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04 Feb 07:27

This is easily the most entertaining Japanese history video we've ever seen

This video might not help you ace a final, but it will definitely help you get motivated to study Japanese history.

Japanese history can be pretty complicated and detailed when you start looking at all the specifics, but if you’re looking for a quick review from pre-history to modern times, this video will certainly get the job done!

Titled simply and directly “history of japan,” this nine-minute, highly stylized YouTube video, complete with 90s-style animation and musical highlights, features humorous narration that will help you remember everything you learned (and then forgot) in class.

But our description can’t do it justice — you’ll just have to watch it to get the full enjoyment!

04 Feb 17:46

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03 Feb 21:40

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05 Feb 16:10

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05 Feb 14:41

Shipwrecks and Deep Ocean Scenes Encapsulated Inside Translucent Whale Sculptures

by Kate Sierzputowski
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Image provided by Isana Yamada

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Image provided by Isana Yamada

Japanese artist Isana Yamada' s project Samsara is composed of six translucent whales mounted on thin pedestals that give each of the sculptures an illusion of movement. The whales, illuminated from within, provide a window to strange worlds locked inside their resin-coated bodies: churning submarine volcanoes, fluffy white clouds, and even polar bear skeletons that float within. The project, staged at Tokyo University of the Arts, references the circle of existence found in Buddhist traditions with each whale displaying a separate scene. The whale that represents the human dimension contains a sunken sailboat, imagery that symbolizes a difficult voyage or plight.

Yamada’s work will also be shown in an exhibition of sculptural works at the Artcomplex Center of Tokyo from March 1st through 6th. You can see more of his work on his Facebook page here. (via My Modern Met)

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07 Feb 01:37

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25 Jan 00:00

Tom Robbins

"Disbelief in magic can force a poor soul into believing in government and business."
24 Jan 00:00

Doug Larson

"Home computers are being called upon to perform many new functions, including the consumption of homework formerly eaten by the dog."
07 Feb 15:31

Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal - The Talk

by admin@smbc-comics.com

Hovertext: Now, let's have the talk about how individual effort may matter less than other people's inherent ability.


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07 Feb 00:29

Installing Windows 10

by boulet


05 Feb 23:55

Welcome to Hell!

05 Feb 21:30

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05 Feb 13:25

Cthulhu’s playing hardball.image / twitter / facebook / patreon











Cthulhu’s playing hardball.

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05 Feb 08:50

Doors

by Doug
05 Feb 07:41

Comic for February 05, 2016

by Scott Adams
Soulless Container Of Knowledge - Dilbert by Scott Adams

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04 Feb 21:30

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04 Feb 19:22

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04 Feb 15:54

Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal - A Funny Universe

by admin@smbc-comics.com

Hovertext: In order to have that one Monty Python sketch about a dead parrot, you must first invent mortality.


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03 Feb 21:30

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03 Feb 15:28

Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal - HEY BROS!

by admin@smbc-comics.com

Hovertext: I am informed I have no idea what a fraternity is.


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03 Feb 14:03

Viva Intensamente # 245

by Will Tirando

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03 Feb 06:00

Comic for 2016.02.03

by Kris Wilson

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02 Feb 00:00

Backslashes

I searched my .bash_history for the line with the highest ratio of special characters to regular alphanumeric characters, and the winner was: cat out.txt | grep -o "\[[(].*\[])][^)]]*$" ... I have no memory of this and no idea what I was trying to do, but I sure hope it worked.
03 Feb 07:00

Comic for February 03, 2016

by Scott Adams
Closer To Being A Terrorist - Dilbert by Scott Adams

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02 Feb 21:30

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02 Feb 14:29

Groundhog Day

by nedroid

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02 Feb 16:32

Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal - BEES

by admin@smbc-comics.com

Hovertext: But, when I look at bees, I don't see caste.


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02 Feb 12:58

Prioridades

by Will Tirando

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02 Feb 06:17

Comic for February 02, 2016

by Scott Adams
Something About Asok Was Wrong - Dilbert by Scott Adams

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01 Feb 16:06

Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal - Divine Intervention

by admin@smbc-comics.com

Hovertext: I eagerly await your email about how, actually, the rock must contain radioactive elements.


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