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"Did You Ever Know (That You’re My Hero)" plays in the background.

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The Avengers teach Bucky about technology - part one

I think toasters existed when Bucky was Bucky?

Yeah, they were definitely around before the 1940s, but I did not realize that until AFTER I drew the thing.
…and I really liked the idea of Bucky sticking his metal arm down a toaster and having it explode in his face, so I kept it :P

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FridayFunFact2: For the first time, the number of broadband subscribers with the major U.S. cable companies exceeded the number of cable subscribers, the Leichtman Research Group reported today. Among other things, these figures suggest the industry is now misnamed. Evidently these are broadband companies that offer cable on the side.

(from: The Internet Is Officially More Popular Than Cable in the U.S. | Business | WIRED)

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“*Captain Planet voice* With our powers combined, we are HIDING A DEAD BODY!” Two of our teammates combining their Mage powers to get rid of a corpse (via outofcontextdnd)
“The real city had been burned down many times in its long history—out of revenge, or carelessness, or spite, or even just for the insurance. Most of the big stone buildings that actually made it a city, as opposed simply to a load of hovels all in one place, survived them intact and many people considered that a good fire every hundred years or so was essential to the health of the city since it helped to keep down the rats, roaches, fleas and, of course, people not rich enough to live in stone houses.” Terry Pratchett, Moving Pictures (via discworldquotes)
“How did library e-book collections get such a leg up? Amazon is locked in a hate-hate relationship with many publishers, so none of the five largest will sell their whole collection to Amazon for its subscription service. (Amazon bought a few big titles like the Harry Potter and Hunger Games series, has 500 books already in the public domain and pads out the rest with back-catalog and self-published books to reach the 600,000 tally it touts.) And so far only two of the big publishers will sell even part of their collections to startups Oyster and Scribd.” Why the Public Library Beats Amazon—for Now - WSJ (via the-gwendolyn-reading-method)

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Clone Club + Cards

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“One cannot weep for the entire world, it is beyond human strength. One must choose.” Jean Anouilh (via infamoussayings)

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Bob and Weave


Fighter: “Who’s the crazy one now?!”

Rogue: “Still you. You killed our guide friend.”

Fighter: “I just meant to boop him on the nose! But then he bobbed when I weaved and his head just fell off.”

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