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Yesterday, on the 12th of November, one of the most famous American comic book writers and publishers, Stan Lee, passed away. Alongside other legends (Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko) he created such iconic heroes as Spider-Man, The Incredible Hulk, and many more, leaving behind a legacy that will be remembered by generations to come.

Fans all over the world are already sharing tribute art in honour of this iconic man that not only gave us joy, but also condemned bigotry and racism in his work.

This column titled “Stan’s Soapbox” from 1968 stands out even after five decades, as the issues he touched upon are still very relevant in our society.

If we ought to remember Stan Lee for anything, it should probably be those words.

Below some tribute art in honour of this legendary man:


There’s no chance he’ll be forgotten!!

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I’m still awake from my 2 hours of sleep last night, I was in zombie mode the whole day but I’m a sad zombie now because I just read that Stan Lee has die.

Stan Lee, who I thought would live until the end of eternity, is now making his way to the great big Comic-Con in the afterworld after he died today in Los Angeles.

Stan’s daughter tells TMZ that he was taken by ambulance from his home in the Hollywood Hills to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center this morning, and that’s where he died. He was 95 years old.

Stan Lee (born name: Stanley Martin Lieber) is one of the reasons why many actors can put their hands under their b-holes and fart out a $100 bill when paying for anything.

He co-created iconic comics like Spider-Man, X-Men, the Hulk, Doctor Strange, Black Panther, The Fantastic Four, Daredevil, Iron ManThor and pretty much many more. 

This is why I don’t believe in a “God,” when humans like him (who made millions of people happy) die while evil garbage causing chaos in our world still alive.

Stan Lee absolutely changed the world!

He was a hero and showed us that it is in fact possible for us real world humans to be super heroes. We all have the ability inside us. He didn’t create a path for us to escape life through fiction, he is one of those who showed us there exists a path in our own lives for each of us to be somebody’s superhero.


RIP, Mr. Lee.

I’m not American, but I like politics, and John McCain has been an active figure over the decades.

John McCain, who endured more than five years as a prisoner of war in Vietnam before becoming the 2008 Republican presidential nominee and serving Arizona for more than 30 years on Capitol Hill, died Saturday at age 81.

Destined to be remembered among the political giants of Arizona history, the six-term U.S. senator disclosed in July 2017 that he had been diagnosed with a deadly form of brain cancer called glioblastoma.

McCain was a two-time presidential candidate, losing the GOP nomination in 2000 to then-Texas Gov. George W. Bush and the general election in 2008 to then-Sen. Barack Obama.

Now, don’t get me wrong, I was not fan of McCain politics, but he was a war hero and a man of integrity and dignity.

He’s one of the few brave Republicans who dared to called out Trump’s government. 

On a less brilliant note, he gave Americans Sarah Palin, which helped birth the Tea Party, which helped to create the current travesty that is their national politics.

Incidentally, do you think any of the Republicans mourning his passing took issue with the current administration mocking him as he died? Or when the orange bastard said he like “people who weren’t captured?”

I hope he had the fortune to die peacefully. RIP Sir.

France has offered citizenship to an immigrant from Mali who climbed four storeys up a Paris apartment block to save a boy who was about to fall from a balcony, President Emmanuel Macron says.

Incredible footage emerged over the weekend showing 22-year-old Mamoudou Gassama risking his life on Sunday as he climbed up the balconies to rescue the four-year-old who is clinging to a railing and glancing at the ground below, while horrified onlookers watched.

Mamoudou reached the boy within minutes, prompting a loud cheer from the crowd below.

The video went viral and Mamoudou who has been nicknamed “Le Spider-Man” for reaching the boy in the nick of time, was swiftly granted a meeting at the Elysee Palace.

The boy’s father was later arrested and told police he had left his son alone to go shopping and returned home later than planned because he was playing Pokemon Go… WTF!!!

Thanks heaven this fearless man was at the right place at the right time.

What a hero he is!!!

Two weeks ago in Show Low, Arizona (that’s a really hot town name), two dogs named Remus and Smokey were hanging around in their backyard, sipping wine coolers and looking at porn on their tablets while lying by the pool (let’s say).

Their humans, Laurie and Jay Becerra, wrote on Facebook that they were playing around the pool when Smokey accidentally fell into it. And swimming isn’t really Smokey’s thing.

Smokey struggled to swim and was trying to get back up to safe, dry, land, but it wasn’t happening. So Remus sprang into action and tried to help a bitch out.

The first thing Remus tried was to pull Smokey out with his teeth. When Remus realised that wasn’t going to work, he quickly moved to plan B.

Remus jumped into the pool and heroically saved Smokey’s life by pushing that drowning pooch up on out of that lagoon of death.

Remus is a real-life hero and legend!

And he needs some kind of medal of honour added to his collar.

And I can hear some of you cat-haters saying that a cat wouldn’t do shit but just watch poor Smokey drown. That’s factually incorrect, actually! A cat would so something: it would slowly strut to the water and use its paws to push Smokey further in.

Fly high over the Peruvian desert and you will see giant drawings on the ground. Some of them are straight lines, some are spirals and rectangles and trapezoids, and some are animals: whales, ducks, hummingbirds.

Today’s Google Doodle celebrates the 115th birthday of Maria Reiche, a German mathematician who became known as the “Lady of the Lines,” the scientist known for studying the Nazca Lines.

In 1941, she worked with historian Paul Kosok and was first introduced to the ancient figures that stretch across the pampa. She dedicated herself to the mysterious white shapes. She measured close to 100 lines and investigated their astronomical orientation.

In her discovery, she found that many lines functioned as markers for the summer solstice. Along with Peruvian Air Force, she mapped the area and discovered the figures represent 18 different kinds of animals and birds, in addition to hundreds of geometric shapes.

And she dedicated her life to protect them.

With a household broom, she shielded the figures from people and vehicles simultaneously raising funds for overall preservation.

For her broom work, she was called, the “woman who swept the desert” but soon gained worldwide recognition as “Lady of the Lines.” Her dedication made her a Peruvian hero.

We still don’t fully understand the Nazca lines or know for sure what they mean, but today they are a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Reiche became a Peruvian citizen in 1992, and died in 1998.

Today Google is honouring her, with its Doodle designed by Guille Comin and depicts “Lady of the Lines” in her element on what would have been her 115th birthday.

A well-deserved homage for this legendary archaeologist. 

76 years old grandmother Lyubov Morekhodova (Lyubov = love) from Siberia is not an ordinary pensioner. Despite her age, she managed to not only survive frosty weather but also gained attention for her skating skills.

Babushka Lyubov learned to skate at the age of seven and now she spends her retirement days gliding across one of the deepest lakes in the world, Baikal.

Retired technology engineer lives in a modest house and takes care of her beloved animals consisting of dogs, a cat, hens, roosters, calves, bulls, and cows. She wakes up at 5.30 am to feed the cows and let them out to graze on a hill.

Every day, to shorten the distance, she puts on her skates made in 1943 and glides across the lake to make sure that the cows wouldn’t get lost.

Since her husband died in 2011 babushka Lyubov lives alone, but she is not lonely.

During the summer her grandchildren and nephews come to visit. Even though her family encouraged this fearless lady to move to the city, she insisted on staying because she claims to be happy and fulfilled living in the midst of S.I.B.E.R.I.A.

Without a doubt, she’s made in Russia. What an absolute champ!!!