more accurate than another. No, it's a horse. You just told me it was a horse. But it's a spaceship. Any idiot can see it's a spaceship. It's got four launching pads, and two cockpits at the front, and a lovely shiny mane Back in March of last year, at the start of his epic tour of 80 theatres to celebrate his 80th birthday, I went to see Sir Ian McKellen in Bristol, and then after he finished his tour, he added extra dates and did 80+ performances at the Harold Pinter Theatre, and on an impulse, last autumn when the dates were announced, I booked a ticket for the very last show, on 5th January

OldAFSarge posts some great old paintings of Napoleonic cavalry, on the occasion of the discovery of the grave of French General Etienne near Smolensk.Etienne was one of Napoleon's favorite generals and his name is engraved on the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. But the paintings are what struck me, particularly the ones of the cuirassiers - heavy cavalry The first flight of the Space Shuttle happened closer to the present day than to the Battle of Agincourt. Ha ha, you're OLD!!! Tags: blog: fiction | Upcoming appearances this spring and summer! Wednesday, April 17th, 2013. I'm getting ready to hit the road for a bunch of conventions! If you're near any of these places, I'd love to see you there. I'd be pleased to shake your hand.

https://flic.kr/p/2jQ8QF5 Today is the Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time, and the Optional Memorial of Saint Crispin and Saint Crispinian, Martyrs (died c. 286), which means that today is Saint Crispin's Day. Our Gospel Reading for the Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) comes to us from Matthew 22:34-40: When the Pharisees heard that Jesus ha Strategist skriver om sine personlige tanker og meninger The Daily What I love xkcd wedding cakes / boom de yada boom de yada. (tags: internet pictures xkcd comics food) (tags: internet pictures xkcd comics food) Links for 2010-09-07 | ScienceBlog During the negotiations surrounding the battle of Agincourt, one of the participants was a French Herald by the name of Montjoy, though he played only a small part in real life. Some people have tried to explain Shakespeare's use of that name by pointing out that Shakespeare had a relationship with someone whose name was Montjoy. Reply Delete. Replies. Reply. Anonymous February 10, 2015 at 8. Arbitrary Aardvark. This is a place where I can post stuff that is off-topic to my election law blog at ballots.blogspot.com

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  1. It seems that the French are having a meeting of historians at which they're going to accuse us of war crimes and cheating at Agincourt. Apparently, the reason they lost wasn't at all due to it being a meeting of excellent troops led by visionary tacticians meeting a bunch of garlic-smelling cheese-eating surrender monkeys
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The Agincourt Carol was written in celebration of the victory of the English against the French at the Battle of Agincourt in 1415. 600 years later the carol is sung at the Tower of London. Henry Purcell (1659-1695), Full Fathom Five, VOCES8, Les Inventions . Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847), Scherzo from A Midsummer Night's Dream Op.21, Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra, conductor Valery Gergiev. ON / Toronto / Agincourt North / Xe Lua. Lua Azul DINING Gourmet Cantonese Cuisine Lua Azul whisks guests into the world of traditional Chinese fine dining that is fit for every occasion. You don't have to travel far to find the best traditional Cantonese cuisine and dim sums. Lua Azul serves up a Guangdong menu that is steeped in authenticity, from bite-sized Wontons [ Speisekarte, Fotos und.

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  2. Comment from durnedyankee Time: January 22, 2021, 12:01 am The Venetians brought that to England along with a fleet of Venetian built Templar galleys, a half ton of Grana Padano, a lifetime supply of Venetian blinds, and plans for a city to be built in a swamp which the English subsequently allowed the French to capture at Agincourt (1415) when Robert de Bournonville overran the baggage train
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  4. Battle of Agincourt and all that. I'd rather add a well-sourced sentence shedding more light on their fighting ability than this cartwheels nonsense. --Dennis Bratland 03:12, 3 June 2013 (UTC) Wouldn't that prove how very flexible they were? If you could do a Cartwheel (gymnastics) then you could do anything

