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TV-Series #47 | Wilma Franzen
Wilma Franzén: TV-Series – TV-Series 
Pushing Daisies (2007–2009)

Pushing Daisies is an American fantasy mystery comedy-drama television series created by Bryan Fuller that aired on ABC from October 3, 2007, to June 13, 2009. The series stars Lee Pace as Ned, a pie-maker with the ability to bring dead things back to life with his touch, an ability that comes with stipulations. Together with his formerly deceased childhood crush Chuck (Anna Friel), private investigator Emerson Cod (Chi McBride), and co-worker Olive Snook (Kristin Chenoweth), Ned uses his abilities to solve murder cases.The cast also includes Ellen Greene, Swoosie Kurtz, and Field Cate, with Jim Dale acting as narrator.
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Movies #35.2 | Wilma Franzen
Wilma Franzén: Movies – Film
The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas (2008) (Review)
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Questions #47 | Wilma Franzen
Wilma Franzén: Questions 
How did the city of Atlanta get its name?
Gov. Lumpkin asked them to name it after his daughter, instead, and Terminus became Marthasville. In 1845, the Chief Engineer of the Georgia Railroad, (J. Edgar Thomson) suggested that Marthasville be renamed to "Atlantica-Pacifica", which was quickly shortened to "Atlanta"
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Music #32 | Wilma Franzen
Wilma Franzén: Music – History
Common practice period 
In the history of European art music, the term common practice period refers to the era between the formation and the dissolution of the tonal system. Though there are no exact dates for this phenomenon, most features of the common-practice period persisted from the mid to late baroque period, through the Classical and Romantic periods, or roughly from around 1650 to 1900. While certain prevailing patterns and conventions characterise the music of this period, the time period also saw considerable stylistic evolution. Some conventions evolved during this period that were rarely employed at other times during what may still be labeled “common practice” (for example, Sonata Form). Thus, the dates 1650–1900 are necessarily nebulous and arbitrary borders that depend on context. The most important unifying feature through this time period concerns a harmonic language to which mod
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Biography #47 | Wilma Franzen
Wilma Franzén: Biography 
H. H. Holmes (1861–1896)
Murderer, Serial Killer

Herman Webster Mudgett, better known under the name of Dr. Henry Howard Holmes or more commonly H. H. Holmes, was one of the first documented serial killers in the modern sense of the term.
Name: Herman Webster Holmes
Age: 36
Date of birth: May 16, 1861, Gilmanton, New Hampshire, U.S
Date of death: May 7, 1896, Moyamensing Prison, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Herman Webster Mudgett (May 16, 1861 – May 7, 1896), better known under the name of Dr. Henry Howard Holmes or more commonly just H. H. Holmes, was one of the first documented serial killers in modern sense of the term.
In May 16, 1861, Herman Webster Mudgett was born in New Hampshire to Levi Horton Mudgett and Theodate Page Price. He was the third-born child; having an older sister Ellen, an ol
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News #47 | Wilma Franzen
Wilma Franzén: News
April 2017
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Quotes #8 | Wilma Franzen
Wilma Franzén: Quotes 
“Never give in – never, never, never, never, in nothing great or small, large or petty, never give in except to convictions of honour and good sense. Never yield to force; never yield to the apparently overwhelming might of the enemy.”
                                                   – Winston Churchill 
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Nerdy Facts #18 | Wilma Franzen
Wilma Franzén: Nerdy Facts 
Nerdy Fact #018
Obi-Wan Kenobi’s home planet is called Stewjon after former Daily Show host Jon Stewart.
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WTF Fun Facts #28 | Wilma Franzen
Wilma Franzén: WTF Fun Facts
WTF Fun Fact
An average woman stare at the mirror at least 30 times a day
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Literature #24.1 | Wilma Franzen
Wilma Franzén: Literature – Drama 
Sophocles – Oedipus Rex (429 BC)
Oedipus Rex, also known by its Greek title, Oedipus Tyrannus (Ancient Greek: Οἰδίπους Τύραννος IPA: [oidípuːs týranːos]), or Oedipus the King, is an Athenian tragedy by Sophocles that was first performed around 429 BC. Originally, to the ancient Greeks, the title was simply Oedipus (Οἰδίπους), as it is referred to by Aristotle in the Poetics. It is thought to have been renamed Oedipus Tyrannus to distinguish it from Oedipus at Colonus. In antiquity, the term “tyrant” referred to a ruler, but it did not necessarily have a negative connotation.
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Historical Photos #37 | Wilma Franzen
Wilma Franzén: Historical Photo
Rare shots of a young Winston Churchill (1890s) 

