life-keeps-moving:

withbliss:

inkthorn:

a drunk driver killed someone i love. i thought maybe, if i kept it up, i might hear something back…

Holy

Imagine that moment when you check your phone and you see a message back after all that time. Your heart would race and for a split second you would feel such joy, just to find out it’s an automated message… That would crush me

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assbutt-in-the-garrison:

thesassylorax:

maidmarians:

And Littlefoot knew for certain that he was alone. 

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Bambi and Lion King immediately tried to distract children from the deaths of the parents. Bambi had the sweet little birds come flying in, and singers coming in to sing about them. Lion King, while they showed Simba running away, Scar ascending the throne, we can’t focus on that TOO much so let’s throw in a wacky, zany song by two new characters who sing about forgetting your worries! No, quick, jingle the shiny keys in the sad child’s face before they get too sad about the dead characters!

But Don Bluth and his team brought a movie that showed actual stages of grief with this little dinosaur and it is powerful to this day. 

no why did you do this to me i forgot about this i blocked it out why

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“I wanted to step out of your shadow….you understand that don’t you?  But, when I stepped out, there was no sunlight. No sunlight at all.”

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johannesviii:

Nine trying to send a distress signal to any potential other survivor of the Time War. That’s not a good idea.

Inspired (a couple of months ago) by this picture made by this user on DA.

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And when you can access all of that, you’ll possess a power no one can match. Not even me.

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lategoodbye:

got a song in my head
and it’s driving me mad
no more, no more
all I have seen, take it from me

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thunderboltsortofapenny:

theheirsofdurin:

Ok, I’m probably the last one to notice this, but even if I am, I’m bringing it up again bc it’s very important and very sad and I need to cry about it.

I’ve seen this scene about 50 times now and not once did I bother to take a closer look at Bucky. Specifically, his eyes. I always thought he was looking at Schmidt or in the general direction of the two while I focused on Steve’s face and what was happening. Now, obv, Steve is looking at Schmidt bc he’s being confronted and all that. But look at Bucky. Compare his gaze in the 4th gif to Steve’s. It’s not trained on Schmidt. He’s looking directly at Zola and his face looks like a mixture of fear, anger and like he’s gonna puke. All of which would make sense after you imagine the shit Zola put him through on that table before Steve showed up. Just try to imagine one scenario that could be happening in his head here. Like reliving the parts where they tortured him and experimented on him, slowly took away the control of his own mind, tried to take his memories so he had to keep reminding himself who he was and began the process of turning him into god only knew what. When Steve found Bucky, he looked like he had no idea what was going on around him. No awareness that the alarm went off, soldiers abandoning their posts, the doctors scurrying off to safety. He didn’t realize he was alone in the room and no one was looking after him anymore. He just repeated his name and number over and over again and if Steve hadn’t found him, he’d have went down with the building while completely lost to his surroundings. After Steve got him out I imagine he didn’t have much time to dwell on the things they did to him. Until now. Until he saw Zola’s face and it hit him like a truck and the result was that face above.
Little did he know that even if they do get out of here alive, he was eventually gonna end up right back where he was and Zola would get to finish what he started and if that doesn’t fuck you up…i don’t even. fuck this movie and fuck these characters i did not sign up for this pain

But look at Zola

He stops and stares at Bucky. Out of surprise, of course, but it’s not cursory. He doesn’t look at Bucky as if he was simply another POW Erskine’s soldier has rescued.

He’s looking at his test results. He’s collecting data. He knows that Barnes should have never been able to climb off the table. He shouldn’t be standing. He probably shouldn’t even be conscious! Much less keep up with a successful serum test subject. Zola knows in that moment that his research is valid. It’s been proven. He can replicate it if need be.

He also now knows that Barnes is important to the American. He sought Barnes out specifically. And later, when he finds out they both survived, that Barnes did not return to America, but is still on the front lines with the Captain, he makes a note of that as well.

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neal-illustrator:

He returned what he stole from me. (Sequel of When the Pharaoh is gone what am I to do?) Done for anon

comment, request, enjoy

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amazonpoodle:

what if the reason nobody can tell fred and george apart is because they really are interchangeable

not in a ~it doesn’t matter~ way but like. molly and arthur used to worry that fred and george might turn out to be squibs because they weren’t doing any accidental magic as children, but they were, THEY TOTALLY WERE, it just wasn’t anything flashy, instead they were just like idly switching bodies all the time

and like sometimes it doesn’t make much of a difference, whatever, wake up in the opposite bed you went to sleep in, but it gets like dangerous and weird if you’re on a broom or in the pond or letting your mum teach you to cook or trying to be mad stealth, so for a long long time everybody presumes they’re clumsy maybe-squibs and that they’re doing their twin lying thing when they try to explain what’s going on, so they learn to handle the issue their ownselves

they just. don’t go anywhere without the other. they start each day deciding which body is going to be which (because at this point they really don’t know which body is technically fred and which is technically george), and they learn to reorient FAST when they switch, and what things set them off, and eventually they learn how to act like nothing’s up even when one of them’s in the air and one’s on the ground or whatever, and then they burn past that til they can finish each other’s sentences — til they can switch midsentence — til they can play beater together — til they can switch in a split second in the middle of a game — til there’s room for other kinds of accidental magic to start showing up

at hogwarts they keep each other awake in history of magic by switching back and forth. in potions they take turns brewing and keeping lookout for the slytherins. in transfiguration and charms they keep their grades up because one of them will always get a spell right on the first try so they switch and make it look like both of them do and then they practice on their own later in private. it keeps the mystery alive.

