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It’s official. Stark.exe has stopped working. I broke him.

But on a different note: HOMECOMING WAS SOOOO GOOOD??????? I’ve found my favourite Spooderman! There were so many great moments in it, Tom was a fantastic actor, and the writing and story were well-paced! Gonna go watch it a second time!!! 

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On June 8, 1984, GHOSTBUSTERS was released in theaters!

Interesting Bit ‘o Trivia: GHOSTBUSTERS and GREMLINS were both released on the same day in 1984! What a time to be alive!!

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Behind the scenes of Ghostbusters (1984)

“Eight years in the making and with over seventy cast and crew interviews Cleanin’ Up The Town: Remembering Ghostbusters is the definitive documentary that charts how Ghostbusters and Ghostbusters 2 came to fruition and how these films were made by the people that made them.

Interviews include actors in the film Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis, Ernie Hudson, Sigourney Weaver Annie Potts, David Margulies, William Atherton, Kurt Fuller and Jason Reitman, Director Ivan Reitman, Producer Michael C. Gross, Visual Effects crew including Richard Edlund, Terry Windell, Dennis Muren and Steve Johnson, musicians Ray Parker Jr and The Bus Boys.

In this extended cut we want audiences to experience a little more of what they can expect from this feature length documentary.”


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QAF Then and now….

  1. Gale Harold
  2. Randy Harrison
  3. Peter Paige
  4. Hal Sparks
  5. Sharon Gless
  6. Michelle Clunie
  7. Thea Gil
  8. Scott Lowell
  9. Robert Gant
  10. Sherry Miller
  11. Harris Allan

its-lily-briscoe  asked:

You know I am very frustrated with Carter's non-reaction to TM's existence, but I came to think that it is just another symptom of the ideological blind spots of POI wrt the surveillance state. I really love this show, especially because it did not take the simplistic "man vs machine" approach on AI, but I have to say that it was not as critical about the "national security vs privacy" issue. Even in POI's own Snowden episode, Peck was urged to look at the "mysteries of human heart", instead of-

-trying to expose the violation of the individual rights of citizens by this surveillance apparatus. Or the whole Vigilance storyline, while being sympathetic towards Collier’s motives, ended up making him Decima’s puppet. And during the entire run of the show, the only time the relevant operations were really criticized was Ctrl-Alt-Del, which ultimately laid the blame on SAM, not on Control or the ISA operatives. So, I cannot imagine a scenario where there is an ideological battle between-

- Carter and Finch on surveillance, and that is a shame because in my opinion, that sort of clash is the only logical consequence of Carter’s characterization. Root criticized Finch for selling TM to “the most laughably corrupt people imaginable”, but it is not a political criticism, because Root’s characterization does not lend itself to the political questions as easily as it does to the challenging of ethical conventions. That sort of political challenge could be brought about only -

- with someone like Carter, and since the show was not interested in this political challenge on the surveillance state, it ended up being a lost opportunity.

Ah I love this ask so much! I completely agree that the show glosses over the ramifications of the govt owning a machine that spies on people everywhere and collects all sorts of confidential data about them, and hence misses some great opportunities to have debates of a different flavour than what we got. There are two different issues that Harold faced while building TM – the first had to do with the state of TM itself and its identity as a being, and the second is the question of whether such a machine should exist in the first place. 

Root takes care of the first aspect of course, but the issue of the right to privacy is only tangentially tackled on the show. We had Nathan kinda handwave in a line about how TM had to be a black box because if no one saw what it saw then technically no one’s fourth amendment rights would be violated (Super, 1x11), Harold briefly mentioned that the public wanted to be protected but didn’t want to know how (Pilot, 1x01), and then the most we delved into the issues of privacy was with Collier in s3, but like you said, Collier was ultimately set up as a patsy for Decima, which muddied their legitimate concerns a little. Vigilance was also a third party that didn’t fully get the time to actually debate this issue with Harold, and they devolved into an extremist group towards the end. 

Now Shaw and Reese don’t care much about either the ethics of TM as a being or the whole invasion of privacy thing, Root is firmly attached to the former and has no credibility or motivation whatsoever when it comes to arguing about the latter, but Carter is the personification of how the average American citizen might’ve reacted to TM. She also has a much more personal connection to both us and Harold as compared to Collier, her word holds more weight, and above all it makes sense for her as a character to react this way when she figured out that something like TM existed in the world and what it was doing. 

