There’s going to be a sequel to GotG and I can’t contain my excitement.
Like, I squealed so loudly that it could probably be heard throughout my giant house.
What if Iron Man is in it? Or!!! Captain Marvel!?
Or BOTH OF THEM
This week is going to go by so slowly. I need GotG right now right now.
And then we can totally skip ahead to 2017.
Then this happened.
reblog if you have golfed less than 0 times your entire life
Arthur stared at her blushing and acting generally..well nervous. “Well I….uh…I..I’d be happy to!” He rocked back and forth. “Does my smile really make me look more attractive?” He mumbled to himself. He snapped back to attention when she spoke. “H..Huh?” Umm…no…I don’t…heh.”
"Awesome! Y’know, I think we could be pretty good friends." She leaned against the wall and pulled out her phone. Arthur didn’t know of a nearby ice cream shop, but that problem could easily be fixed. Amy loved technology.
"I kinda miss that whole thing where pharmacies used to have soda shops right in ‘em," Amy said while she typed into her phone. "Made things way easier. Pharmacies are all over the place. Ah! Okay, there’s an ice cream place like five blocks away!"
July 26, 1948: President Harry Truman Signs Executive Order 9981
On this day in 1948, President Truman issued an executive order abolishing racial segregation in all branches of the armed forces and establishing the President’s Committee on Equality of Treatment and Opportunity in the Armed Services. This major piece of legislation was a welcome victory for the African American soldiers’ “Double V” campaign, in which they fought both WWII abroad and racism at home.
Photo: The Chicago Defender announces Executive Order 9981. Library of Congress Exhibition
(Okay, I’ve seen stuff with like, grunge America during the early 90s.
And there’s the whole obsession with punk!England from the late seventies and into the 90s
Riot grrrl fem!America right around the same time.
Thank you. Continue scrolling.)