A rare shot of a twenty-one-year-old Winston Churchill in the uniform of the Fourth Queen’s Own Hussars, 1895.
When Winston Churchill entered the Royal Military College (Sandhurst) few could foresee that he would be seen as one of Great Britain’s greatest war leaders. He tried three times before passing the entrance exam; he applied to be trained for the cavalry rather than the infantry because the required grade was lower and he was not required to learn mathematics, which he disliked. At Sandhurst, Churchill had a new start. 
“I was no longer handicapped by past neglect of Latin, French or Mathematics. We had now to learn fresh things and we all started equal. Tactics, Fortification, Topography [map-making], Military Law and Military Fortification, formed the whole curriculum
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Things 90s Kids Realise #42 | Wilma Franzen
Wilma Franzén: Things 90s Kids Realise 
No Right Said Fred, You Are Not “Too Sexy For Your Shirt”   
I don’t know if you remember the song “I’m Too Sexy”, released in 1991 by British group Right Said Fred. It was their debut song and it peaked at number two in the UK Singles Chart, and topped the charts in six different countries, such as Australia, Ireland, and the United States. The song wasn’t exactly remembered for its good lyrics, wonderful composition, no, it is remembered for its rememberable lyric of: “I’m too sexy for [insert object, place, animal]”. 
According to this song, they are too sexy for the following:
love shirt, Milan New York Japan your party car hat cat the song itself
In addition they believe they are so sexy that it physically hurts. Now as a heterosexual female that primary get attracted to men, I can say that after a Google search these gentlemen here, are not
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TV-Series #46 | Wilma Franzen
Wilma Franzén: TV-Series 
Years in Television 
A list of years in television.  
Before 1930
1900: The world “television” (télévision) is first coined by Russian scientist Constantin Perskyi at the First International Electricity Congress in Paris, part of the International World Fair.  1907: Boris Rosing, a Russian scientist and inventor, transmits silhouette images of geometric shapes, using a Nipkow disk, mirror-drum, and a cathode ray tube receiver.  1908: In a letter to Nature, A.A. Campbell-Swinton describes the modern electronic camera and display system which others are to develop throughout the 1920s.  1923: Vladimir Zworykin patents the “iconoscope”, the first ancestor of the electric scanning television camera.  1925: On 2 October, John Logie Baird achieves transmission and remote display of the first televisi
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Movies #35.1 | Wilma Franzen
Wilma Franzén: Movies – Film
The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas (2008)

