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“Fourteen previous Marvel films have seen a number of huge superhero battles leave a ton of destruction in their wake, and Adrian Toomes (Keaton) is a blue-collar sort who runs a New York salvaging company that cleans up after these messes. However, he becomes irked when after one altercation, a new government organization, founded by A-list businessman Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.), steps in to take over.

Toomes “has a bone to pick” with Iron Man’s high-profile alter ego, says co-producer Eric Hauserman Carroll, and “sort of becomes the dark Tony Stark”: He and his crew — including the Shocker (Bokeem Woodbine) and the Tinkerer (Michael Chernus) — use scavenged alien artifacts and stolen advanced tech to put together amazing weaponry to sell to other criminals. “He thinks once he has this money and power, he’ll have more control of his life,” Carroll adds. However, it doesn’t take too long before they get on the radar of their friendly neighborhood Spider-Man (Tom Holland).“

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Really, though, this is an interesting concept. It makes sense because Peter hadn’t really done anything yet to cause a bad guy to want to come after him, but because he feels close to Tony and because Toomes is going to be endangering innocent people, it gives a reason for Peter to get involved, so he can protect the civilians and so he can protect Tony.

How beautiful would it be if Peter ending up saving Tony??? I would live for that, that is beautiful. As long as I get one scene with Iron Man and Spider-Man teaming up to fight together I’ll be happy.

I can see how this will make the antis loose their minds and I’m sure they’ll find a way to use this to try and make Tony the Ultimate MCU Villain™ even though from the sound of it he wasn’t doing anything and was just doing some good in the city, however, I’m so excited by this I cannot bring myself to care anymore. I just don’t want to have it popping up on my dash again, I don’t go looking for it lol

I also unfollow or block the antis, especially the ones who feel the need to message me with all the ways they have been aggrieved by "Supreme Evil Overlord™” Tony Stark. Like??? Let me like what I like?? And live my life?? I didn’t ask for input?? Anyway lol

Yeah, this makes me so much more excited than I already was, I didn’t think that was possible.

Fourteen previous Marvel films have seen a number of huge superhero battles leave a ton of destruction in their wake, and Adrian Toomes (Keaton) is a blue-collar sort who runs a New York salvaging company that cleans up after these messes. However, he becomes irked when after one altercation, a new government organization, founded by A-list businessman Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.), steps in to take over.

Toomes “has a bone to pick” with Iron Man’s high-profile alter ego, says co-producer Eric Hauserman Carroll, and “sort of becomes the dark Tony Stark”: He and his crew — including the Shocker (Bokeem Woodbine) and the Tinkerer (Michael Chernus) — use scavenged alien artifacts and stolen advanced tech to put together amazing weaponry to sell to other criminals. “He thinks once he has this money and power, he’ll have more control of his life,” Carroll adds. However, it doesn’t take too long before they get on the radar of their friendly neighborhood Spider-Man (Tom Holland)

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Spiderman: Homecoming Synopsis

This is probably the most practical villain in the entire MCU.

Okay but imagine a punk Aphrodite, all tight, black leather jeans, white jack Daniels shirt and leather jacket with pastel pink hair flowing down her back.


Activist Artemis running a shelter for abused women, contacting her sister Athena for support with legal battles.

Hera running a boarding school for young girls, teaching them everything from economics to ancient literature.

Demeter running a success agriculture company with a daughter who ran away to be with a tattooed, young Hades

Sneak peek: Michael Keaton a flying fiend as everyman ‘Spider-Man’ villain

He might have a cool name but Michael Keaton’s bad guy in Spider-Man: Homecoming (in theaters July 7) differs from the likes of Avengers villains Loki and Thanos in one important sense: He’s an everyman.

“My whole approach for this movie is that we’ve seen the penthouse level of the (Marvel) universe,” says director Jon Watts (Cop Car). “We’ve seen what it’s like to be a billionaire inventor and to be a Norse god. We’ve seen the very top of this world. But we’ve never seen what it’s like to be just a regular joe.”

Fourteen previous Marvel films have seen a number of huge superhero battles leave a ton of destruction in their wake, and Adrian Toomes (Keaton) is a blue-collar sort who runs a New York salvaging company that cleans up after these messes. However, he becomes irked when after one altercation, a new government organization, founded by A-list businessman Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.), steps in to take over.

