shout out to all of the custodians, cooks, garbage truck drivers, cafeteria workers, bus drivers, waiters, and every one else whose jobs and entire fucking existences get shit on by the same people who wouldn’t know what to do with their lives if they had to do anything for themselves
The Strongest Anti-Racism Ads Of The Last 20 Years
- 1996 Benetton
- 1996 UK
- 1999 campaign via the UK by the Commission for Racial Equality
- 2001 For the National Congress Of American Indians
- 2002 Via the UK for the National Assembly Against Racism
- 2002 Via the UK
- 2002 National Union of Students
- 2003 Red Cross of Finland
- 2004 campaign via the UK
- 2007 A More Perfect Union via the USA
The thing about horror movie situations is imma do my best to help you but if we running and you fallin or we hidin and you whimperin and sobbin, that’s it! I can’t do nothing else for you! You have made the choice to be a damsel in distress and boo this ain’t Camelot I have 0 time to die
never forget that australias first ever winter olympics gold was won because the guy was coming dead last and everyone in front of him fell over
Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow has already been the most visible female hero in their film efforts, and soon she’ll appear in three more of Marvel Studios’ Phase 2 films. The character’s background has ben hinted at, and Marvel Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada promised fans that at the end of “Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” fans would get an idea for the next phase of Natasha Romanoff’s story. The Black Widow has become Marvel’s first lady, a capable and multi-tiered character that proved she could hang with the big boys in “The Avengers.” Heck, she out espionaged the God of Lies, if that doesn’t solidly Natasha as comics’ biggest lady badass, I don’t know what does. Natasha deserves her own film…An exploration into Natasha’s past can reveal the black ops history of the Marvel Universe. With “Bucky” Barnes along for the ride, “Black Widow” could easily become Marvel’s own James Bond-like franchise, a super spy saga capable of shattering genre expectations.
Honestly, after reading Black Widow by Nathan Edmondson & Phil Noto, all arguments for why Natasha couldn’t possibly have a movie should be made invalid and burned in a fire.