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chatterboxrose:

kill-natalie:

do you ever realize that we spend our days hoping imaginary people will kiss each other

 

hils79:

nicholasjfury:

trinketsabernathy:

Captain America: The Winter Soldier + deleted scene

HE KNOWS. HE KNOWS THERE ARE HYDRA AGENTS IN THE ROOM AND HE’S TELLING HER TO GO TO NEW YORK SO THEY THINK SHE’S GONE.

And Hill knows what’s up. I’m not sure how much time they spent working together but it seems to me they both know what needs to happen next, and Sitwell knows staying behind is likely to get him killed.

That last gif. That microexpression softening. She knows it’s likely to get him killed as well, and that’s a damn shame but it has to happen.

"Shits fucked. Go find Cap, here’s your out. They’ll think your goody two shoes ass is gone."
"Yeah. Good luck."
"Heh. I have to run my best patsy ever or I’m done for."
"You’ll… I’ll see you on the other side of this."

Headcanon accepted :D

i-was-so-alone-i-owe-you-so-much:

starkidpowers:

opulentis:

my school’s principal and head of school made a video to announce our snow day you should all watch it you won’t regret it!!

omfg let me transfer to your school

omg there’s more

Make no mistake, when school administrators patrol hallways checking out the legs, arms, shoulders and skin of 10- and 11-year-old girls, and micromanaging their appearance, they are objectifying them and encouraging them to self-objectify in the same way that popular media or purity cultures do.
Soraya Chemaly, School Dress Codes: The Funny-Not-Funny Video You Have to See (via joffi)

bootycap:

on one hand you have canon which tries to build characters up into these almost untouchable badass people but on the other hand fandom is just like ‘nope’ and proceeds to turn them into dorks every chance they get. no matter what fandom. dorks. all of them.

i love it

huffingtonpost:

This Man With Severe Cerebral Palsy Created Mind-Blowing Art Using Just A Typewriter

Last year, 22-time Emmy award-winning reporter John Stofflet posted this news video he created for KING-TV in 2004, featuring Paul Smith and his artistic talents.

See the full video to see more of Smith’s artworks and to learn more about his inspiring story go here. 

moonblossom:

My dash did the thing, and it was good

moonblossom:

My dash did the thing, and it was good

Researchers have found that distraction is the antagonist of attention, not its opposite. It’s an interesting distinction. Distraction is the devil in your ear — not always the result of an attention deficit, but borne of our own desires. We are distracted because we want to be.
This altogether pause-giving New York Times piece about what actually happens when we text and drive offers a poignant reminder that “attention is an intentional, unapologetic discriminator [which] asks what is relevant right now, and gears us up to notice only that.”  (via explore-blog)