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You would think that maybe Tony would be genre-savvy with the whole renegade-destruction-robot-apocalypse thing, but no

This is what happens in AoU. I accept no other reality.

*shakes head slowly*

Tony, Tony, Tony.

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Malaysia Airlines dead begin trip home

BBC News: A plane carrying the remains of those who died when Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was downed over Ukraine has taken off from Kharkiv Airport en route to Eindhoven, Netherlands, as families prepare to lay them to rest.

Photo: Honour guards carry a coffin of one of the victims of Malaysia Airlines MH17 at Kharkiv airport July 23

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Bring that sweet ass over here.

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This came from a 32 year old man.

Literally all she said was “no.”

I’ve come to understand why, during my internet dating years, so many women responded to my inquiries (I promise I wasn’t creepy) by not responding at all. At the time it drove me crazy, the silence, even more so than the rejections. We’re both on this webspace looking to meet people, can’t you give me a simple “no thanks” so I know when to walk away?

Now I get it. If you’re a woman on the internet, every single interaction is a roll of the dice and you can never tell when that roll will come up “u ugly bitch” so it’s safer and easier to just not say anything. In the online dating world, that becomes common sense.

But never forget: there are men who don’t even wait for that reply. Just being a woman online can be enough to trigger a dice roll. Imagine if every tweet or article you wrote meant a personal insult came your way. Sure, you can block, you can mute, you can ignore, but eventually you’d start to wonder if it wouldn’t be easier to not say anything.

That’s how silencing works and it makes me furious. And to those who insist that women must “grow thicker skin” and simply “accept” the reality of online abuse, here’s a revelation for you: anyone who already suffers through a daily flood of insults or threats just to exist online has thicker skin than you. They’re the ones with the courage, not you and your false keyboard bravado.

To say nothing of the women who face real-life harassment every day, be it catcalls from strangers, an oppressive workplace, or a real-life stalker. Compared to them, we’re all cowards.

Bless you, sir.

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Tbh I’ll always dabble in other aus but it’ll all come back to percabeth merman au who am I kidding

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what she says: no

what she really means: no

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I finally started reading the Mark of Athena and It’s made me so happy to see these two together again

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Instead of just one stunt double, though, Johansson now has three who can step in whenever the action gets too intense. At first glance, they look remarkably like the star—but with a telltale pattern of dots on their faces that will serve as guides for visual-effects artists to graft Johansson’s face onto their bodies in postproduction. "It’s always funny," says Chris Evans, who worked closely with Johansson on Captain America: The Winter Soldier. "You walk by, ‘Hey, Scarlett—oh weird. You’re not Scarlett at all. Sorry.’ A lot of fake Scarletts around."

oh I am dYING. THis meatball!


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Coldplay — Viva era
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Tom Hiddleston walking around London with a woman, reciting Shakespeare for her.


Can I have her job?

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Peggy Carter being so done with inaccurate WWII films (Pearl Harbor, 2001)

  1. Several of the nurses in the film have hair longer than would have been allowed. Military women weren’t permitted to wear their hair longer than just above their collar.
  2. The Willys Jeep M38 shown in this scene wasn’t produced until 1950.
  3. The Eagle Squadron badge shown on his right arm in this scene was only used for the No. 303 Polish Fighting Squadron, never was it used for any squadron in England for which this soldier was fighting in. 
  4. This woman is wearing a modern style bikini, something that didn’t appear until 1946 when Louis Reard and Jacques Heim introduced it in Paris. 
  5. Danny exclaims “I think World War II just hit us!” when in fact it wasn’t called “World War II” until 1948. World War I was still being referred to as “The Great War” at the time. 
  6. The Japanese Zeros depicted here are painted dark green, but during 1941 they were painted light grey. They weren’t painted green until 1943. 

-Original Prompt: Historically Innacurate World War II Movies
-The Attack on Pearl Harbor occurred on December 7, 1941
-Happy CarterCentury week!

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Nobody said it was easy
No one ever said it would be this hard
Oh, take me back to the start

The Scientist - Coldplay

Also posted in my DA: [x]
Reference used for the first artwork: [x]

Was listening to this the other day when the inspiration hit me. I was thinking of picking either Cecilos or the Di Angelo siblings for the song (I just realized how appropriate this was for Cecilos when I was drawing this! (THE TITLE IS THE SCIENTIST) but PJO won me over since I haven’t drawn for the fandom recently. ;u; Should I post a GIF version of this? I have one in my drafts!

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wow we cant take you guys anywhere

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