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NC - HELP!!

Long shot, I know, but I know I have a fair few followers in NC.

A friend of mine is moving to Florida in the next few days and needs to find a temporary home for his dog. She is a very friendly and well-trained Doberman named Piper. I will be able to take her at the very beginning of August and will even pay for her care in the meantime, I just unfortunately cannot break my lease, and my apartment is strictly no dogs.

If you have the space and ability to take her, please let me know. It would need to be very soon, but I am available all weekend to pick her up from the Hickory area and bring her to you. Please send me an ask if you can help out in any way. <3

remonts:

fuckreiva:

i was reading through my journal and i found this one page and it broke me

I think my heart just shattered

remonts:

fuckreiva:

i was reading through my journal and i found this one page and it broke me

I think my heart just shattered

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ao3org:

[The cover of Young Avengers (2013) #13, featuring the title’s logo in the center above the assembled cast: (clockwise from top) Hulkling, Wiccan, Marvel Boy, Miss America, Hawkeye, and Prodigy. A red Marvel banner at the bottom gives the issue’s title at the left and the list of this issue’s creators at the right.]
Young Avengers is an American comic book published by Marvel. The first run, spearheaded by Allan Heinberg and Jim Cheung, began in 2005 and ran until 2012. In 2013, Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie brought the series back, adding some new characters to the group’s roster. 

As both Young Avengers series focus on the adventures of some of the teenage heroes of the Marvel universe, several of the stories include such common young adult themes as destiny, young love, and leaving home, but with a unique backdrop of time travel, reality-warping powers, and alien invasions.

Both iterations also feature a diverse cast of characters, but the characters of Wiccan (Billy Kaplan) and Hulkling (Teddy Altman) may be the most famous. As young superheroes in a stable homosexual relationship, these Young Avengers were quickly recognized as role models not just for their heroic deeds in fighting evil, but in being a positive influence for homosexual and/or questioning youth. In fact, both launches of the series have won GLAAD (Gay &amp; Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation) Media Awards for Outstanding Comic Books: first in 2008 and again in 2014.

Celebrate the Young Avengers by posting creations new and old on AO3, and expand the list of resources and share fandom stories on the Fanlore page! Got a favorite Young Avengers creation to share? Add Young Avengers fan fiction and fan art recommendations to our April Showers collection!

(In honor of our April Showers festivities, we’re highlighting one fandom for each day in April.  Help us celebrate by keeping an eye on our social media sites: AO3 Twitter, AO3 Tumblr, and Fanlore Twitter.)

ao3org:

[The cover of Young Avengers (2013) #13, featuring the title’s logo in the center above the assembled cast: (clockwise from top) Hulkling, Wiccan, Marvel Boy, Miss America, Hawkeye, and Prodigy. A red Marvel banner at the bottom gives the issue’s title at the left and the list of this issue’s creators at the right.]


Young Avengers is an American comic book published by Marvel. The first run, spearheaded by Allan Heinberg and Jim Cheung, began in 2005 and ran until 2012. In 2013, Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie brought the series back, adding some new characters to the group’s roster.

As both Young Avengers series focus on the adventures of some of the teenage heroes of the Marvel universe, several of the stories include such common young adult themes as destiny, young love, and leaving home, but with a unique backdrop of time travel, reality-warping powers, and alien invasions.

Both iterations also feature a diverse cast of characters, but the characters of Wiccan (Billy Kaplan) and Hulkling (Teddy Altman) may be the most famous. As young superheroes in a stable homosexual relationship, these Young Avengers were quickly recognized as role models not just for their heroic deeds in fighting evil, but in being a positive influence for homosexual and/or questioning youth. In fact, both launches of the series have won GLAAD (Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation) Media Awards for Outstanding Comic Books: first in 2008 and again in 2014.

Celebrate the Young Avengers by posting creations new and old on AO3, and expand the list of resources and share fandom stories on the Fanlore page! Got a favorite Young Avengers creation to share? Add Young Avengers fan fiction and fan art recommendations to our April Showers collection!