Agincourt. by Bryan. Most are not familiar with the battle of Agincourt, and the vast majority of those who recognize the name link it to Shakespeare's play, Henry V and the Saint Crispin's Day speech: We few, we happy few, we band of brothers; For he to-day that sheds his blood with me Shall be my brother; be he ne'er so vile, This day shall gentle his condition: And gentlemen in. Blog post ideas for lifestyle bloggers! If you're stuck and don't know what to write, check out this post on 50 topics you can choose from if you blog about lifestyle. #bloggers #lifestylebloggers #blogpostideas #blogideas #business #bloggin The Battle of Agincourt is an exercise in minimalism and how much you can convey on the big screen without the need for giant set pieces and huge armies (don't get me wrong I enjoy those as well but there is a lot done here for a little amount). My highlights of the film include the stellar intro by one of my all-time favorite actors, Derek Jacobi of. Von 'Henry V' erinnere ich mich noch am besten nicht Branagh selbst, obwohl er natürlich sehr gut war, sondern wie die Männer alle nach der Schlacht von Agincourt 'Non nobis Domine' gesungen haben, von allen Seiten des Theaters aus, um das Publikum herum. Ich glaube, dasselbe Kanon wurde auch in der Filmversion verwendet. Die RSC ist einfach sehr gut, auch wenn Stratford sehr auf Touristen.

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To: of Advice xkcd Randall from Common Munroe Problems Real-World Scientific for How Absur troper@tvtropes:/$ describe xkcd here What? No, we're not doing another Describe Topic Here joke.. troper@tvtropes:/$ sudo describe xkcd here. Okay. xkcd is a Stick-Figure Comic by Randall Munroe.It is a gag-a-day comic and generally does not have a continuing plot line or continuity (though there are occasional short story arcs) xkcd_the___gambit.png Which battle is being referenced here/What has been blanked out? Hint --- This battle was known for the clever use of the longbow against the opponents cavalry. Ans) The Battle of Agincourt 5) Time_magazine_9-11.jpg This time magazine edition, released a day after the September 11 attacks featured this cover. What was special about this magazine cover, which was the first.

Roman numeral, any of the symbols used in a system of numerical notation based on the ancient Roman system Surely, no; a race of effeminate, self-admiring, emaciated fribbles can never have descended in a direct line from the heroes of Potiers and Agincourt... 3. The total neglect of the art of speakin As Anne Curry says in The Battle of Agincourt: Sources and Interpretations, 'already a version of Agincourt was developing which was a mixture of experience and legend'. This is pretty normal when dealing with patriotic triumphalism, for what it's worth. We need but look at ancient accounts of Marathon or how gladly the English during the Great War leapt on the story of the Angels of Mons in. This is a list of common misconceptions.Each entry is worded as a correction; the misconceptions themselves are implied rather than stated. These entries are concise summaries of the main subject articles, which can be consulted for more detail Actually, Agincourt is a textbook case on why tech is not everything. All other things being equal, the French went into Agincourt with enough war tech to win the battle easily. They lost because the English made good use of the tech they had, while the French leadership let glory-seeking feudal lords squander their heavy cavalry advantage in fruitless charges over a narrow muddy battlefield.

But also because the community, for whatever reason, happens to be more intelligent than the communities of many others. As TheShadowDawn once remarked, it was a community of mostly amateur players. But this community of mostly amateur players resulted in a community of fun (the forum parties at Agincourt) rather than of competition As described in this xkcd comic, and referenced in Molly Lewis' blog, in order for it to not be creepy for you to be dating someone, they have to be at least half your age plus 7 years.Though this seems somewhat arbitrary, I did the math anyhow. 39/2=19.5 19.5+7= 26.5 So, I can safely date a twenty-six and a half year old woman without being creepy When I went to Iowa, you know I would tell the professors, 'Do you know why these are called HeLa cells? You know, Henrietta Lacks?' If you just read the book 'Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks', she had like cervical cancer, and so they took her cells back in like the fifties or whatever Who knows, maybe one day we will be the English at Agincourt. The fact of the matter is that being the underdog can be fun, oh for certain we don't get to sit around bragging all day about how we own an entire server and could some of you pitiable peons please come and play Order on our server so we can unleash our fearsome skills on you, but when we do get a victory it feels like we earned.

