I love this video and I love this barcode
[Hiroshima City Asa Zoological Park, Japan]
Star Citizen is never going to be completed beat
The Star Citizen crowdfunding campaign broke the $49 million mark yesterday, a sum that’s especially astonishing because it’s being thrown at the niche—some would say dead—space combat sim genre. Yet even with all that scratch at his disposal, Cloud Imperium mastermind Chris Roberts wants even more! Why? Well, because he’s building a really big game.
- I am going to listen to all the albums on my iPod in alphabetical order
- I will write something here about each of them
- I will skip things like Blixa Bargeld reads The Death of Bunny Munro and Rifftrax: Point Break
- I will listen to single songs that I don’t have the whole album for, but will probably not write something
this has been my strategy with everyone I've ever had a crush on
Hey, look at that picture! It’s on a poster sticky-tacked to the wall, and you’re in college again. It’s Saturday afternoon and you’re listening to this compilation with your door open, and it’s two o’clock and you only just got back from breakfast. You should really be working on…
Automatic for the People is one of the first albums I ever owned (before then, I would listen to my parents’ records all the time, but didn’t have any particular drive to own stuff or to have any sense of “my” music.But I got Automatic for the People for Christmas, and I…
comics are really bad
Peaches have long been compared to backsides. Because, well, peaches look like tushes! And now, thanks to some fruit venders in China, they really look like butts. Sexy butts.
A recent story in the San Jose Mercury News, entitled “Emerging 3D printers prove useful to users of all ages,” reports on the use of 3D printers by public library patrons in Silicon Valley. The story provides this succinct description…
Amazon.com: Spooky Farts For Halloween: Music
AKA Adolescence Apocalpyse, AKA Utena Movie Soundtrack, AKA Utena Soundtrack 8
Great J.A. Seazer duel songs (“Duelist ~ Revive! Infinite History [The Middle Ages]”, “Rose Naked Body ~ Shura Physical Constellation 45 Nebula”), excellent background music, ~scandalous tape~, and the incomparably lovely Toki Ni Ai Wa. Love is two magical women dancing together in a rose garden in the sky, forever.
Care of seventeen year-old Jacqueline Kennedy.
ok but I've got weak knees
I Need This
Pokemon Ruby/Sapphire and Alpha/Omega compared ⊟
I love seeing how Game Freak updates its 2D worlds into 3D scenes for its remakes, adding so much more detail and flair without losing the design of the original. Props to @RogersBase for the comparison shots!
hi ThOR, I was in a thing (as Chinese Tramp Stamp Douche)
attn: Russian Sledges
unfortunately, R. did not work anime into this post like I suggested
swans are assholes
turtle riding capybara (pursued by swan)
I don't know why, but this looks like a Saturday Night Live skit to me
These whimsical images come from the mind of Louis Crusius, a physician and artist who was born in Wisconsin and later moved to St. Louis, Missouri. The Antikamnia Chemical Company used Crusius’ images in a series of calendars they published from 1897-1901, which they sent to physicians who could prove their medical standing.
The company, whose name means “opposed to pain,” was known for manufacturing a patent medicine called Antikamnia tablets. Like most patent medicines of the time, the ingredients in the tablets could have ill effects - the tablets contained acetanilide, which could cause cyanosis (a condition in which the skin becomes blood due to insufficient oxygen).