These are organized by the time period they start in, so Cap & Bucky starts the earliest in Bucky’s life, and it moves on from there. If anyone has any suggestions on something I should add, feel free to message me and I’ll see what I can do.
(I know a lot of us can’t really afford to spend money on comics,
but if you can, support the comic industry and buy a few.)
Captain America & Bucky
[ download 1-5 ]
[ download 1-12 ]
Captain America: Man out of Time
[ download 1-5 ]
Winter Soldier: The Bitter March
[ download 1-5 ]
[ download 1-19 + extra ]
All-New Invaders (ongoing)
[ download 1-8 ] [ 9 ] / issue 10 released on Sep. 24
I am going to print this out, laminate it, and keep it with my gloves and spade.
I don’t know what “perpetual spinach” is but sign me up!
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September 10, 2014 at 11:41pm
Release date: November 10, 2013 Scott O. Lilienfeld Sally Satel It seems like a wee…
So. I had no idea about this app until I went into my doctor and he told me about it.
LISTEN UP. THIS APP. THIS SHIT RIGHT HERE IS SERIOUSLY A BLESSING. ESPECIALLY TO ANYONE WITH FINANCIAL PROBLEMS (which is kind of everyone now). THIS IS NOT INSURANCE THOUGH. BUT IT WILL HELP YOU OUT. DOWNLOAD THIS APP RIGHT NOW. NO. STOP READING. DOWNLOAD IT.
This app allows you to input the prescription you have, select your dose, and then find a place near you (or your own pharmacy) with the cheapest price. Then you click “get code/coupon/discount card,” show that to the pharmacist, and THERE YOU GO. SAVING YOU SOME CASH TO GET YOURSELF A WELL DESERVED DRINK, CANDY BAR, DATE MONEY, SEX TOY CASH, OR GO BUY YOURSELF A HAMSTER AND NAME HIM STARLORD WITH THE EXTRA MONEY.
No, but in all seriousness. This app is saving my ass right now.
I’m Trans* and have Fibromyalgia, and this is really making a difference already. I hope this helps out other people. We all know it fucking sucks to have to pay this much for the medication we need to function in life.
this really helped me out when i didn’t have insurance. like, being able to spend only $8 on meds that normally would’ve cost me $100+ is incredible.
I recommend this everyday for my clients. You can use it for your pet’s medications as well!
it’s nice to be alive - to remind you of how nice it is to be alive
1. Obvious Bicycle Vampire Weekend
2. Plant Life Owl City
3. It’s Nice To Be Alive Ball Park Music
4. Valley Of The Dolls Marina & The Diamonds
5. Invincible Muse
6. Secret Door Arctic Monkeys
7. Swing LifeAway Rise Against
8. The (Shipped) Gold Standard Fall Out Boy
9. For Baltimore All Time Low
10. At Least I’m Not As Sad (As I Used To Be) Fun.
11. Let’s Dance To Joy Division The Wombats
12. Diane Young Vampire Weekend
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Permanent marker installations by Heike Weber.
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I just watched a kid break down in the bookstore because his books for the semester totaled $600 and that’s the american university system in a nutshell
I was on the verge of tears when I got to the cashier so yeah, that’s messed up
Go here and just, don’t waste any more money okay?
YES. I FOUND THE THING, IF ANYONE DOESN’T HAVE MONEY FOR COLLEGE TEXT BOOKS LIKE ME, THEN GO HERE OKAY?
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In a typical procedure, equal volumes of an 8.1% (w/v) solution of potassium ferricyanide and a 20% solution of ferric ammonium citrate are mixed. This mildly photosensitive solution is then applied to a receptive surface (such as paper or cloth) and allowed to dry in a dark place. Cyanotypes can be printed on any surface capable of soaking up the iron solution. Although watercolor paper is a preferred medium, cotton, wooland even gelatin sizing on nonporous surfaces have been used. Care should be taken to avoid alkaline-buffered papers, which degrade the image over time.
A positive image can be produced by exposing it to a source of ultraviolet light (such as sunlight) through a contact negative (which can be produced by any suitable means, e.g. a conventional photographic negative or a print on acetate film made using photo-processing software to invert a positive monochrome digital image). The UV light reduces the iron(III) to iron(II). This is followed by a complex reaction of the iron(II) complex with ferricyanide. The result is an insoluble, blue dye (ferric ferrocyanide) known as Prussian blue.
Exposure to ultraviolet light reduces the iron in the exposed, turning the paper a steel-grey-blue color. The extent of color change depends on the amount of UV light, but acceptable results are usually obtained after 10-20 minute exposures on a dark, gloomy day. The highlight values should appear overexposed, as the water wash reduces the final print values. Prints can be made with large format negatives and lithography film, or everyday objects can be used to make photograms.