Aug. 4th, 2017

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stunningepiphanies:

Consider: Jake Peralta and Foggy Nelson having an immediate on sight “IT’S FUCKING *THAT GUY*” reaction when they happen to meet in a courtroom.

Consider: That one time Steve Roger’s brought in a guy he caught mugging some tourists and Amy almost sucked the air out of the entire building while she flipped.

Consider: Rosa really wants to bust a real vigilante but all she’s ever got is some little highschool kid in this handmade red and blue thing. It wasn’t even satisfying. >:c

Consider: Gina has Tony Starks personal number in her phone with the programmed ringtone “Stupid Hoe”. No one can figure out why and honestly, no one really wants to know.

Consider: There’s a new guy at Terry’s gym named Luke. He seems nice, but man its a miracle that he didnt break his foot after those weights fell on him.

Consider: Nick Fury coming into the station to retrieve Clint after he was arrested for fighting with the track-suit gangsters. He and Captain Holt stare at each other in silence for five minutes, and then Holt tells Jake to let Clint go.

I think we can all agree that the MCU and B99 exist in the same universe and the only reason we haven’t seen it on screen yet is because their filming schedules keep overlapping.

Also you will never convince me that Holt and Rhodey aren’t related.

I LOVE ALL B99/AVENGERS CROSSOVERS

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“The ultimate lesson all of us have to learn is unconditional love, which includes not only others but ourselves as well.”
- Elisabeth Kübler-Ross
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Image: Courtesy of The Family of Judith Jones/Knopf

Judith Jones may not have been a household name, but without her, some of the world’s most famous books may never have been published.

In 1950, Jones was working as an editorial assistant at Doubleday Publishing when she stumbled upon a book in the discard pile that she couldn’t put down. She was struck by the face on the cover: Anne Frank.

“I read all afternoon with the tears coming down my face,” Jones told NPR in 1998. “When my boss got back, it was evening by then. He said, ‘What are you doing still here?’ And I said, ‘We have to have this book!’ And he said, ‘What? That book by that kid?’”

The book by that kid became The Diary of Anne Frank. It had already been released in German and Dutch, but Jones convinced her bosses to publish it in the United States, vastly expanding its readership. It went on to sell more than 30 million copies worldwide in more than 60 languages.

Jones died Wednesday at her home in Vermont. She was 93.

Legendary Editor Judith Jones Dies At 93

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“Some people would rather live in a hell they’ve got used to than in a paradise they’ve never experienced before.”
- Urania Sarri, Gate Deadlock
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Shut up and dance

Do not repost.

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COOL DORK DAD TONY IS THE BEST TONY

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boredpanda:

This Guy Lost A Bet To His Cousin. The Winner Could Do The Loser’s Hair

This is a powerful aesthetic.

this is actually super cool 

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Внебрачный сын пчелы и тигра…

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Today the Department of Phenomenal Papercraft is oohing and aahing over the work of Japanese artist Naoki Onogawa. Inspired by the ancient legend of 1000 Origami cranes and the story of Sadako Sasaki, Onogawa creates exquisite bonsai trees with miniature origami cranes for leaves.

“Since ancient times, Japanese people have been mindful of natural phenomenon. While confronting our fears of the natural world, we worship and co-exist in harmony with nature. As one symbol of nature, trees possess a life force which lies in all natural things,” Naoki writes on her blog. “I’ve tried to endow my artworks with this energy. Through looking at my works, I hope you can feel this life force too.”

Follow Naoki Onogawa on Instagram to keep up with her latest work.

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oh jesus, this hits me square in the venn diagram of paper folding feels and tiny things feels.

@copperbadge has anyone made sure you see this, yet?

@lightshadowverisimilitude

OMG I 😍 THEM

I have to make one!
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