I don’t watch the show but I think Nick Fury just told Agent Coulson that he saved him using drastic measures because he’s an Avenger and I’m tempted to take it up again because his face has like eight different emotions in that last GIF.


Sailor Moon Crystal

THINGS I’M REALLY REALLY REALLY LOOKING FORWARD TO:

WARNING: CONTAINS SPOILERS.  LIKE, A LOT.

-THE MASQUERADE THE MASQUERADE THE MASQUERADE

-the scene on the bus

-the much less antagonistic relationship between Usagi and Mamoru

-Mamoru’s much more active role in the story and character growth

-THE APARTMENT REVEAL

-the shitennou remembering their past

-the fight against Beryl/Metallia

-in the Black Moon arc, Usagi talking about her jealousy/insecurity and Mamoru actually comforting/reassuring her

-the healthier relationship overall

-Mamoru’s psychometry and Tuxedo Mask attack (even if it is a lame name)

-NO BREAKUP HAPPY RELATIONSHIP SAILING FOREVERRRRR

-Usagi saving herself from Nemesis

-more to come as i think of them i’m sure

NO BUT SERIOUSLY THE MASQUERADE IS EPISODE 4 I’M SO STOKED OMG :D :D :D IT’S MY FAVORITE ACT


englishsnow:

 Ishie Kasajima


there is no future,
there is no past,
thank god this moment’s not the last…


rhiannon42:

mttyshealy:

LETS PLAY THE “TYPE THESE WORDS IN YOU R TAG BOX AND POST THE FIRST AUTOMATIC TAG THAT COMES UP” GAME: DIRTY WORD ADDITION OK

  • fuck
  • shit
  • dick
  • no
  • hell
  • sex
  • damn

fuck everythiiiiiiiiing
shit Rhiannon42 says
is totally a dick
not well’
hello everyone
::inarticulate noises of sexual frustration
damn this might actually be the motivation I need to get around to playing TR

FUCKING

i’m too young for this kind of forgetfulness shit

No no no no

cameron mitchell

bringing sexy back

DAMN YOU ALL


typhoidmeri asked: "Who do you think was the first person Steve Rick Rolled?"

ellidfics:

jenny-1981:

darthstitch:

typewriterchan:

kisleth:

typhoidmeri:

dopemixtape:

typhoidmeri:

dopemixtape:

Steve discovers Roll Rolling one night while working through the list of music recommendations Sam and Natasha had given him.  At first he thinks it’s a random ad popping up in the middle of the music video. Then he reads the comments. Nearly every one involves swearing and the term ‘Rick Roll’d.’ Google, as always, is unbelievably helpful and Steve laughs out loud to himself upon reading the Wiki page.  

Sam is first.

Steve:  Otis Redding is terrific - thanks for the recommendation. Found one you might like. Let me know what you think.

He pastes the link into the text before hitting send. He smirks and waits.

Sam:  Steve Rogers, you Rick Rollin’ sonofabitch! Dammit, man. Who knew Captain America was such a troll?

Steve’s sharp bark of laughter echoes off the walls.  

Steve: On your left

Sam:  You’re an asshole

Sam:  Fifty bucks says you can’t get everyone else

Steve:  I won’t feel bad taking your money, you know?

Sam:  That’s why you’re an asshole.

image

IDEK you guise.

Steve: Hey, Clint, thanks for the movie recommendations. Pretty in Pink was great. I liked this one too.

Steve carefully pastes the link in and presses send without a moment of regret. He tosses his phone on the counter and opens the fridge. Halfway through making a pile of sandwiches his phone vibrates on the counter. 

Clint: WTF?

Clint: U rick rolled me.

Steve: Sorry, pal.

Clint: UR an asshole. >:( 

Steve snorts and screencaps the texts. 

Steve: one down.

He attaches the picture and sends it to Sam, laughing to himself as he pulls a carton of milk from the fridge. 

Sam: Why am I friends with you?

Steve: My senior citizen’s discount. 