(In honor of our April Showers festivities, we’re highlighting one fandom for each day in April. Help us celebrate by keeping an eye on our social media sites: AO3 Twitter, AO3 Tumblr, and Fanlore Twitter.)

'Isn't a kind of a trip to know you have your own action figure?' 'It’s pretty dope.’ (c)

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anthonymackies:

Anthony Mackie photographed by Nicholas Maggio.

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geeky-sova:

A little something I sketched after reading Maybe You Have Your Reasons which Dani wrote for my bday - thank you so much, darling ♥

Honestly, it’s quite astonishing how much misery this movie manages to pack into two hours of mostly action sequences and espionage subplots, particularly since Captain America is supposedly one of the “lighter” superheroes, compared to the unending grimdarkness of Batman. I guess this is the difference between “manpain” and “a man in legitimate emotional pain.”

The Tragedy of Bucky Barnes

this was just maybe flat out my favorite part of this review because hi, true

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vellelunarum:


@tylerl_hoechlin: It’s been a long time coming…And now it’s finally happened. 


go home folks go back to your lives we did what needed to be done

vellelunarum:

@tylerl_hoechlin: It’s been a long time coming…And now it’s finally happened. 

go home folks go back to your lives we did what needed to be done

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itemfinder asked:

Name two things you like about yourself, then pass it on to the first ten people on your dash. #TeamSelfEsteem

I’m really good at giving gifts; I love seeing people’s reactions when I give them something. And for a bit of physical confidence, I love my hips.

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oldziekill:

whiteboyfriend:

NPR posted an article with a title asking why people don’t read anymore, but the content was just an April Fools joke. Then people started to embarrass themselves.

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omg

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repulsor:

this was how i broke in my new tablet im sorry

repulsor:

this was how i broke in my new tablet im sorry

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broadlybrazen:

genebeanbelcher:

kindness is cooler than being a jerk. i like kind people way more than i like people who are butts, even though probably people who are butts have their own reasons for being a butt and it’s not like anyone is a butt 24/7 like sometimes you’re just off, yanno? sometimes i have been a butt. i am often a butt. where was i going with this. idk

YES

i hate it when people equate being kind with being boring - kindness is hard, it requires emotional work and energy even when it’s relatively easy, and it’s often not easy at all

being kind =/= being nice; niceness has its uses, but being nice has nothing to do with ethics and everything to do with delicate social balancing. niceness is about not rocking the boat, smoothing things over, niceness can be brutal in its determination to sweep past inconveniences; you can be unjust and unfair and still manage a veneer of “niceness”; nice does not require kind, or vice versa

(I’ve met plenty of people who wouldn’t lift a finger to help you if you needed it but they observed all the social niceties when stepping aside, and it was somehow excusable that they were unkind at the core because they were nice about it; conversely I know people who are blunt and caustic who would help, every time, people who might not manage nice but would always, always try to be kind)

kindness requires exertion of the heart and soul, kindness will fucking cost you (and you might willingly pay, but there’s still a price, it doesn’t come easy or free), and that is really fucking difficult, why do people undersell it?

i’m not talking about flashy movie battles against supervillains, either; i’m talking about the cumulative effect of all the little things, the hundred small conscientious ways in which people take up stewardship and accountability for their communities, the quiet unglamorous tasks to minister unto others

i am so sick of our cultural obsession with brooding self-absorbed jerks; they’re not clever or cute and those stories don’t do shit for me, they don’t give me hope or strength or help, they just make me want to give up and not bother

but people who keep trying, who want to be as good as they know how (even if they sometimes suck at it), they give me hope

they’re fighting, too, but it’s not brooding antihero nihilism; it’s so much more interesting than that

kindness in the face of all the bad things is a giant glowing fuck you, it’s defiance in the darkness, it means looking at all the bullshit in the world and still deciding to love wholly and generously and ferociously

that stubborn furious struggle is so fucking fascinating

IT IS PUNK TO BE KIND

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