at first they thought lee was just a lucky guesser but no, lee can always tell one twin from another twin — it’s not exactly telling fred from george, because while they are definitely two distinct personalities neither one of them feels like fred all the time or george all the time — but lee knows who he argued with yesterday or who he lent his notes to or who’s best to ask for help in astronomy and who’s best at runes. 

the weasleys are pretty bad at it for the longest time, but then bill comes home from his first year cursebreaking and he can tell, and over a holiday he teaches his trick to charlie so charlie can tell. alicia and katie and angelina can tell. the twins honestly don’t know if oliver can tell or not; so long as they’re doing what they’re supposed to on the quidditch pitch he doesn’t really care about much else. harry can tell. luna can tell. tonks can tell.

the problem is there’s no way for this to end happily

(via 8thdrwho)

You ever done that kind of  deep crying where your teeth won’t stop chattering together and it’s like you’re shivering?   it does feel oddly right for some reason, but it’s so confusing like 
'body. body, being cold is not my problem right now wtf'

rufiozuko:

oh my god… i just found out my dear, old friend, robin williams has past away. this is horrible news. 

rest in peace peter pan.

o captain, my captain.

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actorswithactionfigures:

sesamestreet:

We mourn the loss of our friend Robin Williams, who always made us laugh and smile. 

I’m absolutely gutted :( Depression lies, kids! Depression will never tell you the truth. I know it’s really difficult to seek help especially when you’re in the middle of the worst time in your life, but please do. Mental illness needs to be discussed, like any other physical disease. Seek help. You don’t have to hide it. You’re not a failure. You are valued. You are loved. Keep trying. http://www.twloha.comhttp://robdelaney.tumblr.com/post/414007899/on-depression-getting-helphttp://mattfraction.com/post/63999786236/sorry-to-put-this-on-you-but-i-have-an-honest-questionCall 1-800-273-8255http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_suicide_crisis_lines

And as for what you can do regarding Robin, his wife has said this:

"This morning, I lost my husband and my best friend, while the world lost one of its most beloved artists and beautiful human beings. I am utterly heartbroken.
"On behalf of Robin’s family, we are asking for privacy during our time of profound grief. As he is remembered, it is our hope the focus will not be on Robin’s death, but on the countless moments of joy and laughter he gave to millions."

So, think of him and how he lived, not just this. No song is only about the last note. Think of all he did, and all he meant to you, and all the good times.

actorswithactionfigures:

sesamestreet:

We mourn the loss of our friend Robin Williams, who always made us laugh and smile.

I’m absolutely gutted :( 

Depression lies, kids! Depression will never tell you the truth. I know it’s really difficult to seek help especially when you’re in the middle of the worst time in your life, but please do. Mental illness needs to be discussed, like any other physical disease. Seek help. You don’t have to hide it. You’re not a failure. You are valued. You are loved. Keep trying. 

http://www.twloha.com

http://robdelaney.tumblr.com/post/414007899/on-depression-getting-help

http://mattfraction.com/post/63999786236/sorry-to-put-this-on-you-but-i-have-an-honest-question

Call 1-800-273-8255

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_suicide_crisis_lines

And as for what you can do regarding Robin, his wife has said this:

"This morning, I lost my husband and my best friend, while the world lost one of its most beloved artists and beautiful human beings. I am utterly heartbroken.

"On behalf of Robin’s family, we are asking for privacy during our time of profound grief. As he is remembered, it is our hope the focus will not be on Robin’s death, but on the countless moments of joy and laughter he gave to millions."

So, think of him and how he lived, not just this. No song is only about the last note. Think of all he did, and all he meant to you, and all the good times.

captainbarrnes:

Roses are red

Violets are blue

image

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That One Time I Saw Chris Evans’ Back Sweat, and also, Neuroscience

drop-deaddream:

So a week or so ago when I was on the east coast, in a moment of extreme weakness, I went to see the Avengers exhibit at Times Square. It was awesome, I somehow charmed a really sweet employee — ahem, operative — into giving me their rad as hell SHIELD beret, I bought Ellen like sixteen souvenirs (okay, two) — but that is not what I’m here about. (Ask me about the Cap t-shirt I got. Please. Oh my god. Ask me.) 

What I’m here about is, unsurprisingly, the Captain America portion of exhibit.

The experience is immersive, all set up so you feel like you’re in SHIELD archives or the like. The Cap section includes the VitaRay (complete with a cameo by the salt stains from, you guessed it, Chris Evans’ back sweat), the rescuing-Bucky leather jacket, some seriously exclusive trading cards I Coulson’d all over, the Avengers uniform, and, endearingly, a section where you can test your strength against Steve’s. There’s also a little portion by the VitaRay that explains the changes Steve’s brain went through after they administered the serum. Being the massive bag of science trash that I am, this is where I spent most of my time.

The info graphic basically told me what we already know: that the serum enhances everything you had going for you before. So Steve’s brain is smarter and faster, the neurons have a longer life span, the hippocampus — that’s your memory storage — is nice and healthy; whatever. But then they said that the part of Steve’s brain that increased the most in mass and synaptogenesis was the amygdala. And I promptly lost all control over my feelings. 

Cut bc this is about to get really gnarly. It’s science time, kiddos.

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