The name is Monster. Maggie Monster.
20/NYC/Reinstated carnivore. Currently undercover as a Buffalonian. Writer. Poet. Dreamer. Lover. Thinker. Rhetor. Panromantic heterosexual. Athazagoraphobe. Completely insane fangirl. Slash writer. Moose. Shipper of Everyone/Everyone. Gayer than a treeful of monkeys on nitrous oxide. I enjoy saving people, hunting things; The family business. I left my riding crop in the mortuary. My timey-wimey detector goes ding when there's stuff. I have a power ring and I'm not afraid to use it. Also, I know the words to far more Disney songs than I'm willing to admit. Never learned to ride a bike, but I can do long division like nobody's business. Can't swim, can't dance, don't know karate. But that's quite alright, because I don't wanna make it. I just wanna.
this is an EXCELLENT POINT and I’m going to talk about it. in gun safety the first thing you learn is 1: do not ever point your gun at something unless you are going to shoot it and 2: do not ever put your finger on the trigger unless you’re going to put a bullet through something.
Bucky Barnes knows the importance of trigger safety. Bucky Barnes was trained by the US Army to never put his finger on the trigger unless he was going to absolutely shoot something
The Winter Soldier is a weapon. The only time the Soldier is ever given a weapon, he is absolutely going to shoot something. It’s his mission. It’s all he does. Thaw, wipe, point, shoot, kill, freeze, repeat. It’s as natural to him as anything can be—a finger on the trigger and intent to kill on his mind
Retro-style posters that were given out to the cast and crew of the Captain America films. I absolutely love these, and really wish they’d been the official one-sheets. The First Avenger poster is absolutely beautiful.