Kids really do say the darndest things, especially in their yearbook quotes.
Welcome to hell! Here it is people, FINALS WEEK, your head is on the chopping block and the executioner is sharpening his axe.
Or, OR... you're the 1%, you're fine. You are filled with nothing but knowledge and swagger as you walk to each class.
But lets face it. If you're reading this, that's probably not you. You're sweating, filled with panic and coffee, and spouting more swears than a sailor on your way to class.
So, lets take a look at how it will all go down.
These are the photographs and journal of George Murray Levick, who traveled with Captain Robert Falcon Scott (greatest name ever) on the ill-fated south pole expedition.
Levick was one of six men in Scott's Northern Party, who summered (1911-1912) at Cape Adare and survived the winter of 1912 in a snow cave when their ship was unable to reach them. Levick was not part of the team that accompanied Scott on his doomed quest to be the first to reach the South Pole.
After an arduous two-and-a-half month trek, Scott and his crew did make it to the South Pole on Jan. 17, 1912. But they discovered that the Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen had beat them to it. Scott and his team died on the way back to their base, faced with a blizzard and dwindling supplies.
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