It makes me really happy that Gaius became the King of Rieze Maxia after the events of Tales of Xillia even though he was the games main antagonist because he wasn’t evil, he just had a different solution in mind and was a really cool guy!
The Wall of Valor: Every S.H.I.E.L.D. facility has a memorial to the agents lost in the line of duty. S.H.I.E.L.D.’s history can be traced on walls like this.
This genuinely makes me upset because S.H.I.E.L.D. didn’t exist at the time that Bucky died?? Like, the organization was created at least a year after his death.
Which means that Peggy Carter posthumously made Bucky a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent in order to honour his sacrifice dON’T LOOK AT ME.
Bless Peggy Carter!
Well in the Canon of the movies the Howling Commandos became the SSR which became SHIELD so technically he always was an agent of shield…
The jobs market for a PhD level Organic Chemist is so fucking dire, why did I look it up :(
Forgot I took other photos on Saturday! RIP Stu’s baws
So Saturday was my birthday night out. We were at the Cathouse. Something heavy came on. Darren started windmilling on the dancefloor. He hit me so hard in the balls that my feet left the ground. This was the immediate aftermath. Happy Birthday eh?
Things I hate about having my family on facebook:
- My uncle comments on EVERY FUCKING STATUS I get mentioned or tagged in or like or anything and I love him but like 7386785030% of the time I have no idea what the fuck he is talking about.
I saw a report slagging off the fact that only 27% of the ALS donations are going to research and it was really cutting and quite horribly like “what the fuck are all you wanks doing with the ice bucket challenge blah blah”.
I mean okay yeah, the salaries for their highest execs were a bit ridic, but the still only made up <10% (bare in mind this is based on figures prior to the revenue from the ice bucket challenge) and although only ~30% was being put into research the remaining 60% was still being divided between care for people currently suffering from the condiiton (~30%), education (both at school and in work places, ~15%) and advertising and further fundraising campaings (~15%), which is pretty standard for a charity as far as I am aware (except maybe the slightly high salaries but come on).
I’ve said it before and I’ve said it again, the Ice Bucket thing may well be carry on, and their may well be better charities to donate to, but complaining about it and wasting energy picking the charities apart before they’ve had the chance to even spend the money DOES NOTHING TO HELP ANYONE whereas the challenge in of itself has at the very least served to educate people, raise awareness and raised a tidy sum of money that will eventually benefit somebody in need, at least a little bit.
Someone please do something musical with me. I am a pretty decent bass player, have been picking up some of the basics of guitar pretty quickly recently and can sing (or well at least I think I can).
Why is it not possible to rollerblade, ski, mountain bike, read comics, drive, play video games and play guitar ALL AT THE SAME TIME?!?!?!!!!!?!