The way I figure it

everyone gets a miracle.

"If I’m on two wheels, I want disc brakes, I want modern technology. For example, the Norton Commando was a cool, stylish bike. They just came out with a new one that’s beefier and much more modern, but has the same kind of classic styling of the ‘60s and ‘70s. So that’s coming to me in November or December. That’s a really good representation of who I am: classic styling, modern technology."

"If I’m on two wheels, I want disc brakes, I want modern technology. For example, the Norton Commando was a cool, stylish bike. They just came out with a new one that’s beefier and much more modern, but has the same kind of classic styling of the ‘60s and ‘70s. So that’s coming to me in November or December. That’s a really good representation of who I am: classic styling, modern technology."

(Source: staingirl, via humanoidplant)

-hewastheirfriend:

ok so i was watching this gif carefully 

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and when i first saw it i was like “aww Nat jumping into steve’s lap that’s so cute she’s like AHH STEVE SAVE ME” and then i was thinking ‘well she probably realized he’s way stronger than she is and could help shield her if they crashed’

but then i kept watching it and i noticed how she immediately pulls him forward 

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and first i thought it was the momentum of her jump but you can clearly see in the gif how she gets settled (quickly) THEN pulls him close to her

and then i realized

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that is a bullet hole. 

Nat somehow knew EXACTLY where Steve was gonna get shot at, jumped up into his seat, and saved him

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Natasha Fucking Romanoff 

rareaudreyhepburn:

Audrey Hepburn with Anne Frank’s father, Otto Frank and his second wife Fritzi, Bürgenstock, Switzerland, 1957.

“Anne Frank and I were born in the same year, lived in the same country, experienced the same war, except she was locked up and I was on the outside. Reading her diary was like reading my own experiences from her point of view.  I was quite destroyed by it… It was in a different corner of Holland, but all the events I experienced were so incredibly accurately described by her—not just what was going on on the outside, but what was going on on the inside of a young girl starting to be a woman…all in a cage. She expressed the claustrophobia, but transcends it through her love of nature, her awareness of humanity and her love—real love—of life.” - Audrey Hepburn speaks about Anne Frank.

(via originofmusic)