#the fact that they made us all love him BEFORE he was Captain America
‘what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger’
what if i cut off your left leg
would that make you stronger
this is a golden post
"why didn’t you do your homework over the holidays?"
This is the best thing I’ve ever seen
peter parker’s job is literally selling his selfies to the daily bugle
At the end of May I’m going on a 6 day camping trip with a bunch of people from my university’s art department. We’ll be staying at a campsite/ranch in New Mexico, doing a lot of hiking and getting-inspired-kinds-of-things.
I’ve been camping with my family every summer for years, but the past 3 years I’ve moved out of the tents/pop-up camper into hammock camping. I love how easy it is for me to just quickly set-up and take-down my area of the campsite, and I think it’s more comfortable than a sleeping bag on the ground.
But with my eyes on this New Mexico trip I’m looking to progress my camping style and begin backpacking. I want to have all my gear super portable. However I’m having a lot of trouble deciding on a pack. I want to use this trip as my first test of handling a pack and all my equipment, but not sure what do do as far as pack size. I found a 40L I like for a great deal, but don’t want to buy it and then find it’s too small. Any suggestions would be great.
I’ve done it. After years of lectures and exams, I haven’t just found a way to graduate. I’ve managed to win my university.
Let me explain. I have TWO classes left to take to complete my minor and my major. One art class, and one history. The history class can’t be any history class: it has to be a specific class, requiring me to write a 20 page research paper. I’ve scheduled these classes in the best way possible, so that I can complete them both this summer.
The history class requirement I’ll complete using a paper I’ve actually started writing already. So during the summer, all I’ll have to do is send it in and do a couple edits. Virtually no effort required.
The art requirement? I’m going camping in New Mexico, as part of a school-sponsored trip.
I get to graduate by just enjoying my summer. I win at life, and I’ve outsmarted my university. Thank you all.
Yes, there is weakness. There is frailty. But there is courage also, and honor to be found in Men