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You probably didn’t see the best commercial of the Super Bowl, because it was only shown in GA.
[source: Deadspin — Georgia Lawyer’s Super Bowl Ad is Batshit Amazing]
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It always seems to be at work that I get inspired to draw, when I don’t have time. In my free time it’s always books/TV/movies/videogames, but I can’t seem to get inspired to draw.
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This is a real thing that exists that I saw at Target. What the crap??
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This is an absolutely 100% real thing I saw at Barnes & Noble tonight. I swear, Gainax is just fucking with us now.
DummyPlug real voice
Oh WTF, Evangelion? This is actually creepier than the backwards child voice praying in that one Silent Hill song.
Aside: I’ve always been amused that part of the Dummy System is a huge laserdisc, and that it displays “SIDE B” when it activates (which sort of implies that the normal Eva control/piloting system is “SIDE A”?).
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It’s still weird to me that the word “comprise” can mean both “to be made up of” components and "to be components of" a thing.
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I found a Discovery Kids branded not-LEGO Panzer IV at Walgreens. Not as detailed/accurate as the ones Mechanized Brick makes, but it was seven dollars. I’m not gonna pass up a LEGO-compatible Panzer IV for only seven dollars.
Weirdly, the box says there are four sets in this series: A police checkpoint, a concrete truck, a fire engine, and a Panzer. It’s like they came up with three ideas for “city” themed sets, and then they were stumped for a fourth set… so why not a German tank from World War 2? Why not, indeed.
NOW YOU’RE PLAYING WITH POWER
WTF is this even from? My guess would be either a TV commercial or a pachinko machine.
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WHAT THE HELL FORTUNE COOKIE
THAT IS NOT EVEN A FORTUNE
I HATE YOU
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Super Combination Robot made by Disney x Bandai
This Armored Searobin (Peristedion sp.) is one of the more interesting fishes seen at the shallower depths (usually above 320 m) in deep water canyons of the midatlantic ridge.
Image courtesy of Deepwater Canyons 2012 Expedition, NOAA-OER/BOEM.
(via: NOAA Explorer)
WHAT EVEN ARE YOU?
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