A healthy mix of philosophical awe and ridiculous humor~This blog contains the following (Click each for the link!):
James, 23, Oklahoma, Clinical Lab Chemistry Tech, Part-Time Panda
This is what fireworks look like in the day time.
why doesn’t this have more notes holy shit
LEGO Fire Breathing Dragon - by akama1 lego
mentailments: Each ball weighs differently, causing each one to bounce to a specific height, and when precisely placed in the dust pans and thrown down… 2013
Oh you thought you were cool with your 64gb flash drive? Later this year, Kingston will be selling this hefty 1TB USB 3.0 flash drive, so you can store every god damn thing you come across on the internet and keep it in your pocket.
That awkward moment when pop stars can’t even sing this good live.
Legend has it that long ago in these lands of Taraselo, the Ancient Ones fought against the army of Garahan in the Great War. If it were not for the Ancient Ones’ final stand against the immense evil, human civilization would have crumbled into dust. During this last stand, the Ancient One’s used a weapon that they had recently invented. Not knowing its full abilities or potential, they risked everything and succeeded, wiping out the entire enemy forces in mere seconds.
After the threat was gone and the world was at peace again, the Ancient Ones decided that the weapon was too powerful to be let out in the open, less it fall into the wrong hands. They built four temples in the surrounding areas, desert, jungle, ice, and caverns to hide one Key each.
Only those worthy and daring enough to complete all four temples and obtain all four Keys would be able to harness the god-like force of the weapon.
Just a sneak peek at an adventure that we’re working on together. We’re just about halfway finished and ready to Beta release to get a feel for what will need tweaking and such. Be on the lookout for a DL in the near future!
BBC America commissions a full season of The Nerdist with Chris Hardwick for 2013!
From the BBC America press release:
BBC AMERICA’s General Manager Perry Simon today ordered a full season of The Nerdist, a comedy-variety talk show based on comedian, writer, Doctor Who evangelist and web pundit Chris Hardwick’s hit Nerdist Podcast. The season will premiere in Spring 2013 as part of the channel’s signature Supernatural Saturday programming block, also home to Doctor Who, Being Human and new original series Orphan Black. Along with The Nerdist series, Chris Hardwick will be fronting the entire Supernatural Saturday programming block in the spring.
The series pick-up follows a collection of specials pegged to pop culture events throughout 2012. Matt Mira and Jonah Ray, Chris’s partners in the Nerdist Podcast, will return as contributors. The Nerdist series will be shot in Los Angeles on a brand-new set and will feature celebrity guests, UK and US-based correspondents as well as stand-up and musical performances.
Perry Simon, General Manager, Channels, BBC Worldwide America says: “We could not be more pleased to be expanding our relationship with Chris by ordering The Nerdist series with an exciting new format, as well as having Chris host our Supernatural Saturday block. Ever since early 2011, Chris has brought his loyal legion of fans to BBC AMERICA through his successful Nerdistspecials and, as America’s #1 Doctor Who fan, hosting countless Doctor Who-related events for our channel.”
Chris Hardwick says: “As a huge fanboy of nerd culture stuff, we at the Nerdist Podcast gush about the things we love constantly, and the fact that BBCA lets us do that AS OUR JOBS puts me forever in their debt. They have been exceptional at allowing us to grow the show and its audience. Plus, I’ve met THREE Doctors since I started working there. Perry Simon doesn’t know this yet, but I’m going to hug him REALLY HARD next time I see him-until it gets awkward. Six extra seconds oughta do it.”
Surrogate by Troika
Commissioned by the World Wildlife Fund, this one of a kind sculpture evokes Philip K. Dick’s sci-fi novel “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep” and has friggin laser beams coming out of its head, or didnt you notice? Mother Nature may have gifted her children the ultimate endowment when she allowed them to evolve, but until lemurs and platypusses can shoot laser beams out of their eye balls, Mother Nature will remain just an amateur.
Video reblogged from THIS IS THE STORY OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF... with 4,873 notes
Just in case you all weren’t sure why everyone is saying “Throw money at The Goon.”
So, go throw money at The Goon.
I don’t remember if they had the mini animatic on the Kickstarter page, but if you haven’t check it out! And if you enjoyed it make a contribution to the Kickstarter or at least spread the word about it!
I find this absolutely charming! I wish I had money to throw at it… D:
SERIOUSLY HELP THESE GUYS OUT, I DID
HOLY HECK, THIS IS AWESOME!
Oh my god, my brother told me that crows/ravens are very good at immitating human speech and he showed me this video and… it’s so cool… yet so unsettling
Quoth the raven… wakka wakka…
This bird is my favorite
It was a cake.
I LITERALLY FUCKIN SPIT MY WATER ON THE SCREEN WHEN I READ THAT
BAD ASS OHIO STATE MARCHING BAND FUCK YEAH
you all need to watch. this shit is awesome sauce
Wow, HUGE RESPECT for Ohio State’s Marching Band <3
there were no digital effects used in that shot. they actually had David Bowie hanging upsidedown on this rig system with his boot glued to the brick. then they just flipped him around and were like, ok David, don’t die.
Reblogging for that comment.
Page 1 of 3