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Name's William or Will, whichever you prefer. Good sci-fi's my life (Star Trek, Firefly, Star Wars, etc)
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this show is for little kids but it is the funniest shit I have ever seen

whats that mythbusters dude doin

is this attack on titan

once in art class my teacher played this on the projector for a full hour 

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For all the littles that follow me. =)


I might do this…. eeeepp!!!!!

Not only for the Littles who follow me but for those with Children who would fucking adore this.

My next project with my Girls for sure.

I’m gonna gonna do this :3

I kinda wanna write to Maleficent and Elsa if that be the case. 

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#chris evans


i’m really glad you guys understand how important this is




As a college student, currently really hungry with nothing to eat, I understand how hard it can be to get food. Sometimes you really just don’t have the money to eat and when you do, you waste it all on fast food instead of stocking up on cheap things because you’re so tired of Ramen Noodes and canned food you could barf. So, I’ve composed a list of recipes and resources that will fit a college kid’s budget and appetite. Don’t go hungry! <3

Ramen Noodle Recipes:

Mug Meals:

Microwave Recipes:

Recipe Generators

Other Resources

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“Thanks Dad.”


Had to. After reading one too many (3 actually) sycophant posts of how “Howard loved Tony and left him Stark Industries as his legacy because he loved him so damn much….”. and the ‘comic fans’ are elitist and have it all wrong. No. Just, no.

Howard “created” Tony purely as an heir to carry on “Howard’s” work. Tony created his own damn legacy with iron Man, fuck you very much. 

The only ‘legacy” Howard left Tony was a trunk full of memories of childhood abuse and an alcohol addiction that stemmed right from Howard’s ‘loving’ hands.



I think it also says something, considering everything horrific that Tony’s been through/seen/done in the comics to this point that one of his worst nightmares, (really only on par with the post-Civil War ones where Steve is dead,) revolve around what would happen if he fell off the wagon and started drinking again.

(Disregarding fucking Fraction and what happened in Fear Itself here, for obvious reasons labelled under the heading of ‘bullshit writing’).

And really, who in fucking hell thinks a parent who forces their child to drink hard liquor is a loving parent? I know for the sake of The Big Mouse and a PG-13 rating they skirted rather neatly around the whole ‘abusive fucking bastard’ issue, but there’s more than a mountain of implications in IM1 and 2, (which are generally the result of Robert’s brilliant acting,) that leave no doubt in my mind at least, that movie-Tony and 616-Tony share if not the same back story, then pretty fucking close.

Howard Stark was an abusive dickface of a parent, and I get all twitchy when people try and defend him.


Agreed. Not mention that in the movie Tony says:

“My father never told me he loved me, never even said he liked me”.

If your kid reaches the age of 17 and you haven’t told him you love him, you cannot be seen as father of the fucking year. That and you send him to boarding school when he’s 7!  The fuck is wrong with you Howard?!  Oh, that’s right, Tony never was born to be loved, he was ‘created’ to further your name and be your ocasional punching bag and nothing, absolutely nothing else.


(I’ll paraphrase a few bits from a number of my previous posts about Howard)

Prior to the original Iron Man movie coming out (2008) Howard Stark appeared in about 10 issues of the Iron Man comics over the course 45 years. He doesn’t have much character development at all mostly because, in retrospect, Tony was trying not to be defined by his father. Therefor Howard only appears when those connections cannot be overlooked. And when you’re dealing with a limited number of appearances what isn’t said or how things are phrased are as important at what is stated.

In a few issues he’s a one panel appearance with perhaps one line so little can be gained. He’s a figure removed from Tony’s current day life, relegated to corners of Tony’s mind and mostly ignored.

In his second appearance he has two separate outbursts fueled by alcohol, Iron Man v1 #285 and 286.

