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cap 2 just solidifies this post

And let’s all note that Cap feels the same confidence in Natasha that Coulson does.

He doesn’t try to talk her out of this “plan.” That “You sure about this?” is a question he’d ask anyone — male, female, human, or something-that-calls-itself-a-god-but-maybe-not.

And when she says yes, he just goes with it. No hesitation. She’s female and mortal and a plain ol’ human, and he just throws her up into the air, onto an alien sky-jet-ski-or-whatever, trusting that she knows what she’s doing.

And then he just watches her with a little bit of awe and appreciation.

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You were right. This is a place where horrible things happen. You were right to go. You’re probably escaping disaster…But, I figure this place has given me as much as it’s taken from me. I’ve lived here just as much as I’ve survived here. It just depends on how I look at it.

(Source: kevinmckidd, via everthehero)

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royalwatcher:

Princess Mako, a granddaughter of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko, graduated Wednesday from International Christian University in Tokyo.

"I enjoyed and will never forget the four years of my college life," the 22-year-old eldest daughter of Prince Akishino and Princess Kiko said in a written reply to questions from reporters.

Princess Mako majored in art and cultural heritage at ICU and was a member of the ski club. She also studied at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland for about nine months during her junior year.

On the subject of marriage, she said, “I just hope to marry not too late or too early.”  [x]

(26 March 2014)

(Source: misshonoriaglossop)