The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas (released as The Boy in the Striped Pajamas in the United States) is a 2008 British-American historical period drama based on the novel of the same name by Irish writer John Boyne. Directed by Mark Herman, produced by BBC Films and Heyday Films, and distributed by Miramax (North America) and Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (International), the film stars Vera Farmiga, David Thewlis, Asa Butterfield, and Jack Scanlon. It was released on 12 September 2008 in the United Kingdom. 
The film, known as a Holocaust drama, explores the horror of a World War II  Nazi extermination camp through the eyes of two eight-year-old boys: Bruno (Butterfield), the son of the camp’s Nazi commandant, and Shmuel (Scanlon), a Jewish inmate. 
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Questions #46 | Wilma Franzen
Wilma Franzén: Questions
Why are there 60 seconds in a minute?
THE DEVISION of the hour into 60 minutes and of the minute into 60 seconds comes from the Babylonians who used a sexagesimal (counting in 60s) system for mathematics and astronomy. They derived their number system from the Sumerians who were using it as early as 3500 BC.
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Music #31.2 | Wilma Franzen
Wilma Franzén: Music – Remix
Sia – “Chandelier” (VILLAGE Remix) (2014) (Review)
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I Want You (She's So Heavy)-Doctor/Reader
Takes place during the Doctor and Martha's stay in the 1960s described in the episode "Blink." Reader acts as a second companion. Companion piece to "Summer of '69."
“So,” Y/N began, hands tight on the steering wheel. The truck—rented from an agency that charged them a few pounds a week—jolted as it passed over the country terrain.
“Don’t say anything,” The Doctor ordered. He glared out the front window and kept his Time Manipulation and Disturbance Gauge, which he’d just now decided to refer to as his “timey-wimey detector” to cheer himself up, clutched to his chest.
“Chickens, huh?”
“Not a word, Y/N.”
“I know we’re tight with money, Doctor, but if you’d just told us that you fancied a hard-boiled—“
“Oh, ha-ha. One of the greatest Earth mysteries is that you’re not a celebrated comic,” the Doctor interrupted dryly. He had to fight to keep his scowl
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Who Likes Short Shorts?~Doctor/Reader
“I’m dying,” Y/N mumbled. Her words were thick and low. “I’m dying and there’s nothing I can do about it.”
“You’re not dying,” the Doctor replied, a grin in his voice.
He was being obnoxiously cheerful, considering that Donna Noble was also convinced that she was half-way through melting to death. Not for the first time, Donna inwardly shook her fist at whatever evolutionary thing-a-ma-do on Gallifrey helped Time Lords evolve into temperature insensitive arseheads. He barely had any sweat on him. He’d removed his suit jacket and tie, rolled up his sleeves, but other than that, he looked perfectly content in the 104 degree console room.
Donna Noble wondered if this is what animalistic hatred felt like, if animalistic hatred was tempered by a lack of a will to live.
She and Y/N were sprawled out on the console sofa, trying desperately not to die of heat stroke. Both had stripped down to shorts and undershirts, which they
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Summer of '69-10th Doctor/Reader
Takes place during the Doctor and Martha's stay in 1969 described in the episode "Blink." Reader acts as a second companion.
“Ah, well.” The Doctor smiled. With his hands in his pockets, he looked around the street. “Nineteen sixties. Not a bad time to get stuck in.”
“Please don’t go recreational hippie on us. Please,” You mock-sighed, and he winked at you.
Martha’s mouth fell open a little at your accepting tones. “Guys, we’re not seriously going to just sit here and take this, right?”
The Doctor glanced at you, and you both shrugged in unison. “Good music,” you said, to which the Doctor inclined his head as if to grant you that point.
“You’re joking,” Martha said.
“I mean, you’ve got Johnny Cash,” You ticked off a finger. “The Beatles.”
“The Isley Brothers,” the Doctor added. “The Who.”
“Oh! Unchained Melody by the Righteo
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You Really Got Me Right Now~Doctor/Reader
“Hurry up, you two! The Avengers is on, and I don’t want to have to explain the entire first ten minutes to you!” Martha shouted. She popped a piece of popcorn in her mouth and nestled into the arm of the couch. Her socked feet jiggled in time with the theme song.
“Honestly, the whole thing doesn’t pick up until the Hulk recruitment bit’s done and everyone’s on the hellicarrier,” Y/N called from the bedroom that she and Martha shared.
Martha swallowed. “What?”
Y/N sighed, walking in with a cracked-open book. She settled on the sofa. “I know we’re not even a decade apart, Martha, but sometimes I feel our distance all too keenly.”
“… This show started in ’61.”
“One day you’ll understand. And you’ll love it when you get there.”
The Doctor padded in from the kitchen.  “Mm,” he hummed approvingly. “Spy-fy.”
He plopped onto the couch, leav
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Being Human-John Smith!Doctor/Reader Pt. 1/3
Takes place during the episode "Human Nature" with the Reader acting as a second companion
“Stairs—what about the stairs?” John Smith raised his eyebrows and took a step back, confused by the interruption to his nervous chatter.
“They’re right behind you!”
He staggered for a moment, the books tipping his lean form backwards before he fell in a flurry of books and loose papers. Slamming into something soft, he heard a loud “Oof!” and another round of pages went flying into the air. Instinctively, John twisted so that when he finally slid to the bottom, there was a lithe body on top of his and a sharp throbbing in his head. His groan was answered by rustling skirts as his victim climbed off him.
“Mister Smith, are you all right?”
John blinked as the rather pretty face of the headmaster’s secretary swam in front of him. The sleek, wire-rim glasses usually perched upon her nose were gone, probably lost in their tumble
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Rainy Mornings [Husband!Sousuke x Reader]
Pit. Pat. Pitpat. Pitpatpitpatpitpat.
You stir in bed as you hear the raindrops from outside increasing at a steady rate. You reach up and rub your eyes, letting out a soft yawn as you see your husband pulling you closer to the warmth of his body. He buries his head in the crook of your neck as a mild groan escapes from his lips.
"Is it raining...?"
"Yeah. Looks like we're going to have to cancel our date for today."
"Let's just stay like this all day, then," Sousuke smiles and places a small kiss on your neck.
"Aww, but I was looking forward to going out," you turn to face him, moving in so that there is barely any space between the two of you.
"There's always next weekend," he leans up a bit and places gentle kisses along your jawline. You whimper, surprised that Sousuke is trying to tempt you so early in the morning.
"Sousuke, if you keep doing this we might end up not having energy for the rest of the day," you gently push him off and roll out of bed. "I'm going to make brea
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"I always thought it'd be better to be a fake somebody than a real nobody."
– Tom Ripley

Hello, fellow people of the internet, my name is Wilma Franzén. I'm a 17-year-old female from Sweden and I have a dream that one day I would start a deviantArt. I'm mainly going to focus on literature, because I'm cool like that or something. This is not where you are going to find "weird" fan fiction (there is enough of that on this site) but things like news-stories, biographies about people, facts. That might just be interesting enough.