Natasha doesn’t reply. Steve hasn’t heard anything from her in three days, so he assumes she’s off somewhere on the other side of the world kicking ass and taking names.

He’s walking back to his place one night with a couple of large pizzas, listening to the 60s mix Sam made for him when a little blur of red and black lunges at him from the shadows. His attacker sweeps his legs out from under him and knocks him to the ground. He’s prepared to spring to the defense when he sees it’s Natasha. Steve’s laugh is cut short when she presses a pointed heel against his throat. “Dammit, Nat! You made me drop my pizzas. What the hell?” 

She presses her heel a fraction closer and breathing becomes difficult.

Natasha eyes him coolly with her arms crossed against her chest.  ”I’ve had motherfucking Rick Astley in my head for three days now, you little shithead.”

Steve snorts and immediately regrets it. 

Natasha kicks him in the ribs before offering a hand to help him off the ground.

"Share your pizza and let’s figure out how you’re going to get Stark." 

image

(Natasha is having exactly none of your shit, Steve.)

Despite what Tony thinks, Thor has no trouble with Midgardian technology. Humor, yes, but technology no. Steve sends Thor an email, swipes his iPod off the desk and goes out for a run, listening to the 70s mix Sam made him.

unknown number: I hate you.

Steve: Excuse me, I think you have the wrong number.

unknown number: I have the right number, Captain Rogers. Thor has not stopped singing all day.

Steve: I’m sorry, Dr. Foster.

Dr. Foster: No, you’re not. ヽ(ಠ_ಠ)ノ

No, he really wasn’t.

….

Steve finds an acoustic version, heavy on the sitar, of Rick Astley’s notorious hit and asks JARVIS to play it the next time Bruce plays his tea time music.

Two days later they learn that Hulk can’t sing but he can hum.  Rather soulfully, he thinks as he sends a video clip to Sam.

Sam: You fucker, Rogers.

Steve: Five down. One to go.

Sam: Good luck with that one, asshole.

Steve: Better have my money ready, Wilson.

image            (Thor enjoys Midgardian folk tales sung in chanted verse)

Tony is the hardest by far. Steve brings pizza and vodka with him when he visits Natasha, and Clint is there too as a happy accident. He bounces ideas off them and everything he can think of just isn’t enough. They break for the night and he retires to his apartment.

He almost considers giving in to Sam when Tony gives him the answer unknowingly.

Steve is sitting on one of the stools in Tony’s workshop, drawing the Suit (which Tony was tickled over), when DUM-E beeps and nudges his arm. Steve grins and takes the washer they’d been using for ‘fetch’ while Tony mutters to himself and looks over the damage Steve’s body armor had sustained. 

(“It’s impossible!” He’d wailed, looking at the large gashes in the fabric.

"Tell that to my stomach," Steve had replied from the hospital bed where his skin slowly stitched itself back together under the bandages.)

"Hey, Tony." Steve lightly tosses the washer like an extra-small frisbee across the workshop. "Is DUM-E limited to just beeps?"

"No, he has proper speakers, he just refuses to use them for anything else. He doesn’t have the AI functionality of JARVIS. He’s like a baby. A really old baby. Or the mute eldest brother."

Steve smiles brightly when DUM-E comes back with the washer.

——

It’s really easy to get the song onto his iPod.

——

It’s almost easier to get the iPod hooked up to DUM-E and get him to push the ‘play’ button once Tony had settled in.

——

The entire team watches through the (thankfully soundproof) glass wall as Tony shouts and chases DUM-E around his workshop.

Steve: Did it.

Sam: Pics or it didn’t happen.

Steve steps into the workshop and records the song playing as DUM-E zips around, Tony chasing him. It sends it to Sam who doesn’t reply for ten minutes.

Sam: I’m paying you in beer. BECAUSE you can’t get drunk. Asshole.

Steve: That’s Captain Asshole to you.

BEST ENDING OF ALL TIME AMG

Slaps this onto blog.

