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Street Artist JPS is Your New Pop Culture Hero.

DAMN!

Its like Banksy with a long box of comics.  This pop loving graffiti artist is getting bigger and bigger and with good cause.  This art is incredible.   24 more words

Comics

Life Here Is Cyclical

I have a list of quotes and scraps from various sources that I keep and save for writing prompts. There was a post on Thought Catalog a few years ago that I saved: How To Live In Washington DC, and that’s where “Life here is cyclical” comes from. 513 more words

Writing

Comic Review: The Tenth Doctor #1: Revolutions of Terror

Earlier this week, I discover a Doctor Who comic at Books-A-Million, and with David Tennant on the cover, how could this Whovian resist?

The story takes place after Series Four but presumably before the Specials and the 50th Anniversary. 538 more words

Geek

Sony has sold 10 million PlayStation 4 units

Worldwide sales of the PS4 have doubled since February 2014

At Gamescom 2014, Sony announced that the PlayStation 4 has reached an important milestone: 10 million units sold worldwide.   130 more words

Technology

Ugh: The Next Tomb Raider Is An Xbox Exclusive

 

Wow! Microsoft just announced that Rise of the Tomb Raider, announced earlier this year at E3, will be an Xbox exclusive out holiday 2015.

Rise of the Tomb Raider, 369 more words

Entertainment

Adult Little Golden Books.

Recently artist Joebot has been creating some beautiful take offs on the classic Little Golden Books series.  Adult entertainment in bright colored kid size packages. 26 more words

Geek

You are awesome

Congratulations on making it here. You’re a survivor. Not only did you survive childbirth, childhood and however many years you’ve lived since (an achievement that sadly most humans in history didn’t manage), but so did your parents, your grand-parents, and all your ancestors back to some single-celled organism swimming through ancient seas. 154 more words

Science

stvrsnbrgr reblogged this on The End and commented:

Sharing this post from blogger Steve Morris, an English chap. We don't always see eye-to-eye politically, but I enjoy his blend of philosophy and science. Consider the implications of this post: every single person on this planet right now is the most successful offspring of the most successful lineages of the human species. Wow. If that includes the Republicans in America, imagine the ones who didn't make the cut! I suppose you might also find it quite uplifting, as I did.