So yes, Carter would’ve been the perfect vehicle through which they could’ve explored TM and the invasion of rights it represents. And of course, it would also have helped lend credibility to Collier’s argument against Control and the ISA during the court scenes in Deus Ex Machina, because I do feel like they weren’t strict/interested enough in casting Control and the ISA’s role in the surveillance state in a negative light. And sure Harold was hauled up to the stand to be questioned about his part in helping create the surveillance state, but by that time it was clear that Vigilance wasn’t going to allow this to be a reasonable debate between the two sides. If they had really wanted to explore this issue, then they needed someone like Carter to seriously express a POV in an extended arc about it. 

Also, it would’ve been marvelous to see her personality and beliefs clashing with Harold’s, because Carter is someone who genuinely believes in the law and in the system, whereas Harold has the utmost contempt for all forms of authority. Imagine Carter’s horror when she discovers that her own govt – the govt that she works for and has devoted her life to – has been involved in this massive breach of citizen’s rights. And then we have Carter’s “you can’t just play god” (Get Carter, 1x09) contrasting with Harold’s “I was talking about my rules” (The Day The World Went Away, 5x10). All of this would lend itself beautifully to actually exploring the idea of TM in relation to the surveillance state through debates between Carter and Harold, with Carter being outraged at her rights being violated and Harold essentially being all *shruggie guy*.

I’m just so mad that they had Carter guess (GUESS) about TM and then, to add insult to injury, had her be all *shruggie guy* like NO. That is most definitely not how she would’ve reacted to an omniscient AI watching over her every move. I’d much rather she not have know about TM at all, than had the completely unearned and OOC reaction they gave her in The Crossing. 

Tony Stark/Iron Man - You Look So Familiar - Part 3

Originally posted by kolyafarrell

Series Summary: Tony runs into a 14-year-old girl outside of a coffee shop and spills his coffee. When she freaks out and tries to run away, he stops her and asks her if she’s okay and notices that she looks very familiar. He takes her back to the tower to get cleaned up and Natasha points out that she looks just like him. So, Tony tests her DNA and finds out she’s his.

Part Summary: Peter and Y/N talk about how Peter came to be the friendly neighborhood hero known as Spider-Man. They have their first date and go around the city. Tony gets a phone call that rocks his world.

Pairings: Tony x Daughter!Reader, Peter x Fem!Reader

Characters: Fem!Reader, Tony Stark, Peter Parker, Bruce Banner, Harold “Happy” Hogan, Liz Allan, Michelle, Ned Leeds. May Parker, Steve Rogers, Bucky Barnes, Natasha Romanoff, Wanda Maximoff, Vision, Sam Wilson, Thor Odinson, Clint Barton, James “Rhodey” Rhodes, Scott Lang, T'Challa (Mentioned)

A/N: Thank you to @mo320 and @molethemollie for being my betas!

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Okay but Peter 10000% got pissed off at Egon and Ray for turning the firehouse into a blanket fort after he specifically told them not to because he wanted to bring a girl back there after their date

As he walks in, he angrily rips a Hello Kitty Blanket off the wall and apologizes to the girl who simply rolls her eyes and awkwardly states that she needs to be home soon anyway. She leaves and now Peter is furious, ripping down blankets in attempts to find Ray and Egon.

He eventually finds then upstairs in the most elaborate set up of blankets imaginable. He enters the little hideout to find Ray with a bowl of Cheezits sitting two inches away from the TV screen. Egon is next to him too going on and on about how it’s scientifically impossible that a killer doll could come to life without any biological tampering and Ray just nods in agreement as he shoves more cheezits into his mouth.

“What the hell is going on here?!?” Peter turns off the TV and asks.

“Hey we were watching that!” Ray looks genuinely hurt at Peter.

“I mean jesuschrist Peter, it’s a twilight zone marathon! We were only 15 episodes in,” Egon remarks as Ray nods in agreement.

Peter rolls his eyes and crawls into the fort sitting next to Ray in a crisscross applesauce fashion, “alright so which episode are we on?”

Ray launches into a very detailed description of the episode with Egon Interrupting ever so often to give his scientific commentary. The three of them continue to watch the marathon until Ray falls asleep at around 1 am.

It was a good night