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project-blackbird:

Emily Vancamp as Sharon Carter in “Captain America: The Winter Soldier”

Here’s an example of what we call a “soft no”. Sharon turns down Steve’s offer in a way that’s meant not to insult him but never actually uses the word “no”.

Steve clearly gets the message, though, and importantly offers to leave her alone. Sharon’s comment afterwards gives him an opportunity to try again later, but he doesn’t press and respects her rejection of his company even though it’s probably hurt his feelings a bit.

Just in case you ever wonder “What would Captain America do?”; there you go.

lotofwater:

Sexism is a social disease.
Our disease.

galtenoble:

I will keep you from all harm

sherlscott:

Words of wisdom from Ron Swanson.

tristan-thorn-is-my-hero:

mojosodope178:

theweedteacher:

Wait so in order to shoot this commercial they actually gave two little kids dildos and said go fight with these

double wait…they used kids playing with dildos to promote gun safety?

This is fucking amazing to me…

blaindersonkummel:

the best part of today has been the constant stream of people gradually finding out about Naya Rivera’s wedding and the mixed reactions like

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incurablylazydevil:

not. lying.

Disney Timeline

everything-we-see:

I made this precarious time line of Disney films and its events. The locations and dates can be wrong; the timeline is based on the scenarios, clothing and events from the films, and on Pixar Theory and on drawings by Claire Hummel.

Enjoy. 

  • B/W 40.000.000 and 50.000.000 years ago - "Dinosaur", near prehistoric Madagascar
  • 9000s BC – “Brother Bear”, USA
  • 2600s BC - "Aladdin", Arabian Peninsula
  • B/W 220 BC and 200 BC – “Mulan”, China 
  • B/W 8 BC and 6 BC – “Hercules”, Greece
  • 495 AD – “The Sword in the Stone”, England
  • Middle Ages – “The Black Cauldron”, England
  • 14th Century – “Sleeping Beauty”, France (some people say England)
  • 14th or 15th Century – “Brave”, Scotland
  • B/W 1439 and 1533 – “The Emperor’s New Groove”, Peru
  • 15th Century – “Robin Hood”, England
  • 1482 – “The Hunchback of Notre-Dame”, France
  • B/W 1500 and 1530 – “Snow White and the Seven Dwarves”, Germany
  • B/W 16th Century and 18th Century – “Tangled”, Germany
  • 1607 – “Pocahontas”, USA
  • 18th Century – “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow”, USA
  • 1770s – “The Beauty and the Beast”, France
  • B/W 1830 and 1840 – “Frozen”, Norway, Denmark and Germany (Arendelle, The Southern Isles and Weselton)
  • B/W 1850 and 1860 – “Alice in Wonderland”, England
  • B/W 1860s and 1890s – “Cinderella”, France
  • B/W 1860s and 1890s – “Home on the Range”, USA
  • 1880s – “The Great Mouse Detective”, England
  • 1880s – “Pinocchio”, Italy
  • 1890s – “The Little Mermaid”, Denmark (some people say Caribe)
  • 1890s – “The Jungle Book”, India
  • 1900s – “Tarzan”, African Jungle
  • B/W 1908 and 1920 – “Lady and the Tramp”, USA
  • Late 19th Century or early 20th Century – “Peter Pan”, England
  • 1910 – “The Aristocats”, France
  • 1914 – “Atlantis, the Lost Empire”, USA, Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea
  • 1920s – “The Princess and the Frog”, USA
  • 1940s – “Saludos Amigos”, Peru, Bolivia, Argentina, Chile and Brazil
  • 1940s – “The Three Caballeros”, Mexico, Chile and Brazil.
  • 1941 – “Dumbo”, USA
  • B/W 1950 and 1960 – “The Incredibles”, USA
  • 1960s – “The Fox and the Hound”,  USA
  • 1960s – “101 Dalmatians”, England
  • 1970s – “The Many Adventures of Winnie-The-Pooh”, England
  • B/W 1970 and 1980 – “The Rescuers”, USA
  • B/w 1970 and 1990 – “The Rescuers goes Under”, Australia
  • 1980s – “Oliver and Company”, USA
  • 1997 – “Toy Story”, USA
  • 1998 – “Toy Story 2”, USA
  • 2000s – “Lilo and Stitch”, USA
  • 2003 – “Finding Nemo”, Australia and Australian sea
  • 2007 – “Meet the Robinsons”, USA
  • 2007 – “Chicken Little”, USA
  • 2007 – “Ratatouille”, France
  • 2008 – “Bolt”, USA
  • 2010 – “Toy Story 3”, USA
  • B/W 2011 and 2016 – “Up!”, USA and Guyana
  • 2037 – “Meet the Robinsons”, USA
  • B/W 2100s and 2200s – “Cars”, USA
  • B/W 2800 and 2900 – “Wall-E”, USA and Space
  • B/W 2898 and 3000 – “Bug’s Life”, border of USA and Mexico
  • B/W 4500 and 5000 – “Monster University”
  • B/W 4500 and 5000 – “Monster Inc.”

Unknown – Bambi, USA

Unknown – The Lion King, African savanna

Unknown – Treasure Planet

Unknown – Wreck-It Ralph