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Lois and Clark: TNAoS Memories | Teri Hatcher & Dean Cain:
↳ “We had some great chemistry on-screen…” - Dean Cain [x]

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Dean, you DO realize this was why tere were so many rumors of a relationship between you two during the run of the show (whether or not those are true are not is moot IMO).

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chirotus:

constant-instigator:

ermefinedining:

This map should be included in every history book.

Oh wow! I’ve been wanting this for ages!

This needs to be in every history book along with a map showing where those nations have been pushed to now.

I remember having this and I really liked it.  

chirotus:

constant-instigator:

ermefinedining:

This map should be included in every history book.

Oh wow! I’ve been wanting this for ages!

This needs to be in every history book along with a map showing where those nations have been pushed to now.

I remember having this and I really liked it.  

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Happy 18th Wedding Anniversary, Lois and Clark!

I love that you have both the attempted proposal (by Clark) and the actual proposal from Lois from “Lois and Clark!”

(Source: fyeahsupermanandloislane, via lois-clark-tnaos)

the-fisher-queen:

ghostruto:

if you are under 18:

  • your nudes are child pornography 
  • people you send them to can be charged with possession of child pornography
  • you can be charged with distribution of child pornography 
  • don’t take nudes

This is not about body shaming, this is not about ‘telling you what to do with your sexuality’ this is literally a federal crime don’t fuck with the law okay.

I WILL be teaching my sons this (when they are old enough, they’re 2 and 1 right now so I truly do have time).  I’ll be telling them to delete it asaap if they receive it and tell whoever it is NEVER to send it them that kind of stuff again.  Whether it is a female interested in them or another guy “passing around” someone’s image without permission the rules are the same.  Don’t take them, don’t share them, don’t accept them.

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the struggle is real…

Motherhood in a nutshell.  

Let me tell you a story about my husband.  Yesterday my one year old was being clingy and pointed to the kitchen (presumably because he was hungry), so we headed through the little gate that blocks all but a corridor (to prevent a child from getting in when dangerous things are going on, like opening a hot oven or stove).  At that same moment my husband was about to go through the kitchen.  My “Wise Lion” (nickname for my one year old) points at the grapes (sitting on the edge of the counter closest to the gate.)  My husband just stands there like a bump on a log while I fumble trying to open the ziplocked bag of grapes one-handed with my child clinging to my other arm.  I give him a look saying “are you going to help me or not?” and he said, “Why did you just give me that look??”  

Guys, I know the women’s lib movement helped to make it less necessary to HAVE to open a door for a woman but there’s times when a little common courtesy and support is nice. 

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There are important Superman stories to be told in response to Ferguson, however, precisely because where the Man of Steel might fail, a mild mannered reporter can succeed. When some of our superheroes are billionaires and playboys, the 1% so to speak, we can realize the significance of secret identities with journalistic day jobs (in Ferguson, Lois Lane, Vicki Vale and Iris West might be more useful than their respective heroes). Superman is unique in this respect because as a bulletproof journalist from a small town, Clark Kent is able to report the events, critique injustice and expose the untruths of a complex situation like Ferguson. If comics are to consider the militarization of police, systemic racism and growing inequality in America (and they bloody well should), then perhaps we don’t just need superheroes as much as we need journalists. Perhaps we need stories of small town USA torn apart, writ large enough in mythic metaphor so that our favorite ubermensch can fight for justice, yet also real enough that a reporter for a major metropolitan newspaper can tell us the tragic truths we so often need to know. This isn’t just a job for Superman.

This looks like a job for Clark Kent.

Anthony Castle, “Truth, Justice and Ferguson.”  (via lyrafay)

Yes, Yes, a THOUSAND TIMES YES!!

This has been my thought too, with the situation in Iraq and Syria and Egypt.

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HAPPY ANNIVERSARY, SUPERMAN AND LOIS LANE! 
Something old. Something new. Something borrowed. Something blue. [1/4]

(Source: fyeahsupermanandloislane, via baudyhallee)

cloisismyfairytale:

gwendabond rocking the Q&A section, and totally getting the epic pure love that is Lois and Clark/Superman

cloisismyfairytale:

gwendabond rocking the Q&A section, and totally getting the epic pure love that is Lois and Clark/Superman

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mysoulhasgrowndeep-liketherivers:

thepoliticalfreakshow:

BREAKING: Here’s the tweet that could lead to a new grand jury in Ferguson, MO. 
#Ferguson: @shaunking took screenshot of tweeter @thesusannichols who claims to know juror on #MikeBrown #DarrenWilson grand jury & appears to be receiving leaked information. King says that within seconds of posting this, her friends told her to delete it & she did but not before it was screenshotted. She has since deleted her entire account but King says they checked & she is indeed a #STL resident w/ years’ worth of tweets from there. “If true, her tweet not only reveals a leak in the grand jury, but gives us an ugly glimpse into how things have gone so far. This person who posted it on twitter & her contact on the grand jury must be fully & completely investigated & removed if it’s true.”-@shaunking

Y’all better reblog the fuck outta this post it on facebook, twitter, IG, myspace, friendster, everything get this information out

Yep, I think this counts as both a leak and tainting the jury.

mysoulhasgrowndeep-liketherivers:

thepoliticalfreakshow:

BREAKING: Here’s the tweet that could lead to a new grand jury in Ferguson, MO. 

#Ferguson@shaunking took screenshot of tweeter @thesusannichols who claims to know juror on #MikeBrown #DarrenWilson grand jury & appears to be receiving leaked information. King says that within seconds of posting this, her friends told her to delete it & she did but not before it was screenshotted. She has since deleted her entire account but King says they checked & she is indeed a #STL resident w/ years’ worth of tweets from there. “If true, her tweet not only reveals a leak in the grand jury, but gives us an ugly glimpse into how things have gone so far. This person who posted it on twitter & her contact on the grand jury must be fully & completely investigated & removed if it’s true.”-@shaunking

Y’all better reblog the fuck outta this post it on facebook, twitter, IG, myspace, friendster, everything get this information out

Yep, I think this counts as both a leak and tainting the jury.

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In the technical sense, there is some truth to that statement.  In the past (think up until the 1900s) it was often a contract between individuals and their respective families.  Love had very little to do with it.  To be sure, love was the ideal, but it was often believed that you GREW into being in love rather than just loving and having that love grow.  It was more about creating economic advantages for both the current (through finding an ideal monetary mate) and future generations (through teaching them to get good jobs and be able to support their parents.)  In a world where (often, not always, but often) both individuals have to have a job to support a good household, that dynamic has completely shifted.  
Is marriage better for having romance being an integral part of it?  I think so.  I do think the friend/family support structure is kind of important to maintaining it, though.

In the technical sense, there is some truth to that statement.  In the past (think up until the 1900s) it was often a contract between individuals and their respective families.  Love had very little to do with it.  To be sure, love was the ideal, but it was often believed that you GREW into being in love rather than just loving and having that love grow.  It was more about creating economic advantages for both the current (through finding an ideal monetary mate) and future generations (through teaching them to get good jobs and be able to support their parents.)  In a world where (often, not always, but often) both individuals have to have a job to support a good household, that dynamic has completely shifted.  

Is marriage better for having romance being an integral part of it?  I think so.  I do think the friend/family support structure is kind of important to maintaining it, though.

(Source: thedrtomm, via beardmanly)