graysongraves:

exeunt-pursued-by-a-bear:

erikloser:

stop taking bucky’s metal arm away

stop taking charles’ wheelchair away

stop taking clint’s hearing aids away

disabled superheroes are important stop sucking please

I read this wrong and I was just picturing them all confused as to who keeps taking their stuff.

"Steve have you seen my arm anywhere?"

"Nope, sorry Bucky.  By the way, have you seen Clint’s hearing aids?  He hasn’t been able to hear a damn thing all day"

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The Survivors: Liberians who recovered from Ebola

The Ebola epidemic has a 70 percent mortality rate, according to the World Health Organization, but leaves survivors immune to the strain that sickened them. See the faces of those who survived the disease in Liberia. (Getty)

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 vthebookworm:

ragglefraggles:

when they say youre too old for disney

The hop, I can’t. I cackled.

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riddlemeroxy:

ath-na:

he’s a keeper

I have reblogged this SO many times

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Vela SNR 6Panel Mosaic  Credit: Gerald Rhemann

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Vela SNR 6Panel Mosaic
Credit: Gerald Rhemann

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ancientart:

A brief cross-cultural look at necklaces from the ancient world.

The first is made of green jadeite, from Chiapas in Mexico, and likely of the Maya culture. AD 200-900.

Second is an Egyptian necklace from the Late-Ptolemaic Period (711-30 BC), made of gold, mother of pearl, and yellow, green, and tan faience.

The next is Greco-Roman, and made of gold with the profile head of an emperor, dating to the 3rd-4th century AD.

Returning to Mexico, this next example is made of shell, and from Colima. 200 BC-AD 500.

The fifth necklace shown in Egyptian, dates to 664-525 BC, and is made of carnelian and faience.

The next example is likely Etruscan, dates to the Hellenistic period (325-50 BC), and made of gold.

Our final example is from ancient Bactria (located in modern Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, and Tajikistan), made of agate, and dates to the Namazga V period, circa 2200-1800 BC.

All artefacts courtesy of & currently located at the LACMA, USA. Via their online collectionsM.71.73.318M.81.15050.22.18M.86.296.203M.91.200.250.22.8 & M.2000.183.1.

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