During #285 a repressed memory reveals Howard’s alcoholism and also that he threatened physical violence against a young Tony. Maria (Tony’s mother if you’re unfamiliar with her) seems protective but also unsurprised by Howard’s actions, this situation strikes me as something she’s had to defuse before. I’m going to assume that Tony is less than 7-years-old during this incident because he’s not at boarding school. [1][2][3]

#286 shows other memories of Howard, some positive like sharing math with Tony but they seem marred with mood swings caused by Howard’s drinking. We also see Tony begin to form his views on interpersonal relationships based mostly on Howard’s unpredictability. It’s easier for little Tony to retreat and focus on things that he can control. [1][2][3]

Which brings us to issue #313 which features Tony at an AA meeting where he shares his memory of an inebriated Howard giving him his first drink. He’s desperate for any kind of approval from his father already. [1][2][3]

It’s incredibly telling that Tony defends his father by explaining that Howard “wasn’t a bad man” despite this being the only on page instance of him physically abusing Tony. (Coercing/forcing an under age person to drink alcohol is legally child abuse in most places.) Trying to explain away bad actions by pointing out good aspects of a person is extremely common in people that are or were in abusive relationships.

Tony doesn’t consider the actions of Howard abusive and attributes them entirely to the man’s alcoholism. Meanwhile he views his own alcoholism as not absolving him of wrong doings, that the fault lays completely on Tony himself for not being able to overcome it.

In another few issues Howard is represented as a hallucination/nightmare so his characterization can be considered partly moot; but I think #300 really gets to the core and says everything one needs to know about Tony’s relationship with his father. I’ll let those pages speak for themselves. [1][2][3][4][5][6]

This is how the inner most part of Tony views and remembers his father. While the dream sequence from #300 is somewhat cathartic for him, Howard will always be a main contributing factor for the flaws in Tony’s emotional well-being.

So, was Howard Stark a “good man”? It’s pretty likely that he was. Tony speaks highly of his Dad and the man’s accomplishments and there is really no reason to disbelieve it. Or enough canon evidence that Howard in the movie-verse is significantly different than the comic-verse.

Was Howard Stark an abusive parent? I’d say yes. Tony exhibits many symptoms of adult survivors of child abuse. However, some of those symptoms are common to other conditions that Tony could also have … like Post Traumatic Stress DisorderCompassion Fatigue, and Burnout.

I can sit here and armchair analyze all night, there is really no way to determine what all of Tony’s issues and symptoms definitively point to because he’s not real person that would react in a way you could study.

I’m in no way certified to deal with mental health. I just have very strong feelings about how the portrayal of fictional characters shape the views of fans in the real world. And how very often it reinforces flawed methods dealing with complex mental health issues.

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It’s to distract the enemy for combat advantage.


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Hey so IF we have a MUTUAL follow goin on, feel free to ask for my 

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you know, anything you want

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• a transphobic woman is not a feminist
• a racist woman is not a feminist
• a homophobic woman is not a feminist
• an ableist woman is not a feminist
• exclusionary feminism is not feminism

#doctor who



Doctor Who + Puns

#i think i see a pattern #one crude pun per regeneration



It’s been exactly four years since…

John opened Rose’s present [04/19/10]

#i cannot


when I was in high school my AP english teacher told us we weren’t allowed to eat in class so I took that as a personal challenge to see what the most ridiculous thing I could eat in class without getting caught was so I started bringing soup to class and as soon as I’d crack the lid of my thermos the tiniest bit this football player that sat like 3 rows in front of me would going “I SMELL MEAT SOMEONE HAS SOUP” and no one ever believed him

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This Anna Kendrick Little Mermaid SNL sketch is impossible to find (NBC ran into some legal issues with Disney)… watch while you can!

"Why would I need your hair? Mine is GORGEOUS! I mean it’s white, slicked straight up, & buzzed on the sides."

Dear NBC, it was worth every penny.

this is too fantastic for words.




#can we talk about #how much amy #probably reminds the doctor of donna #like #not even the whole ‘oh they’re both ginger sense’ i mean#just #wow #and so when amy says she wants to go home #like donna did that one time #the doctor’s like #well #damn #not again #and even when she says not like that #the look on his face #it kills me #because he knows that he SHOULD take her home like that #he knows what will happen to her in the end if he doesn’t#but he keeps her with him #and he hates himself for it (via freyjas)

well those tags were emotionally traumatizing 

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The Fall Soldier

whoa there satan

quick, someone reverse the gif and make him the Spring Soldier.

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