Onward!
Fan fiction is a way of the culture repairing the damage done in a system where contemporary myths are owned by corporations instead of by the folk.
Henry Jenkins (Director of media studies at MIT)

raikissu:

Dean was a camera whore at birth wasn’t he. Poor Hank

queerly-it-is:

d’you think the avengers ever play a game where they try to push steve’s buttons and get him all riled up and patriotic?

tony casually throws it into a conversation like “oh yeah I don’t vote” and steve trails off mid-sentence and gapes for a second before he starts in on the importance of the democratic process and how dangerous it can be if citizens give up their say in how the government is run and tony is trying so so hard to keep a straight face

meanwhile bruce is standing in the background timing the speech with his watch because whoever gets the longest rant wins a little trophy that tony made. the current holder of the trophy is clint who managed to convince steve that he doesn’t pay taxes

fuckyeahretailrobin:

[Image description: A security device known as a “spider-wrap” lies on a desk. It has been locked together and tightened all the way until it cannot be opened. Over the top is a caption in bright red that reads, “/BLOOD CURDLING SCREECH/”.]
I work as Asset Protection in my store (although hopefully not for much longer, since I’m trying to get a full time position) and underneath my desk is a basket where we place all our spider wraps that we use on a daily basis, considering we are a large electronics retailer. Literally nothing infuriates me more than needing to spider wrap something, only having one left, and having to throw it away because someone decided to lock it together and then tighten it so much that you cannot physically unlock it enough to use it again. Was so pissed when I found this one that I went over our radios to the other employees and angrily reminded everyone that we don’t have enough wraps as it is; let’s try not to make the ones we have completely unusable.
The only thing that makes me angrier is when people turn their radios into the basket without turning them off, thus they don’t actually charge when they get plugged up unless we’re lucky to catch it.

fuckyeahretailrobin:

[Image description: A security device known as a “spider-wrap” lies on a desk. It has been locked together and tightened all the way until it cannot be opened. Over the top is a caption in bright red that reads, “/BLOOD CURDLING SCREECH/”.]

I work as Asset Protection in my store (although hopefully not for much longer, since I’m trying to get a full time position) and underneath my desk is a basket where we place all our spider wraps that we use on a daily basis, considering we are a large electronics retailer. Literally nothing infuriates me more than needing to spider wrap something, only having one left, and having to throw it away because someone decided to lock it together and then tighten it so much that you cannot physically unlock it enough to use it again. Was so pissed when I found this one that I went over our radios to the other employees and angrily reminded everyone that we don’t have enough wraps as it is; let’s try not to make the ones we have completely unusable.

The only thing that makes me angrier is when people turn their radios into the basket without turning them off, thus they don’t actually charge when they get plugged up unless we’re lucky to catch it.

handsomedogs:



curious magnus / / Robert Alexa

handsomedogs:

curious magnus / /

princeowl:

super nerd crush 

princeowl:

super nerd crush 

chainsandshipsexciteme:

*falls deeper into a downward spiral of aggressive newmann shipping*

ianoshea:

College kids have 2 styles: overdressed or homeless person.

jeanhorschtein:

Pacific Rim AU where everything is the same except it’s a musical.

thescienceofjohnlock:

ydrill:

The infinite patience of dogs.

Why can’t cats and dogs just get along?