Cyc4015

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himederekitten:

This is a piece of shitty mid-2000s humour that I hope never disappears from the internet

himederekitten:

This is a piece of shitty mid-2000s humour that I hope never disappears from the internet

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b0ngripz:

cobradeus:

svveden:

no drummer has shit on this dude

did nOT think this was going to be as incredible as it was when i started this

That has to be the dopesters shit I’ve heard in a minute

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penishole:

LAUGHING OUT LOUD SO FUCKIN LOUDLY HOLY SHITTT

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"You cowboy around with the Avengers some. Guys got what, armor, magic, super-powers. Super-strength. Shrink-dust. Grow-rays. Magic. Healing factors. I’m an orphan raised by carnies fighting with a string and stick from the Paleolithic era.
So when I say this looks bad? I promise you it feels worse.”

"You cowboy around with the Avengers some. Guys got what, armor, magic, super-powers. Super-strength. Shrink-dust. Grow-rays. Magic. Healing factors. I’m an orphan raised by carnies fighting with a string and stick from the Paleolithic era.

So when I say this looks bad? I promise you it feels worse.”

(Source: starlorrd, via repulsor)

txchnologist:

A brief explainer on how an electric bell works, courtesy of a silent 1927 film called “A Film Lesson in General Science: Communication.” 

From the Prelinger Archives.

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wilwheaton:

Someone on imgur has uploaded a whole lot of fantastic images depicting the filming of Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey. There are 100 of them, and boy, do they provide a lot of fascinating detail about one of the most ambitious movie sets ever constructed—especially in terms of the available technology. It’s great to see how much of this is analog—I mean we know it had to be analog, but the contrast with today’s CGI way is stark. I especially love the stills where you can see the grandeur of the massive stage sets, how they solved the problem of filming, for example, a set in which the inside of a massive wheel is a continuous flat surface in a zero-gravity space vessel.
(via Dangerous Minds | Stunning behind-the-scenes images from Stanley Kubrick’s ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’)

I think part of the reason Kubrick Was so good is that he didn’t have cgi.

wilwheaton:

Someone on imgur has uploaded a whole lot of fantastic images depicting the filming of Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey. There are 100 of them, and boy, do they provide a lot of fascinating detail about one of the most ambitious movie sets ever constructed—especially in terms of the available technology. It’s great to see how much of this is analog—I mean we know it had to be analog, but the contrast with today’s CGI way is stark. I especially love the stills where you can see the grandeur of the massive stage sets, how they solved the problem of filming, for example, a set in which the inside of a massive wheel is a continuous flat surface in a zero-gravity space vessel.

(via Dangerous Minds | Stunning behind-the-scenes images from Stanley Kubrick’s ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’)

I think part of the reason Kubrick Was so good is that he didn’t have cgi.

dennys:

Welcome to Denny’s Daps! Are you tired of your daily handshake routine? Of course you are, you boring doofus! Spice up your casual human interactions with these twists on the classics!
Dap #1: The Bacon Bump!

dennys:

Welcome to Denny’s Daps! Are you tired of your daily handshake routine? Of course you are, you boring doofus! Spice up your casual human interactions with these twists on the classics!

Dap #1: The Bacon Bump!

peacefulpagoda:

findanidentity:

vineofficial:

This is fucked upThis fucked me up



This must be what hell is.

peacefulpagoda:

findanidentity:

vineofficial:

This is fucked up
This fucked me up

This must be what hell is.

dennys:

Weapons aren’t cool. Unless they’re fantastical guns with lasers that turn inanimate objects into delicious apps. Then they’re very, very cool.

dennys:

Weapons aren’t cool. Unless they’re fantastical guns with lasers that turn inanimate objects into delicious apps. Then they’re very, very cool.

Andy Goldsworthy

Andy Goldsworthy, is one of my favorite artists.

because it doesn’t really matter to him if someone finds his art or not, but if they do, they can have a beautiful moment with it, and before they can bring someone back to see it, it’s usually gone. I think that’s kinda beautiful. 

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meaghanlarae:

frozen-note:

I gave pixel-flux the original 151 (150 oops forgot slowpoke sorry) pokemon pictures and

help me

“faceless cat thing”

Now I have forgotten all the real names!

(via siaanykins)

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