[at a party] Sam: [sitting on Steve’s lap] Tony: … Tony: [looking at Bucky] Why don’t we do stuff like that? Bucky: [pulling Tony onto his lap] Happy? [a few minutes later] Tony:
Do you seriously have a boner right now? Bucky:
You wanted this.
Fic by: Tinyfierceandsassy Art by: suitfer Sam/Steve Rating: T 2,964 words Summary: “Sam and Steve drive out to Clint’s farm for a day visit, only to be unexpectedly left alone to babysit Clint’s infant son. It turns out Steve is afraid of babies, a weakness that Sam capitalizes on for teasing purposes. Fluff and domestic cuteness ensue, with Steve warming up to Baby Nathaniel by the end.”
here’s one of my works for the @samwilsonbirthdaybang !! it was super fun and an extremely sweet event, special thanks to the author for being a delight to work with, couldn’t have done this without you!
Hey followers - Just making you all aware of a shitty situation being created by Delta Airlines right now.
My good friend Lauren Goodnight is currently stuck on a flight which has been sitting on the runway for four hours, first with in-flight entertainment problems, then with unspecified electrical problems, and now with possible pneumatic issues. As things stand, they are “waiting for a part.” On top of this delay, the flight itself is an eight-hour trip.
The flight attendants have apparently been absolute superstars, but the airline is refusing to give passengers any concrete information regarding possible departure times, remuneration, alternate flights, or overnight accommodations if they become necessary.
Despite mounting problems with air quality inside the cabin and a number of people complaining of discomfort, hunger, thirst, and panic attacks, there have been no efforts to safely deplane passengers or return them to the terminal to wait while repairs are made. Passengers who have inquired have been told that voluntarily deplaning will exclude them from reimbursement or accommodations when and IF they become available at some future (currently undetermined) time.
There are also young children on this flight who have been stuck in this situation for several hours.
Peeps, start spamming Delta on everything you can find. They need to know that this is unacceptable, unsafe, unprofessional, and not the way an airline should be acting if they want to remain in business.
American Airlines Flight Attendants, 1967.
Against a white backdrop, a pair of American Airlines air stewardesses help each other into their uniforms, September 1967. The photo was taken as part of a billboard ad campaign for the airline. Photo by Susan Wood