yahoo contributor

im being completely serious though so lend me your ear *sets down suitcase and pulls some papers out*

1: hes named for drew davenport, very frequent yahoo answers contributor, drew davenport, as said by the mcelroys, is an extremely powerful being, so why wouldnt taz davenport be the same as well?

2: it would be the absolute biggest zag to have davenport be evil, like an evil red robe, thats where my theory lies, it would be boring for say the director to be evil, bad writing, but DAVENPORT…

3: im fairly certain the birds in maureens prophecy refer to the red robes, im still not sure how barry bluejeans fits into them, but davenport would cleanly fit into the role of “the wordless one” as he only ever says his own name

4: the director said that the tres horny boys are the only people ever to be able to resist the thrall of the relics, this is obviously because theyre red robes, HOWEVER!!! davenport is also capable of doing this: he is able to hold relics and look at them and not succumb to the thrall, which, as we know, is a red robe trait

thank you for your time *picks up my suitcase and leaves*

Winter Haiku for Yahoo!

by Jonas Polsky

My first assignment as a Yahoo! contributor was “winter haiku.” Here is my submission.

Christmas time is here
Cozy fires and hot cocoa
Lots of suicides

A child’s nagging cough
Daddy, where are the presents?
Wall Street bonuses

It’s Christmas morning
The medication ran out
Dead rat in a box

Creepy mall Santa
Registered sex offender
Was he drug tested?

An empty stocking
Found a note by the egg nog
Parents hung themselves

Black Widow and Hawkeye get together in Avengers 2?
Johansson and Renner could get a lot closer in Age of Ultron

By Ryan Leston | Yahoo Contributor Network – Wed, Apr 9, 2014 12:42 BST

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Yahoo UK Movies News - Jeremy Renner and Scarlett Johansson as Hawkeye and Black Widow in The Avengers (Credit: Marvel)
Eagled-eyed viewers have spotted Black Widow’s rather sweet tribute to Hawkeye in ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’, and the directors think we may finally see them get a bit closer in 'Avengers: Age of Ultron’?.
[Marvel films planned up until 2028?]
During an interview with the Empire Film Podcast, directing brothers Anthony and Joe Russo confirmed that Black Widow’s arrow necklace (as worn throughout 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier’) is a reference to Jeremy Renner’s Hawkeye and it’s there for good reason.

Close up… You can can clearly see the Arrow necklace in this blown up pic (Credit: Marvel)
“Honestly it was a choice that Scarlett made as a character,” they said. “And… her relationship with Hawkeye will become very clear in Avengers 2.”
Obviously, this shows a very deep connection between Black Widow and Hawkeye and it seems this is going to be explored further in the 'Avengers’ sequel. But does this mean that the two S.H.I.E.L.D. agents are in a relationship? Surely it’s not official until it’s on Facebook.
“I think that may have been my little nod to Mr. Jeremy Renner’s Hawkeye,” said Scarlett Johansson in an interview with Rotten Tomatoes. “I guess you could interpret it in different ways but we thought it would be nice to have something that was a little bit personal for the Widow. You kind of forget, because she’s such a badass, you kind of forget that she’s still a woman and that she has her interpersonal relationships in life outside of work.”
[Captain America 3 in Batman/Superman face off]
Of course, it looks as though we’ll have to wait until 'Avengers: Age of Ultron’ to find out more. But it’s been clear since 'Avengers Assemble’ that there’s more than meets the eye when it comes to Black Widow and Hawkeye’s relationship.
Whether or not they go public is another matter entirely. But her necklace certainly hints that it’s more than just friendship.