Sometimes life starts to get easy and good then something drags you down and forces you to become stronger just so you can muddle through it for a while and prove yourself worthy of an easy going life that may or may not come, but if you give up you will miss out on the possibility that it will all get better and easier later and every scar (litteral and emotional) will have been worth it. Don’t give up now. Fight for your right to have a good and happy life.
“I swear to god, Steve, I will drop the PASIV out of this fucking window if you don’t tell me RIGHT NOW why you thought taking this goddamn job was a good idea, what with Bucky running around in our heads trying to shoot us out of our dreams.”
“Can’t you feel it, Clint? You’re antsy. We’re all antsy. We’ve been the best dreamshare team there is out there since Cobb’s disbanded, and we haven’t gone under in over a year.”
Avengers Inception AU → wherein Thor of Odin Corp. hires Steve Rogers’ elite dreamsharing team to perform inception on his brother, Loki, and a shade of their ex-resident thief Bucky (who was killed when the team’s last job went horribly wrong) tries his best to sabotage it.
Or: Steve extracts, Tony builds, Clint runs point, Natasha’s a master of impersonation, Bruce concocts, Thor’s a tourist, and things happen.
Doctor Who merch <3
Empire magazine newest issue is focused on The Dark Knight Rises. So devoted they have two covers including this one:
And inside that magazine are some more pictures of Catwoman which give away at least one rumored plot point and clear up one question about the third trailer.
From last night’s BAFTA ceremony
Matt Smith and Benedict Cumberbatch presented the special award to Steven Moffat.
They’ve found each other.
It’s Children in Need tonight!
Donate here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/pudsey/
Emotionally intense images of retired Philadelphia police captain Ray Lewis - who has joined the #OccupyWallStreet protests - being arrested by the NYPD.
Captain Lewis has been outspoken against the NYPD’s wrongful use of violence against peaceful protesters.
From what I have seen, Ray Lewis’ conduct defines honor, bravery, and dignity.
There is a media blackout on images of his participation in the protest, and on his arrest:
It’s proved impossible for me to get this shot of former Philadelphia Police Cpt. Ray Lewis being arrested, published anywhere. I was adamantly rebuffed by the Philadelphia Inquirer, NYT, local NY papers, and Newsweek, before even looking at the photograph. One of the only published photos of this paradoxical and intense event is located here at the NYC Observer:
Make this viral and they will come.
Ray Lewis gets 2 posts this morning, because this needs to be seen. I’m not even sure why, but this pair of photos made me cry hysterically.
oh my god. so much props to this man. this country has turned into utter fucking insanity.
Did a little shopping today and found all these comics and magazines. I accidently bought two of the 3rd comic in these photos and I’m not sure what I’m going to do with it yet.
Never underestimate the way a few lush additions to a room- like these very richly flowing bath curtains- can totally transform your experience of space.
This is, perhaps, more controversial than the Israeli-Palestinian crisis but here it goes….
Big Bird is so much better than Elmo.
Whew, that’s a load off my chest.
Queue the mass unfollows.
The revolution will be televised, folks. By Children’s Television Workshop.
And it will be brought to you by the letter R.
Spock the ladies’ man.
Spock, you are a total pimp!—Mrs.S.
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