Alright all you Bastion and Transistor fans

revolutionaryredux:

This Tuesday from 7-9EST, I’ll be having Darren Korb and Ashley Barret on my radio show, The Warp Zone.

Tune in on WVUM 90.5 and WVUM.org!

Be sure to like the page on Facebook for more updates!
https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Warp-Zone/254146321283931

futurescope:

Cybathlon 2016 Trailer

Full registration for the Cybathlon, a sporting event for disabled athletes using robotic assistive technologies is now open. The event will take place in Zurich, Switzerland on 8th October 2016.

[Cybathlon 2016]

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spassundspiele:

Shogun – character concept by Joon Ahn

spassundspiele:

Shogun – character concept by Joon Ahn

guardian:

US colleges are paying their presidents like CEOs and treating students like customers, using their tuition to foot the bill.

It’s a broken system.

gifs via Jeremy Johnstone/Ivory Tower

(Source: theguardian.com, via postracialcomments)

gutsanduppercuts:

The Raid 2 - Kitchen fight scene

gizmofurious:

DΞSΓIИУ БΞCФMΞ LΞGΞИD

gizmofurious:

DΞSΓIИУ БΞCФMΞ LΞGΞИD

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Each main Legend of Korra villain represents a different political ideology.

Even the more minor villains like Varrick (who is not always necessarily a villain) and the Earth Queen represent ideologies as well:  Capitalism and Monarchy, respectively.

(Source: skrillexbeifong, via ai-em-maes)

Alright all you Bastion and Transistor fans

revolutionaryredux:

This Tuesday from 7-9EST, I’ll be having Darren Korb and Ashley Barret on my radio show, The Warp Zone.

Tune in on WVUM 90.5 and WVUM.org!

Be sure to like the page on Facebook for more updates!
https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Warp-Zone/254146321283931


For everyone who missed it, spread the word!

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marauders4evr:

It’s just a flesh wound.

The single greatest scene in cinematic history.

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phrrmp:

Korra 2 by raf107
brycity:

Soloist SS15

brycity:

Soloist SS15

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themindislimitless:

Listen white people, stop taking the caption to this photo off the post, okay? here it is again:

"An Odd Couple" By Roger Stonehouse, [source]
The image is often captioned with something akin to “cultural clash between modern and traditional lifestyles” and the ability of two different people who live different lifestyles to live together peacefully, and while it can and often is true, it’s a somewhat stereotypical misreading of the issues and lifestyles in Burma. Punk rebels have been a major underground resistance force in the country, as have graffiti artists, both perhaps perfect examples of ‘modern’ rebels, but Buddhist monks have also always been catalysts for change. See both the 2007 "Saffron Revolution", anti-government protests originally started by Buddhist monks, and the monk protests over political prisoners in the war against ethnic rebels in 2011.
Both of these boys very likely have much more in common than you’d guess. And this really is a beautiful picture.

themindislimitless:

Listen white people, stop taking the caption to this photo off the post, okay? here it is again:

"An Odd Couple" By Roger Stonehouse, [source]

The image is often captioned with something akin to “cultural clash between modern and traditional lifestyles” and the ability of two different people who live different lifestyles to live together peacefully, and while it can and often is true, it’s a somewhat stereotypical misreading of the issues and lifestyles in Burma. Punk rebels have been a major underground resistance force in the country, as have graffiti artists, both perhaps perfect examples of ‘modern’ rebels, but Buddhist monks have also always been catalysts for change. See both the 2007 "Saffron Revolution", anti-government protests originally started by Buddhist monks, and the monk protests over political prisoners in the war against ethnic rebels in 2011.

Both of these boys very likely have much more in common than you’d guess. And this really is a beautiful picture.

(via huneceaulage)