He’s like James Bond, but better.  questionlife:

He’s like James Bond, but better. 


He’s like James Bond, but better. 

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"Maybe your army comes and maybe it’s too much for us but it’s all on you. Because if we can’t protect the Earth, you can be damned well sure we’ll avenge it." - Tony Stark, The Avengers

And a *Bonus* (in keeping with Marvel tradition) -

Hope everyone enjoys these as much as I do - they took long enough to make. But they’re finally finished - hey, let’s celebrate with some sleep! Good evening, all. :)



Because some days I have exactly ZERO patience for Martha Jones hate.

Martha Jones was offered the whole of time and space, and she turned it down because it meant spending it with a man who didn’t respect her. if you’ve got shit to say about Martha then you need to re-evaluate your everything.

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Laura Jane Grace, in all her glory. She’s a trans woman, and she’s also the front-woman from Against Me! (yes, the exclamation point is in the name of the band) and they put out this fantastic album, Transgender Dysphoria Blues, that I will talk about until the end of time. Her writing style is very bracing, and her work comes with a trigger warning, but for anyone that can stomach it, her emotionally powerful lyrics and driving hooks really keep you involved.



And if you talk to Against Me! fans that have seen them lately, they’re the best they’ve ever been, because Laura Jane Grace is so much happier now.

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Well there you have it.

just maybe…

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the west wing meme∞ five otps [5/5]

  • Donna + her career
    “I’m not feeling useful right now. I think I should know how to do more things here. (…) I can do more
    . I want to learn how.”

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"If you could conjure up Oscar Hammerstein right now, what you would say to him about your career on having sprung from him in so many ways?"

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365 day song challenge

28) A song that makes you sad

The Promise - Bruce Springsteen

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