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starlorde:

au where bucky/the winter soldier is stitch and steve is lilo

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'The Traveller'
"That’s what I am, just a traveler."
I made this months back. Never posted it because I wasn’t very happy with it. Still not happy with it but you know, whatever. 
Have a good day. 
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varshavijayan:

'The Traveller'

"That’s what I am, just a traveler."

I made this months back. Never posted it because I wasn’t very happy with it. Still not happy with it but you know, whatever. 

Have a good day. 

Facebook page

Deviantart

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everybodyilovedies:

Chris Evans as Captain America at the set of Avengers: Age of Ultron | Seoul, Korea. April 4, 2014

It has an Avengers logo on the shoulder

IT HAS AN AVENGERS LOGO ON THE SHOULDER THEY’RE A TEAM THEY’RE A REAL TEAM THEY HAVE UNIFROMS WITH LOGOS OH GOSH NO MY HEART

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wildwildeyes:

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giveme-brandy-onmybreath:

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onlyeverrory:

why do teachers have such an intense hatred for wikipedia 

because it does their job better than them

my history teacher used to mess with wikipedia when he gave us assignments

half my class had essays about how hitler was secretly in a relationship with stalin

IM LAUGHING REALLY HARD RIGHT NOW

We hate Wikipedia because as give me-brand-onmybreath pointed out so nicely, it’s not always accurate. Anyone can change it.

Plus, there are students who have copy/pasted entire wikipedia passages and handed them in as their own “original work.” Or who insist on using Wikipedia even after I’ve flat-out provided them with direct links to far more useful online resources for their papers.

Personally, if you use Wikipedia, I’m more of a mentality that you should really use the footnoted sources on the site’s article instead. Do some research. That’s the point of a research project. That’s what your textbooks are for. That’s why schools try to have remote access to online databases for you. Heck, that’s what a library or the school media center is for.

We hate when students use it instead of doing the work that we believe would encourage comprehensive reading and critical thinking skills. There’s nothing wrong with using Wikipedia to get an idea of what your topic is about, but it’s just a start. Use the links at the bottom for more reliable sources than someone else’s summary. And if students were using critical thinking skills, then maybe they would think a secret relationship between Hitler and Stalin is a bit suspicious. Sure, instead of taking responsibility for yourself and your actions, blame the teacher, real productive.

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YOU BELONG TO ME. 

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flabofsteel:

sams-supernatural-dick:

"Do you realise how many carbs is in tha-"

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This speaks to me on so many levels right now

Fuck yeah, that’s right.  

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laughingsquid:

Lion Cubs Adorably Attempt To Imitate Father’s Roar

WHAT IF YOU HAD TO LISTEN TO THIS

A PRIDE OF THIS

A pride of squeakers.

He’s like NO NO, LIKE THIS. RUUUUH RUUUUH RH RH RH WHY CAN’T YOU DO IT

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Source

I can’t stop laughing

Loooooool

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timhortonsmajesty:

THIS IS SO IMPORTANT OH MY GOD

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molecularlifesciences:

Top 5 misconceptions about evolution: A guide to demystify the foundation of modern biology.

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Here is an infographic to help inform citizens.  From my experience most people who misunderstand evolution are actually misinformed about what science is and how it operates.  That said, here are five of the biggest barriers faced when one explains evolution - I have faced these and they are documented in the literature.

I hope you can build on my work and improve the communication between the scientists and the public.

Want to do more?  If you want to donate to the cause of science education I suggest the National Center for Science Education http://ncse.com, your local university, or an equivalent organization.  Volunteering at schools and inviting scientists into classrooms are two ways to encourage an informed society.  Attend hearings if school boards start questioning evolution’s role in public curriculum.  Raise a storm if anyone tries to ban science.  Plus, it never hurts to reblog a well made evolution post.

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