Toomes “has a bone to pick” with Iron Man’s high-profile alter ego, says co-producer Eric Hauserman Carroll, and “sort of becomes the dark Tony Stark”: He and his crew — including the Shocker (Bokeem Woodbine) and the Tinkerer (Michael Chernus) — use scavenged alien artifacts and stolen advanced tech to put together amazing weaponry to sell to other criminals. “He thinks once he has this money and power, he’ll have more control of his life,” Carroll adds. However, it doesn’t take too long before they get on the radar of their friendly neighborhood Spider-Man (Tom Holland).

“Some people see themselves as victims — he sees himself a little bit like that,” Keaton says of Toomes. “He probably would have a strong argument that he never got a fair shot — a lot of ‘Why not me? Where’s mine?’ ”

“I like the idea that in these huge movies, you pick out one extra and you’re like, ‘What does he think of all this?’ ” Watts says. “Sometimes these movies are so casual about just destroying whole cities and incredible things happen and everyone’s like, ‘Eh, whatever.’ If that really happened, it would be amazing and change everything.”Plus, with his new baddie Watts gets to use “this neat junk from all the other movies,” he says. “It’s a really great starting point for the villains to have the Vulture picking over the stuff and finding the valuable exotic elements and having the Tinkerer assemble into something that could be used.”The Marvel Cinematic Universe is a place “where you can be a villain and a real person, too,” Watts says. “Being a supervillain isn’t necessarily your full-time job.”

Tip #3: All or nothing.

For an entrepreneur, especially solo entrepreneurs, it’s not possible to have other priorities while working on your businesses.

At least, that’s how things are. The only way things can work is if everything, every aspects of your life can align to fit the business. Whether this is relationships or hobbies.

So for example, if you have a relationship,  you have to make sure the relationship is helping your business. And if you pursue a hobby,  you have to clearly evaluate whether it’s empowering you or making you feel like you’re constantly working really hard to pursue this life balance thing that people call.

In reality, people in business can not have a life balance especially people who run their own stuff.

At least, that’s how I think it works with entrepreneurship. What are your thoughts?

However, it goes with anything in life, you have to go all in or not at all. They say the most dangerous people are those who are super good at one thing.

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How do we get her back?

Celegorm is the child that holds ducklings in his pockets, the son who shoos the chickens out of his mother’s kitchen before she has the chance to cleave their heads off for supper, and will instead place mounds of vegetation on the table for all to eat.  

He is the hunter who runs ahead of his company just so he can warn the deer that his cousin and brother are hot on his trail, ready to strike the defenseless creatures dead.

He is a scavenger, waiting for a wolf to make his kill for him, refusing to hunt an animal who he has spoken to in the past.  And if he ever does harm one, it will be to speed up its impending doom.

He is a child of Orome—though some would say Nessa—for he loathes to kill and would rather be present in nature.

His time in Nargothrond is spent fashioning crowns of flowers together and laying in the grass,  silent while his brother manipulates Finrod. Or speaking to the birds about the changing of weather, or even the ants about the dry soil.

He is silent as  a child, and even more so as an adult—accent strange and alien due to his lack of speaking in the rare times in which he talks.

He is not fair like the others, not like an elf.  He is fair like a flower, like a tree. Old and ancient, beautiful and mysterious. One with nature.

This is the Celegorm that is scuffed out by history, the one demonized by the Sindar of Doriath. This is the child of the woods and friends of beast. This is the son of Feanor who spoke little to elves, but multitudes to the animals.

This is Celegorm the Fair.              


and here is my contribution to feanorian week in the form of a headcanon, aka one of the quickest things I’ve ever written.

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I don’t know, I feel like I’m not living up to my potential. I went to work for Cat Grant because I thought working in a media company run by a powerful woman who actually shapes the way people think would be the way that I could make a difference. But, instead, I just fetch layouts and coffee.

One of my favourite things about Big Finish is how they lay the smackdown on people questioning characters’ intelligence. Like —

“But would Peri really have read À la recherche du temps perdu?”

Yes. 

“But would the First Doctor really care about women’s suffrage?”

Yes.

“But would Steven really be cool with a dude who’s gay?”

Yes. 

“But would Tegan really run a company?”

Yes. 

