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shmemson:

jonnyskov:

soundcheckradio:

See tUnE-yArDs’ playful Pee-Wee-styled music video for “Water Fountain” from the forthcoming album ‘Nikki Nack.’

Yes.

Whoa

Wow. Who produced this. I want to work for them. Or be them. EDIT: Director: Joel Kefali Producer: Ian Blair / John Curtis Executive Producer: Danielle Hinde DP: Mishka Kornai Production Designer: Megan Burns Animation: Joel Kefali and Robert Wallace Colorist: Alana Cotton @ Images

fuckyeahsexyatheists:

On this day when every public school in the US has the day off but I have to go to class, have some Bruce Willis dying Easter eggs.

The science fiction prose community is currently lit up by right-wing troll Vox Day getting nominated for a novelette. Those people are having a difficult time with the fact that the sf prose community has always been full of right-wing trolls.
 
I’ve been saying recently that science fiction doesn’t live inside the science fiction genre any more — it burst and infected everything. Sf may actually now just be the evacuated husk that those conditions pupated within. I’m probably completely wrong about that, but it’s how it feels to me.

Warren Ellis (via wilwheaton)

Right wing trolls have brought us some fantastic science-fiction novels. Heinlein, Card, and more. Just because somebody sucks Ayn Rand’s dick doesn’t mean they can’t write good science fiction.

missespeon:

joannablackhart:

ryanpanos:

Black Friday-The Collapse of the American Shopping Mall | Seph Lawless | Via

When they were built in the 1970s these two gleaming Ohio malls were symbols of the boom years in the U.S., and their wide walkways were filled with shoppers. 

Now the verdant foliage that decorated them has died off and the fountains inside are dry as store after store deserted the out-of-town malls. 

The demise of the Rolling Acres and and Randall Park Mall have been documented by photographer Seph Lawless, who remembers visiting them when he was a child and even had his first job at one of the them.

hey look, its that one level from Left 4 Dead

lmao i thought the exact same thing

logoff:

Alien (1979) computer screens.

wilwheaton:

laughterkey:

posthawk:

Clerks. (1994)

Fun fact: I own the original film from the THIRTY-SIX?! scene.

in a row?

Try not to suck any dick on your way through the parking lot.

thewoodstheskythesea:

my kingdom for a new laptop that can handle photoshop without slowing down to incredibly annoying levels.

Dude, where is this Kingdom you’ve been hiding from me?
thewoodstheskythesea:

tompeyer:

Lois and Clark sexual tension.


My husband’s name is Dick.

thewoodstheskythesea:

tompeyer:

Lois and Clark sexual tension.

My husband’s name is Dick.

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’)

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’)