(understandably it's a p. huge one)

red-1s-weird  asked:

In s3 I just really want Pidge to like snap at Lance and be like 'you don't understand' but then he just is like 'so u don't think I don't know what it's like to have brothers and sisters and a /huge/ family?' And then Pidge realizes what she said and she's like 'no that's not what I-' and Lance is like 'well maybe YOU guys don't understand' or something like that cause i suck at describing scenarios and it was better in my head

tbh i can imagine him trying to contain all of his emotions and one day he’ll be told to “shut up” or “try harder” and he’ll just s n a p

Apollo 11 - "I say that there were other spaceships!"

Apollo 11, with Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins and Edwin Aldrin was the first Apollo flight to land on the Moon, on July 20, 1969. While Collins flew in orbit around the Moon in the command module, Armstrong and Aldrin descended in the lunar module, landing in the Sea of Tranquillity at 4:17 P.M.

According to hitherto un-confirmed reports, both Neil Armstrong and Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin saw UFOs shortly after that historic landing on the Moon in Apollo 11 on 21 July 1969.

I remember hearing one of the astronauts refer to a “light” in or on a crater during the television transmission, followed by a request from mission control for further information. Nothing more was heard.

The following astonishing conversation was picked up by ham radio operators that had their own VHF receiving facilities that bypassed NASA’s broadcasting outlets.

At this time, the live television broadcast was interrupted for two minutes due to a supposed “overheated camera”, but the transmission below was received loud and clear by hundreds of ham radio operators.

According to Otto Binder, who was a member of the NASA space team, when the two moon-walkers, Aldrin and Armstrong were making their rounds some distance from the LEM, Armstrong clutched Aldrin’s arm excitedly and exclaimed:

Armstrong: What was it? What the hell was it? That’s all I want to know!“

Mission Control: What’s there?… malfunction (garble) … Mission Control calling Apollo 11…

Apollo 11: These babies were huge, sir!… Enormous!… Oh, God! You wouldn’t believe it! … I’m telling you there are other space-craft out there … lined up on the far side of the crater edge! … They’re on the Moon watching us!

Wilson writes (p. 48):

"Binder ends his report with this observation: ‘There has, understandably, been no confirmation of this incredible report by NASA or any authorities. WE cannot vouch for its authenticity, but if true, one can surmise that mission control went into a dither and then into a huddle, after which they sternly [ordered] the moonwalkers to 'forget’ what they saw and carry on casually and calmly as if nothing had happened. After all, an estimated 600 million people around the world were hanging on every word spoken by the first two men to leave footprints on the Moon.”

anonymous asked:

I'm not mad, and its ok, I understand. Your version cracked me up =P. I liked it mucho. Got another prompt for ya =D . Shaw has a broken hand and Root tries to help her/ cheer her up?

Root loves Shaw but not Shaw’s stinky armpits when she forgets to put on deodorant. 


I combined the two because why not? Again, not what the prompt said, but yeah, I can’t help myself. 




“You stick.”

Shaw narrows her eyes, clearly thinking of ways to hurt Root and if John was at Root’s shoes he would back off slowly, but Root just smiles and stands her ground and Shaw’s expression softens after a few moments.

“Broken arm, remember?” As if anyone could ignore the cast covering from wrist to just below the shoulder. John wasn’t there when Shaw broke her arm in three places, but was with her at the ride to the hospital to know to keep his distance.

“Besides, if I remember correctly someone had promise to run me a bath, but never did.”

This time John raise an eyebrow; he never thought he could hear Shaw whine about anything non-food related.

“I was tired,” Root says.

“Well, you shouldn’t make promises you can’t keep.”

Wow. Okay. This is…this is something.

“How about I run you a bath now? Will you forgive me?”

“Maybe.”

Root openly teasing Shaw and Shaw is taking it, and John’s happy for both of them.

“How about now?” Root says and takes something from a paper bag John just noticed she’s holding.

Is that…is that a yellow plastic duckling dress as a doctor?

John tries to hold his laugh pretending he’s coughing, but doesn’t fool Shaw; she looks at him and murder is written all over her face.

Root smirks, fishes something from the bag and throws it at him. “Why are you laughing, big lug? Got one for you too.”

To his horror (and surprise), John finds himself holding a yellow plastic duckling dressed in a tuxedo.

Shaw’s grin is huge when Root says to him, “Don’t say I never gave you anything.”