We are not asking you to decide who is going to die. That’s already determined. These people will die in a matter of weeks. We’re asking who will be given the opportunity for extended life.
Life Magazine, 1962; 'The Committee of Life and Death' Page 106.

khymeira:

ZAHA HADID SHOE COLLAB, YES!


I love how this looks like it might have been taken during a fashion week and all the women at the back have been waiting for the event all year and had their outfits picked months in advance

And then this shit casually shows up

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chookypoow:

I love how everything is full of details in Japan.

Why has no one yet done this here? It would be so much prettier.

chookypoow:

I love how everything is full of details in Japan.


Why has no one yet done this here? It would be so much prettier.

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wheelr:

"personally idc about the diversity. A good story is good no matter if it’s all white males or a multi gender rainbow".

— A comment made by a person on Twitter. There is evidence that this person is straight, white, and male, but I don’t want to presume.

"idc" means "I don’t care".

My response…

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freedominwickedness:

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

WHOSOEVER HOLDS THIS HAMMER, IF SHE BE WORTHY, SHALL POSSESS THE POWER OF THOR.

ACTUAL GODDESS NATASHA ROMANOV

I always knew she was one :D

As is so often true of comics, a lot of the awesome is in the details. Natasha can’t move the Hammer when she first reaches it. What makes her worthy at the end when she apparently wasn’t worthy just seconds before? Look at panels 2-3 again. Natasha’s got that big ogre right on top of her with his club already going back to strike … and instead of shooting it to save herself, she uses her last shot to bring down the flying reptile that’s chasing that fleeing shuttle. That act of self-sacrifice in the face of certain death is what made her worthy.

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Marlon Brando photographed by Ed Clark for LIFE Magazine, 1949

I love Marlon Brando’s obese face. It always looks so put out and offended.

Marlon Brando photographed by Ed Clark for LIFE Magazine, 1949

I love Marlon Brando’s obese face. It always looks so put out and offended.

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There are no Jack Kerouacs or Holden Caulfields for girls. Literary girls don’t take road-trips to find themselves; they take trips to find men.

"Great" books, as defined by the Western canon, didn’t contain female protagonists I could admire. In fact, they barely contained female protagonists at all.

It’s Frustratingly Rare to Find a Novel About Women That’s Not About Love - Kelsey McKinney - The Atlantic (via davidlynchshair)

This is actually something I was thinking about last night. I can’t think of any great ‘coming of age’ novel which has a female protagonist. Is that because they’re not getting written, not getting recognised or both?

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houseofhannibal:

that was the lasst thing she was expecting him to say

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