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We’re getting in the giving spirit here at The Mary Sue, and we want to give you some sweet, limited edition Marvel merch courtesy of ReedPOP! Because ain’t nothin’ like this Rocket Raccoon plush ‘cept the mere 1,500 other ones that were produced. Want to get your furry paws on that Rocket plush and a super cool Marvel prize pack?

To enter: You must live in North America (if you’re able to have your prize shipped to someone in NA who will then ship it to you, be our guest), follow us on Tumblr, and reblog this post between now and Friday, December 5 at 12PM (noon) EST. Yup. That’s it—the whole plan. Way better than 11% of a plan. We’ll pick one winner at random and contact them via Tumblr Fan Mail, so make sure you’re watching your inbox! Check out all the prizes and rules on The Mary Sue.

TL;DR - Follow and reblog (likes don’t count) to win! Deadline is Friday, December 5 at 12PM (noon) EST. Good luck!

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Dr. Oz - Sue Klebold interview - 2.17.2016

Enjoy it before YT yanks it.  :) 

NEW SUE KLEBOLD INTERVIEW - DR. OZ - Airdate: 2.17.16

Daytime Exclusive: Columbine Killer’s Mom Sue Klebold Takes You Inside the Life of Dealing With a Mentally Ill Child

Sue Klebold breaks her silence 17 years after the Columbine tragedy with a one-on-one with Dr. Oz. Sue shares her biggest regret as a mom and tips for spotting a child in crisis. An important conversation no parent should miss. [Source - with video]

Think we’re going to get a whole lot more than we anticipated for regarding Sue’s details on what Dylan was like. And all the new photos! This is an amazing time for all of us..and for Sue! 😊

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Pappochelys: New Turtle Ancestor Discovered in Germany

by Sci-News.com

A team of paleontologists has discovered a new species of turtle-like reptile that lived in what is now Germany during the Middle Triassic period, approximately 240 million years ago. According to the team, this extinct creature, named Pappochelys, is a missing link in the evolutionary history of turtles.

“The mystery of how the turtle got its shell has been a long-standing question in evolutionary biology. In the case of Pappochelys, we see that its belly was protected by an array of rod-like bones, some of which are already fused to each other,” said team member Dr Hans-Dieter Sues of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History.

“Such a stage in the evolution of the turtle shell had long been predicted by embryological research on present-day turtles but had never been observed in fossils – until now.”

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anonymous asked:

Favourite Marvel superhero and superheroine of each house?

Gryffindor:

Captain America

Jubilee

Ravenclaw:

Dr. Banner

Jane Foster

Slytherin:

Black Widow

EDIT: Something went wrong with Hufflepuff’s answer! Since this is an ask, we can’t take it back, but our Hufflepuff admin has been informed and she should take care of that very soon!

Anglo Saxon and Viking Ship Burial – The British Museum

I was fortunate (yet again!) to snag a spot at another one of Dr. Sue Brunning’s talks, this time, at the British Museum. The topic: Anglo-Saxon and Viking ship burial. This came straight on the heels of her recent presentation about the renovations and refurbishment of Room 41 at the British Museum which houses the majestic Sutton Hoo collection. At this session, the British Museum invited renown Norwegian archaeologist, Jan Bill from the Kulturhistorisk Museum in Oslo. He spoke at length about various Viking burials and attempted to compare and contrast English and Norwegian funerary methods.

http://www.medievalists.net/2014/06/05/conferences-sutton-hoo-british-museum-new-directions-new-display/

Bedtime Stories - Part 3

Word Count: 2927

Pairing: Dean x Reader

Warnings: Language

A/N: Yeah I wrote a lot today. Sue me. 

Series Rewrite Masterlist


“Dr. Garrison! I need to speak with you!” Sam called out, running down the hospital corridor toward the doctor.

“Detective, what can I do for you?” He asked.

“Um. It’s about Callie.” Sam said, unsure how to go about saying this without getting thrown out or sent to the mental ward.

“My daughter?” He questioned, furrowing his eyebrows. “What about her?”

“You know maybe…maybe we could sit down for a minute?” Sam asked nervously.

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Behold, a Dr.Sues emo kid

Help I made another gemsona :’D

I really liked the idea mothsbymoonlight​ and dyemelikeasunset​ made about compartmentalizing our personalities onto another gem.

(hope it’s cool that I did that too!)

So Morganite’s carefree, expressive and goofy where Chrys is quiet, reserved, and sweet. (kind of a smart ass at times but it’s out of love)

Yet, despite significant strides in their presence and impact, women in U.S. politics are still a small minority. In 2013, they were only 18.3%of the U.S. Congress, and women of color were 4.5% of all members of Congress. In that year, 24% of state legislators were female, women of color were 4.9% of total state legislators, and only five women served as state governors. At the judicial level, women were 22% of all federal judgeships and 26% of all state-level judgeships.
—  Dr. Sue Thomas, co-author of Women and Elective Office: Past, Present, and Future writes about women and politics in the United States, on Oxford Scholarship Online.