What astronauts actually see on reentry.
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My typical Friday night.
More bands should make parodies of this Gaahl interview... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=puwllq0fBLs
"Space is big. Really big. You just won’t believe how vastly, hugely, mind-bogglingly big it is.”
Enamel on copper, dating from 1618 - Musée Paul-Dupuy (Toulouse)
Looks like "The Vanishing Of Ethan Carter"...
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I walk alone…
PlayStation Experience News Wrapup|
Ahhhhhhhhhhh, did you see all that Double Fine goodness that went down on the PlayStation Experience stage?! So much fun stuff! Here’s the wrapup for those who missed it!
We just unveiled a new teaser trailer for Grim Fandango Remastered! The game will be launching next year on January 27th accross PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, PC, Mac, and Linux! The game’s shaping up really nicely sporting new hi res visuals, a live orchestral soundtrack, new control schemes, director’s commentary, and more! Here’s a quick look.
We also announced a couple of our in development games making the move to PlayStation platforms. First, Broken Age is coming to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita! The complete adventure will hit early next year day and date with the Act 2 PC release. And Boneloaf’s Gang Beasts will also be joining the PlayStation 4 portfolio alongside it’s PC release next year!
Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand, last but not least… WE’RE BRINGING BACK DAY OF THE TENTACLE!! More info on that one down the road. BUT YAY!!!!!!
Nuns go mad under the influence of Satan in WITCHCRAFT THROUGH THE AGES (1922)
Family’s Butcher Shop, 1978
Photograph of a victim’s eyeball after bombing of Hiroshima with an atomic bomb cataract, 1945