pineplapple:

This is hands down the best parody twitter ever

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spacecadet:

Stuff you could get away with saying on a kid’s show in the 90s, part II
1st Aug 201421:36146,185 notes
devonbanks:

this is still my favorite tweet of all time
1st Aug 201420:48227,420 notes
zeroing:

Yoan Capote
31st Jul 201420:4822,065 notes

grubsludge:

funk-dabble:

littleleahlamb2k14:

grubsludge:

bury me in armor so I’ll be ready for the skeleton war

image

ready

why is his fricking chest uncovered? that’s ppor planning right there

what are you gonna do?

stab a skeleton in the heart?

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~   Iyanla Vanzant (via unconditionedconsciousness)

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prostheticknowledge:

Mighty Tactical Shooter

Side-scrolling old style shoot-em-up game with unique turn-based control mechanic - video embedded below:

An ultra-modern tactical UI, an 80’s arcade shooter theme, a sprinkle of physics and gravity bending, some classic shooter inspiration, a dark plot, some mild RPG-like progression, and you’ve got a tactical 2D shooter like no other. It’s about tactics, not reflex. Your move.


A demo is available to play here

More about the game can be found at Kickstarter here

~   Junot Díaz (via likeafieldmouse)

prostheticknowledge:

The Pixel Painter

Meet Hal Lasko, 97 year old retired graphic designer, who spends his days making art on MS Paint. Pixelites … prepare to have your heart’s melt … video embedded below:

Hal Lasko, better known as Grandpa, worked as a graphic artist back when everything was done by hand. His family introduced him to the computer and Microsoft Paint long after he retired.

Now, Grandpa spends ten hours a day moving pixels around his computer paintings. His work is a blend of pointillism and 8-Bit art.

Hal also has a website where you can see more of his works, which you can find here

Reblogging this today as today would have been his 99th birthday (he sadly died in July the 6th this year). He even had a Tumblr blog, hallasko.

RIP Hal Lasko

My favorite films | The Animatrix (2003 Shinichirô Watanabe, et al.)
In the beginning, there was man. And for a time, it was good. But humanity’s so-called civil societies soon fell victim to vanity and corruption. Then man made the machine in his own likeness. Thus did man become the architect of his own demise.

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