This is the greatest thing ever to exist

Now I want to know how Steve bagged Hill, Pepper, and Agent 13.


comicsriot:

America!

comicsriot:

America!


chicagoif:

Yale students recreate Rome in gold, with 3D printing
You know the saying, “Rome wasn’t built in a day.” That’s right, it was built in a semester.
Twelve Yale students and their professor were so blown away by six etchings of ancient Rome, made by architect and mapmaker Giovanni Battista Piranesi, that they set out to recreate the etchings in three dimensions, via 3D printing. Not only that, they covered it in gold leaves to produce the brilliant display that is wowing both art and architecture patrons at the Venice Architecture Biennale.

Yale’s Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library housed Piranesi’s 250 year-old portfolio, and with it Yale Professor Peter Eisenman and his students used 3D modeling programs to digitially recreate Rome, based upon their interpretation of the etchings. Also lending a hand were Yale School of Architecture Director of Exhibitions Brian Butterfield and global 3D printing company Materialise
After the city was 3D printed they decided it needed a bit more shine. That when artist Pasquale stepped in and spent two weeks applying the gold leaf finish. As you can see, “The Piranesi Variations” is quite an eye catching piece now.
You should know that this is no small model–it measures 1500 x 1300 x 90 mm (that’s roughly 5 ft x 4ft 3in x 3.5 in”). It was then printed on Materialise’s biggest 3D printer, the Mammoth Stereolithography machine. Materialise created this huge 3D printer to build single-piece stereolithography models with dimensions of more than two meters.
If you are interested in more detail about Piranesi and the etchings, read this piece in Art Daily.

chicagoif:

Yale students recreate Rome in gold, with 3D printing

You know the saying, “Rome wasn’t built in a day.” That’s right, it was built in a semester.

Twelve Yale students and their professor were so blown away by six etchings of ancient Rome, made by architect and mapmaker Giovanni Battista Piranesi, that they set out to recreate the etchings in three dimensions, via 3D printing. Not only that, they covered it in gold leaves to produce the brilliant display that is wowing both art and architecture patrons at the Venice Architecture Biennale.

Yale’s Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library housed Piranesi’s 250 year-old portfolio, and with it Yale Professor Peter Eisenman and his students used 3D modeling programs to digitially recreate Rome, based upon their interpretation of the etchings. Also lending a hand were Yale School of Architecture Director of Exhibitions Brian Butterfield and global 3D printing company Materialise

After the city was 3D printed they decided it needed a bit more shine. That when artist Pasquale stepped in and spent two weeks applying the gold leaf finish. As you can see, “The Piranesi Variations” is quite an eye catching piece now.

You should know that this is no small model–it measures 1500 x 1300 x 90 mm (that’s roughly 5 ft x 4ft 3in x 3.5 in”). It was then printed on Materialise’s biggest 3D printer, the Mammoth Stereolithography machine. Materialise created this huge 3D printer to build single-piece stereolithography models with dimensions of more than two meters.

If you are interested in more detail about Piranesi and the etchings, read this piece in Art Daily.





verysharpteeth:

BUT YOU CAN HAVE IT IF YOU REALLY WANT IT. YOU CAN HAVE ANYTHING. YOU DESERVE NICE THINGS. LOVE ME.


Tony Stark + muscles arms appreciation.


  • other country: wow we solved drug crimes by doing this and the problem is practically completely resolved
  • america: there is just no stopping the war on drugs........
  • other country: we have the most successful schools because we implement these rules to encourage real learning
  • america: no hope....... kids just cant cut it anymore........
  • other country: gun related crime is all but non existent thanks to our restrictions
  • america: wow..... if only there was some way to stop these shootings before they happened..............
  • other country: nothing bad has happened as a result of our equal marriage/bathroom laws for lgbt
  • america: if only there was a way.............................

misandry-mermaid:

scandalouslyfollowing:

nuric:

cap-out-of-time:

schwoozie:

[x]

ooc: Reblogging because holy shit.

I aspire to be this woman when I’m older. 

YASSSSSSS!

This woman was born before women were legally allowed to vote.

So don’t think for a second that she’s joking when she sees you trying to take that right away, Republicans.