Thursday, June 30, 2011

Thursday, June 23, 2011

swing it

Monument swing.

LED swing.

Necklace swing.

Bus stop swing.

Billboard swing.

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

A 1971 Star Trek College Production

"This video was a final exam in a TV production class that I took at Ohio State back in the spring of 1971. Even as a lad of 21, I always had to have everything preserved!! I had this taped on 1" open-reel videotape, then transferred it to U-Matic and then to Beta. (I got an A-.)" - Ray Glasser

...All I can say is, check out Spock's facial hair.

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter

the demons in my heart

There's the issue of fighting my own demons without seeing anyone else get hurt.

I wish I had never met that one guy, who is still lingering as the Demon King, and who royally fucked me up. He is the biggest demon of them all, and I still have to carry the burden of his actions every day.


Today I feel...pretty much like this.

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

and another

In lack of a Doctor Who "I ♥ New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New New York"-tee...

"It might just be us, but when we hear "New New York," we think immediately of Futurama. But somehow the idea of a "new" New York seems familiar. Turns out New New York has a long and storied dystopian history, which is right up T-shirt Girl's alley. Most recently, Margaret Atwood's post-apocalyptic Oryx and Crake had a New New York. In the 80s, New New York was the name of the largest orbital habitat around Earth in Joe Haldeman's Worlds trilogy. Jump back to the 1960s, and you'll find it in a novel we're betting most all of you have read, Philip K. Dick's Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? There it's a settlement on Mars, mentioned in passing on a government-sponsored television program and later by Pris as an explanation of how she knows Roy Baty. And then back to the beginning with Ray Bradbury's The Martian Chronicles. This first reference to the city might have the best quote, which we're going to set apart using the blockquote tag, just so nobody misses it:

He burned what was left of New New York that morning at three."


Monday, June 20, 2011

the beauty of brilliance; abandoned buildings

Feast your eyes on abandoned substations and power plants (click for larger images).


Thursday, June 16, 2011

origasmic pt 3


dress me


Purdy! Glowy!


in one word...

This annoys the hell out of me.

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

love and loathing - restaurants

Where I'd love to eat...

"Treehouse Restaurant in New Zealand
This unusual restaurant in Auckland, New Zealand was designed by Peter Eising and Lucy Gauntlett from Pacific Environments Architects."

"Ninja Restaurant in New York
The only restaurant in the world where Ninjas serve you."

"Underwater Restaurant in Maldives
Beautiful underwater restaurant secured 5 metres below sea level at the Hilton Maldives Resort & Spa in Rangalifinolhu, Maldives."

"The restaurant has a capacity of 14 people and is encased in transparent acrylic roof offering 270° panoramic view to its customers."

"Greenhouse Restaurant in Amsterdam
De Kas restaurant in Amsterdam, Netherlands is located in a greenhouse, where they grow their own vegetables."

...and where I'd loathe to eat.

"Hospital Restaurant in Latvia. The restaurant looks like a medicine cabinet and the food is served in flasks and operating-room’s dishes. In addition, the customers can be tied up in straight jackets."

"Dinner in the Sky is hosted at a table suspended at a height of 50 metres. It accommodates 22 people around the table with three staff members in the middle."

"Dans Le Noir, The Dark Restaurant in London, employs blind waiters who lead customers to and through the pitch-black dining experience."

"Toilet Restaurant in Taiwan. Creative restaurant in Taipei, Taiwan with modern decor and full-on toilet theme."


want one

"Domespace circular houses can easily rotate towards or away from the sun."

"Rotation system helps balance the temperature inside the house, reduce energy consumption, and change the scenery at any time."


Sunday, June 12, 2011


Teh Itteh Bitteh Book of Kittehs

"Many people wondered where LOLcats come from. The answer is quite easy. All you have to do is get a bunch of Kittehs and plant them in the ground. Give them enough water, cheezburgers, and sunlight, and eventually they will sprout into LOLcats. Ok, we're joking - you should never plant kitties. Shame on you for laughing. Shame. What you should do is get a copy of Teh Itteh Bitteh Book of Kittehs right now.

Teh Itteh Bitteh Book of Kittehs is full of tiny, heartwarming, adorable kittens. A compendium of cuteness, if you will: page after page of felines that will charm anyone who loves kitties (and those who just love to laugh at these frisky bundles of fur). Before the first LOLcat roamed the Earth, it was a Kitteh. And if you like Kittehs, you'll love Teh Itteh Bitteh Book of Kittehs."