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Summed Up: This isn't freedom, this is fear. ask-cap-america-anything: raavynndigital: minuiko: wintercyan: onegoodey: jumpingjacktrash: hobbitkaiju: verysharpteeth: jenngeek: doktorfylthe: Characterization done right. Steve Rogers in a single gif. We joke about Steve’s patriotism as his strong suit, but his actual strength was his sense of moral right. His whole philosophy is summed up in the line “I don’t like bullies” in the first movie. Steve loves his country. He loves it enough to be at the front of the line trying to fix what he sees as moral wrong in it. kehinki: #there isn’t even any indication he loves his country t b h#all we know is that he wants to fix what he deems morally impermissible#”I don’t like bullies /I don’t care where they’re from/”#that last bit is important steve rogers is patriotic in the most real sense: he represents the concept at the core of the american ideal, the concept of freedom that is the reason our political system is designed to adapt and alter itself for constant improvement. he is not loyal to any momentary leader or agenda, and when those leaders and agendas stand contrary to his core ideal of self-determination and freedom from oppression, he’ll speak up without hesitation. honestly, i never would’ve thought captain america would be my favorite superhero, but he’s the activist i aspire to be. Captain America is loyal to nothing but the dream. The problem with Captain America’s image in the public mind is that people recite the first line of his byword and ignore the last part : “My country, right or wrong;if right, to be kept right; and if wrong, to be set right.” Not to mention his speech in Spiderman #537. My favorite line from the issue: “This nation was founded on one principle above all else: The requirement that we stand up for what we believe, no matter the odds or the consequences. When the mob and the press and the whole world tell you to move, your job is to plant yourself like a tree besides the river of truth, and tell the whole world— —No, you move.” Steve Rogers is a radical and that’s why I love him. I agree with all this.
Summed Up: This isn't freedom, this is fear.
ask-cap-america-anything:
raavynndigital:

minuiko:

wintercyan:

onegoodey:

jumpingjacktrash:

hobbitkaiju:

verysharpteeth:

jenngeek:

doktorfylthe:

Characterization done right.

Steve Rogers in a single gif.

We joke about Steve’s patriotism as his strong suit, but his actual strength was his sense of moral right. His whole philosophy is summed up in the line “I don’t like bullies” in the first movie. Steve loves his country. He loves it enough to be at the front of the line trying to fix what he sees as moral wrong in it.

kehinki: #there isn’t even any indication he loves his country t b h#all we know is that he wants to fix what he deems morally impermissible#”I don’t like bullies /I don’t care where they’re from/”#that last bit is important

steve rogers is patriotic in the most real sense: he represents the concept at the core of the american ideal, the concept of freedom that is the reason our political system is designed to adapt and alter itself for constant improvement.
he is not loyal to any momentary leader or agenda, and when those leaders and agendas stand contrary to his core ideal of self-determination and freedom from oppression, he’ll speak up without hesitation.
honestly, i never would’ve thought captain america would be my favorite superhero, but he’s the activist i aspire to be.

Captain America is loyal to nothing but the dream.

The problem with Captain America’s image in the public mind is that people recite the first line of his byword and ignore the last part :
“My country, right or wrong;if right, to be kept right; and if wrong, to be set right.”






Not to mention his 
speech in Spiderman #537. 



My favorite line from the issue:

“This nation was founded on one principle above all else: The requirement that we stand up for what we believe, no matter the odds or the consequences. When the mob and the press and the whole world tell you to move, your job is to plant yourself like a tree besides the river of truth, and tell the whole world—

—No, you move.”

Steve Rogers is a radical and that’s why I love him.


I agree with all this.