*If somethings goes wrong, like the upload schedule (something is just not uploaded) it maybe because it something stressful at school.

**Remember that some things may look a little weird when it comes to the layout so I will include a PDF-file of the original article on the selected page so that you can see what it looked like before. [Every article is written on the Apple application 'Pages'.]

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Pushing Daisies (2007–2009)

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Pushing Daisies is an American fantasy mystery comedy-drama television series created by Bryan Fuller that aired on ABC from October 3, 2007, to June 13, 2009. The series stars Lee Pace as Ned, a pie-maker with the ability to bring dead things back to life with his touch, an ability that comes with stipulations. Together with his formerly deceased childhood crush Chuck (Anna Friel), private investigator Emerson Cod (Chi McBride), and co-worker Olive Snook (Kristin Chenoweth), Ned uses his abilities to solve murder cases.The cast also includes Ellen Greene, Swoosie Kurtz, and Field Cate, with Jim Dale acting as narrator.

Wilma Franzén: Movies – Film

The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas (2008) (Review)

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Wilma Franzén: Questions 

How did the city of Atlanta get its name?

Gov. Lumpkin asked them to name it after his daughter, instead, and Terminus became Marthasville. In 1845, the Chief Engineer of the Georgia Railroad, (J. Edgar Thomson) suggested that Marthasville be renamed to "Atlantica-Pacifica", which was quickly shortened to "Atlanta"

Wilma Franzén: Music – History

Common practice period 

In the history of European art music, the term common practice period refers to the era between the formation and the dissolution of the tonal system. Though there are no exact dates for this phenomenon, most features of the common-practice period persisted from the mid to late baroque period, through the Classical and Romantic periods, or roughly from around 1650 to 1900. While certain prevailing patterns and conventions characterise the music of this period, the time period also saw considerable stylistic evolution. Some conventions evolved during this period that were rarely employed at other times during what may still be labeled “common practice” (for example, Sonata Form). Thus, the dates 1650–1900 are necessarily nebulous and arbitrary borders that depend on context. The most important unifying feature through this time period concerns a harmonic language to which modern music theorists can apply Roman numeral analysis.

Wilma Franzén: Biography 

H. H. Holmes (1861–1896)

Murderer, Serial Killer

H. H. Holmes by MissWilma

Herman Webster Mudgett, better known under the name of Dr. Henry Howard Holmes or more commonly H. H. Holmes, was one of the first documented serial killers in the modern sense of the term.

Name: Herman Webster Holmes
Age: 36
Date of birth: May 16, 1861, Gilmanton, New Hampshire, U.S
Date of death: May 7, 1896, Moyamensing Prison, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.

Herman Webster Mudgett (May 16, 1861 – May 7, 1896), better known under the name of Dr. Henry Howard Holmes or more commonly just H. H. Holmes, was one of the first documented serial killers in modern sense of the term.

In May 16, 1861, Herman Webster Mudgett was born in New Hampshire to Levi Horton Mudgett and Theodate Page Price. He was the third-born child; having an older sister Ellen, an older brother Arthur and a younger brother named Henry. Holmes’s was a farmer from a farmer family and his parents were devoted Methodists. According the 2007 documentary-series Most Evil, Holmes’s father was a violent alcoholic. Holmes excelled in school, which led to bullying by jealous classmates.

In an attempt to scare him, the bullies forced him into the local doctor’s office. The made him stand face to face with a human skeleton, even placing the skeleton’s hand on his face. Holmes later recalled saying that at first he was frighted, but founded later a fascination in the experience. He also wrote that the experience cured him of his fears. It was after this he became obsessed with death and later started a hobby of dissecting animals. This interest may have been the reason for him to pursue a medical career.

After graduating high school at age sixten, he changed his name from his birth name Henry Howard Mudgett to the name he would be later known as Henry Howard Holmes (H. H. Holmes).

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Damn. There's so many girls here posting just selfies and getting tons of new watchers per day. Why did you chose literature...?
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