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Let’s be serious here guys: I fell in love with this gif the second I saw it — The Temptations have always held a place close to my heart because my Dad loved them too. But this especially… He used to be on all the parent committees for my schools because with his injury he couldn’t do any of the more physically strenuous stuff.

At his funeral, one of his friends, Danielle, shared that after ever meeting he’d drive off listening to ‘My Girl’ because he was going home to my mother and I. It’s been about 11 years, but sometimes the most random thing will set me to thinking and smiling and crying, gif included.

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theactualcluegirl:

all-new captain america by stuart immonen

The only thing that’s stopping me from howling with joy over this is that Remender is still in charge of the writing, and I don’t trust him not to be a racist, sexist rape-apologist with the whole thing.

Let’s just be optimistic that fuck yeah Sam Wilson(!!!) is going to be Captain America until we see what happens.

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silentambassadors:

Happiest of Bastille Days to all yous!  On July 14, 1789, the French people rose up against the monarchy and stormed the Bastille, which was viewed as a representation of the absolutist and authoritarian oppression of the monarchy.  As it happened, only seven inmates were at the time interned, but the power of the people had been invoked: shortly after, feudalism was abolished and the Déclaration des droits de l’homme et du citoyen proclaimed.  The following year, on July 14, 1790, the first Fête de la Fédération celebrated the Storming of the Bastille, which everyone ought to do again today.  Alas, one cannot storm the actual Bastille, which toppled along with the French monarchy.  But nevertheless, let’s shout together: vive la liberté, vive l’egalité, vive la fraternité, vive la revolution, vive la France!

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Issued on: July 14, 1989
From: Washington, DC; Paris, France
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