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There's a huge buzz from matching authors and subjects, so I want to do more of it - last year we commissioned Boris Johnson on Churchill, Tracy Borman on Thomas Cromwell and Ran Fiennes on Agincourt. And always acquiring world rights has to be the way to go so that we're not dependent on the UK hard copy or digital market Millions of people visit xkcd.com each week to read Randall Munroe's iconic webcomic. His stick-figure drawings about science, technology, language, and love have a large and passionate following. Fans of xkcd ask Munroe a lot of strange questions. What if you tried to hit a baseball pitched at 90 percent the speed of light? How fast can you hit a speed bump while driving and live

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I started working on the Power 19 list for Nobles on the weekend. Nobles is in a state of flux at the moment. I had a core mechanic that I had playtested and it seemed to work just fine The English equilivant would be if they were to celebrate their victory over the French at Agincourt in 1415. They won a battle but lost the war. They won a battle but lost the war. Thursday, May 5, 2016 at 12:49:00 PM CD It enrages the Yeerk so much that when it uncovers time travel, the first thing it does is try to go kill Henry V at Agincourt. Audrey Wait is a book about an Break Up Song that also turns into an infamous Ear Worm worldwide, shaming all parties involved. Live-Action TV . The concept is used in an episode of French TV series Kaamelott: King Arthur can't get out of his head a song he heard from. My favourites were the Agincourt re-enactors who would wander around between battles down to the local bistro (en France) and sup a beer or two in full plate armour! Reply. Speedy LE. 18 Apr 2005 #22 Stop please!! Mwuha hah hah ha!! The universe doesn't care what you believe. The wonderful thing about science is that it doesn't ask for your faith, it just asks for your eyes. xkcd: Beliefs.

Aug 17, 2019 - This Pin was discovered by JESSE HANSON. Discover (and save!) your own Pins on Pinteres Xkcd - Television Tropes - Free download as PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or view presentation slides online. Webcomi Friday 21st February 2020 15:38 GMT Agincourt and Crecy! The clear and present danger. Nobody is addressing the real risks here. This technology will give the muppets even better access to websites peddling this tripe. It allows the misinformation to be spread more widely amongst the credulous idiots. 62 3 Reply. Monday 24th February 2020 18:03 GMT BOBSta. Re: The clear and present danger.

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I'm starting to get really tired of White Knights. You've seen these gentlemen. They rush in, when they perceive someone as being in danger, and pavane around with grandeur, proclaim their goodness and wonderfulness, and their willingness to defend the helpless. And nine times out of ten, leave, full of honor and glory, leaving thing Mostly for my own sanity, the reason why I ended up ordering new boots from Amazon in a fit of retail therapy due to work. They are goddamn awesome boots, and just wearing them made me feel better as a human being, so Funniest online dating pics meme work is licensed under a her that Izz had replied to her inquiry and had promised if she could Prev random link to image url for hotlinking the door till xkcd roadrunner her nails sank into the pine felt hot tears gush into her eyes. Most analyses are concordant at approximately Ma, but two are discordant. No.

Fittingly enough, tomorrow begins the new year in the liturgy. I have received so many of God's blessings this year- gifts and talents, family and good friends, prosperity and success, grace and direction, growth and love This is a dataset of the all-time top 1,000 posts, from the top 2,500 subreddits by subscribers, pulled from reddit between August 15-20, 2013. - umbrae/reddit-top-2.5-millio Today is the Optional Memorial Saint Crispin and Saint Crispinian, Martyrs (died c. 286), which means that today is Saint Crispin's Day. And Early Voting begins today in Louisiana for the Open Primary Election, the Presidential Election, and the Congressional Election. Our Saints for today were born in the middle of the third century to There is also a race of herbivores at the beginning of the novel, who survey Earth in the 15th century and are horrified by the mindless savagery displayed by the humans at the Battle of Agincourt. In The Unexplored Summon://Blood-Sign , the White Queen finds the human world odd (though it's unclear whether this is just her personality or all Materials think the same way) Eric Goldman has come across an amazing pro se lawsuit [PDF] being brought by Nicholas C. Georgalis, an aggrieved social media user who believes he's owed an open platform in perpetuity, no matter.

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518 thoughts on Open Thread 72.75 Deiseach April 9, 2017 at 4:29 am. For once, not a headline from an American newspaper: 14 year old skips school to buy machine gun. Ah, yes - the ever recurring problem of truancy It compares Agincourt, Waterloo and the Somme, which were fought in 1415, 1815, and 1916 very close to each other. Keegan's description of Agincourt is particularly vivid. Michael Oren, Six Days of War, is simply riveting. You cannot understand Israel and Palestine today without a good understand of that war, and there is no better way to get it It's easy to fall into the trap of I can't beat him, an nobody else around here can beat him (and we're all heavy infantry like him), and single combat challenges are normally assumed to be strongest conventional heroes facing off (skirmishers and missile men never got any respect, even the English after Agincourt were disdained by the French knights). They simply assumed that the Jewish.

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