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tehnakki replied to your photo “Look at all the little Tokidoki figures I got in the mail today! It…”
So cute!!! I want *grabby hands*
The seller I bought them off has more, if you’re interested!
I like Widow’s hair. That is fab.
It’s so action-y! Widow and her hair got me about 70% sold on the set, and then I saw Falcon and his awesome wings and I knew I had to have it!
blithers replied to your photo “Look at all the little Tokidoki figures I got in the mail today! It…”
Slings & Arrows!!!!!!!!!
It’s one of my most prized boxsets! I’ve watched the show through at least three times (which is unusual for me, since I generally don’t rewatch things).
Please click to view these spectacular images. Recently, the New York City Department of Records released a collection of over 800,000 images from its Municipal Archives detailing daily life all the way back to the mid-1800s.
See the source article. (warning: contains some gruesome images)
On a related note, I’ve included a sample from the collection that dates specifically to the time when Steve Rogers lived in New York so that you can enjoy the rare image of what life might have looked like not just for a growing Captain America, but for the millions who actually lived it. Captions include dates and descriptions.
THIS POST IS LITERALLY MY FUCKING CHILDHOOD! BRING BACK POGS!!!
P…P… Pentel pastel gel pens…
I may just start crying T___T
Look at all the little Tokidoki figures I got in the mail today! It cost me a bout $20 for the set and I mostly bought it because it has Widow AND Falcon. <3
(This isn’t great picture, I know. My camera battery ran out after I took it.)
New Wholesale District and World Building, 1910s
Opened in 1912, the World Tower was built for LD Taylor, owner of the Vancouver World newspaper, and replaced the nearby Dominion Building as the tallest building in the British Empire. It’s not visible in this picture, but the building originally had a globe on top. The Vancouver Sun newspaper took over the building in 1937 after its own building on the other side of Pender Street burned down, and this has been known as the Sun Tower ever since. The Sun had already absorbed the World newspaper years earlier.
Source: Ebay, via jmv’s facebook page
this makes me laugh so hard for some reason
Cary Grant walking his Siamese cat in Beverly Hills, 1955. Photo by Sanford Roth.