August 31st, 2014

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August 22nd, 2014

hcward:

chris evans performs the als ice bucket challenge ( x )

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sgtjimbarnes:

*impatiently waits for sebastian stan to do the ice bucket challenge*

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August 21st, 2014

The point of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

the point of pouring a shit ton of ice water over yourself is because when one suffers from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) one of the affects the disease has is a numbness throughout the body, as well as struggling to breathe, and both these are meant to temporarily happen when doused in freezing water. It’s to raise awareness of what ALS feels like and encourage donations towards research and cures.

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August 20th, 2014

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dbvictoria:

The trifecta of Marvel Chrises will soon be complete.

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mymusicstuff2:

Happy swimmers heading to the pool this morning. #teamUSA
Matt’s group selfie I see several swimmers that I recognize and several that I do no

mymusicstuff2:

Happy swimmers heading to the pool this morning. #teamUSA

Matt’s group selfie
I see several swimmers that I recognize and several that I do no

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August 13th, 2014
thebroadcastblog:

U.S. soccer player Abby Wambach is known for her diving headers, but she won’t be executing any of that signature move in the 2015 Women’s World Cup in Canada. For the first time, artificial turf will be used, rather than grass. Artificial turf poses significant risks of injury to players. Some soccer players have equated it to playing on concrete.
It’s probably not even necessary to note that artificial turf has never been used for major men’s soccer tournaments. “It’s a gender issue through and through,” Wambach told the New York Times.
Wambach, along with other players from around the world, have signed petitions and recently sent a letter to FIFA and the Canadian Soccer Association mentioning a possibility of legal action if the decision to use artificial turf is not reversed.
“For Wambach, celebrations usually mean a sprint to the corner flag and a double knee slide in the grass,” Juliet Macur wrote for the New York Times. “But not on turf.”
photo via ten sports club

thebroadcastblog:

U.S. soccer player Abby Wambach is known for her diving headers, but she won’t be executing any of that signature move in the 2015 Women’s World Cup in Canada. For the first time, artificial turf will be used, rather than grass. Artificial turf poses significant risks of injury to players. Some soccer players have equated it to playing on concrete.

It’s probably not even necessary to note that artificial turf has never been used for major men’s soccer tournaments. “It’s a gender issue through and through,” Wambach told the New York Times.

Wambach, along with other players from around the world, have signed petitions and recently sent a letter to FIFA and the Canadian Soccer Association mentioning a possibility of legal action if the decision to use artificial turf is not reversed.

For Wambach, celebrations usually mean a sprint to the corner flag and a double knee slide in the grass,” Juliet Macur wrote for the New York Times. “But not on turf.”

photo via ten sports club

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August 12th, 2014

allagentsofshield:

Ming-Na confiscating Brett’s lanyard.

icanread:

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icanread:

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