Sep. 14th, 2017

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Today the Department of Awesomely Good Deeds salutes a Seattle resident who stood under the ledge of his office building and carefully caught a brood of ducklings as they jumped off the ledge, one by one, in order to follow their mother who’d flew down first. But the good deed didn’t end there. The benevolent duck catcher then led the entire family safely through a street parade to a nearby river where they happily swam away.

If all this isn’t heartwarming enough, check out this video tally by writer Aaron Vallely of how many adorable baby ducks were saved.

[via Laughing Squid]
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writing-prompt-s:

The world’s tiniest dragon must defend his hoard, a single gold coin, from those who would steal it.

Suggestion: The dragon’s definition of “steal” is somewhat loose. It still allows the coin to be used and bartered and change hands–but on one condition: the dragon must be with it at all times.

They become a familiar sight in the marketplace.

“Here’s your change, ma'am. One gold piece.” The merchant holds out a palm, on top of which rests a tiny, brilliantly colored creature clutching a single gold coin.

“That’s a dragon,” you say dumbly. “One piece… and a dragon.”

“Yes.”

You cautiously reach out and attempt to take your change. You tug. It holds. You tug harder. The dragon lets loose a tiny, protective growl.

“Ma'am–no, ma'am, you have to take the dragon, too.”

“Sorry?”

The seller notes your dubious expression. “Not from around here, are ya?” They shrug. “Them’s the rules. Take the coin, take the dragon.”

They wait expectantly. Wondering how the world has so suddenly gone mad, you slowly, slowly hold out your hand.

The dragon perks right up. It scampers from their palm to yours with the coin clamped in its jaws and scales your sleeve with sharp little claws.

“Have a nice day, ma'am,” the merchant says. “Spend him soon, now, you hear? At another booth, if you can. He likes to travel.”

From its perch upon your shoulder, the dragon lets out a happy trill.

Bonus: the coin eventually passes to the rogue in a group of travelling adventurers. The dragon becomes the mascot of the entire group, and they lay out a small pile of coins for him to sleep on every night, clutching his coin like a teddy bear.
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Rubber ducky, you’re the one.
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The dress was made of live flowers, and literally fell to pieces along the runway, a symbol of decay : Alexander McQueen s/s 2007.
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A cat sitting on a ground light source.
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*Boy, that sure is catchy 

this is every marvel trailer ever im sobbing ont he floor i can literally envision steve rogers narrating while tony stark punches something in rhythm of the beat
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Chris Evans by Mark Segal for Esquire 2017
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What a week.
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Ed Skrein Exits ‘Hellboy’ Reboot After Whitewashing Outcry

GOOD THINGS ARE HAPPENING

Skrein not only did the right thing by withdrawing from the show, but his statement put the studio on the spot to make sure they actually cast an Asian actor in the second try.
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