“But would giant insects really have lesbian weddings?”

Yes. 

I ship Draco and Luna.

Imagine Draco wandering the halls of Hogwarts late night because he can’t sleep and he’d damn well rather be walking than just laying there staring at a blank ceiling with nothing but his thoughts to keep him company. And he runs into Luna, who doesn’t even try to hide the fact that she’s out of bed at night because no one ever really pays her any attention anyway. She’s barefoot and in cute muggle pj’s with candies on them and her hair is up in a messy bun with loose strands falling behind her ears. Anyway, Draco tries to wait behind a statue until she passes, but she stops right in front of the statue and stares at it. Doesn’t say a word. Just admires the beauty etched in stone and the way the moonlight filters through the stained glass window in between puffs of clouds in the night sky to illuminate the figure in front of her. She’d probably take a good five or ten minutes, just staring in silence. Draco would feel his impatience growing but wouldn’t move a muscle because really, who wants to talk to crazy buns staring at a fucking stone statue in the middle of the night? And he really has no room to talk because his ass is stuck behind said statue until she moves. But she doesn’t move, that’s the thing, and it’s driving him fucking nuts waiting for her to walk away. Finally, she turns away, doesn’t walk off, but says in a quiet and humble voice, “You’ll never be able to sleep with all those wrackspurts in your ear, Draco. You should try warm tea.” And walks off, leaving Draco irritated that despite his best efforts to hide, she knew he was there all along. He huffs off back to the dungeons and is so irritated he scoffs her off, but makes hot tea anyway because it’s the middle of the night and he still can’t sleep and now he’s just pissed. But when he sits on common room sofa and drinks his tea, he starts to calm down, the sofa feels warmer and softer, and he scoots further down into it. He’s so preoccupied with loony bits that he’s momentarily forgotten why he was stressed out in the first place. He thinks of just how crazy she might be, and dozes off right in the lounge. When he wakes the next day the first thing he’d see was his empty tea cup, and he’d call it a coincidence but also entertain the idea that maybe, just maybe, there was more to her than meets the eye. he’d silently thank the girl in his head for her advice. And that’s how it’d start.

at all the people hating on the patriots and their fanbase for politics what’s the point it’s a game and what some of the players think doesn’t reflect what their fans think and if you want look at Martellus Bennett who makes a lot of anti-trump noise and runs a company for kids and promoting diversity 

you can’t lump a whole team and their fanbase together especially considering mass is one of the most progressive states in the country

Acknowledge

Summary: Dan has been working at Lester Global Inc for two weeks now. His co-worker Louise is absolutely sure that their boss has a massive crush on the newest employee, but Dan has trouble acknowledging it. Contains pastel!Dan + rich and successful Phil. 


Dan had been working at Lester Global Inc. for around two weeks now. As far as jobs went, it was actually quite nice, especially since Dan hadn’t even finished college. He still had a pretty nice paycheck, at least high enough to keep him living comfortably in his London flat. Originally Dan had been hired to be one of the secretaries at the second highest floor who answered and directed phone calls and filed things. Recently he had been doing slightly different tasks requested directly by his boss, Mr. Lester.

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detriex  asked:

people can call you selfish, but honestly that's the only way to get anywhere in this world. You've done well for yourself despite adversity and in many ways that's admirable

Awww, thanks! 

You can have a coupon.

SEE?! THIS IS SOMEONE WHO CAN APPRECIATE THE HARD WORK AND DEDICATION IT TAKES TO RUN THIS COMPANY. INSTEAD OF TRYING TO GUILT ME FOR NOTHING, YOU ALL SHOULD TRY AND BE MORE LIKE HER.

thankful for the men who work hard to provide for their families, who intentionally walk on the street-side of the sidewalk while he’s walking with someone, and will be more patient than asked of him. the men who work with their hands and the ones who run their own companies. the ones who are assertive, but not aggressive. the ones that build others up and help them to feel capable. thankful for the men who’ve walked me to my car for no other reason than to make sure i’m protected and safe if a situation were to arise, and for the men who don’t doubt that i can take care of myself if needed. thankful for the men who are honest, upfront, and continually strive for betterment in this life. for the men who are good and humble, and genuinely expect nothing in return. thankful for the men who are attentive to the existence and needs of those around them.