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We read in bed because reading is halfway between life and dreaming, our own consciousness in someone else’s mind.
Anna Quindlen, How Reading Changed My Life (via bookmania)

thescienceofjohnlock:

iamshurlocked:

ideduceyou:

dorkkybatch:

benedictervention:

dorkkybatch:

Khan’s so done with Kirk’s shit.

And this is just one of the things that I love about the film. His "Oh, for crying out loud! Who does this kid think he is?" attitude.

he’s like “shut up, kirk. you lower the IQ of the whole enterprise.

shut up, kirk. you lower the IQ of the whole enterprise.

^^^^^ THIS

Well he does.

amandaonwriting:

Writing Quote - Ernest J. Gaines

amandaonwriting:

Writing Quote - Ernest J. Gaines

hawk-and-handsaw:

this gif of buff chris evans having to pretend like he can’t do a push-up is so important to me. 

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aliciahaider:

msfruitkiller:

icoulduseinsouciantmaybe:

    #never not the best set pic ever taken 

Thor: “fist me captain america”
Tony: “thor i told u, it’s fist pump”

MAKE THIS FAMOUS

aliciahaider:

msfruitkiller:

icoulduseinsouciantmaybe:

#never not the best set pic ever taken

Thor: “fist me captain america”

Tony: “thor i told u, it’s fist pump

MAKE THIS FAMOUS

julietsdreams:

If I look at each one separately it makes my heart swell

julietsdreams:

If I look at each one separately it makes my heart swell

mooremooo:

drneverland:

master-of-duct-tape:

elly-hiddlesherloki:

zarhooie:

constant-instigator:

Also, just throwing this out there to make people sad, but…
When he’s thawed out he’s laying down. He was frozen laying down. And the plane hit the water when he was in the pilot seat- we saw that.
Which means he wasn’t knocked out by the initial impact. And it doesn’t look like he drowned, either. He had time to see his expected death coming, after the impact, and lay himself down. My guess is some internal injuries from the crash, followed by freezing to death inside the plane.
So just go ahead an add a little scene in your head of Steve surviving the crash, but knowing that wet and isolated on a field of ice, in a plane that’s still sinking, nobody would get to him in time. But he knows he’s done his job. So he lays down, and closes his eyes, and maybe wonders if anyone will ever find his body, and bring it back to be buried by his mom and dad, since Bucky never was buried. But either way they’ll have a service for him, and that will be nice, and the priest will say the words and he’ll be at rest. And he feels bad, leaving his men, and he regrets everything he never told Peggy, and that he won’t be there for her now, but at least he did his part, right? He got the job done, and that’s what counts. If he dies alone, bleeding out and freezing, that’s all that Bucky got, to. So that’s all right.

I’m not crying. My eyes are just leaking.



I’m definitely crying

Not to make this post any sadder, but Steve’s parents were deceased before the movie began. So, if he’d had a funeral, the most likely attendees would have been Peggy, the remaining Howling Commandos and possibly Howard Stark.

And Tommy Lee Jones

mooremooo:

drneverland:

master-of-duct-tape:

elly-hiddlesherloki:

zarhooie:

constant-instigator:

Also, just throwing this out there to make people sad, but…

When he’s thawed out he’s laying down. He was frozen laying down. And the plane hit the water when he was in the pilot seat- we saw that.

Which means he wasn’t knocked out by the initial impact. And it doesn’t look like he drowned, either. He had time to see his expected death coming, after the impact, and lay himself down. My guess is some internal injuries from the crash, followed by freezing to death inside the plane.

So just go ahead an add a little scene in your head of Steve surviving the crash, but knowing that wet and isolated on a field of ice, in a plane that’s still sinking, nobody would get to him in time. But he knows he’s done his job. So he lays down, and closes his eyes, and maybe wonders if anyone will ever find his body, and bring it back to be buried by his mom and dad, since Bucky never was buried. But either way they’ll have a service for him, and that will be nice, and the priest will say the words and he’ll be at rest. And he feels bad, leaving his men, and he regrets everything he never told Peggy, and that he won’t be there for her now, but at least he did his part, right? He got the job done, and that’s what counts. If he dies alone, bleeding out and freezing, that’s all that Bucky got, to. So that’s all right.

I’m not crying. My eyes are just leaking.

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I’m definitely crying

Not to make this post any sadder, but Steve’s parents were deceased before the movie began. So, if he’d had a funeral, the most likely attendees would have been Peggy, the remaining Howling Commandos and possibly Howard Stark.

And Tommy Lee Jones

leovaldicaprio:

littleme60:

OMG!

THIS WAS THE PRESENTATION VIDEO BEFORE THE FIRST HANNAH MONTANA EPISODE IM DYINGGGGG

THIS IS 2006 IN ONE VIDEO

a-potter-head:

tommarvalo:

marvel’s got movies planned out for the next fourteen years god damn i don’t even know what i’m going to be doing in an hour

that’s marvellous

how society reacts to your grades
  • bad at the arts:

    you're not less intelligent, you just have a technical mind

  • bad at math/science:

    you must be stupid

MY MORNIN ROUTINE (aka someone please teach me how to do makeup correctly)

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endourse:

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