bomb to the beach

Mama garnet would be so proud of stevonnie for taking back their power from kevin

Square mom and baby steven!!! Garnet and steven’s relationship is the CUTEST THING on the show.

Also baby steven scenarios are my favorite thing. My dad and my baby cousin played with bubbles in the park last week, so…THIS HAPPENED.

Also this is the first time I’ve drawn an actual background EVER. WOOHOO.

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LP Steven Universe Beach Volleyball GP

A lets plays of an Official Steven Universe game that’s not on Americas CN site for some reason.

New LPs every Wednesday and Thursday

  • Steven Universe Then: A funny lil' cartoon about a boy and three heroines from space dedicated to keep Beach City safe.
  • Steven Universe Now: WHERE THE FUCK DID WE GO WRONG IT'S A ANGST PARTY UP IN THIS BITCH
74 Anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbour 4

Ships lost or damaged


Battleships


Arizona (Kidd’s flagship): hit by four armor-piercing bombs, exploded; total loss. 1,177 dead.
Oklahoma: hit by five torpedoes, capsized; total loss. 429 dead. Refloated November 1943; capsized and lost while under tow to the mainland May 1947.
West Virginia: hit by two bombs, seven torpedoes, sunk; returned to service July 1944. 106 dead.
California: hit by two bombs, two torpedoes, sunk; returned to service January 1944. 100 dead.
Nevada: hit by six bombs, one torpedo, beached; returned to service October 1942. 60 dead.
Tennessee: hit by two bombs; returned to service February 1942. 5 dead.
Maryland: hit by two bombs; returned to service February 1942. 4 dead (including floatplane pilot shot down).
Pennsylvania (Kimmel’s flagship):[112] in drydock with Cassin and Downes, hit by one bomb, debris from USS Cassin; remained in service. 9 dead.

Ex-battleship (target/AA training ship)
Utah: hit by two torpedoes, capsized; total loss. 64 dead.

Cruisers

Helena: hit by one torpedo; returned to service January 1942. 20 dead.
Raleigh: hit by one torpedo; returned to service February 1942.
Honolulu: Near miss, light damage; remained in service.

Destroyers
Cassin: in drydock with Downes and Pennsylvania, hit by one bomb, burned; returned to service February 1944.
Downes: in drydock with Cassin and Pennsylvania, caught fire from Cassin, burned; returned to service November 1943.
Shaw: hit by three bombs; returned to service June 1942.

Auxiliaries
Oglala (minelayer): Damaged by torpedo hit on Helena, capsized; returned to service (as engine-repair ship) February 1944.
Vestal (repair ship): hit by two bombs, blast and fire from Arizona, beached; returned to service by August 1942.
Curtiss (seaplane tender): hit by one bomb, one crashed Japanese aircraft; returned to service January 1942. 19 dead.