Winged insects enclosed in amber. The oldest known amber with insect inclusions date to the early Cretaceous, around 150 million years ago. We cloned a dinosaur out of this one. Just kidding.
Ira Glass: The Secret to Success in Creative Work
Listen, I’m not usually one for stuff like this, but these are some good, important words.
"No matter how obvious Black Widow’s eventual solo stardom may seem to those who look at the evidence found in “Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” there will still be those unable to recognize the character’s potential just because they can’t see past Johansson’s pretty face. Those people are going to have a hard time with “The Winter Soldier,” a film with three “pretty faces” all on board to kick ass and not be a damsel in distress/love interest/set decoration. Anyone who refuses to see the immense contributions Maria Hill, Agent 13 and Black Widow make to this film will find their viewing riddled with as many holes as Nick Fury’s SUV. These women cannot be ignored, and their place in these films will age significantly better than the reviews of film critics more concerned with Natasha’s makeup routine than her inner conflicts."
Brett White (Comicbookresources)
COYOTE (Call Off Your Old Tired Ethics) was founded in 1973 as a union and advocacy group for prostitutes and others involved in the sex industry. Founded by Margo St. James, a former prostitute and madam, the group advocates for the decriminalization of prostitution as well as providing education to the public, expert testimony in legal cases and support and services to those involved in sex work. This button, from the mid-70s shortly after COYOTE was founded, features one of the group’s tag lines, “A Loose Woman’s Organization.” COYOTE is still active today with chapters in multiple states.