it had been four days since Tony admitted in front of everyone that he was in love with you. Steve wouldent say much about it to you, doing his usual sweet guy thing. but you knew he was angry.
you went out with a friend to shop and when you came home you heard yelling from the living room. “who do you think you are Tony?!” Steve was yelling, “you cant just state that you’re in love with my Fiancé at my engagement party!”
it was a scientific question and of course Thor couldent answer it, so Tony stepped towards you, patting Thor as he moved past him, “well you see,” he grinned, “the back up conduit works like this.” he hit a few buttons on the table and a 3-D diagram of the back up conduit popped up and he began to explain.
Thor sighed, Tony had won this round but Thor would catch up… eventually.
The monsoon season made travel by APC almost impossible, so we went on Eagle Flights to the Iron Triangle, Ho Bo Woods and Boi Loi Woods for Search & Destroy and Sweeps. Photo taken by John Michael Massey (Mike).
World Press Photo of the Year: 1967 South Vietnam, May 1967. The commander of an M48 tankgunner of the US 7th Cavalry Regiment in Vietnam’s “Iron Triangle”. About the image: Rentmeester
took his winning shot, which was salvaged from Life magazine’s rejects
pile, as he lay on the floor of an incredibly hot tank. Rentmeester is
the only Dutch photographer to ever have received this award, which was
founded in the Netherlands.
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Standing at the porch of her house, waiting for the door to open, he reminds Roland to behave but it’s a hopeless business from the start.
There are just too many gadgets lying around, too many shiny objects with mind boggling capabilities. She has a son, too, a twelve year old boy with serious eyes whose pride of his mother is obvious to anyone paying attention. It’s hard to tell whether Roland is more in awe of the posh tech or of the older boy showcasing it. Robin is surprised by how attentive her boy is to his own son, not showing any sign of budding teenage exasperation at spending the evening with his mom and her two guests — one of which is a four year old who has been following Henry around from moment one.
Instead, Henry has taken to Roland like an apprentice, telling him what Captain America and the Hulk are like in real life and answering all of Roland’s questions with a world-wise voice.
Sometime during dinner, when it becomes blatantly clear that he and Regina have become mere bystanders to the boy’s important discussion on superpowers, Robin grins across the table to find her beaming back at him. He offers to help her clear the table for dessert and leans in to whisper, as they walk toward the kitchen, that he thinks she might have officially lost the number one spot on Roland’s Coolest People Ever list. At the strong, enticing smell of the apple pie she has prepared to close their meal, however, Robin reconsiders that assessment with a “though you may not be out of the running yet”.
The pleased smirk he’s rewarded with makes Robin think he must be playing his cards right.