Casey Malone Is The Brute Squad

patbaer:

daisyrosario:

chrisgriswold:

hitchdied:

luciawestwick:

do you remember the scene where Steve shows page from his notebook with all the things he missed while he’d been napping? so, this page is different for Russia. here it is

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moreover, I found another 7 versions.

US page

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UK list

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version for South Korea

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page for France 

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Italian version

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Mexican one

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list for Spain

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quite interesting, isn’t it? let me know if there are other versions)

update! Australian list (via idkvader)

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Captain America: World Novice

Thanks!

My favorite thing about this is that it means all around the world, people agree Thai food is worth trying if you’ve missed the last 50 years. 

I love the idea of Steve looking up the historical context of “Dance Dance Revolution” and finding out it’s a video game. 

I find it impossible to believe that a dude who’s hung out with Tony Stark so much is yet to come to a decision about AC/DC. 

kylekinane:

Two weeks in Australia and this is the only picture I have to show for it.

kylekinane:

Two weeks in Australia and this is the only picture I have to show for it.

"No, I swear we come here ALL THE TIME. You were here last week, do you really not remember?"

"No, I swear we come here ALL THE TIME. You were here last week, do you really not remember?"

Those who have the power right now, in tech but also to some extent in media, see themselves as rejects, weirdos fighting for their place, and there are reasons for that. The emotional patterning laid down in puberty is hard to shake. If you got used to being excluded, being left out, having to fight to survive because you were smart or nerdy or different or all three, that’s a mentality that stays with you. That sort of trauma can be useful later in life – it gives you stamina, drive, a determination to carry your ideas through against the odds, a hunger to prove yourself, fierce dedication to your fellow oddballs and weirdoes, and I could go on. But it is still trauma, and it comes with baggage. Part of which is that long after you’ve stopped being an outsider and instead become a privileged pillar of the new establisment, not only do you fail to notice, but when someone points it out to you, you get angry – you get reaaaally, really frustrated – because being an “outsider” has always been a forming part of your identity, and being told there are people further out than you is hard to handle.

Feeling terrible about myself today, so I’m taking a 2-minute quokka break.