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Summed Up: The success of the steam controller summed up in one picture
Summed Up: The success of the steam controller summed up in one picture

The success of the steam controller summed up in one picture

Summed Up: Art history summed up
Summed Up: Art history summed up

Art history summed up

Summed Up: Not everything will be 100% accurate SPACE DID NOT TRY OUT. SORRY FOR THE CONFUSION Rascal wasn't happy that OGE was brought in without any try outs. xac agreed Rascal would baby rage. Rascal was straight up bought from Spitfire. He didn't have a say and was wasn't happy about the move? Rascal didn't perform well enough early on so not much changed. xQc felt players had no say in the team. Doesn't think they should get a new support but try another support and another off-tank. Rascal talked a lot in matches but wouldn't listen When the team would complain Kyky said there wasn't much he could do. Space eame in for tryouts- xQc was praying Space. xQc, Custa wanted him to come into to the team. But obviously they didn't have any say When Fuel starts to play like garbage, Effect develops a different play style. More aggressive, more "soloQ" it was unpredictable but sometimes it could work. Literally no plans during games some times. Lots of arguing. Chips just disappears. Custa was the only consistent good thing about the team. Doesn't understand why they risked trading him. ase Thump Seagut He pve up gcd treaming oppotuntsan 'sn e ench xQc feels really sad now he's talking about his release from OWL. Loved the Fuel. Doesn't have anything left. Didn't scrim much when he was in the team. Sacrificed the Juice just like Seagull but he never saw a "future". This is actually really sad... He said "What's left? Just the experience?" His parents didn't believe in him... xQc didn't want any handout while being in the team. He wanted someone to believe in him. The only reason he played against LAG was because the owner said fuck it he was unbanned Doesn't understand why OWL didn't hire someone to monitor player behavior. To give warnings to things like TriHard7 If anybody from Blizzard is listening to this. Please fixed ranked. Role distribution is a mess. SoloQ for main tanks sucks. He feels it's hard to scout for new talent. Its one wave of players and that's it. He wouldn't be able to find a good Main Tank that isn't already on a team. Cocco has his own problems. Doesn't believe Mickie was given the proper guidance to re-new his play style and knowledge of D.va. The success earlier on wasn't because Mickie was on Winston but because Seagull was on D.va AKM is a soldier bot. Only works if the team pockets him shddragons: j_jon on reddit summed up xqc’s stream
Summed Up: Not everything will be 100% accurate
 SPACE DID NOT TRY OUT. SORRY FOR THE CONFUSION
 Rascal wasn't happy that OGE was brought in without any try outs. xac agreed
 Rascal would baby rage.
 Rascal was straight up bought from Spitfire. He didn't have a say and was wasn't happy about the move?
 Rascal didn't perform well enough early on so not much changed.
 xQc felt players had no say in the team.
 Doesn't think they should get a new support but try another support and another off-tank.
 Rascal talked a lot in matches but wouldn't listen

 When the team would complain Kyky said there wasn't much he could do.
 Space eame in for tryouts- xQc was praying Space. xQc, Custa wanted him to come into to the team. But obviously they didn't have any
 say
 When Fuel starts to play like garbage, Effect develops a different play style. More aggressive, more "soloQ" it was unpredictable but
 sometimes it could work. Literally no plans during games some times. Lots of arguing.
 Chips just disappears.
 Custa was the only consistent good thing about the team. Doesn't understand why they risked trading him.
 ase Thump Seagut He pve up gcd treaming oppotuntsan 'sn e ench
 xQc feels really sad now he's talking about his release from OWL. Loved the Fuel. Doesn't have anything left. Didn't scrim much when
 he was in the team. Sacrificed the Juice just like Seagull but he never saw a "future".
 This is actually really sad... He said "What's left? Just the experience?"

 His parents didn't believe in him...
 xQc didn't want any handout while being in the team. He wanted someone to believe in him. The only reason he played against LAG
 was because the owner said fuck it he was unbanned
 Doesn't understand why OWL didn't hire someone to monitor player behavior. To give warnings to things like TriHard7
 If anybody from Blizzard is listening to this. Please fixed ranked. Role distribution is a mess. SoloQ for main tanks sucks.
 He feels it's hard to scout for new talent. Its one wave of players and that's it. He wouldn't be able to find a good Main Tank that isn't
 already on a team.
 Cocco has his own problems.
 Doesn't believe Mickie was given the proper guidance to re-new his play style and knowledge of D.va. The success earlier on wasn't
 because Mickie was on Winston but because Seagull was on D.va
 AKM is a soldier bot. Only works if the team pockets him
shddragons:

j_jon on reddit summed up xqc’s stream

shddragons: j_jon on reddit summed up xqc’s stream