Words cannot even begin to describe how proud I am of Walt and how much I admire him. Walt didn’t just create a theme park and drew some characters: he shaped America, he introduced new technology that even NASA acknowledged as well as accredited him, he inspires people to believe, he did the unthinkable—many, many times, and this was only a piece of what this genius has done. I miss Walt even though I’ve never met him. Thank you, Walt, for leaving behind a legacy.
a list of reasons i would be the worst girlfriend ever
- extremely ticklish
- runs away from feelings
- also problems
- bad communicator
- awkward and shy around people i like
- refuses to make plans ever
- sarcastic asshole
Can you imagine Fred’s face when he’s in heaven and realizes that Prongs is Harry’s dad?
“THE LITTLE SHIT NEVER TOLD ME THIS.”
Finally a post about Fred’s death that made me genuinely smile^^
Also, Lupin. His goddamn teacher was Mooney the whole time. Oh, and Wormtail was the family rat. So yeah, Harry’s going to get such an earful after he actually dies.
A whole world of ear related humor and you go with earful?
There’s a secret branch of the New York Public Library in the subway.
The 51st Street 6 line subway station is home to the Terence Cardinal Cooke-Cathedral branch of the New York Public Library. Librarians at the location report that they’re usually visited by the same partons, frequent commuters who are looking for something to read during their daily train ride. Like all New York librarians, though, they’re happy to answer research questions — usually about how to work the Metrocard machine. The library is currently closed for repairs, but you can visit it when it reopens in September if you need a good book for your ride home … or need to figure out how to get home.
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KINGDOM COME #4 (Aug. 1996)
Art by Alex Ross
Words by Mark Waid