June 24, 2011
In feudal bug society, nothing is more important than protecting the King. Using their own bodies as bridges, blocks and sticky goo, guide these Dibbles to the goal in each level.
Henry Rollins owns in such a gentlemanly and erudite fashion, even using the phrase "besocked." This was from the Dinosaur Jr. concert at Terminal 5 in New York City. Full video of the interview plus photos of the concert over at Brooklyn Vegan.
Everything was shiny and new at one point. I can't wait until my kids find today's modern tech in thirty years and mock the lame innovations of the future past.
Between 1909 and 1912, photographer Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii embarked on a photographic survey of the Russian Empire. His technique of using a specialized camera that caught images in rapid succession with red, blue, and green filters allowed them to be later recombined and run through filtered lanterns to create "near true color" photos. I don't completely grasp all that, but these pictures speak for themselves.
Mmmmm, sassy Ginger heroine. First they release character art and now this. It's like they want me to resent Cars 2.
Proof that game developers are using time travel for evil purposes.
Zombies are no joking matter, you guys. Now it's like the Boy Who Cried Wolf and I don't think my nerves can handle it.
Simultaneously confirming and trashing stereotypes in one agonizing video.
The Internet loves cats. The Internet loves Disney. Ergo, the Internet loves this. Bringing you better lulz through suspicious math since 2011.
From disliking organic milk, wifi passwords, faraway laptop chargers, running out of hot water, warm pillows, replacing batteries on wiimotes, and cleaning ladies making too much noise, this kid's life is really hard.
Relatively little is known about these mythical creatures. Historically, they have tended to appear in England and China, and their "wings" are typically tumor-like, but have also contained their own skeletal structures. They're so mysterious that even finding photos of them is difficult.
Fox News cited each of these "actual news headlines" as their "source." Fair and balanced. Yup.
The lavender fields of Provence are simply surreal. They may be grown all over the world, but no one does lavender quite like the french.
This is weird.