Thor: *signs any and every legal document with a glitter gel pen*
Steve Rogers may have America’s ass but Dick Grayson has the universe’s ass
tony who just shaved his beard off because he’s “trying something new”: *crying*
harley: why is tony crying?
The US hasn’t had much success building mechanized battle suits that move quickly and stop bullets, but Hollywood has been dreaming up these concepts for years. Don’t they already know a thing or two about designing high-tech armor? Apparently, the US military thinks so – it’s enlisting the help of Legacy Effects, which has built suits for Iron Man and RoboCop, to shape its TALOS (Tactical Assault Light Operator Suit) project. The company is both designing and 3D printing prototype pieces that will give a feel for what the armor is like in the real world.Read more
Tony: The stars are beautiful tonight
Tony: You know what else is beautiful?
Stephen: *blushing* what?
Tony: The knowledge that one day we will finally get to embrace death
Tony: I can’t wait :)
Today on In Case You Missed It: Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley discovered that an insect called the caddisfly spins strong, stretchy silk that works like a biological sticky tape. The caddisfly uses it to attach stones to its body to protect it underwater; humans are more interested in the fact that the waterproof adhesive might have medical applications. The publication Deep Look made a great video of the bug’s underwater life that’s worth a full watch if you’re interested. Read more
how is it that robert downey jr gets more attractive as he gets older?
like yes he is a fine specimen
but you know whos even finer?
Us: haha Peter Parker should have two dads
Marvel: How about two uncles?
Us: haha oka-wait a minute
I feel like it’s been 10 years since 4 years ago …
Timex said that REI would get its Global Trainer GPS watch first when it announced it way back in January, and it looks like it’s now finally available both in REI stores and at REI.com – albeit a bit later than the originally promised May launch date. That includes both the standalone watch and the bundle with a heart rate monitor, which will set you back $275 and $325, respectively. As for the watch itself, it seems to stack up pretty well against the likes of Garmin’s Forerunner GPS watches – complete with SIRFstar III GPS, water resistance to 50m, ANT+ compatibility, and training software for both PC and Mac – and it does so while looking considerably more watch-like. Look for it to launch at other retailers globally this September.
Tony: I had a horrible dream last night
Stephen: What was it about?
Tony: We got married in it, what a nightmare.
Stephen: We’ve been married for 2 years - fuck you, you’re sleeping on the couch today.
@starkerweek July 18th
So fluffy it hurts!
Only a Drabble because I have… no spoons… today….
Peter quietly slipped on his socks and slid around the compound, right into Tony’s arms.
Tony picked him up, spun him around, and peppered smushy kisses all over Peter’s face before lifting him up by the butt, Peter’s legs wrapped around his waist, and carried him to the couch.
They love movie nights.
someone, anyone, if you’re out there and listening, i have a request.
if you do Marvel edits, could you please do one of Tony and Steve’s fight (and that part of Endgame) with the song “Civil War” by Russ as the background music?
i’m sorry for being so abrupt and demanding (i have never asked for something like this) but i just found this song and the first four lines just reminded me of the actual movie “Captain America: Civil War” and i needed to broadcast this message.
i have no clue if it already exists (if it does someone PLEASE help me find it) but i’ve seen such talented people in this fandom that can do AMAZING edits and i just really want, you know?
so, i hope this message can be reached to a willing person, and thank you for coming to my Ted Talk. there will be many tags for this post, and with good reason.
Running has changed quite a bit as an activity over the last decade or so. Moisture-wicking (or “technical”) clothing has become commonplace, portable media players are small and light enough to not be a hinderance, and GPS watches and other gadgets have emerged on the scene and rapidly come down in price. While some may think those devices are reserved for only the most serious runners, they can actually be a great tool for those just starting out as well.
One of the latest such gadgets is Timex’s Ironman Global Trainer, the company’s first true GPS sports watch (previous models relied on a separate GPS module), and one of the few rivals to Garmin’s well-established Forerunner line. How does it stack up? Timex kindly let us put the watch through its paces so we could find out. Read on for our review. %Gallery-99551%
Have a Tony Stark Pink wallpaper!
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