Aye,I'm Cook. Not a weird name by the way. I'm from England,and I'm proud of that mate. I have an addiction to smoking and drinking. My best friend died after his girlfriend's doctor murdered him. I'm pretty wild,and I love a good crazy adventure. Anyways,intro?
If you don't think James was having the time of his life, you're wrong. Despite being covered in blood, he was laughing his ass off. Fist fights were always fun, especially when no one saw his face, he got to leave a dead body, and he ran before the police could come. And run he did. Honestly, James hadn't moved that fast in a while. No need, when you aren't killing anybody. But this time /they/ were bored out of their minds, and he was itching to punch the lights out of someone. [Pt. 1]
Jack O'Connell (born 1 August 1990) is an English actor. He is best known for playing Pukey Nicholls in This Is England (2006), Marky in Harry Brown (2009), as James Cook in the E4 teen drama Skins and Eric in Starred Up (2014). He is set to star in the Angelina Jolie directed war-drama Unbroken based on the life of Louis Zamperini.
On this day 27th October,1728 the birth of Captain James Cook, English naval officer and one of the greatest navigators in history. His voyages in the Endeavour led to the European discovery of Australia, New Zealand and the Hawaiian Islands. Thanks to Cook's understanding of diet, not member of the crew ever died of scurvy, the great killer on other voyages. In his youth he was apprenticed to a ship owner in Whitby.
The Death of Captain James Cook, 14 February 1779, by Johann Zoffany National Maritime Museum, c.1795. An unfinished painting showing the death of Captain James Cook, at Kealakekua Bay, Hawaii at the hands of an incensed crowd, during his third Pacific voyage in the ships 'Resolution' and 'Discovery', 1776–1780. Cook is shown lying on the ground in the centre of the painting, wearing a blue coat and white breeches. Cook was knifed in the shoulder and clubbed on the back of the head.